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Preview Monday: BATMAN #33 and DEAD BOY DETECTIVES #7

Preview Monday: BATMAN #33 and DEAD BOY DETECTIVES #7

By Clark Bull Monday, July 21st, 2014

Welcome back for another installment of Preview Monday! This week, we’re giving you exclusive first looks at BATMAN #33 and DEAD BOY DETECTIVES #7.

First, in BATMAN #33, it’s been one hell of a year in Gotham City, and it all comes down to this: Batman vs. The Riddler! What game is The Riddler playing with his 12 riddles for Batman to solve? Is the outcome fixed? And will Jim Gordon and Lucius Fox buy enough time for Batman to play to the end? Gotham City and the Dark Knight will never be the same! Don’t miss this special, extra-sized finale of “Zero Year!” Look for BATMAN #33, written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Danny Miki, this Wednesday.

Then, in DEAD BOY DETECTIVES #7, the ashes of St. Hilarion’s School have barely settled before the tabloids start a witch hunt against “pyrobrainiac” Crystal Palace in this first chapter of the new story, “Ghost Snow.” Charles Rowland and Edwin Paine spirit their new friend away from London and accept the invitation from Charles’s long-lost sister Clementine to visit her and her science-boffin daughter, Miranda, deep in weird and wild East Anglia. DEAD BOY DETECTIVES #7, written by Toby Litt and illustrated by Mark Buckingham, and Ryan Kelly, hits shelves on Wednesday.