The headline says it all, gang. Click below for a complete rundown of the titles heading your way in January. Which ones are you looking forward to most? Discuss below.
The following DC Universe titles are scheduled to arrive in stores in January:
AZRAEL: THE KILLER OF SAINTS TP
Writers: Fabian Nicieza and David Hine
In a gorgeously drawn story by Jordi Bernet, Jonah Hex gets paid a visit by a who's who of Western heroes - the Trigger Twins, Cinnamon, Nighthawk, Bat Lash, and Scalphunter! Check out this page for a taste, then to see what happens next, hunt down JONAH HEX #57, in stores today!
WONDER WOMAN #600 – as you could probably tell – was all the buzz last week, and with good reason. The issue unveiled a new costume designed by Co-Publisher Jim Lee timed to the launch of writer J. Michael Straczynski’s run on the series. Well, the news doesn’t stop there.
The mysteries deepen! What secret is Mera hiding? Where have Hawkman and Hawkgirl disappeared to? And what annoys Hawk the most about Deadman? Find out in this issue as we march closer towards the turning point of issue #7 as Hawk and Dove join the mission to uncover the truth behind their returns and what it means to the rest of the DCU!
It’s almost here. The biggest pop culture event of the year – San Diego Comic-Con. Have you got your tickets? Mapped out your schedule? Figured out your to-buy list?
Heroes are a lot like us. They have jobs. Significant others. Bills. And pets.
But what if those animals they keep around as loyal companions also fought crime?
There’s always a ton of amazing artwork funneling through the halls here at DC, and it’s fun to stop and showcase a number of the cool variants that will be featured on the cover of upcoming books.
It’s finally here. Legendary Batman artist Neal Adams returns to Gotham with the first issue of two six-part mini-series. In the story, Batman faces a series of seemingly unrelated challenges as villains and allies old and new push him to his limits. And after Batman discovers a dark and dangerous matrix being superimposed over his life, what must he do to escape?