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“One of the greatest Batman epics I've ever read” - IGN
Everyone’s been talking about Batman recently. Tomorrow marks the release of the final issue of DETECTIVE COMICS prior to the launch of DC Comics-The New 52. The current run by Scott Snyder, Jock, and Francesco Francavilla has been one of the most critically acclaimed runs the title has ever had.
Justice League of America: Detroit Edition
When the Justice League of America decided to make their new headquarters in the battered city of Detroit, they had hoped to help rebuild a sense of community. Unfortunately, their arrival only attracted darkness and evil.
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John Stewart’s Identity Unmasked
Green Lantern John Stewart has faced super-powered enemies and cosmic annihilation, but he has never before had to face betrayal from someone he loves. After he reveals his secret identity to his girlfriend, Tawny, he wakes up to find his named plastered all over the news. He must quickly decide if he wants to admit the truth about who he is and if the woman he loves is still worth trusting.
In DC RETROACTIVE: SUPERMAN – THE '80s, Destiny shows Superman a bleak future overrun by chaos, where even the greatest heroes have abandoned all hope and courage. And to make matters even worse, he is tested to his breaking point as he is shown a future where his closest living relative, Kara, is no longer alive.
“It's a run I couldn't be prouder of.” – Scott Snyder
In the gripping final issue of Scott Snyder, Jock, and Francesco Francavilla’s critically acclaimed run on DETECTIVE COMICS, all bets are off. We caught up with series writer Scott Snyder to discuss the epic finale and what the experience of working on this book has been like for him.
Batman and Robin Turn Abstract
In an issue full of illusions, twists, and misdirection, Batman and Robin must cling to reality in order to survive. After four murderous psychopaths are released from Le Jardin Noir, the French equivalent to Arkham Asylum, the ensuing chaos is as much of a visual trip as it is a mental one.