Writer Paul Dini and artist Chad Hardin present a tale of family in the fifth issue of the series. Zatanna and her cousin Zachary might have their differences – and get on each other’s nerves with regularity – but if they don't stick together, they'll be down for the count against some of Hell’s Finest. And they’re betting the house on Zatanna’s soul.
The headline very capably sums up what we’ve got here, so I won’t slow your scrolling time too much – suffice to say, this is a lovely piece of art by one of the most exciting artists out there now. Can Finch draw Batman or what?
"Kingdom Coming" concludes as Magog, the Justice Society of America and the JSA All-Stars are forced back together when all signs point to the events of KINGDOM COME coming to pass. But Magog refuses to rejoin either team and finds himself fighting for his life against his former teammates.
The extra-sized JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA SPECIAL, written and drawn by Kolins, hits 9/15.
This is it, folks – the secret of the new Catwoman is revealed, along with the identity of the mystery killer. Gotham City remains under siege as Terry McGinnis and Bruce Wayne find themselves at odds. Not great timing, especially with Batman finding himself at odds with a vengeance-crazed villain. All thanks to writer Adam Beechen and artist Ryan Benjamin.
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BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD THE VIDEO GAME launched just a few days ago, bringing an episodic, family friendly adventure based on the hit animated series to Wii and Nintendo DS.
Writer Len Wein continues to pair with an A-list assortment of artists as he chronicles the history of the DC Universe in the pages of LEGACIES. This month, Wein teams up with not only George Perez, but Walt Simonson. Not too shabby, huh?
On tap today, we’ve got Gene Ha’s variant to GREEN LANTERN #58, two covers for WONDER WOMAN #603, one by the regular art team of Don Kramer and Michael Babinski and a DC 75th anniversary cover by J.H. Williams III and Philip Tan’s variant to GREEN ARROW #4. Click below for a closer look.
We’ve teased this creative team a few times here already, but now’s your chance to get a handful of artist Nic Klein’s final pages, penned by the writing team of Azzarello and Brandon.
The new Anarky has his own version of Red Robin's Hit List! Ulysses Armstrong has made a record of Gotham City teens who could be Red Robin – and he's murdering them one by one. With an incapacitated Tim Drake crossed off his list, can Red Robin stop Anarky before the villain attacks his next target?