Tuesday Roundup: April 2nd

Batman’s looking pretty darn sprightly for 900. Of course, we’re not talking years, but issues. If you didn’t already know, this week’s DETECTIVE COMICS #19 is actually the 900th issue of the series, and we’re celebrating with an 80-page issue filled with insightful stories written by series writer John Layman (along with a Bane-centered one scripted by Talon writer James Tynion IV) and set in all corners of Gotham. Of course, it wouldn’t be much of a comic book extravaganza without some…er, extravganzing artists.

Exclusive Preview of DETECTIVE COMICS #19

Ever since its debut in 1937, DETECTIVE COMICS has been a staple of the DC Universe. Responsible for introducing the world to iconic characters such as Batman, Robin and Batgirl, it’s no wonder that DC Comics is pulling out all the stops by making this month’s issue of the series a special 80-page spectacular to celebrate a very important milestone for the series.

MAD Celebrates Alfred E. Neuman’s Birthday with DC Comics Variant Covers

For some, April 1st means a day of practical jokes and pranks.

But here at the DC Entertainment offices, this date signifies the birthday of beloved MAD icon Alfred E. Neuman. This year, Alfred turns 12 (again!), and what better way to celebrate than by giving him a shot at being a superhero?

Throughout the course of the month, various DC Comics titles will have MAD themed variant covers, injecting the magazine’s unique blend of humor and satire into The New 52. Below, take a look at where you can check out all of these covers:

Meet David Finch, Jeff Lemire and Jason Fabok in Windsor, Ontario, February 20th

To kick off their 15th Birthday, CARTOON KINGDOM is hosting local DC Entertainment talent on Wednesday, February 20th!
 
Get your copy of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA signed by artist David Finch!

 


 

GREEN ARROW signed by writer Jeff Lemire (ANIMAL MAN, JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, SWEET TOOTH)! 

 

BATMAN Group Solicits

BATMAN, INCORPORATED #11

Written by GRANT MORRISON

Art and cover by CHRIS BURNHAM

Variant cover by GUILLEM MARCH

1:100 B&W Variant cover by CHRIS BURNHAM

On sale MAY 22 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

Combo pack edition: $3.99 US

Batman’s world has been devastated by his war against Talia, but is he willing to give up on his own humanity?

This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.

 

BATMAN AND ROBIN #20

BATMAN Group Solicits

BATMAN, INCORPORATED #10

Written by GRANT MORRISON

Art and fold-out cover by CHRIS BURNHAM

Variant cover by JASON MASTERS

1:100 B&W Variant cover by CHRIS BURNHAM

On sale APRIL 24 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

Combo pack edition: $3.99 US

• When only one can survive, which will it be: the man or the bat?

This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.

 

BATMAN AND ROBIN #19

Written by PETER J. TOMASI

Tuesday Roundup: January 8th

We’d never want to discourage people from visiting any of our fair cities, but if you were planning on paying a visit to Gotham this week, you may want to think about rescheduling. After all, the Joker’s been running rampant across town for the past few months in “Death of the Family,” and this week the Penguin gets involved in DETECTIVE COMICS #16. And things are looking even worse in the pages of SWAMP THING #16, where the Rot has completely overrun Gotham and really brought out the “dark” in the Dark Knight.

 

BATMAN Group Solicits

BATMAN, INCORPORATED #9

Written by GRANT MORRISON

Art and cover by CHRIS BURNHAM

Variant cover by CHRIS BURNHAM

1:100 B&W Variant cover by CHRIS BURNHAM

On sale MARCH 27 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

Combo pack edition: $3.99 US

• The fallout from last month’s shocking turn of events has Batman on the run!

• Is The Dark Knight a murderer?

This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.

 

BATMAN AND ROBIN #18

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