With a title like Forever Evil, you know you’re in for some devastating, far reaching results. But for Batman, it seems like those results may hit painfully close to home. From the very first issue, things haven’t looked good for Nightwing. The one hero to be held captive by the Crime Syndicate, the series began with his identity being revealed to the world, and since then Dick Grayson has remained under lock and key. But eventually, you knew the series would return to his story, and with this week’s issue #6, it has.
In the world of DC Comics, you don’t need super powers to look into your future. You just need Scott Snyder and Dustin Nguyen. In this week’s eagerly awaited BATMAN #28, we take a break from the ongoing “Zero Year,” and jump from the past deep into the future with a special standalone “spoiler” issue that looks at what lies in store for Batman in the months ahead.
Who would’ve thought starting a new year with some serious Injustice would be a good thing?
It’s a brand new year, and while we hope it’s a great one for all of you, we KNOW it’s going to be a good year for the Dark Knight. Yes, exactly 75 years ago, Batman made his debut in the pages of 1939’s DETECTIVE COMICS #27.
It’s Tuesday, and as every good first grader knows, that starts with a T. And you know what else starts with a T, don’t you?
T-E-E-N T-I-T-A-N-S! Teen Titans, LET’S GO!!!
Yes, that’s right. The hit animated series from Cartoon Network is exploding onto the comic book page this week. And judging by the cover of the premiere issue, we mean that rather literally…
Justice arrives this week in a big way. A huge way. A way that will have you seeing, um, triple. This Wednesday will see three brand new Justice League comics arrive in stores, ensuring that for fans of high-stakes, large-scale sequential storytelling, the holidays have arrived a little early this year.
It’s Thanksgiving week here in the States, and we can’t wait to carve into the turkey and cut off a slice of delicious pumpkin pie. Or two. Or maybe three. (Hey, Thanksgiving only comes once a year, okay?! Yeesh!) But before we do that, we’ll be dropping in to the local comic shop and bidding a fond farewell to Geoff Johns as he departs Atlantis in AQUAMAN #26, his final issue as series writer.
Ah, Krypton… Maybe it was a nice place to visit, but if you’re a human, you probably wouldn’t want to live there. And you definitely don’t want it returning and destroying all things we hold dear. Unfortunately, that’s more or less what’s happening this month in the Superman family of comics.