First Look: Grant Morrison's Green Lantern Comes to a Shocking Close
Hal Jordan has fifteen minutes to live in this sneak peek at Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s The Green Lantern #12.

Doomsday Clock - Official Graphic Novel Trailer

A strange set of visitors. A global conspiracy. A world on edge. And somewhere, a clock is ticking. Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's masterful follow-up to Watchmen and DC Universe: Rebirth has set a new high water mark for smart, socially aware comics, and the first six issues are now available as a hardcover graphic novel.

For more on Doomsday Clock: https://www.dccomics.com/graphic-novels/doomsday-clock-2017/doomsday-clock-part-1

Super Here For...Finally Achieving Unity

Hey Super-fans, it’s been quite a month, hasn’t it? So much has happened in Kal-El’s world that narrowing down the topic of this column seemed like a superhuman feat in and of itself.

First Look: No Lasso, No Bracelets...No Hope?
First Look: A New Brainiac Rises?
Lex Luthor makes his ubiquitous offer to a forgotten Brainiac-1 and kickstarts a new storyline in this exclusive sneak peek at Supergirl #34.

The Batman Who Laughs - Official Trailer

He has the mind of the World's Greatest Detective corrupted by the dark vision of the Joker. How can the Dark Knight defeat a villain who's his equal in skill and knows everything he's going to do? The answer is simple—by becoming him.

Scott Snyder and Jock, the acclaimed team behind the legendary Batman: The Black Mirror, present a shocking new chapter in the struggles of the Dark Knight. Available wherever graphic novels are sold.

First Look: The New Legion of Super-Heroes Begins
A troubled former vigilante pays a visit to a surprising Commander in Chief in this intriguing sneak peek at this week’s Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #1.
Batman/Superman #1 Reveals the Dark Knight's Biggest Fear

After the trauma and chaos of The Batman Who Laughs, the Year of The Villain isn't letting up with

Super Here For...the World's First Superhero Helping its Newest

I love it when comics manage to surprise me. Especially when said comic has been running for over eighty years. Yet, that’s exactly what Action Comics managed to do this month…and in the most delightful way possible.

First Look: Diana Dreams of Darkness
Wonder Woman is given a frightening warning by way of a dream in this ominous new preview of Wednesday’s Justice League Dark #14.

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