newCOLLAPSER #1There’s a voice in the head of Liam James questioning everything he does—from his job at the nursing home to keeping his relationship with his girlfriend afloat. Liam suffers from anxiety, and the only thing that quiets it is music, which makes a weekly DJ gig his one saving grace. But Liam’s life changes forever when he receives a black hole in the mail (yes, you read that right), one that takes up residence in his chest, grants him insane superpowers, turns him into a celebrity and draws him into a cosmic conflict beyond his wildest imagination. Where did this black hole come from? Why Liam? Is power the cure? Or will superstardom turn Liam into a black hole himself? Find out in COLLAPSER, a superhero story that could only come from DC’s Young Animal!
newCOLLAPSER #3That feeling when a dead man tells you that your parents were superheroes from another planet...
newCOLLAPSER #6The final issue is here! With his supervillain father in possession of Liam’s black hole and reshaping the world into a fascist dystopia, the hero formerly known as Collapser must form a surprising alliance to save the world from his family’s terrible legacy-that is, if he doesn’t completely shut down in an implosion of panic first. Has Liam found the cure?
ART OPS #12
Danny Doll, you’ve got a lot to answer for!
newCOLLAPSER #2Following the occupation of his chest by a sentient black hole, Liam James’ anxiety disorder is further exacerbated when he accidentally destroys Stonehenge, among other irreplaceable wonders of the world.
newCOLLAPSER #5Liam wakes up in a world where he’s not plagued by cosmic anxiety and visions of the dead, but rather one where he’s a beloved husband, a doting father-to-be, and a celebrated costumed superhero! Everything is fine! (No, everything is not fine.)
ART OPS VOL. 2: POPISM
These stories from issues #6-12 take the Art Ops team to a fashion show in 1980s New York City that’s more than your average catwalk—and they’ll go halfway around the world to...
ART OPS #11
In this stand-alone issue, Reggie and the Art Ops crew face off against a painted atrocity from a centuries past by an artist so skilled, he captured not only death’s likeness but it