Scooby Apocalypse: Redemption for Scrappy

DC’s line of Hanna-Barbera comic books is completely wild. These stories mark some of the most surprising and innovative comics that have come out over the last couple years. SCOOBY APOCALYPSE, written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis and drawn by a variety of artists, was part of the first wave of Hanna-Barbera comics and has exploded out into an ongoing series that, if you ask me, not enough people are talking about.

Jason's Picks: Detective Comics and Mystery Machines

We’re back with another Jason’s Picks column! Enough of you out there in comic book internet land liked my musings and choices, so Amanda Waller had to allow me to write another one!

Let me activate my brain, which has been cultivated from many episodes of hosting DC All Access, to provide you with the answers of what DC graphic novels you should pick up at your local comic book shop this month!
 

This Just Happened: Locus Attacks

SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 #2 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).

Before the newly formed Justice League can figure out what happened to their memories, the Cadmus Corporation controlling their mission sends them into the darkness of Commonwealth space. And it’s not just their memories that seem half-formed. Their powers aren’t exactly what they remember them to be, either. A Superman that can’t fly? A Green Lantern without a ring?

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