Do you think they have apples on Korugar? Maybe not, but when it comes to its most famous resident and his daughter, the only thing we can say is that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree!
Today, during DC’s Young Animal panel, imprint curator Gerard Way made comic dreams come true by announcing that the weird and eccentric characters of Young Animal will encounter the iconic Super Heroes of the DC Universe. In January 2018, the four ongoing series – DOOM PATROL, SHADE, THE CHANGING GIRL, CAVE CARSON HAS A CYBERNETIC EYE, MOTHER PANIC – will participate in a special four-part annual crossover.
These annuals will mark the conclusion of the first phase of the imprint and will send each series in surprising new directions!
The team behind 2017’s hottest event, DARK NIGHTS: METAL, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, were joined by DARK MATTER contributors Jim Lee, Phillip Tan, James Tynion IV and Robert Venditti in this revealing hour of comics!
Fan-Favorite Artists, Dazzling Photo Covers and Metallic Foil Treatment Will Have Fans Lining Up Early for These Prized, Hot-Ticket Items
In his “USS Stevens” stories for DC, Sam Glanzman’s time as a U.S. Navy sailor and WWII veteran put the kind of touch on war and combat that you can only get by actually being there. His stories were an important part of DC military titles, including Sgt. Rock, Our Army At War, Star-Spangled War Stories, G.I. Combat and Weird War Tales, and later Joe Kubert Presents. Glanzman showed all different sides of war and the authenticity of these tales made them that much more fascinating to read.
In this week’s issue of DETECTIVE COMICS, after a run in with Zatanna, Bruce is forced to remember an important piece of Zatanna’s past—but like with everything else, this knowledge comes with a price.
Can Bruce convince Zatanna he can handle the truth? Will their relationship be strained forever? Check out how Bruce takes the news in this week’s issue of DETECTIVE COMICS #960 from writer James Tynion with art by Alvaro Martinez , Raul Fernandez, Brad Anderson (colors), and Sal Cipriano (letters).
When you think about it, superheroes are awfully scary.
Slade Wilson is not a good man.
The world’s most effective assassin, he’s responsible for the deaths of hundreds, if not thousands of people. So what on earth is he doing assembling a new team of heroes?
Slade’s recent experience attempting to save his son Grant has left him a changed man, determined to leave his murderous ways behind. But is he for real? Can he be trusted?
When life stops making sense, you can always count on music. Perhaps it’s inevitable, then, that the chaos of Gerard Way and Nick Derington’s DOOM PATROL would yield—or maybe even require—an official playlist.