Leviathan may be rising, but this (anything but) special crashes and burns exiting the gate before it can get onto the runway.
Just in time for Halloween, Comics Cavalcade rises from the dead with an 80 Page Giant of spooky superhero stories!
The World’s Finest heroes are back and they are out to save the universe! That’s all you need to know going into this book, despite its origins in other series.
She’s the most deadly assassin you’ve never heard of, using the skills she’s hoped to forget to save the life she’ll kill to keep.
Despite some minor flaws, Batman: The Merciless is an enjoyable action-adventure book when taken on its own merits.
Sam Humphries’ script and Ethan Van Sciver’s art unite to form an amazing comic focused on a truly detestable villain.
Despite what the cover suggests, this Dark Knights Metal tie-in does not feature the Justice League fighting a giant Bat-tank. It’s far more awesome than that.
Created by the same team behind the The Flash comic, Batman: The Red Death proves a thrilling Elseworlds adventure and a must-read for Dark Knights: Metal fans.