If you’re looking for some awesome Justice League comics to read you can’t go past this list of classic stories. In it are some of the best tales from the earliest days of the team to more recent times, and plenty in between.
A year and a half ago, DC Comics hinted that characters from the seminal Watchmen had entered into the DC Universe. We’ll finally see the fruition of these hints in Doomsday Clock. Read on to find out more about this upcoming comic, including what it will be about, it’s inspiration and, what you need to read beforehand.
To celebrate Jack Kirby’s 100th birthday I have put together a collection of Kirby art that features 100 different characters that he either created or co-created. From many of Marvel’s biggest superheroes, to war heroes, to dazzling sci-fi, to fantastical fantasy and massive monsters this list only scratches the surface of his imagination and artistic flair.
Big events, especially ones with lots of tie-ins can be confusing to new readers and veterans alike. To help make things simple I’ve put together the Dark Nights: Metal Reading Order Checklist which has all the details you need to enjoy this comic event without worry.
If you’ve wanted to read Batman, Aquaman or Green Arrow you’ll be in luck with these comics starting new stories which are good jumping-on points. Read on to find out why these comics are a great place to jump-on and what they’re all about.
If you’re looking for some solid Justice League binge reads you’ve come to the right place! This article will point you in the direction to three of the best places to start read Justice League and where to continue from there.
If you’ve played the Injustice games and want to check out the comics then the Injustice Comic Book Reading Order Guide is for you. Not only does it give the reading order for each series, but also details the different way these comics can be read.
Sometimes comic book crossovers can be confusing. Luckily, The Lazarus Contract Reading Order Checklist is here to make things clearer! Not only does it give the recommended order to read this story, but also release dates and creative teams.
As comic book crossovers can be puzzling for new readers, I have put together Batman/The Flash: The Button Reading Order Checklist. This handy reading order checklist is your guide to this crossover, with not only the reading order but creator credits, background reading, release dates and more.
Crossovers can be confusing. That’s why I have created the Superman: Reborn Reading Order Checklist, which makes reading this crossover a breeze. As well as including the reading order I have included release dates, creative teams and a list of comics which spin-out of the conclusion of this crossover.
The DC Rebirth comics continues, but it’s never too late to start reading DC Comics! This month there are heaps of awesome jumping on points including the start of new stories, new series and a batch of all-ages comics too.
Throughout 2017 DC Comics will be paying tribute to the great Jack Kirby with The Kamandi Challenge. This special miniseries, bursting with some of comics’ best creatives, will bring the long dormant Kamandi comic series back in a very interesting manner. So you can have everything in order I have created the The Kamandi Challenge Reading Guide. This simple guide gives you everything you need to know from release dates to creative teams and more.
Comic book crossover events can be intimidating or downright confusing if you’re new to comics. Luckily, I’ve put together the Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad Reading Order Checklist which takes the confusion so you can get down to reading. In it, I list not only the recommended reading order but also the tie-ins involved, creators and release dates.