In June Superman’s life is getting a huge shake-up with his identity exposed, a new costume and him coming to terms with a new power which all leaves him essentially human for short periods of time. These changes will be explored in the upcoming “Truth” storylines, which will encompass Superman, Action Comics, Batman/Superman and Superman/Wonder Woman. To make this Superman event easier to digest I have created the Superman: Truth Reading Guide, which lists all the titles involved, lead-in titles, dates, creative teams and more.
In a third week in a row, DC Comics have released original sneak peek stories aimed at being new reader friendly. This week features stories for Batman Beyond, Batman/Superman, Catwoman, Gotham Academy, Grayson, Martian Manhunter, New Suicide Squad, Robin: Son of Batman, Secret Six and Teen Titans.
In a second week in a row, DC Comics have released original sneak peek stories aimed at being new reader friendly. This week features stories for Action Comics, Batmite, Aquaman, Bizarro, Deathstroke, Dr Fate, Gotham by Midnight, Green Lantern: Lost Army, Justice League 3001 and Lobo.
Every month I like to showcase the best graphic novel releases of the month, focusing on stories that those new to comics can dive into. For February I have highlighted 10 releases which are all a bit different from each other. Many different genres are represented including science fiction, noir, manga, biography, superhero, horror and fantasy.
WOLVERINE IS DEAD! Well not yet, but he will be in September. And after September come a variety of comics that deal with the aftermath of his death. In order to make sense of everything I have created the Death of Wolverine Reading Order Checklist, which includes all the dates and creative teams too.
Superman goes up against the toughest villain he has ever had to face, Doomsday, in the upcoming crossover – Superman: Doomed. Crossovers can be confusing, so I have created a Superman: Doomed reading order checklist to help guide you through. This checklist not only gives the preferred reading order, but also lists the release dates for each issue.
Batman and Superman are some of the world’s most well know comic book characters, but what would happen if they teamed up? In this new series by DC Comics you can find out. If you have ever want to read Superman or Batman this series aims to be a great jumping on point.
Part 3 of our look into DC Comics’ Villains Month. We look at more villain titles, including plenty of Flash and Green Lantern villains, along with many others, and let you know who they are and what makes them so villainous.
To celebrate the second anniversary of the New 52 DC Comics has let the villains take over for the month of September. This is part one of an extensive guide to Villains Month that will not only showcase the titles but also if you are unaware of the villain as to who they are. *UPDATED*