The DC Comics Rebirth is in full swing, and some titles have benefitted greatly from DC’s relaunch. These titles that are not only extremely fun reads, but major improvements over their predecessors.
While many thought assumed I, Vampire by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Andrea Sorrentino was a cheesy story taking advantage of the vampire craze at the time turned out to be so much more. Guest writer James Ristig explores 5 reasons why you should read I, Vampire.
Batgirl #35 sees the start of a new creative team featuring a fun new tone, art and costume redesign. Take a peek at the covers and six pages of this great new jumping on point inside.
Superman #32 introduces a new era of Superman with the introduction of superstar creative team Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. Under the guidance of this team, expect to see a good mixture of “old school” and new elements, including new characters and mysteries. Take a look at the preview inside.
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.
Take a look at the preview for Detective Comics #30, which starts the run of new creative team Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato. If you are looking for a Batman series that looks great and is a good jumping on point, then this issue is for you.
Take a secret glimpse 6 months into the future with Batman #28, giving readers the first taste of the upcoming Batman Eternal. Take a not so secret glimpse at the covers and a four page preview, that will have your speculative juices flowing.
Comic Questions Answered where all your comic questions are answered! In this edition we talk about Batman, The Flash and keep up with series.
Kicking off in Detective Comics #27 is the Gothtopia arc, which will feature a very different Gotham City than we are used to. We explain what Gothtopia is and what titles tie-in to the story.
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.