The twisted history of Owlman and the uncertain fate of Nightwing begin to converge, and it makes little sense.
Keith Giffen & J.M. DeMatteis team up for a dysfunctional far-future version of the Justice League.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo continue making their indelible mark on Batman with “Zero Year.”
This book just keeps getting weirder, and that’s just one more reason to love it.
What seemed to be a funny story about a cowboy ape turned into a treatise on the importance of fiction.
Jack Kirby is oft-imitated and never duplicated, but Scott Koblish does a bang-up job imitating him in this flashback issue.
It’s a jolly Xmas issue that gives Earth’s Mightiest Heroes a breather from their dark space opera.
Nick Spencer and “Zero” writer Ales Kot return with Butch Guice to follow up on a cliffhanger from months ago.
The Stark Brothers attempt to transform the abandoned Mandarin City into a gleaming new metropolis, but things aren’t quite right there.
Barry Allen comes to town as the Arrow goes up against a super powered adversary.
Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting continue their stellar love letter to 1960s espionage stories.
Big things are afoot with the Venom symbiote – will it leave Flash Thompson for good?
This book reads like stereo instructions for installing audio equipment into God’s basement.
The next phase in the Marvel universe begins with the radical redefinition of what it means to be an Inhuman.
“I have a feeling there’s going to be a double dip special edition of The Wolverine.”
Once, there were only yellow boxes. Then white boxes were added. Then they left. Why’d they leave?
The Governor tries to take the prison by force, as Rick’s group attempts to withstand the onslaught.
It seems that the way to quell the Hulk’s rage all these years has been in the hands of the folks at Wrigley.
Did Rick Remender really just kill off two major Marvel heroes? It sure as hell looks like it.
Coulson’s team attempts to bring in a seemingly telekinetic woman as something haunts the Bus.