DETECTIVE COMICS #1000 [Preview]: All the Capes, All the Cowls!

As part of DC’s year-long global celebration of Batman’s 80th anniversary, DC is publishing a momentous 1,000th issue of DETECTIVE COMICS—the series that introduced the world’s most popular Super Hero and the title from which the DC brand was born. This must-have collector’s item debuts March 27, 2019 and includes all-new stories plus a wraparound …

THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS – THE GRIM KNIGHT #1 / WONDER TWINS #1 & #2 [Review]: The Jokes On You.

Ever wonder what life would've been like if Bruce Wayne shot his parents' killer? What if the Joker donned a cape and cowl? What if Jim Gordon was the only sane person in an insane world? What if I stopped asking "what if" questions and you just picked up the latest issue of The Batman …

HEROES IN CRISIS / FREEDOM FIGHTERS [DC Comics Reviews]: Kicking Ass and Taking Names.

The sixth chapter of the nine issue series, Heroes In Crisis, is out now. Written by Tom King with art by Clay Mann and Mitch Gerads, the issue follows Gnaak, The Flash (Wally West), and Harley Quinn as the each explore how they fit in with the world they currently live in. Harley struggles with …

DOOM PATROL [Series Premiere Review]: The Original Motley Crew.

Having found some moderate success with Titans, DC Universe has managed to bring its signature style to another motley crew, the Doom Patrol. Led by the wheelchair-bound Niles Caulder (Timothy Dalton), we are introduced to Robotman/Cliff Steele (Brendan Fraser), Elasti-Girl/Rita Farr (April Bowlby), Negative Man/Larry Trainor (Matt Bomer), and Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero). Being a …