INFINITY WARS PRIME / SUPER SONS / JUSTICE LEAGUE / LEVIATHAN [Sunday Stash]: Son-Day Funday, Into Monday!

Happy Sunday, geeks and geekettes! If you think this heat is getting to you, let's take a look at some of the coolest titles coming out this week. Once again, we here at GodHatesGeeks have some of the net's best writers taking an early look at some of the best (or ARE they?!) upcoming titles …

SUPERMAN / DIE DIE DIE! / X-23 / AMAZING SPIDER-MAN [Fistful Of Comics]: Calm Before The Con!

Happy Tuesday, geeks and geekettes! Another summer Monday has come and gone, and we've got another rendition of Fistful of Comics here to sate us until San Diego Comic-Con rolls around later this week (and boy, you better believe we'll be there)! We've got a highly anticipated premiere that hit shelves this past week, and …

BATMAN / SUPERMAN / GREEN LANTERNS / GREEN ARROW [Rebirth Reviews]: Born Again Heroes.

Considering Bats' involvement with uncovering the mysteries that are fueling DC's new rebirth (in DCU Rebirth #1), it's only fitting that a few of the themes of the whole event are front and center in Batman's own restart issue. The issue of lost time, and time being messed with, is very appropriately dealt with as …

SUPERMAN / HOUSE OF PENANCE / INTERNATIONAL IRON MAN / LORDS OF THE JUNGLE [Reviews]: SUPERStarks.

Superman #50 is the conclusion of the recent Superman crossover "Savage Dawn" and, on a bigger scale, everything that's happened in the Superman titles immediately post-Convergence; and what a conclusion it is. It's difficult for me to talk about this single issue outside of the context of what Gene Luen Yang (Avatar: The Last Airbender), …

MOCKINGBIRD / TRANSFORMERS / DETECTIVE COMICS / A&A [Review]: More Than Meets The Eye.

Stop whatever you are doing, invent a time machine to travel to the release of Mockingbird #5 and please tell me WHERE IN THE NAME OF HOLY HELL THE PING-PONG BALLS ARE GOING!!! But in all seriousness, go out and pick up a copy of Mockingbird #1. By far, this is one of the most …

JAMES BOND / DEADPOOL / NOVA / KLAUS / HERCULES [Reviews]: The name’s…

Did anyone else completely lose their shit when, earlier this year, it was announced that Dynamite Comics had acquired the rights to the literary James Bond and were producing a number of original series, beginning with Warren Ellis's VARGR? Or was it just me? I can never tell with you guys. Yes, James Bond returns …