Johns & Frank Aim for 'Surprising and New' in Latest "Batman: Earth One" Volume
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"Steel" fans should steer clear.
"Brightest Day" is picking up the pace.
Please note: none of the cover characters are actually in this comic.
Oh yeah, this team is supposed to train people, right? And be proactive? Had you forgotten about that too?
I never thought I'd be enjoying a series starring X-23 and Gambit, but it's nice to be proven wrong.
In which the two villain-led books of the DC Universe have themselves a crossover.
What does a living retcon look like?
With one issue to go, Zeb Wells starts wrapping up his run on "New Mutants."
"Detective Comics" is dark, nasty, and dangerous, and I love it.
"Secret Avengers" is good for the big picture, but not so much for the smaller details.
"Batman: Streets of Gotham" is now officially in its end run, but so far it's more of a whimper than a bang.
"Usagi Yojimbo" brings the charm, as always.
Phil Hester takes the reins of "Wonder Woman" and the first changes are happening for the better.
"The Sixth Gun" begins its second storyline with just as much promise and punch as its first.
"Uncanny X-Force" continues a run of violence and humor, but in a way that actually works.
You can see the end coming a mile away, but "Avengers vs. the Pet Avengers" is still charming in a silly sort of way.
"Batman" builds on the past while looking ahead to the future.
Things don't so much conclude, here, as come to a screeching halt.
"Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" is still struggling to find its voice, something I wouldn't have expected from Peter J. Tomasi.