New "Flash" Clip Introduces Multiverse Theory, Multiple Easter Eggs
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Wolverine celebrates his three-hundredth anniversary as only Wolverine can: by getting stabby.
The new Ray fights some more freaky monsters and then has to meet his girlfriend’s parents.
O.M.A.C. and Frankenstein get together to discuss the way to best hem the cuffs of their pants. Or maybe they’re just gonna punch each other. A lot.
Red She-Hulk decides to surprise her pop with a visit out of the blue. Naturally, with two red Hulks in this issue, there’s a lot more red than blue here.
It’s the final showdown between the JLI and Peraxxus, giving the JLI a chance to shine. Unfortunately, the book doesn't.
Gangsters, demons and gorgeous dames -- this is what comics needs more of.
Warriors of Wundagore, Defenders and the Hulk’s Hulk. Something is going to get broken.
Only one thing smells like bacon, and that's bacon! Undead pig monsters smell like something else entirely and are harder to vanquish.
Four issues in and the Blackhawks are ready to soar. Of course, they have to get out of the nest first.
The new Hawkman book continues forward, but I’m not sure where “forward” is really taking us.
What would be the best thing for the fourth issue of Firestorm? How about four Firestorms? It’s possible. . .
Rafael Albuquerque returns to handle the art, as Scott Snyder's story jumps to tales of vampiric greasers. It's a great jumping-on point for a great title.
Batgirl stops by to help the Birds against a foe they’re having a hard time finding.
The Haly’s Circus train makes a stop in Miami. After all it is winter in Gotham. Problem is trouble comes down from Gotham. To Miami.
All heck breaks loose when Krakoa attacks the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
The League is almost fully assembled in this issue, and just in time as a boom tube opens up to reveal. . .
Southtown has been taken and the human residents captured. That doesn’t mean the human spirit is broken, though, as the war between man and ape shifts.
Explosions, owls, dusty old attics and Batman. That combination sure makes for a good comic.
Jim Henson’s properties have made quite an impact on the publishing schedule for Archaia. That trend continues in fine fashion right here.
Dawnstar is the focal character for this issue of “Legion Lost,” but the others get plenty of panel time.