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DETECTIVE COMICS: FUTURES END #1 Review

Will Batman manage to work alongside the Riddler to stop Calendar Man? Read on to find out. Batman takes his war on crime to the next level, but he needs the help of his greatest ally – The Riddler?! The New 52: Futures End spills into the surrounding DC Universe, as they utilise this years […]

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Detective Comics #34 Review

Will Icarus end on a high? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: Batman is faced with an unsolvable mystery: a dead friend, an unknown assailant and a drug called “Icarus.” Has the World’s Greatest Detective finally been outmatched? Icarus reaches it’s gripping conclusion as Batman has to deal with the […]

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Detective Comics Annual #3 Review

Can this Icarus tie-in live up to the fabulous main story? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: A tie-in to “Icarus”! Follow the movements of a deadly stash of Icarus through Gotham City, as it impacts the lives of those it comes into contact with: Elena and Annette Aguila, Harvey […]

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VENDITTI ON HAL JORDAN, WALLY WEST & VALIANT EVENT: “ARMOR HUNTERS”!

Robert Venditti is the main writer for X-O Manowar from Valiant which is about a headstrong warrior leader of a long dead civilization who wears the most powerful weapon in the known universe. With X-O’s superhero sci-fi knowledge on his resume and with stints on DC’s Green Lantern Corps. Venditti was asked to replace a […]

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Red 2’s First Trailer Released

The first trailer for Red 2 has been posted online. Fans of the first film won’t want to miss this. This film will take place mostly in Europe. The first film, Red, was released October 15, 2010. It was based on the WildStorm comic of the same name, which was written by Warren Ellis (Excalibur, […]

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DC COMICS Solicitations for NOVEMBER 2012

DC Comics Solicitations – Previous Two Months • October 2012 • September 2012 OCTOBER 2012 BEFORE WATCHMEN TITLES Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #4 Written By: J. Michael Straczynski and John Higgins Art By: Andy Kubert, Joe Kubert and John Higgins Cover By: Andy Kubert and Joe Kubert Variant Cover By: Ethan Van Sciver Description: “Let it burn…” And […]

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Near Death #7 Review

There are three types of comics. There’s the epic fantasy/science fiction with cosmic level beings, (Justice League) the more down-to-earth and gritty, (Detective Comics) and the completely realistic ones with no capes or anything like that. (This series.) Usually I don’t read comics in the latter category. (After all, usually a comic’s purpose is to […]

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