Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010), another animated adaption from the Jeph Loeb comic that heralds the introduction of the modern version of Supergirl, and pretty much all out war with Apokolips over her with Big Barda and Wonder Woman helping.
Jeph Loeb is gone, but the Red Hulk remains. What next for Thunderbolt Ross under the esteemed pen of Jeff Parker?
Thor #615 heralds the beginning of the Matt Fraction era of the long-running title. With the movie looming in the not-so-distant future, how does the title look?
The Phenomenal Sire had the pick for new comics shipping September 15th and he selected Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier #3 by Ed Brubaker and Dale Eaglesham.
GLX reviews The Unwritten #17.
What happens when you make the narrator of a comic completely crazy? You get a crazy ass book!
Eric Hobbs and Noel Tuazon create a genuine humdinger of a thriller in NBM's The Broadcast.
The Spirit Of Vengeance takes on the Hand in this one-shot special, and it may be the redemption of Shadowland.
The boys try out different paths in life in looking for a future career. Oh and Phantom Limb returns. This time saner than before. Okay not fully with his right hand man still being a coffee cup of WISDOM.
From the mind of Dexter's Laboratory, Samurai Jack and the original Star Wars Clone Wars, Genndy Tartakovsky, comes Sym-Bionic Titan.
Jude Terror had the pick for new comics shipping September 9th and under the influence of Victorian Squid mind bullets he selected Billy the Kid's Old Timey Oddities and the Ghastly Fiend of London #1 by Eric Powell and Kyle Hotz.
Continuing the comic celebration leading to the movie, this one shot lets us know a little too much about the character played by Morgan Freeman.
Justice Society of America Special #1 isn't a JSA book at all. It's a book about a character who really should have never left the cautionary story he was spawned in.
Season Three begins with a pair of sequel episodes to one of Season One's (and one of the series thus far) best episodes, Rookies.
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