Doomsday Clock #6 DC Comics Written by: Geoff Johns Art by: Gary Frank The critically acclaimed superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank continue this groundbreaking event as the Mime and the Marionette take center stage in DOOMSDAY CLOCK #6. (SPOILERS) Doomsday Clock is back this month, and this time around it
Justice League: No Justice #46 DC Comics Written by: Scott Snyder, Joshua Williamson, James T Tynion IV Art by: Francis Manapul, Marcus To The epic finale that everyone will be talking about! After the unimaginable happens, the DCU must band together to defend Earth from annihilation. Before the end, new alliances will be forged…and some heroes will
Its now been two months since we saw a new issue of Doomsday Clock and this new issue proves the wait was worth it. While having to wait so long for a new chapter in Geoff Johns’ and Gary Frank’s story required a look back at Doomsday Clock #4 for a refresher it wasn’t too hard to
The Flash #47 DC Comics Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Howard Porter “FLASH WAR” part one! Barry Allen and Wally West…at war?! The long-rising tension between mentor and former sidekick is brought to a head when the Renegades of the 25th century come to claim Iris West for the murder of Eobard Thawne…but that’s only the
After the events of Dark Nights: Metal the Justice League is left to deal with the ramifications of their actions as well as the choices they made to secure their universe from the eternal darkness of Barbatos. This brings us to the new weekly event known as Justice League: No Justice, written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV,
The Flash #46 DC Comics Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Scott Kolins “THE ROAD TO FLASH WAR!” Wally West is overwhelmed by fragments from his past! With his protégé’s psyche falling apart, Barry Allen races around the DCU calling in every favor possible to save his shattered family. Meanwhile, Hunter Zolomon’s sinister machinations tip over
“Like a silent dreadnaught, the hulking thing that was once Bruce Banner crouches in the shadows, as the pursuing troops rush by…” The Incredible Hulk, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby for Marvel comics in 1962 has become one of the most popular superheroes ever, starring in all 3 Avengers movies to date. His green skin
Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s maxiseries sequel to Watchmen, Doomsday Clock, has been pushed back in its release dates for the next two issues by one month each.
Entertainment Weekly has revealed the iconic Batman: The Killing Joke, Batman: The Court of Owls, and Harley Quinn: Mad Love will be getting novelizations releasing in the next year.
Following the commercial and critical success of his latest hit Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg is officially joining the live-action comic book adaptation bandwagon with DC’s Blackhawk. Spielberg’s production company Amblin Entertainment is re-teaming with Warner Bros. to produce and direct the film based on the character who has been a part of the DC canon