“Crisis On A Half Shell” continues the limited series of Batman TMNT III with issue #3, incorporating elements from classic TMNT with a mashup of origins for The Dark Knight.
Arthur Curry is learning more about his past self and is memory is coming back about who he is and what his relationship with Mera means courtesy of mysterious ocean creature Mother Shark in Aquaman #49.
Today marks the final issue of the Rebirth Green Arrow at issue #50. The run has been a spectacular follow up to the New 52 volume and we are hoping to see more from this latest creative team of writers Lanzing and Kelly on writing duties.
Tough to write this review, as I really, really loved what was going on in this comic, but I was wondering, “Where is my Aquaman?”
We’re merely three issues in to DeConnick’s run, but I want Arthur to know he is the King of Atlantis already! He’s still got amnesia or face blindness or some such ailment that is making him forget he’s part of the Justice League?
Frank Tieri’s wild ride into a Mad Max future and more than a hat tip to a comic property across the street with Old Lady Harley continues with issue #2 (of 5). The cover from longtime Harley artist Amanda Connor reveals what lies within “Anarchy in Arkham”.
This week marks the first return of Gaiman to Sandman since 2013’s Sandman Overture prequel released 17 years after The Sandman #75 and some notable spinoffs. The anthology first issue for The Sandman Universe arrived this week to solve the mystery of the missing Dream of the Endless.
Julie and Shawna Benson take over on Green Arrow after a long run on Batgirl and the Birds of Prey – Rebirth.
It's not often that I pick up an issue of Batgirl (of Burnside), but when I saw one of my favorite villains, Two-Face, on the cover flipping a Batgirl coin I was intrigued!
Upcoming Batgirl writer Mairghread Scott writer pops over to Star City to take the Emerald Archer for a two-issue stint. Green Arrow #41 kicks off “Better Than: Part One”, drawn by Matt Clark, a name I’m not familiar with but one I will surely keep an eye out for!
Hopefully you’ll be able to hunt down a copy of the Mike Grell variant cover for the old school comic book fans!
Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason say goodbye to The Man of Steel in Superman Special #1 this week. The oversized special also features a backup by Mark Russell and Bryan Hitch and another by Ian Flynn and Caare Andrews.
Paul Dini returns to his creation, Harley Quinn, in a two issue mini-series, Harley Loves Joker. Issue #2 is on shelves this week but it makes sense to review the story as a whole, it is likely your store will still have issue #1 or download both on the DC Comics app.