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After nearly five years away from comics with only a scant cameo to show for it, the Legion of Superheroes, the best superteam in the entire DC Comics stable, is finally returning. In September, a two issue introductory series that will serve as a guide through all of DC’s various future timelines begins. Legion of
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The Batman Who Laughs may be the culmination of ten years of Scott Snyder’s Batman work, but the hot-selling, utterly terrifying comic that has a Jokerized, parallel dimension Batman going toe to toe with the prime Bruce Wayne is also the launching point for a new Batman/Superman team up book, and DC shared a preview
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This article contains extraordinarily mild Jessica Jones Season 3 spoilers. We have a spoiler free review here if you prefer.  Erik Gelden. Wiseass. Small time gambler. Petty criminal. Burger expert. Supervillain? Well, not exactly. But Jessica Jones‘ new love interest with some low level mental superpowers actually has his roots in the pages of Marvel
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While I love a good epic fantasy read where an unassuming, usually male, usually white farmboy learns of his great destiny to save the world, there are so many fantasy stories that exist outside of that framework.  One of my favorite ways to see fantasy genre tropes subverted is by taking the usual feudal European-like
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The Power Rangers comic is going in bold new directions by introducing the White Ranger into the main comic, especially after its univere altering “Shattered Grid” arc. While the comic has veered away from Power Rangers TV stories since the beginning, having the White Ranger around without any of the “Green Candle” episodes is still
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This post is sponsored by Tor Books. All opinions expressed in this post are based on the writer’s personal views. Ivy Gamble’s life as a Bay Area private detective isn’t particularly glamorous. Most of her cases involve philandering spouses or insurance fraud so, when she is presented with the opportunity to solve a murder, she
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The bastards are back . . . Following the runaway success of The Grey Bastards — one of the biggest debut fantasy launches of the last five years – Jonathan French returns with the highly-anticipated sequel, The True Bastards, and we’re thrilled to reveal the amazing cover! Fetching was once the only female rider in the Lot Lands. Now
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This Walking Dead article contains major spoilers. For the past few months, Walking Dead writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard have been exploring the Commonwealth, the comic’s biggest postapocalyptic settlement yet. At first, this massive city-state seemed like a dream of the past, the rebirth of a society long gone in the wake of
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Mr. Mercedes Season 3 is officially set for Audience Network. The latest renewal of Mr. Mercedes arrived shortly after the late-summer-launched Season 2 wrapped its run on October 24, 2018. Season 3 will reportedly go into production in Charleston, South Carolina in early-2019, setting up a late-2019 premiere. The series will continue its process of
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Ron Howard has been chatting about where he thinks he and his team may have gone wrong with The Dark Tower. The Stephen King adaptation, directed by Nikolaj Arcel and produced by Howard, was highly anticipated before its release back in 2017, with Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey snagged for plum roles. Unfortunately, upon its debut,
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Since Tom King‘s run started way back in 2016, we’ve had a few dialogue-free (or nearly dialogue-free) issues where the art tells one story and the narration tells another, and the two intertwine to move the plot and the characters forward in King’s master plan. I don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say that these
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Batman recently turned 80, and DC celebrated the Dark Knight’s big day overseas… in Kuwait, of all places, working with The United Service Organization (USO) to visit our troops during May’s Military Appreciation Month for an excitingly geeky event that not only featured stars from The CW DC shows, but comic book legends like Jim
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Who doesn’t love a good Neil Gaiman adaptation? The British author is prolific, yet still manages to maintain a consistent quality and eccentricity in his work. With both American Gods and Good Omens currently enjoying TV adaptations, with Gaiman involved in their creation in some capacity, it’s a great time to be a Gaiman fan. read more: Good Omens