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Preview: Detective Comics #1021

Detective Comics #1021

(W) Peter J. Tomasi (A/CA) Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy
In Shops: Mar 25, 2020
SRP: $3.99

“Ugly Heart” part two! Two-Face has returned, and his Church of the Two has grown into one of the most dangerous and destructive cults Gotham City has ever seen. So why is the only person trying to kill Two-Face his own alter ego, Harvey Dent? Batman at last has found hope of a permanent cure for his friend’s evil split personality-but if there’s hope of ridding the world of the dreaded Two-Face for good, Bruce and Harvey must team up to beat back the bad.

Detective Comics #1021

Preview: Detective Comics #1020

Detective Comics #1020

(W) Peter J. Tomasi (A/CA) Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy
In Shops: Feb 26, 2020
SRP: $3.99

As Gotham City continues its rise from the ashes of “City of Bane,” some familiar faces have returned to keep Gotham City exactly where they want it: Two-Face is back. But this time, he’s recruited some like-minded individuals to help him in his cause. With an elite team of split-personality special forces at his side, Two-Face and Batman square off in what could be their final battle, as a new ally arrives to help the Dark Knight…Harvey Dent?!

Detective Comics #1020

A First Look at Detective Comics #1020. Two-Face is back! And so is…Harvey Dent?!

Detective Comics #1020

Written by Peter J. Tomasi
Art by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy and Brad Anderson
Cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy and Nathan Fairbairn
Variant cover by Lee Bermejo
In Shops: Feb 26, 2020
Final Orders Due: Feb 03, 2020
SRP: $3.99

Two-Face is back! And so is…Harvey Dent?!

As Gotham City continues its rise from the ashes of “City of Bane,” some familiar faces have returned to keep Gotham City exactly where they want it: Two-Face is back! But this time, he’s recruited some like-minded individuals to help him in his cause!

With an elite team of split-personality special forces at his side, Two-Face and Batman square off in what could be their final battle, as a new ally arrives to help the Dark Knight…Harvey Dent?!

Detective Comics #1020, written by Peter J. Tomasi with artwork by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy and Brad Anderson, hits shelves February 26th.

Detective Comics #1020

DC Reveals More Bat Action in April 2020

BATMAN #92

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Yes, April is tax season, and that’s no fun for anybody. But if you think you have it bad, just be glad you’re not Batman! Although Bruce Wayne may have the best tax accountants in Gotham City, but for Batman, keeping the I.R.S. out of his Bat-wallet is the least of his problems!

On April 1, writer James Tynion IV and artist Guillem March make sure that the action is no joke as Gotham’s newest villain the Designer plans the biggest heist in Gotham City! The Dark Knight knows what must be done to stop this plot, but in order to do so he has to escape the most ingenious death trap ever created by that prince of puzzles, the Riddler!

Batman #92

BATMAN #93

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The action continues April 15 (Tax Day, boo!!) with the conclusion to Tynion and March’s debut story arc as Batman faces off against the Designer in the climactic finish to “Their Dark Designs.”

Batman has lost more than he could have imagined, and now he faces a cost so dear it will change the course of his life.

Again.

And there is worse on the horizon. Amidst of all the horror, the Dark Knight can feel the drumbeat of battle. “Joker War” is coming, and Gotham City will never be the same.

Batman #93

DETECTIVE COMICS #1022

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And the hurts just keep on coming on April 22, in the pages of Detective Comics #1022! Writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Brad Walker continue to put Batman through the wringer as “Ugly Heart” hits part three!

Batman has been blasted with bullets and left for dead by Two-Face’s deadly Church of the Two—and if Gotham City is going to survive Two- Face’s final revenge, they’re going to need a miracle! But be careful what you wish for, because a resurrection is already in prog­ress, and this one involves a certain Clown Prince and the heir to Gotham’s vigilante throne…

DETECTIVE COMICS #1022

Preview: Aquaman #56

Aquaman #56

(W) Kyle Higgins (A) Aaron Lopresti, Matt Ryan (CA) Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy
In Shops: Jan 15, 2020
SRP: $3.99

The countdown to Aquababy has begun! As the birth of Aquaman and Mera’s child grows near, don’t miss this special interlude issue! In a story that takes place days after Aquaman and Mera’s engagement, a violent encounter with the resurgent Kingdom of the Trench leads to an unexpected outcome, and the conflict sheds new light on Aquaman and Mera’s plans for their future.

Aquaman #56

Lois Lane Eradicator! A First Look at Dark Multiverse: The Death of Superman #1

Tales from the Dark Multiverse: The Death of Superman #1

Written by Jeff Loveness (Rick & Morty, Judas, Groot
Pencils by Brad Walker (Detective Comics, Aquaman)
Inks by Andrew Hennessey & Norm Rapmund
Color by John Kalisz
Cover by Lee Weeks (Batman)
In Shops: Oct 30, 2019
Final Orders Due: Sep 30, 2019
SRP: $5.99

The next Tales From the Dark Multiverse one-shot takes on the highest-selling comic book event of all time—the Death of Superman! In a broken world much like our own, Lois Lane, twisted by rage and grief, becomes the Eradicator and takes revenge on those who let Superman die, and the corrupt world he could never defeat. Now, with the power of a god, she’s going to end the battle by any means necessary…and the Reign of the Supermen will be over before it begins!

Tales from the Dark Multiverse: The Death of Superman #1

Tales From the Dark Multiverse Takes Classic Moments Down a Dark Twisted Path

DC has announced today plans to put a twisted and terrifying spin on some of the biggest, most game-changing events in its publishing history with a series of prestige format one-shots called Tales From the Dark Multiverse. Beginning in October, DC’s most talented artists and writers will take fan-favorite events from the DC Universe down a dark and twisted path.

TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: BATMAN: KNIGHTFALL #1

Co-written by Scott Snyder (DARK NIGHTS: METAL, JUSTICE LEAGUE, THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS) and Kyle Higgins (DEATHSTROKE, BATMAN ETERNAL, NIGHTWING: THE NEW ORDER), with art by Javier Fernandez (JUSTICE LEAGUE) and a cover by Lee Weeks (BATMAN), this one-shot takes place in a Gotham City 30 years after a broken Bruce Wayne failed to take back the mantle of the Bat. In his place arose Jean-Paul Valley, also known as Saint Batman. Under his iron rule, Saint Batman has turned Gotham into the city of his dreams – killing has become commonplace and criminals live in constant fear—all in the name of justice.

But just when all seems lost, a new hope for Gotham rises: The Son of Bane.

TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN #1

The Dark Multiverse takes on the highest-selling comic book event of all time, courtesy of writer Jeff Loveness (Rick and Morty, DC’S NUCLEAR WINTER SPECIAL, DC’S MYSTERIES OF LOVE IN SPACE), with art by Brad Walker (DETECTIVE COMICS) and Andrew Hennessy (SINESTRO, THE DEMON: HELL IS EARTH, TITANS), with a cover by Lee Weeks.

In a broken world much like our own, Lois Lane, twisted by rage and grief over the Man of Steel’s death, becomes the Eradicator, taking revenge on those who let Superman die and the corrupt world he could never defeat. Now, with the power of a god, she’s going to end the “never-ending” battle by any means necessary, halting the Reign of the Supermen before it even begins.

These are the first of several titles in this new line; additional one-shots will focus on other events such as Infinite Crisis, Blackest Night, New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, and more. Each of these prestige format one-shots is 48 pages long at a price of $5.99.

Tales From the Dark Multiverse: Batman: Knightfall #1 will be available at comics shops and participating digital retailers on Wednesday, October 16. Tales From the Dark Multiverse: The Death of Superman #1 arrives at comic book shops and digital retailers two weeks later, Wednesday, October 30.

Timed to the release of each Tales From the Dark Multiverse title, fans can also purchase a one-dollar reprint of the original comic each story is based on, Batman #497 (October 16) and Superman #75 (October 30).

Graphic Re-Reading Secret Six: 1st Rate Comics about Last Rate Supervillains

“The Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead of the DCU”– John Arminio.

Secret_Six_Vol_3_36

Secret Six is easily one of the 5 best cape comics of the 21st century. Staring a diverse team of D-List supervillians, the series was created by Gail Simone working with artists including Nicola Scott, Jim Calafiore, and Brad Walker.

The true heir to the legendary 1980s’ Suicide Squad, this comic lovingly depicts mercenaries fucking up their contracts, backstabbing each other, then coming back together to tell the world to go to hell.

I’m joined by comics retailer and critic John Arminio for a deep dive into this brilliantly dark, funny and groundbreaking early 00s series.

Discussed:

  • Why D-List characters are so much fun
  • Scandal Savage Is Living the Lesbian Dream
  • Cigarettes, pools of blood and butts of all genders
  • Godbless you Nicola Scott for making Catman a sex symbol
  • Is this Bane?
  • Yes, you should watch Doom Patrol (we covered the 1st two Doom Patrol episodes here )

Also we are now on Spotify! So check us out http://bit.ly/GraphicPolicySpotify

Preview: Detective Comics #1005

Detective Comics #1005

(W) Peter J. Tomasi (A/CA) Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy
RATED T
In Shops: Jun 12, 2019
SRP: $3.99

The finale of the Arkham Knight saga arrives as the Knight’s surprising cult within Arkham Asylum unleashes its full power! Will Batman be swept under by the madness? Who is the Knight, to have inspired so much loyalty? And is there any way of stopping them that won’t just cause their legend to grow?

Detective Comics #1005

Graphic Re-Reading Secret Six: 1st Rate Comics about Last Rate Supervillains

“The Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead of the DCU”– John Arminio.

Secret_Six_Vol_3_36Secret Six is easily one of the 5 best cape comics of the 21st century. Staring a diverse team of D-List supervillians, the series was created by Gail Simone working with artists including Nicola Scott, Jim Calafiore and Brad Walker. The true heir to the legendary 1980s’ Suicide Squad, this comic lovingly depicts mercenaries fucking up their contracts, backstabbing each other, then coming back together to tell the world to go to hell.

I’m joined by comics retailer and critic John Arminio for a deep dive into this brilliantly dark, funny and groundbreaking early 00s series.

Discussed:

  • Why D-List characters are so much fun
  • Scandal Savage Is Living the Lesbian Dream
  • Cigarettes, pools of blood and butts of all genders
  • Godbless you Nicola Scott for making Catman a sex symbol
  • Is this Bane?
  • Yes, you should watch Doom Patrol (we covered the 1st two Doom Patrol episodes here )

Also we are now on Spotify! So check us out http://bit.ly/GraphicPolicySpotify

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