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Preview: Detective Comics #1044

Detective Comics #1044

Written by: Stephanie Nicole Phillips, Mariko Tamaki
Art by: David Lapham, Dan Mora

When the terrorist organization known as THE RED CROWN took control of Mayor Nakano’s personal security detail, only the Batman could protect Gotham’s highest-ranking city official from certain death! But when the pair is thrust into the sewers below, a much more sinister threat lurks in the darkness. Better look sharp, Batman, because a hundred thousand eggs with a hundred thousand little monsters inside are about to hatch…and they look HUNGRY… Back-up: Arkham Asylum may have been decimated during A-DAY, but its legacy lives on. Now, Mayor Nakano has given the green light for a brand-new ARKHAM TOWER to be erected in the heart of Gotham City, and some strange and horrific things are going down at the construction site. Don’t miss this epic kick-off to a story arc that will shape the Batman universe for years to come!

Detective Comics #1044

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Batman: The Audio Adventures Special #1

It was new comic book day yesterday. What did you all get? What’d you like? What’d you dislike? Sound off in the comments below. While you think about that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

The Independent – Comic books are doing everything Marvel and DC films aren’t for queer representation – And they have been for a very long time.

Reviews

Geek Dad – Batman: The Audio Adventures Special #1
Collected Editions – Batman: Detective Comics Vol. 6: The Road to Ruin
AIPT – Children of the Atom
AIPT – Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #9

Preview: Detective Comics #1043

Detective Comics #1043

Written by: Matthew Rosenberg, Mariko Tamaki
Art by: Darick Robertson, Dan Mora

Fear State grips Gotham City! When Mayor Nakano’s city hall office finds itself under siege, the only hero who can help the embattled local official is the man Nakano pledged to rid from Gotham: Batman. The top vigilante in the city must protect the man who’s fought so hard to put an end to masked heroes in an action-packed car chase that culminates in a shocking ending that’ll give readers nightmares.

Backup: Wait, how did Red Hood end up in Deb Donovan’s apartment? And what the hell gives him the right to eat all her frosted cereal? As Gotham’s troubled son and the city’s toughest reporter set out to uncover the mystery of the missing A-Day corpses, they run into more answers than they bargained for culminating in a deadly shoot out that renders Red Hood down for the count! Can Deb Donovan make it out alive to tell the tale of her harrowing adventure? And what will Red Hood’s capture mean for the Bat-Family? It all leads to next month’s terrifying new chapter in Gotham history: TASK FORCE Z!

Detective Comics #1043

Preview: Detective Comics #1042

Detective Comics #1042

Written by: Matthew Rosenberg, Mariko Tamaki
Art by: Viktor Bogdanovic

Batman rampages through the underworld of Gotham! Driven to a violent madness courtesy of the Jury’s “Vile” serum, the Dark Knight crushes bones, makes a scene, and gives costumed vigilantes in Gotham a very bad name. But will the Jury’s plan backfire? Can a violent rage-machine packed with money, weapons, and an insatiable bloodlust possibly end well for Mr. Worth and his Jury? That giant plunge from a building might be the answer… Backup: Countdown to Task Force Z: Part Two! When Red Hood shows up in your apartment, you know you’ve done something drastically wrong. Jason Todd teams up with Deb Donovan to uncover the mysterious disappearances in Gotham, and their search brings them to the missing body of Bane! Look alive because death seems to be knocking at the door…

Detective Comics #1042

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Detective Comics #1041

It was new comic book day yesterday. What’d you all get? What’d you like? What’d you dislike? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

The Mary Sue – Tim Drake, the Best Robin AS Robin, Is the Newest LGBTQ Mainstream Comic Book Character – If you missed the news.

Reviews

The Beat – Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms

That Hashtag Show – Detective Comics #1041

Screenrant – The Heart Hunter

That Hashtag Show – The Joker #6

But Why Tho Podcast – Teen Titans: Beast Boy Loves Raven

Preview: Detective Comics #1041

Detective Comics #1041

Written by: Matthew Rosenberg, Mariko Tamaki
Art by: Darick Robertson, Dan Mora

As Gotham’s Dark Knight of vengeance, Batman is seen by many (mostly criminals, let’s be honest) as judge and executioner of the city’s vilest villains. Well, it’s time for him to meet the Jury! In a last-ditch effort to avenge his daughter’s death, Mr. Worth has teamed with the Penguin’s criminal empire, the Party Crashers gang, and the Falcone crime family to form the kind of villain team-up that would leave a Boy Wonder sweating in his booties. Backup: Countdown to Task Force Z: Part One! Deb Donovan is on the trail of some weird happenings in Gotham…missing bodies from the morgue…tales of shady criminal activity the likes of which Gotham has never seen…and the person trying to keep her quiet is…Batman?

Detective Comics #1041

Preview: Detective Comics #1040

Detective Comics #1040

Story: Dan Watters, Mariko Tamaki
Art: Max Raynor, Dan Mora

When the cops brought Bruce Wayne in for questioning last month, a giant money-man with a bazooka and a mustache for days blew the place up. So what’s that mean for Gotham’s ex-favorite son? Well, it means Bruce Wayne has to spend a weekend in lockup! Can Batman’s alter ego go the weekend without getting stabbed? (I suppose to be fair, he’s stabbed on the reg as Batman anyway…) PLUS: A major Batman villain meets his death in a story that will rock the world of Gotham City in a monstrous way! Do not miss: The Night Was Killed by Dan Watters and Kyle Hotz!

Detective Comics #1040

Preview: Detective Comics #1039

Detective Comics #1039

Written by: T. Rex, Mariko Tamaki
Art by: T. Rex, Viktor Bogdanovic

Looks like someone brought a batarang to a bazooka fight! As the explosive battle royal between Batman and Mr. Worth roars to a climax, Huntress is on the trail of the other major threat plaguing Gotham City: violence parasite Vile! By the end of this battle, one character will be dead, one avenged, and even more holding on for dear life! Do not miss this epic issue that leads directly into the Batman Secret Files: Huntress special! PLUS: In The Vile Truth, catch a glimpse into the secret origin of Detective Comics break-out villain Vile through the lens of writer/artist Tristan Jones!

Detective Comics #1039

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Static: Season One #1

It’s a new week and we’ve got lots coming at you all! We’re kicking off the day with some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Book Riot – Where to Start With Shang-Chi Comics – If you want to get ready for the film!

ICv2 – Hammer Drops on ‘Detective Comics #27’ at $1.125 Million – They beat our bid.

Reviews

That Hashtag Show – BRZRKR #3
Monkeys Fighting Robots – Radiant Black #5
That Hashtag Show – Star Wars #14
Laughing Place – Star Wars #14
Laughing Place – Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures #5
Comic Attack – Static: Season One #1
BG Daily News – Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Revolts

Preview: Detective Comics #1038

Detective Comics #1038

Written by: Meghan Fitzmartin, Mariko Tamaki
Art by: Karl Mostert, Viktor Bogdanovic

An epic battle is taking place in Gotham City…below the city streets?! Batman and MR. WORTH are locked in a deadly duel involving a rocket launcher, a micro-cave subterranean system, and a whole lot of bloody knuckles. Can Huntress save Lady Clayface before the entire city collapses from underneath itself? Plus: the insidious VILE makes his move, and boy is it UGLY… FEATURING “MARCH OF THE PENGUIN”: Gotham’s seediest gangster is looking to take advantage of the unrest in the city, and the Penguin is finally ready to make his move!

Detective Comics #1038
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