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Preview: Future State: Gotham #6

Future State: Gotham #6

Written by: Dennis Culver, Joshua Williamson
Art by: Giannis Milonogiannis

“Hunt the Batman” reaches its penultimate chapter! ALL OUT WAR! Jason Todd, now known as PEACEKEEPER RED, must join forces with THE NEXT BATMAN to defeat the NEW supervillain WARMONGER. The only thing standing in their way is every cop and Peacekeeper inside Magistrate Headquarters!

Future State: Gotham #6

Preview: Future State: Gotham #3

Future State: Gotham #3

Written by: Dennis Culver, Joshua Williamson
Art by: Giannis Milonogiannis

Red Hood comes mask to mask with Gotham’s most wanted, the Next Batman, as the future of the Bat-Family continues! It’s a deadly showdown made worse by the horde of psychopathic criminals who want to kill them both! And finally, the new Gotham villain Warmonger reveals himself!

Future State: Gotham #3

Preview: Future State: Gotham #2

Future State: Gotham #2

Written by: Dennis Culver, Joshua Williamson
Art by: Giannis Milonogiannis

Tragedy has brought Gotham City to its knees. Countless people are dead, seemingly at the hands of the Next Batman. Gotham demands justice, and Red Hood has vowed to answer their call. Even if that means beating his way through Nightwing and the rest of the Bat-Family to do it.

Future State: Gotham #2

7 New Comics from DC, Harlequin, and Yen Press are Available Now on comiXology

There are seven new comics available now on comiXology from DC, Harlequin, and Yen Press. Get shopping now or check out the individual releases below.

Legends of the Dark Knight (2021-) #10

Written by Brandon Thomas
Pencils Giannis Milonogiannis
Inks Giannis Milonogiannis
Colored by Jordie Bellaire
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THE CONSULTANT FINALE! Batman and the Martian Manhunter have discovered that Julian Day AKA The Calendar Man is behind these crimes, all inspired by the Martian Calendar. His intention? To honor an ancient Martian Death God and absorb it’s power. Batman and Martian Manhunter will need to pool together their resources to stop his final ritual from happening!

Legends of the Dark Knight (2021-) #10

Truth & Justice (2021-) #14

Written by Grace Ellis
Pencils M.L. Sanapo
Inks M.L. Sanapo
Colored by Wendy Broome
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While looking into the mystery of the Mothman, Batwoman comes face-to-face with an old enemy!

Truth & Justice (2021-) #14

Dead Mount Death Play #66

Written by Ryohgo Narita
Art by Shinta Fujimoto
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Civil’s show of power brings a certain someone to mind for the Corpse God. Read the next chapter of Dead Mount Death Play the same day as Japan!

Dead Mount Death Play #66

Baisers torrides de mon insensible patron

Written by Barbara Wallace
Art by Masako Ogimaru
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Le nouveau patron d’Élizabeth, secrétaire dans une papèterie, est un acquéreur d’entreprise réputé dans le milieu des affaires. En revanche, sa réputation en tant que PDG est catastrophique. Elle essaya d’obtenir une promotion lors d’un entretien, mais son patron la rejeta d’un ton sec. Suite à cette entrevue, Élisabeth était hors d’elle. Pourtant, lorsqu’elle le croisa en rentrant chez elle, désorienté à cause d’un accident, elle ne put s’empêcher de l’interpeler. Et depuis, la distance qui les séparait, se réduisit peu à peu. Sachant qu’Élisabeth est une mère célibataire, il commença à faire de son mieux pour elle, et gagna peu à peu la confiance de ses subordonnés. Néanmoins, elle ne savait pas ce qu’il se passait en coulisse : le projet de vente de la papèterie était déjà en cours…

Baisers torrides de mon insensible patron

Prends-moi

Written by Cherry Adair
Art by Kana Takagi
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Il y a sept ans, Jessie a épousé le milliardaire, Joshua. Une fois mariés, il ne lui a pourtant accordé aucun regard car pour lui, leur union n’était qu’un mariage de convenance. Leur mariage, Joshua… Elle ne cessait d’y penser. Cependant, elle ne chercha plus à obtenir son amour. Elle ne voulait plus que porter l’enfant de cet homme qu’elle aime. Pour cela, elle mit en place une stratégie imparable : se faire passer pour une autre pour se glisser dans son lit sans qu’il ne se doute de rien. Le seul souci était qu’il pourrait la reconnaître. Mais il n’en était rien : il ne se souvenait même pas du visage de son épouse ! Et par-dessus le marché, il tomba réellement amoureux d’elle !

Prends-moi

Rivalité de coeurs

Written by Yvonne Lindsay
Art by Eve Takigawa
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Callie Rose Lee, abandonnée par ses parents à un jeune âge, a été recueillie par une famille à la tête d’une grande entreprise envers qui elle a une dette depuis ce jour. Alors qu’elle travaille pour eux en tant qu’assistante, il semblerait qu’un employé au sein de Palmer Enterprises ait divulgué certaines informations à leurs concurrents. Il aura fallu un peu de persuasion, mais Callie accepte finalement d’espionner leur rival en retour. Cependant, elle se heurte immédiatement à un problème lorsqu’elle se rend compte que l’homme en question, Josh Tremont, est beaucoup plus charmant qu’elle ne le pensait…

Rivalité de coeurs

Un amour a épanouir Vol. 2: Triple Trouble

Written by Susan Mallery
Art by Sae Nanahoshi
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Avant ses 20 ans, Elissa a épousé Cole. Mais la vie de jeunes mariés exaltante s’est vite transformée en une attente interminable du retour de son mari. Ne pouvant plus supporter ce quotidien qui n’aura pas duré un an, Elissa décida de fuir leur maison. Alors qu’il est seul et abandonné, Cole n’a pourtant pas essayé de retrouver sa femme, ni même de divorcer. Cinq ans plus tard, Elissa revient pour essayer de recoller les morceaux entre eux. Elle tente alors sa chance en postulant à l‘orphelinat que son mari gère. Mais pourquoi veut-elle réellement le revoir ? Pour enfin régler et mettre un terme à leurs problèmes ? Ou bien, y aurait-il autre chose ?

Un amour a épanouir Vol. 2: Triple Trouble

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A trio of New Releases Including New Legends of the Dark Knight and Truth & Justice

There are three new releases on comiXology today including two new DC Digital First comics! Check out what you can get below or start shopping now.

Truth & Justice (2021-) #13

Written by Grace Ellis
Pencils M.L. Sanapo
Inks M.L. Sanapo
Colored by Wendy Broome
Cover by Kris Anka
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Batwoman tries to take some time to herself and get away from Gotham City. But an urban legend in an Appelachean town catches her attention and draws her into trouble.

Truth & Justice (2021-) #13

Legends of the Dark Knight (2021-) #9

Written by Brandon Thomas
Pencils Giannis Milonogiannis
Inks Giannis Milonogiannis
Colored by Jordie Bellaire
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THE CONSULTANT PART 1! A seemingly disprate collection of crimes have been committed across Gotham City all connected by the use of strange alien symbols. Martian symbols. In order to get to the bottom of the link and meaning behind the crimes Batman will need to call in his Justice League teammate the MARTIAN MANHUNTER! Don’t miss this sci-fi neo noir by the phenomenal creative team of Brandon Thomas and Giannis Milonogiannis!

Legends of the Dark Knight (2021-) #9

Claiming His One-Night Baby

Written by Michelle Smart
Art by Maoko Nagasaki
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Natasha was at the funeral of her husband who was killed in a sudden accident, when she spotted the plastic surgeon, Matteo, among the attendants. Natasha was understandably upset because they were lovers up until the night that she and Pieta were wed.

On the night of the funeral, Natasha allowed the angry Matteo to visit her. Overwhelmed by desire, she found herself devoted to him… and soon after, discovered signs that she may be pregnant!

Natasha makes a swift decision — ro reveal everything to him, including the hidden secrets of her marriage.

Claiming His One-Night Baby

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Review: Future State: Gotham #1

Future State: Gotham #1

When it came to DC’s Future State two-month event, the Batman portion is the one that stood out the most. Gotham was now under the protection of a fascist police force called the Magistrate. “Masks” are now outlawed and hunted. Red Hood was now a bounty hunter, having shunned his friends, and now working for the Magistrate. Future State: Gotham #1 takes us back to this possible future and Red Hood’s mission.

Written by Joshua Williamson and Dennis Culver, we head back to the future. Red Hood has gone solo doing what he can to stop the remaining Batman rogues. But, he’s now employed by the Magistrate. The creative team does a solid job of setting things up. Future State: Gotham #1 is a reminder for fans who read the previous releases but also acts as a great way for new readers to catch up with everything. The reveals are for those new readers while acting as a reminder for others. But, those reveals also takes things a bit further than we previously knew.

It’s a solid issue that takes us deeper into the world while also feeling like a continuation of what has already been released. There’s a solid mix of action, mystery, and a little bit of emotions. Williamson and Culver make Jason Todd, aka Red Hood, a little sympathetic in the issue. There are moments I genuinely felt bad for him.

The art by Giannis Milonogiannis is a bit surprising… it’s in black and white! With lettering by Troy Peteri, the comic delivers action with some great sense of motion. There’s something very interesting and different for the issue. It doesn’t feature color, that’s the most obvious, but the “pencils” brings a quality that feels like manga at times. That’s not a bad thing at all as it delivers dynamic moments full of action and excitement. The choice of black and white is interesting as the original Future State’s Gotham was highlighted by its neon colors that lit it up like a futuristic Vegas mixed with Tokyo. Without that, it takes away one of the “characters” that made the original so good.

The issue also features “The Third Mask” by Katsuhiro Otomo. Reprinting the classic story, it’s translated by Jo Duffy and is lettered by Bill Oakley. While there’s aspects I like of the story, it feels a bit choppy in its narrative. There’s some philosophical moments about it that’s really interesting and leaves readers to ponder. Tied into the main story, it makes complete sense as to why it was included. But, the story is 25 years old and its style doesn’t quite hold up. Also in black in white, it’s a compliment to the main story but a flawed one.

Future State: Gotham #1 is a nice start to the return to the future. It’s a world and story that I wanted to see more of. While it doesn’t have the colorful pop of its basis, it brings something new and different as well. It digs its roots into the manga that clearly influenced the previous stories and does it well. Here’s hoping we can get more than this one series exploring this world, there’s that much to dive in to.

Story: Joshua Williamson, Dennis Culver, Katsuhiro Otomo Art: Giannis Milonogiannis, Katsuhiro Otomo
Letterer: Troy Peteri, Bill Oakley Translation: Jo Duffy
Story: 8.15 Art: 8.25 Overall: 8.2 Recommendation: Buy

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Preview: Future State: Gotham #1

Future State: Gotham #1

Written by: Dennis Culver, Joshua Williamson
Art by: Giannis Milonogiannis

The event that was DC Future State continues in its own ongoing title starring the Bat-Family, beginning with the epic story “Hunt the Batman.” Disaster strikes Gotham City, and all evidence points to the Next Batman! Red Hood must choose justice over his family and allies when the corrupt Magistrate enlists him to bring in the new Batman dead or alive! Featuring the entire cast from the popular Future State Batman titles, this new series kicks off the next chapter in this forbidding world of tomorrow, and does so in brilliant, monochromatic storytelling! This black-and-white series will showcase the brutal world that’s around the corner in Future State Gotham!

Future State: Gotham #1

DC Delivers a First Look at Future State: Gotham #1

Although the DC Future State event was only during January and February, that doesn’t mean there aren’t more stories to tell about those possible futures of the DC Universe. And on May 11, fans will find out that the end of DC Future State was just the beginning, especially for Jason Todd, a.k.a. Red Hood.

Forsaking his friends, Red Hood is now a gun-for-hire for The Magistrate, using his role as a costumed vigilante to hunt down other heroes as part of Gotham City mayor Christopher Nakano’s “zero tolerance” policy on masked heroes. Red Hood continues his hero hunting at the top of the food chain, with Tim (Jace) Fox, The Next Batman, in his crosshairs!

Co-written by Joshua Williamson and Dennis Culver, this new ongoing series features art by Giannis Milonogiannis, whose black and white artwork provides anime/noirish atmosphere to this series. For fans of both anime and DC, issue #1 includes a special treat: a bonus story, reprinting “The Third Mask,” written and drawn by Katsuhiro Otomo, legendary creator of the iconic manga and anime AKIRA. The story was originally released in issue #4 of Batman: Black and White, on July 10, 1996.

Preview: Future State: Dark Detective #4

Future State: Dark Detective #4

Written by: Joshua Williamson, Mariko Tamaki
Art by: Giannis Milonogiannis, Dan Mora

Bruce Wayne may be a dead man in the eyes of the villainous Magistrate, but this dark detective isn’t through yet! In this pulse-pounding finale, Bruce makes his final move and comes face to face with the man at the top of Gotham’s oppressive regime, Peacekeeper One! With bombs planted and the trap waiting to be sprung, this final battle will decide the fate of Gotham City once and for all… And after the events of the last “Red Hood” chapter, Jason Todd is a wanted man. He got too close to the mystery of the new Red Hood Gang, and that forced the Magistrate to take extreme measures-because no one can know the truth. Hurt and alone, Jason must turn to some unlikely allies if he’s going to survive!

Future State: Dark Detective #4
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