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Review: Batman: Prelude to the Wedding: Harley Quinn vs. the Joker

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got the final issue of the prelude to Batman and Catwoman’s wedding!

Batman: Prelude to the Wedding: Harley Quinn vs. the Joker is by Tim Seeley, Sami Basri, Jessica Kholinne, Otto Schmidt, Dave Sharpe, Rafael Albuquerque, Dave Wielgosz, Chris Conroy, and Jamie S. Rich.

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Preview: Archer Coe and the Way to Dusty Death Softcover Edition

Archer Coe and the Way to Dusty Death Softcover Edition

(W) Jamie S. Rich
(A/CA) Dan Christensen
Age Rating: Adult
Genre: Crime/Mystery
Price: $19.99
Page Count: 136

Archer Coe, master hypnotist, is back to performing by day and consulting for the rich and influential by night. Most of his cases are mundane—save his most recent, which ended in quite a few deaths—and that’s what Archer expects from his newest client, heiress Nicolette Hardy. Her mother’s untimely death has sent her father into a deep depression, and a self-proclaimed mystic, Jane Collins, has taken advantage of his grief by promising him an audience with his dead wife. Archer knows Jane, and he believes she’s a fraud. But he has trouble convincing Nicolette’s father, and as strange happenings unfold around him, Archer soon has trouble convincing himself. It’s clear Jane holds some power—but it’s also clear that Jane has no idea how much. Will Archer save Jane and the Hardys before her power becomes uncontrollable? Or will this case be his final curtain?

Review: Batman: Prelude to the Wedding – Red Hood vs. Anarky #1

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got the lead up to the wedding of Batman and Catwoman.

Batman: Prelude to the Wedding – Red Hood vs. Anarky #1 is by Tim Seeley, Javier Fernandez, Hugo Petrus, John Kausz, Otto Schmidt, Dave Sharpe, Rafael Albuquerque, Dave McCaig, Dave Welgosz, and Jamie S. Rich.

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Tom King’s Sanctuary is Now “Heroes in Crisis”

At the DC in DC event, writer Tom King teased a new project dubbed “Sanctuary” that focused on the trauma experienced by superheroes. That project now has a name, Heroes in Crisis the newest “Crisis” event to hit DC Comics. King will be joined by artist Clay Mann on the series.

A former counterterrorism operations officer with the CIA, King has explored how we graple with war, conflict, and traume in various series such as The Sheriff of Babylon, The Omega Men, Batman, and Mister Miracle. Heroes in Crisis explores similar themes against the backdrop of a murder mystery involving Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Booster Gold, and the rest of the World’s Greatest Super Heroes.

King said in the announcement:

I feel like I’m part of a rolling generation of people who spent their twenties overseas fighting terrorism. Millions of people cycle through that machine and come home to America. And I think that sort of experience of violence is shaping who we are as a culture, and as a country. And I want to talk about that. I want to talk about that experience, the experience of what violence can do to a person, to a community, to a nation, to a world.

These pressures and internal conflicts can impact superheroes just as hard, if not more. To that end, King created a sanctuary within the pages of the comics he’s writing—a crisis center for superheroes who spend their lives fighting villainy and protecting others.

Heroes in Crisis is not a tale of universes colliding and dying. Instead this is a story centering on the humans and superhumans under the mask; this is about what allows them to get up and fight when it appears they can’t ever get up and fight again. When it’s too much, and it’s often too much, heroes go to Sanctuary—created by Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman—to find a moment of safety before returning to a universe of violence. Heroes in Crisis is also about what happens when Sanctuary fails, resulting in catastrophic consequences for the DCU.

The premiere issue of Heroes in Crisis, written by Tom King with art by Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey, lettered by Clayton Cowles, and edited by Jamie S. Rich and Brittany Holzherr, will reach comic book stores and be available digitally on September 26.

Review: Batman: Prelude to the Wedding – Batgirl vs. The Riddler

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got the next chapter leading up to the wedding of Batman and Catwoman!

Batman: Prelude to the Wedding – Batgirl vs. The Riddler is by Tom Seeley, Minkyu Jung, Jose Marzan, Jr., Jordie Bellaire, Otto Schmidt, Dave Sharpe, Rafael Albuquerque, Dave McCaig, Brittany Holzherr, and Jamie S. Rich.

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Exclusive Preview: Sideways #5

Sideways #5

Written by: Justin Jordan
Art by: Robert Gill
Color: John Rauch
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual
Cover by: Kenneth Rocafort
Group Editor: Jamie S. Rich
Editor: Katie Kubert
Assistant Editor: Dave Welgosz
U.S. Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: June 13, 2018

After the devastating loss of one of the most important people in his life, Derek James tries to throw himself into being the hero Sideways to distract himself. Unfortunately, new villain the Showman has arrived to tear those wounds right back open.

Review: Batman: Prelude to the Wedding #1 Robin vs. Ra’s al Ghul

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got the run up to Batman’s wedding!

Batman: Prelude to the Wedding #1 Robin vs. Ra’s al Ghul is by Tim Seeley, Brad Walker, Andrew Hennesy, Mick Gray, Jordie Bellaire, Otto Schmidt, Dave Sharpe, Rafael Albuquerque, Dave McCaig, Brittany Holzherr, and Jamie S. Rich.

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Review: DC Nation #0

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got three stories for 25 cents!

DC Nation #0 features Tom King, Clay Mann, Jordie Bellaire, Clayton Cowles, Brittany Holzherr, Jamie S. Rich, Brian Michael Bendis, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Dexter Vines, Alex Sinclair, Josh Reed, Jessica Chen, Mike Cotton, Brian Cunningham, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Joshua Williamson, Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez, Andworld Design, Andrea Shea, Rebecca Taylor, and Marie Javins.

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Exclusive Preview: Batwoman #14

Batwoman #14

Written by: Marguerite Bennett
Art by: Fernando Blanco
Color by: John Rauch
Letterer: Deron Bennett
Cover by: Dan Panosian
Variant cover by: Michael Cho
Group Editor: Jamie S. Rich
Editor: Brittany Holzherr
U.S. Price: $3.99
On Sale Date: April 18, 2018

“The Fall of the House of Kane” part two! Vengeance and madness come home to Gotham City! The Many Arms of Death have descended upon the city, bringing a plague that will devour everything Batwoman holds dear—and Alice, Kate’s long-lost sister, leads the way!

Preview: Wonder Woman #44

Wonder Woman #44

Story: James Robinson
Art: Emanuela Lupacchino
Ink: Ray McCarthy
Color: Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Letterer: Said Temofonte
Cover Art: Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz, Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Variant Cover: Jenny Frison
Group Editor: Jamie S. Rich
Editor: Chris Conroy
Assistant Editor: Dave Wielgosz
In Shops: Apr 11, 2018
SRP: $2.99

“AMAZONS ATTACKED” part four! When last they met, Wonder Woman was robbed of a chance to meet Darkseid in single combat-and she’s certain she’d be able to take him down. At last, she’s going to get her wish-but with Darkseid at full power, is she still sure she’ll survive?

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