FOREVER EVIL #7 Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DAVID FINCH and RICHARD FRIEND Cover by DAVID FINCH 1:25 Robot Chicken variant 1:25 Variant cover by ETHAN VAN SCIVER 1:50 Variant cover by ETHAN VAN SCIVER 1:100 Variant cover by GARY FRANK On sale MARCH 26 • 48 pg, FC, 7 of 7, $3.99 US
Look for this issue come new comic book day (Wednesday!!). For your viewing pleasure we present you with the first look to FOREVER EVIL: ARKHAM WAR #3 Of all the Arkham Asylum villains jockeying for territory in Gotham City, there’s only a few capable of rising to the top of the food chain. Killer Croc
I have to admit, I am no gamer but I do enjoy a good story. DC decided to do a prequel to the hit video game and I figured why not go for it. My first impression was WTF, THIS IS AWESOME! Yeah I know this was a very dark DC book but it was
Last week, HARLEY QUINN #0 hit stands, launching an all-new ongoing solo series for the notorious and fan-favorite character. This special issue contained art by a jaw-dropping cast of artists contributing to co-writer Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s fourth wall-breaking story – including Bruce Timm, Jim Lee, Becky Cloonan, Adam Hughes, Darwyn Cooke, Sam Keith, newcomer Jeremy Roberts,
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ANNUAL #10 September 1983 I'm a huge fan of the Legion of Super-Heroes, and before I brought this column over to Needless Essentials, I had started, on my own blog, a series covering a run of issues on the Legion's issues from this time period, where I came into the ranks of Legion fans. I was hesitating on continuing it here, but for the brief time that I've been writing here, the most viewed review of an old comic has been consistently the issue of Legion of Super-Heroes that I reviewed about a month ago. Therefore, until I see a drop in interest for my Legion reviews, the majority of the DC Comics that I'll review will be from the Legion, and in order. When I was younger, and first buying comics at the convenience store, Annuals were extremely hard to find. This was a real problem with the Teen Titans' story "The Judas Contract." I remember stumbling across this one at a different store than my regular haunt, still on the spinner rack after a couple more issues of the Legion had come out. I was thrilled and tried for days to figure out where it fit in until I read the notes at the end of this issue. I was twelve and didn't have the patience to read a lot of captions, especially after the story was over.
Back in August, MULTIVERSITY COMICS gave you a taste of Howard Porter’s interior art for JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 #1. And while the inaugural issue of this eagerly anticipated series doesn’t hit stores until next month, we’ve got another sneak peek at JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 #1 to share with you today. So what characters can fans look forward
FOREVER EVIL #6 Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DAVID FINCH and RICHARD FRIEND Cover by DAVID FINCH 1:25 Variant cover by ETHAN VAN SCIVER 1:50 Variant cover by ETHAN VAN SCIVER 1:100 Variant cover by IVAN REIS and JOE PRADO On sale FEBRUARY 19 • 32 pg, 6 OF 7, FC, $3.99 US •
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #303 September 1983 Unashamedly, I am a huge fan of the Legion of Super-Heroes. The period that I first fell in love with the Legion was about the same time a lot of people did, the period around 1983-1984 when Legion of Super-Heroes became DC's second best-selling title, right behind New Teen Titans. This issue comes from that period, almost smack in the middle of the Great Darkness Saga and the launch of the Legion's Baxter series. I decided to go forward with this review after this site featured the excellent cosplay of Badluck Kitty as Supergirl. I had already started it but planned to finish it at a later date, as I'm in the middle of moving. SYNOPSIS: On Weber's World, The Emerald Empress and a Dark Circle sympathizer Ontiir have captured and immobilized a team of Legionnaires, Shrinking Violet, Colossal Boy, Sun Boy, Brainiac 5 and Supergirl. The empress tortures the Legionnaires, breaking Sun Boy's jaw in the process. The Empress orders their execution. At Legion HQ, reservists Bouncing Boy and Duo Damsel are left manning the monitor board as the remaining active Legionnaires take the new Legion cruisers to Karate Kid and Queen Projectra's wedding. On the cruisers, Timber Wolf takes the opportunity to sulk at the communication console, confusing Blok, who is still not completely versed on human emotions, as noted by Shadow Lass and Phantom Girl, in a very catty fashion.
For your viewing pleasures we have an advance look at NIGHTWING #24 and ASTRO CITY #5. Both books are due to hit this week. NIGHTWING #24 In “Buyer’s Remorse,” Nightwing has to choose between payback and justice when Tony Zucco lands back in Chicago. Will Nightwing accept Zucco’s offer to help him stop the Prankster? Does
Looks like our friend John Constantine is getting his own show. This is definitely good news to the fans that have followed this character. I just hope that WB & DC can make him appeal to the masses who might not know him. Read on for the press release.
Next month, the world’s most powerful and famous superhero couple will take flight in their own all-new ongoing series.