Written by Gail Simone
Pencils by Ardian Syaf
Inks by Vincente Cifuentes
One of the coolest things about DC's New 52 launch is that they have the unique ability to rewrite history and tweak chara... Read More...
Animal Man #1
Written by Jeff Lemire
Art by Travel Foreman and Dan Green
Animal Man #1 is a perfect example of what most excites me about this DC New 52 relaunch. It gives me the opportunity to drink i... Read More...
MEN OF WAR #1
Written by Ivan Brandon
Art by Tom Derrenick
Men of War is strange. And not good strange. The book is split into two parts, with the first part following Corp. Joseph Rock through his ass... Read More...
GREEN ARROW #1
Written by J.T. Krul
Art by Dan Jurgens
Green Arrow is fun. There’s little social commentary to be had, and much of the plot feels like a retread of territory Iron Man and Batman Begins ... Read More...
SWAMP THING #1
Written by Scott Snyder
Art by Yanick Paquette
Swamp Thing starts out with a befuddled Clark Kent, Batman and Aquaman helplessly watching birds, bats and fish dying around them in one of... Read More...
Written by Judd Winick
Art by Ben Oliver
It’s Batman meets "Blood Diamond" with a twist of "Dexter." Batwing #1 introduces us to David Zavimbe, an officer for the Tinasha Police Department b... Read More...
Hawk & Dove #1
Written by Sterling Gates
Art by Rob Liefeld
Let’s just get the obvious about Hawk & Dove out of the way. Liefeld’s art is stunning. His famously disproportioned figures are stil... Read More...
Static Shock #1
Written by Scott McDaniel & John Rozum
Pencils by Scott McDaniel
Inks By Jonathan Glapion and Le Beau Underwood
There’s really no nice way to say this, so I’m just going to come ... Read More...
Justice League International #1
Issue Title: “The Signal Masters: Part One”
Written by Dan Jurgens
Pencils by Aaron Lopresti
Inks by Matt Ryan
“The Signal Masters: Part One” is our introduction t... Read More...
Issue Title: The Dark Side Part One
Written by Paul Cornell
Pencils by Miguel Sepulveda
Inked by Allen Passalaqua
STORMWATCH #1 clearly serves as an introductory issue to something that is bo... Read More...