Dropping the same month for the Vampirella faithful fans and newcomers of all stripes, VENGEANCE OF VAMPIRELLA and VAMPIRELLA/RED SONJA see their first...
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Part one of Simon Spurrier, Matías Bergara and Jordie Bellaire’s “Scrubbing Up” hits shelves in John Constantine: Hellblazer #4 on February 26, 2020
In Joker: Killer Smile #2, Dr. Ben Arnell is losing his grip on reality. What happens when you can't tell what's real from what's imaginary?
Love and loss, life and death. These are the contrasting elements that have filled Shan’s life. And in the series conclusion, Doctor Mirage #5 merges them all...
Meet the new Legionnaires in Legion of Super-Heroes #3, on shelves January 15th, as they head to a secret undercover mission on Planet Gotham.
In DC's New Year's Evil #1, readers are asking themselves "where do the bad guys go at Christmas?"
Barbara Gordon attempts to defeat Oracle, but how do you defeat something that knows you better than yourself?
Doctor Mirage #4 continues Shan's quest to find her way out of this underworld, putting her in more danger than ever before.
Batman and Bane go head to head one last time, as Catwoman and Gotham stand in the middle.
Jonathan Kent explores the strange world of the 31st century.
In Joker: Killer Smile #1, Dr. Ben Arnell is working to cure the Joker of his insanity. Can he succeed where so many others have failed, or his he falling into...
Doctor Mirage’s quest has truly begun in Doctor Mirage #3. Here our characters must find their way out of a surreal landscape, facing off against the guardians...
BOOM! Studios revealed a first look at BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #9 from Eisner Award-nominated writer Jordie Bellaire and acclaimed artist David López
Doctor Mirage #2 merges the past and the present into one solid story, reminding us that nobody is spared the consequences of their actions.
Blade builds a new team to take on an enemy the Avengers can't know about.
Doctor Mirage #1 brings back our beloved and (almost) famous Doctor Mirage. But now everything has changed for her, and worse – nothing is what it seems.