With all the hubbub over DC Comics’ newest sensation Naomi taking up so much of the nerdversations® on Facebook, Twitter, and elsewhere over the last couple of months, it’s been super easy to forget how much of an impact newish Teen Titans member Crush had previously been having on the minds of both comic book collectors and retailers.
The last July Comic Book Review Round-Up includes The Batman Who Laughs #7, Batman Secret Files #2, Batman: The Last Knight on Earth #2, Death’s Head #1, and Powers of X #1.
Graphic novels are more than just comic books and they are getting more and more popular every year. You don’t want to miss out on these ten trendy new graphics novels.
In Silver Surfer #4 (1969), collected in Essential Silver Surfer Vol. 1, Silver Surfer meets Thor in their first encounter. The encounter is orchestrated by Loki, the Asgardian God of Mischief.
The penultimate round-up of July features Batman: Curse of the White Knight #1, Detective Comics #1008, The Flash #75, House of X #1 and Star Trek: The Q Conflict #6.
Although male heroes outnumber female characters, the latter ones occupy a special place in each movie, always causing a stunning and memorable effect. Most likely, you are familiar with all of them but we guess that refreshing your memories wouldn't go amiss. IstoriaJewellers selected the hottest female characters of those the audience used to call the most impressive ones.
Sticking with DC and Marvel comics, the third July round-up features Batman #75, Nightwing #62, Wonder Woman: Come Back to Me #1, Uncanny X-Men #22 and Loki #1.
Prior to 1992, no one—no monster, nor villain, nor alien with superior technology, had been able to put as much fear into Superman as much as this fearsome foe had: Doomsday!
Superman has been said to be over-powered, and in fact, one of the most powerful characters in comic books. One character that deserves mention, however, is the Beyonder.
Crisis on Infinite Earths is a company-wide DC comics crossover that featured 60 superheroes and a number of Earths from parallel universes that had been part over the years of DC Comics shared fictional universe.
Superman vs Wonder Woman All New Collectors' Edition
For the second week of July, we are looking at another new Batman title, Batman Universe #1, while also returning to Batman #74, The Flash #74, Event Leviathan #2 and from Marvel, we have Invisible Woman #1.