Hello readers! This article will mark the first in a monthly piece on new comic books released each month. Every month, I’ll cover a few comics from the major publishing companies that I think fans of our site will enjoy picking up. This month, we have some exciting science fiction stories, including one that ties into the upcoming game Cyberpunk 2077 with Trauma Team #2. We also have a light-hear...
It’s time for March’s Comic Roundup! Optimus Prime versus the Terminator, IDW asks who you got in their latest crossover. Detective Spider-Man is on the case in Spider-Man Noir. Will Batman die a villain or be the hero Gotham needs one last time – the finale to Batman: Curse of the White Knight!
New Year, New Round Up! Donny Cates gets his dream job, as he takes the mantle on THOR! Tom King has closed his Batman run enter the blazing hot James Tynion IV. Wonder Woman celebrates her 750th anniversary issue. Ice Cream Man pays tribute to the most iconic cover in comics.
DC finally answers the question “Who is Leviathan” while Batman is inside the head of a dead man, will he survive to solve the case? The final new series for phase one of Dawn of X has arrived. Boom! Studios has done it again, another issues #1 going to 3rd printing before releasing!
30 years ago the United States of America built a wall cutting it off from the world. Scott Snyder takes us beyond the wall to see what mysteries lie behind it. Dawn of X continues with two books this week, X-Force and the Hickman scribed New Mutants. Brian Michael Bendis brings together the greatest lineup of heroes in comic book history.
J.J. Abrams and son Henry team up to create an original Spider-Man adventure! Cobra will not stop, and it’s time for some new recruits to join G.I. Joe! Invasions and strange happenings in Dangerfield, AZ but it appears that only five misfit kids and Peacemaker have noticed! Welcome to this week’s Comic Roundup!
After such an amazing launch of Once & Future, Boom! Studios drops Something is Killing the Children #1 one today, which is seeing such great order numbers that it has already gone to 4th print. It is now currently ranked as the highest-selling series debut in Boom’s history. After reading the 1st issue, I can see why.