The latest episode of “DC All Access” debuts today with plenty of Halloween costume-clad craziness, an excellent new giveaway, and much, much more.
This week, hosts Blair Herter and Tiffany Smith bring us some awesome news and updates about the Bat-books, introduce us to the startling Atomic Green Lantern from Infinite Crisis, offer up an early look at this week’s new Vampire Diaries comic, and take a jaunt through the rarely-glimpsed DC Graveyard.
Actually, it’s not all that scary, but it is unequivocally cool. Check it out:
If you’ve spent much time in your local comic book shop this month (or certainly if you’ve visited us here at VertigoComics.com), then you’ve likely heard a lot about The Sandman. Debuting in 1988, The Sandman is Neil Gaiman’s groundbreaking fantasy comic that for 75 issues and 25 years has drawn critical acclaim and new comic book readers, while influencing an entire generation of comic book writers and artists. By all measurements and standards, it’s a must-read. Especially with the debut of the eagerly awaited The Sandman: Overture #1 just a few days away.
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This morning, BUZZFEED posted the first five pages of the highly anticipated debut of THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE by New York Times bestselling writer Neil Gaiman and artist J.H. Williams III.
Head on over to BUZZFEED to read it and get ready to pick up a copy of issue #1 when it lands in stores tomorrow or check it out digitally.
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SPOILER ALERT: The following contains plot points from Saturday’s Justice League Beyond 2.0 #6. Read at your own risk!
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Hey there, Beyonders! This week’s blog post covers both JLB 2.0 #5 and #6, so welcome back for a special double duty edition of BEYOND THE SCENES!
This month, BATMAN AND TWO-FACE launched an exciting new story arc in issue #24.
In November’s issue #25, Erin McKillen turns to her childhood friend, Bruce Wayne, to protect her from the wrath of Two-Face. Having been the person who scarred Harvey Dent, McKillen fears that her life is danger.