The stakes are raised for Rolland and his group and it leads to a cliffhanger ending.
Arsenal and Green Arrow argue over their difficult relationship as assassins set their sights on the trio.
The latest issue introduces us to some characters we've already met and some new, unfamiliar faces.
The students continue to be recruited by the Hellfire Club.
The new JLA is ready to take on the Secret Society of Super Villains. At least they thought they were...
The Dark Knight plays it cool in this Halloween themed issue. And don’t tell him I said so, but there are even some laughs to be had.
Eddie Brock confronts Flash Thompson in the school, but a group of symbiote slayers rudely interrupt before they can take it outside.
Morbius finally stands up and, in a loud voice, declares ENOUGH! And he might just get by with a little help from his (not quite) friends.
Banner continues to try and think his way out of the realm of the Jotunheim while a young Thor would rather smash his way out with his new best friend.
The first three stories of DC's digital series come to print!
Mignola teams up with an incredible artistic team to deliver a story with suspense at every turn.
Although it has its flaws, this continues to be a stellar Marvel series.
Beta makes his way to the clone camp and Amelia tracks down her child.
'City Fall' begins here and you won't want to miss it. This is the time to jump on if you've been contemplating checking out the book!
A distress call is coming from the ruins of Metropolis, but is it a trap or a legitimate plea for help?
Jubilee heads back to the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning but brings an orphaned baby with her.
Just when Barry Allen thought he'd get a moment to unwind, a killer is targeting those touched by the Speed Force. Looks like the Flash won't even be fast enough to stop the deaths.
The Thing has turned human again for a short time so of course he wants to go to Yancy Street's past.
These teens aren't Titans -- they're Trillionaires. There's a new team in the DCU, and this one's right on the money.
Seeley and Norton's "rural noir" continues to bring the scary in subtle (and not-so-subtle) ways.
Last issues added a new development for the "Superior" Spider-Man. This issue we start to see some of the consequences. Plus, Spidey will soon be facing a foe he might not be ready for.
Deadpool continues to serve as Vetis' hitman, but he bumps into the Superior Spider-Man while searching for his next target!
After seeing the new members join the team and the theft of the Kryptonite Ring, things are only going to get messier for the Justice League. Plus, find out who the traitor is!
Dredd continues to investigate the machine uprising.
The tale of the First Lantern is at an end, but what is left for Kyle to pick up?
Kaine still owes the Assassins Guild a favor and they've come to collect. Their demand: kill Wolverine.
Meanwhile in Japan...the Batman vs. Talia/Leviathan story takes a pause while we catch up with another Batman Inc member. Things get a little crazy.
The All-Mother is stricken with an unknown ailment and rushed to the strangest quarantine of them all just in time for an old friend from Sif's past to make an appearance.
Kang the Conqueror continues his machinations and manipulations across the reaches of time, molding the Apocalypse Twins into a form he can make much better use of.
After a serious beating, Matt deduces the identity of the man who has been tormenting him.
Orion and Superman square off in one epic battle.
Step aside, Turtles and Shredder! This issue gives Baxter Stockman a chance to shine!
The Others appear in their own stand alone story as they try to recover Atlantian weapons!
Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray team-up for a story about a deep sea mission that goes terribly wrong.
Thor, Hyperion and Spider-Man take on the great responsibility of teaching the Savage Land children.
Some of the biggest names in comics band together to create an anthology in support of the Occupy Movement.
Sheriff Booster Gold and Jonah Hex head to an encampment to get back a town's gold.
Mignola and Arcudi team up for this one shot that will leave you guessing at every turn.
It's the conclusion of Peter Milligan's run! Picking up after the final battle with the First Lantern, Atrocitus finally feels... peace
How do you end a nine year run? Geoff Johns does it in a massive issue with action, twists, deaths and possibly even tears...from the reader.
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