This week marks the beginning for the third issues in DC Comics’ New 52, and thanks to Comic Book Resources we have a look at the third issue of Tony Daniel’s spectacular Detective Comics. Hit the jump to check it out.
And now we come to our final preview of the final week of issue #2 releases for DC Comics’ New 52. Courtesy of The Source we have a preview of Scott Lobdell and Brett Booth’s Teen Titans #2, which so far has been one of my favorite books of the relaunch, after the jump.
We’re continuing our look at the final week of issue #2s in the New 52 lineup, moving on now with Superman #2 by George Perez and Jesus Merino. Check out the preview from The Source after the jump.
As I’m sure you’re aware by now, the last batch of issue #2s in DC Comics’ New 52 drop tomorrow, and thanks to The Source we have a bunch of previews to show you. Hit the jump for a look at The New Guardians #2 by Tony Bedard and Tyler Kirkham.
Tomorrow is new comic day, and this week means the last batch of issue #2s for the New 52. We have a ton of new previews courtesy of The Source, and next up is a five page look at a seriously roided-out Dent in Paul Jenkins and David Finch’s The Dark Knight #2. Hit the jump to check it out.
The final batch of New 52 issue #2s come in this week, and courtesy of The Source we have a ton of five page previews. First up is this preview from Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis’ Aquaman #2, which shows exactly why you don’t want to call Mera a mermaid. Hit the jump to check it out.
This week will mark the final week of the New 52 issue #2 releases, and over at The Source they seem to be keeping up the habit of releasing some cool little 5 page previews. Next up is Justice League Dark, and features Zatanna doing some old school Detective Comics style investigating. Hit the jump to check out the preview.
Man, it’s a good day for comic previews. Earlier today we featured Rolling Stone’s exclusive preview of Justice League #2, and now thanks to MTV we have a preview of coming events in yet another phenomenal relaunch title, and one of my personal favorites, Nightwing #2. Hit the jump to check it out.