Preview: Detective Comics #968 by Tynion IV & Martinez (DC)

Detective Comics #968 Preview (DC)

Detective Comics #968


Here’s a short preview of Detective Comics #968 by writer James Tynion IV & artist Alvaro Martinez, on sale November 8th, 2017 from DC Comics.

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“Batwoman Begins” Starts in January from DC Comics


Detective Comics #948


Batwoman Begins,” a brand new storyline written by James Tynion IV and Marguerite Bennett, runs through Detective Comics, Batwoman: Rebirth, and Batwoman, starting in January 2017 from DC Comics.

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Adult Coloring Book Variant Covers Coming From DC Comics

Adult Coloring Book Variant Covers Arrive In January!

Green Arrow #48

DC Comics has jumped on the Adult Coloring Book craze with several variant covers on their books shipping in January.

Here’s your first look at a few variant covers they’re offering: Action Comics #48, Detective Comics #48, Green Arrow #48, and Green Lantern #48.

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Classic Comic Book Page – Detective Comics #443 by Walt Simonson

Detective Comics #443 by Walt Simonson

Detective Comics #443 Manhunter

Welcome to the Classic Comic Book Page! We scour our memories and hundreds of comic book issues to bring you pages that we think are classics.

Today we have a page from Detective Comics #443 “Gotterdammerung” (Nov. 1974) written by Archie Goodwin & illustrated, colored, & partially lettered by Walt Simonson.

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Preview of Detective Comics #1 (2011) by Tony Daniel


DC Comics has been spreading out the previews to their New 52 titles among different news outlets, this time it’s USA Today – getting the preview for Detective Comics #1 by Tony Daniel. Detective Comics #1 is the first Batman title to be published and will be followed by Batman #1, Batman and Robin #1, and Batman: Dark Knight #1 in subsequent weeks.

Daniel says his Batman will emphasize the “detective” part of the character.

"It allows me to do some edgier stories. We’re concentrating on serial killers and real bad guys in Gotham City— the scum of the earth — so I get to have a really good film-noir vibe going on with the character: dark, gritty, intense story lines that wouldn’t have felt right with the more superhero-y Batman comic."


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