SPOILERS: Dark Nights: Metal #1

I feel confident in saying this is the best thing DC has put out in years.

SPOILERS: Batman #29

All the villains had dinner, and no one died. Successes?

SPOILERS: Nightwing #27

Hey look, it's a Spyral reunion.

SPOILERS: Batwoman #6

Turns out Batwoman joining the Colony isn't exactly what you'd think.

SPOILERS: Detective Comics #962

Uh oh, Azrael has gone crazy again.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Death of the Family Checklist


So, we've known which books were going to tie into the "Death of the Family" event (as well as just finding out Detective is involved to) but there had been no word on how many issues each series would dedicate to the event... UNTIL NOW!

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Yep, that emphasis was not needed. Short end of it is that like Nightwing in "Night of the Owls," a lot of these books will have more than one issue with their given characters squaring off with the Joker, which is fine by me... sucks for everyone's wallets though.

Hit the jump for the full checklist.

October:
  • Batman #13
  • Batgirl #13 (Prelude)
  • Catwoman #13 (Prelude)
November:
  • Batman #14
  • Batgirl #14
  • Catwoman #14
  • Suicide Squad #14
December: 
  • Batman #15
  • Batman and Robin #15
  • Detective Comics #15
  • Batgirl #15
  • Nightwing #15
  • Red Hood and the Outlaws #15
  • Suicide Squad #15
  • Teen Titans #15
January:
  • Batman #16
  • Batman and Robin #16
  • Detective Comics #16
  • Batgirl #16
  • Nightwing #16
  • Red Hood and the Outlaws #16
  • Teen Titans #16
February: 
  • Batman #17

1 comment :

  1. Snyder & Co knocked it out of the park with the Owls cross-over. So, until they produce something as awful as War Games, all the titles will get my money!

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