SPOILERS: Batman #35

This was the best Batman and Robin issue from 8 years back, that we've gotten in a while.

SPOILERS: Nightwing #33

Give everyone steroids, I'm sure that'll turn out well.

SPOILERS: Justice League #33

I don't know, Cyborg did a thing? Now we're back to where it began as if nothing happened...

SPOILERS: Batman: Lost #1

This issue is the equivalent of looking in the mirror and saying Grant Morrison's name three times.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Detective Comics joining Death of the Family?


If you remember, Detective Comics wasn't originally going to be part of the "Night of the Owls" crossover, but then all the sudden, it was!

Flash forward a few months, and the same may be true for "Death of the Family," as the title hadn't been mentioned as involved prior to today. Over at Newsarama, they have a story about how "Death of the Family" cross over issues will come with a die-cut cardboard cover, because DC obviously has to do something about Marvel Now books each having 27 and a 1/2 variant covers. Among the #15 issues listed, Detective Comics was named.

Now, sometimes people just misread and thus, misreport news like this. With many books listed, it can sometimes be easy to make a mistake, but Newsarama goes further to single out Detective Comics #15 of having a cover also drawn by Capullo. Listing it twice might be indication of this being legit.

Should find out Monday when solicits hit... for real this time.

(Source: Newsarama)

2 comments :

  1. Ok, I'm new to comics, so what exactly is a die cut cardboard cover?

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    1. I believe in this case, it's a cardstock slip cover for the issues.

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