“Maybe I do know what a hero looks like, after all. And she wears black and red.” After questioning whether there are still any heroes left in Gotham, including herself and the Bat family because she fears they’re upholding a status quo, Barbara Gordon decides that there are still heroes out there when she teams […]
Batman has been missing for over a week. The bat signal has been shining every night since, until the bulb blows on the eighth day. Batman’s son, Damian, stands vigil with Commissioner Gordon, wondering how his father will find his way home in Batman: The Court of Owls.
Selena, one of the original survivors from the 28 Days Later movie, is tasked with helping an American journalist named Clint Harris sneak past quarantine lines to find out more about the U.S.’s claims that they’re helping London with the restoration project after the outbreak. 28 Days Later, Vol 6: Homecoming
At the beginning of World War I, Sherlock has been dead 20 years. Moriarty doesn’t have much direction in his life now until he’s drafted by the MI5 to find Sherlock’s brother, Mycroft, which leads him down a path of intrigue that may even be beyond his expertise. Moriarty: The Dark Chamber
Hughie: “Aye, you see, that’s the thing that’s always bothered me about supes… or maybe just the idea o’ supes. All right, so you’ve got your powers, but you’ve no idea how to do what you’re doin’, have you? So why do you just–dress up like a load o’ bams and start in? I mean […]
STORM (2014) #1 Published: July 23, 2014, Marvel Comics Writer: Greg Pak “Thief. Goddess. Headmistress. Queen. The X-Man called STORM has always defied a single title. And her desire to better the world has never been limited to only her own kind. On a mission to foster goodwill and safeguard the mutant race’s continued […]