Writer: Greg Pak
Artist: Karl Kerschl, Tom Derenick, Daniel Sampere
Here’s the issue that surprised everybody as it’s the fourth part of the Doomed crossover when in fact that honor was supposed to go to Superman #31.
This is one of the few times in which the movie is better than the comic.
Developer: Red Barrels Games
Publisher: Red Barrels Games
Systems: PC/PlayStation 4
Rating: Mature (17+)
Prepare your mind for another dark adventure into the evil and twisted Mount Massive Asylum.
Writer: Jeff Lemire
Artist: Mike McKone
Jeff Lemire and Mike Mckone deliver the second issue to the sequel of the (soon to be completed) Justice League of America series.
There’s a ton of entertaining anime out there, but sometimes we start a new series that’s way too long only to feel let down by it’s ending. Here are a few anime miniseries that are not only great watches, but also easy to get into.
Writer: Robert Kirkman
Artist: Charlie Adlard
If you thought you knew what was going to happen in this issue after the events of All Out War – you’re wrong.
When I was 3 years old, my mom and dad took me to see my first movie in theaters
Writer: Jeff Lemire, Brian Azzarello, Dan Jurgens, Keith Griffen
Artist: Dan Green, Jesus Merino
One of the craziest books on the market gets even crazier as our heroes have to deal with the death of one of DC Universe’s greatest heroes
Writer: Gerry Duggan
Artist: Scott Koblish
Everybody’s favorite degenerate regenerate, the merc with the mouth, the crimson comedian, Wade Winston Wilson aka Deadpool finds himself within another wacky happenstance in this issue.
Writer: Greg Pak
Author: Aaron Kuder
After the shocking events of Superman: Doomed #1, Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder begin the first part of the Superman: Infected crossover.