Dark Crisis: Big Bang #1A
After the monumental events of Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #4, Pariah has successfully resurrected the infinite Multiverse…and all of reality is still reeling from the event. Join Doctor Multiverse on a haunting journey through these newly re-formed realities, from The Jurassic League to DC: Mech…from Dark Knights of Steel to Batman ’89 and back again…in a guest-star-galore all-new epic by comics legend and DC architect Mark Waid!
Writer: Mark Waid
Penciller: Dan Jurgens
Inker: Norm Rapmund
Colorist: Federico Blee
Cover Artist: Mikel Janín | Nathan Szerdy | Crystal Kung | Freddie Williams II | Ariel Colon
Editor in Chief: Marie Javins
Danger Street #1A
Joining the Justice League is a goal for any superhero, but what happens when a quest for membership takes a sinister turn? Join Starman, Metamorpho, and Warlord as they look to prove themselves worthy by summoning and defeating Darkseid in battle. Soon they’ll learn that calling upon a New God never ends well, and their world is headed for a crisis as a result! The journey to save the day will be a treacherous one filled with princesses, knights, and all kinds of monsters. Each person the heroes encounter plays a crucial role in this sprawling yet gripping narrative that is a little bit silly, a whole lot dark, and completely cool. Expect the unexpected with a supporting cast featuring Manhunter, Lady Copy, the Green Team, and the Creeper! Inspired by the heroes and villains of 1st Issue Special, Tom King and Jorge Fornes (Rorschach) return for an unforgettable maxiseries that reimagines these characters and their stories. A multi-character, multilayered crime drama starring some of DC’s most obscure creations. No one will see it coming, but everyone will want to see where it goes!
Writer: Tom King
Artist: Jorge Fornés
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Cover Artist: Jorge Fornés
Editor: Chris Conroy
Editor in Chief: Marie Javins
Origins of Marvel Comics: Marvel Tales #1A
Four of the cornerstone issues that ushered in the Marvel Age of Comics in one unbeatable package! In FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #1, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby changed everything, introducing Reed Richards, Ben Grimm, and Susan and Johnny Storm – and sending them on the ill-fated rocket trip that transformed them into the Fantastic Four! In AMAZING FANTASY (1962) #15, Lee joined another legend, Steve Ditko, to spin a tale of power and responsibility featuring teen wallflower Peter Parker?the icon-in-the-making named Spider-Man! In X-MEN (1963) #1, Lee and Kirby created a new breed of hero _ the X-Men, whose mutant abilities are a gift they’re born with?or is that a curse? And in AVENGERS (1963) #1, they united Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, Ant-Man and the Wasp in battle with Loki… and, lo, the Avengers were formed! All Ages
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciller: Steve Ditko | Jack Kirby
Inker: George Klein | Paul Reinman | Frank Giacoia | Sol Brodsky | Richard Bache Ayers
Letterer: Sam Rosen | Artie Simek
Cover Artist: Nick Bradshaw
Editor in Chief: C.B. Cebulski
Starman Compendium One
When the original Starman’s old foe the Mist continues an old vendetta, Jack Knight is forced into a role he’s spent his whole life denying: Jack will have to pick up Starman’s Cosmic Rod. Soon Jack finds himself flung into a life he never wanted for himself…but it just might be his destiny! Watch Starman go up against the Mist, the Shade, and even Captain Marvel! Starman Compendium One collects Starman #0-42, Starman 80-Page Giant #1, Starman Annual #1-2, Starman Secret Files #1, Showcase ’95 #12, Showcase ’96 #4-5, The Power of SHAZAM! #35-36, and The Shade #1-4.
Starman Compendium Two
Who will continue the Starman lineage and carry the Cosmic Rod? And who will protect Opal City?
Starman Compendium 2 includes thrilling tales of both Jack Knight’s time as Starman and Ted Knight’s time in the role. These action-packed adventures include some familiar faces like Batman and The Shade—as well as some unexpected friends, like Hellboy?!
Find out who else will make an appearance in this incredible collection, including favorites from All-Star Comics 80-Page Giant #1, Batman/Hellboy/Starman#1-2, JSA All-Stars #4, Starman#43-81, Starman #1 (1998), Starman/Congorilla #1, Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #0, and The Shade #1-12!
Superman: Son of Kal-El #18A
“KAL-EL RETURNS” PART 6! THE RISE OF RED SIN! With the landmark Action Comics #1050 just around the corner, prepare for the ultimate battle between Superman and Lex Luthor as Clark and Jon continue their intensive training. But will it be enough to overcome the mysterious new villain calling themselves Red Sin?
Writer: Tom Taylor
Penciller: Cian Tormey
Inker Scott: Hanna | Ruairi Coleman
Colorist: Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Cover Artist: Travis Moore
Editor: Paul Kaminski
Editor in Chief: Marie Javins
Unbreakable Red Sonja #2A
Sonja and her unexpected new companion struggle to stay ahead of unnatural horrors hunting them on the open road but, if they can’t find a way to trust each other, their quest will be lost before it’s barely begun… As we head toward 2023, the 50th anniversary of the She-Devil With a Sword, Dynamite’s newest sweeping story of sword & sorcery high adventure continues from writer Jim Zub (Conan the Barbarian, Dungeons & Dragons, Avengers) and artist Giovanni Valletta (John Wick, James Bond)!
Writer: Jim Zub
Artist: Giovanni Valletta
Cover Artist: Lucio Parrillo
Wonder Woman #794A
After rescuing the Cheetah from the clutches of the evil International Milk Company, Wonder Woman must set her sights on the real monsters behind it all…the gods! The gods of fear and panic, Phobos and Deimos, have been having a little too much fun controlling the minds of men, and the world has started to suffer the consequences. Diana is going to need a fellow expert on deities to save the day, but you’ll never guess who!
Writer: Becky Cloonan | Michael Conrad
Artist: Jordie Bellaire | Colorist Writer
Colorist: Emanuela Lupacchino
Letterer: Paulina Ganucheau | Kendall Goode
Cover Artist: Yanick Paquette
Editor: Jordan Kotzebue
Editor in Chief: Brittany Holzherr
Born and raised in the sparsely populated Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Jon Maki developed an enduring love for comics at an early age.