Tim Drake’s attempts to escape continue in Detective Comics, as an older version of him from an alternate reality continues to drop some bombshells – like a best friend who seemingly has never existed!
Our final look at last week’s comics sees a pair of Gotham City’s fiercest end up in Riverdale for a wacky showdown in Harley & Ivy Meet Betty & Veronica. Meanwhile, Lois Lane’s meeting with Deathstroke leads to a battle with the Man of Steel in Superman.
The latest issue of Batman gives us a lot of closure – the end of THE WAR OF JOKES AND RIDDLES, Catwoman’s answer to Batman’s proposal and maybe the last issue of Batman I pick up…
DC Comics’ two oldest series give us some insight into Mr. Oz, now revealed as Jor-El, who has been keeping tabs on heroes and villains since last year. In Action Comics, he tries to show Superman that Earth isn’t worthy of him. Over in Detective Comics, Red Robin Tim Drake tries to outmaneuver the man who has kept him a prisoner.
As we finish up this week’s books, Batman begins to wrap his tale of the War of Jokes and Riddles to Catwoman, while Lois Lane looks for an exclusive interview with Deathstroke over in Superman.
The finale of the HARD TRAVELING HERO arc takes Green Arrow from space to the Justice League Watchtower, with some very special guest stars.
The Dark Nights universe expands beyond the main book and into a series of one-shots, kicking off with the speedy Batman: The Red Death.
The second issue of DC Comics’ big summer storyline from Scott Snyder – Dark Nights: Metal – hit the stands this week, and the story is all over the place.
We finish up last week’s comics with another interlude in Batman and Dick Grayson’s battle with Spyral seemingly comes to an end in Nightwing.
Wielders of power rings make guest appearances this week, as Superman battles Sinestro and Green Arrow enlists the aid of Green Lantern Hal Jordan. And things get a little weird in the debut issue of Dastardly & Muttley.