Subway Shorts – Crossovers and Clashes

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.

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Geekery Saturday – NYCC Edition

With new information coming out of New York City’s Javits Center about every other minute this weekend during New York Comic Con, let’s take a look at some of the more exciting items that have been announced so far.

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Subway Shorts – The Great and Powerful Oz

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.

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Superman Saves Immigrants; The Right Is Not Pleased

Superman’s saving of a group of immigrants caused a Fox News radio host to lose his mind over his being a “propaganda tool for the defenders of illegal aliens.”

And I thought it was going to be the reveal of the mysterious Mr. Oz that was going to have people talking in that issue.

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WTF: Metal Continues To Be A Bit Mental

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.

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