John Ridley’s take on Tim Fox as The Next Batman has been one of the biggest success stories from DC Future State, and readers are about to learn a lot more about the character and his future in the current DC Universe.
The phrase “Clone Saga” is capable of eliciting extreme responses from fans of any iteration of the webbed wallcrawler, particularly those who followed Peter Parker’s adventures in 1994.
Spinning out of the King in Black event series, writers Jason Aaron and Torunn Grønbekk and artist Mattia de Iulis reassemble Asgard’s Valkyries for a mission coordinated by the noble Jane Foster, and the always contrary Loki this April.
The second new comic book day of the new year continues DC Comics Future State event, one of Marvel’s perennial hits, a tribute to the architect of the Uncanny X-Men, and a satirical take on Superman from Ahoy Comics.
Not only are Louise and Walter Simonson returning to their memorable stint on X-Factor with X-Men Legends #3, but just in case you missed their initial run, the X-Factor: Angel of Death Epic Collection will help you fill in the blanks this April.
What some fans may not realize is that Marvel released a host of other titles in that very same month back in 1961, with Fantastic Four being the only super hero title available from the company at the time.