Atlantean terrorists try to blow up the East Coast in Dan Abnett, Scot Eaton, Oscar Jimenez and Mark Morales' "Aquaman: Rebirth" #1.
Peter J. Tomasi, Dale Eaglesham, Scot Eaton and Wayne Faucher unleash the Super-Pretender on pre-New 52 Superman in "Action Comics" #52, but the early momentum of this storyline is fading fast.
"Batman and Robin Eternal" #26 wraps up the latest weekly Batman series, but James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder and a host of artists have curiously little tension here.
As "Batman and Robin Eternal" concluded, one hero returned, another hung up their cape and Cassandra Cain chose her new identity.
Peter J. Tomasi and a handful of artists commemorate the history of the title in "Detective Comics" #50, but it's those artists who drive the issue.
In "Batman and Robin Eternal" #17, a flashback hinted that one specific member of the Bat family is a product of Mother's conditioning program.
James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Steve Orlando, Scot Eaton and Wayne Faucher move the cast all over the place in "Batman and Robin Eternal" #4, but the pace has slowed down considerably at the moment.
Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV are set to return to weekly Bat-tales with "Batman & Robin Eternal," and a "Robin War" is looming.
With the launch of the second arc of his politics-heavy exploration of the line between super hero and villain, Joshua Dysart explains his "Imperium" goals.
After introducing the Marvel U to Nick Fury's son in "Battle Scars," CBR spoke to writer Chris Yost about another intro -- Agent Coulson from Marvel's Movie Universe -- and the series finale.
In another installment of BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS, Tim takes a look at the Captain America comics right before Ed Brubaker began his enormously-long run. Robert Kirkman superheroes, Marvel-style.
Chris Yost expands the heroic legacy of Nick Fury in "Fear Itself: Battle Scars," and in the ongoing "Scarlet Spider" the writer adds to Spider-Man's. CBR spoke to the writer about both series.