• Detective Comics 967 Featured News 

    Exclusive Preview: “Detective Comics” #967

    By | October 23rd, 2017
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    ‘A Lonely Place of Living’ has been the rare arc that is both totally inviting to new readers and a treasure trove of Easter eggs and history for those that have been following these characters for decades. With Tim Drake meeting his future self last issue, this issue, the third installment of the arc, seemingly sets up the Tim/Bruce reunion that we’ve been waiting for quite some time for. Alvaro Martinez, taking over for Eddy Barrows, really dialed up the intensity of his pencils, letting the emotion of James Tynion IV’s scripts drip off the page, letting each moment ache with meaning. We are thrilled to share an exclusive first look at the issue, which hits shelves on October 25th.

    Cover by Eddy Barrows
    Written by James Tynion IV
    Penciled by Alvaro Martinez
    Inked by Raul Fernandez
    Colored by Tomeu Morey & Jean Francois Bealieu
    Lettered by Sal Cipriano

    “A LONELY PLACE OF LIVING” part three! It’s a race to save the future of Tim and his team as Red Robin tries to escape his prison outside of time and find his way back to Earth.

    Thanks to DC for the preview, and make sure to pick up the issue on Wednesday!

    Variant Cover by Rafael Albuquerque

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  • Detective Comics 968 Featured Previews
    Exclusive Preview: “Detective Comics” #968

    By | Nov 6, 2017 | Previews

    Tim Drake is back – and this is a cause for celebration.But more than that, ‘A Lonely Place of Living’ deserves praise for bringing him back through a compelling story that allows for high concepts, emotional reunions, future storyline teases, and some serious action. Future Tim Drake is still here, he still wants to kill […]

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