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The best comic book covers of the week – 10 September 2018

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So you want to get into comics. You’ve got a vague understanding of certain characters, but your head wants to explode when someone attempts to tell you that the current Superman is actually a survivor from the Pre-Flashpoint era whose consciousness had been split in two by Doctor Manhattan and had resulted in one half becoming the New 52 man of steel, with both halves eventually merging back together and holy heck comic books are weird sometimes.

Want a great comic book that features familiar heroes without the baggage of continuity? I’d highly recommend Injustice then. Based on the game that starred DC icons such as Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman, Injustice proposed an interesting idea: What if a video game tie-in comic book was produced, but it wasn’t crap?

The end result is fantastic stuff. It’s brave, it boldly forges its own path and the writing from Tom Taylor and Brian Bucellato is some exciting stuff with a mature spin as Batman has to save the world from its greatest hero. Superman has gone rogue, lines are drawn and the casualties of a proper civil war between heroes quickly begin to mount up in a saga that takes place over five tumultuous years.

With Injustice 2 having recently wrapped as well, there’s a ton of great reading material to dive into right there. Go grab it! And while you wait for it to pop up in your hands or on a reading tablet, here’s a look at the finest comic book covers of the week!

Detective Comics #988 by Mark Brooks

Detective Comics #988

Wonder Woman #54 by Jenny Frison

Wonder Woman #54

The Amazing Spider-Man #5 by Daryl Mandryk

The Amazing Spider-Man #5

The Wicked + The Divine #39 by Phil Jimenez

The Wicked The Divine #39

Red Hood and the Outlaws #26 by Yasmine Putri

Red Hood and the Outlaws #26

Superman #3 by Ivan Reis

Superman #3

Fantastic Four #2 by Esad Ribic

Fantastic Four #2

Oblivion Song #7 by Lorenzo De Felici

Oblivion Song #7

Catwoman #3 by Joëlle Jones

Catwoman #3

X-23 #4 by Yasmine Putri

X-23 #4

Birthright #31 by Andrei Bressan

Birthright #31

Farmhand #3 by Rob Guillory

Farmhand #3

The Weatherman #4 by Marcos Martin

The Weatherman #4

Head Lopper #9 by Alan Brown

Head Lopper #9

House of Whispers #1 by Sean Andrew Murray

House of Whispers #1

Nancy Drew #4 by Tula Lotay

Nancy Drew #4

Ninja-K #11 by Roberto de la Torre

Ninja-K #11

Volition #2 by Omar Francia

Volition #2

Voltron: Legendary Defender #3 by Mariko Yamashin

Voltron Legendary Defender #3

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Adaptation #6 by Mahmud Asrar

Star Wars The Last Jedi Adaptation #6

Last Updated: September 10, 2018


  1. Sandman? Not done by Neil Gaiman?
    Is it any good or does it shit on the originals?


    • The D

      September 10, 2018 at 17:21

      I need to hop in! I know Gaiman is overseeing the Sandman Universe project, and the talent gathered so far is *top notch*. Combine that with Vertigo’s recent return to form as envelope-pushers, and I think the future is bright.


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