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The best comic book covers of the week – 11 August 2020

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One of my favourite new things in comic books lately, has been DC’s Tales from the Dark Multiverse. Essentially their version of Marvel’s What If? But with an even more nihilistic approach, DC’s alternate reality story have focused on some of the most defining moments within the runs of famous characters and have amplified the twisted stories within by introducing newer and darker directions for the original narrative.

We’ve seen a handful of those one-shots so far, and come November there’ll be a pair of new tales to the add to the Dark Multiverse library:

Tales From the Dark Multiverse – Flashpoint by Bryan Hitch

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Spinning out of the events of a world where a single choice by the Flash affected the entire DC Universe, find out what would have happened if Barry Allen had not put things right. If a world where the Flashpoint reality was never undone, where Thomas Wayne still haunts Gotham City as the Batman, and the Amazonian and Atlantean armies still prepare for war, will the Reverse Flash embrace this darker more deadly world and finally eclipse Barry Allen’s legacy?

Tales From the Dark Multiverse – Batman: Hush by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Dexter Soy

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In this version of the classic tale, writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson and artist Dexter Soy pose the question: What if Tommy had ruined Bruce Wayne’s life when they were children? Tommy Elliot grew up to be the Dark Prince of Gotham City with help of Talia al Ghul, Oswald Cobblepot, Harvey Dent, and Jason Todd! But vengeance is coming in the form of Batman the Silenced…who will tear Tommy’s life apart!

Both one-shots will feature cover art by David Marquez, which is a perfect segue in to the main event of the week!

Comic book covers of the week credits:

  • Batman Beyond #46 by Francis Manapul
  • DC Poster Portfolio: James Jean by James Jean
  • Dark Nights: Death Metal #3 by Doug Mahnke
  • Detective Comics #1025 by Lee Bermejo
  • Green Lantern, Season 2 #6 by Tony Daniel
  • Harley Quinn And The Birds Of Prey #3 by Ian MacDonald
  • Justice League: Odyssey #23 by Jose Ladronn
  • Superman #24 by Bryan Hitch
  • The Batman’s Grave #9 by Stephen Platt
  • The Flash #759 by In-Hyuk Lee
  • Wonder Twins Vol. 2: The Fall & Rise Of The Wonder Twins
  • Wonder Woman #760 by Joshua Middleton
  • Red Sonja: Age Of Chaos #6 by Lucio Parrillo
  • Vampirella #12 by Stephen Mooney
  • Captain Marvel #19 by Jorge Molina
  • Empyre #5 by Michael Cho
  • Ghost Spider #9 by Takeshi Miyazawa
  • Revenge Of The Cosmic Ghost Rider #5 by Scott Hepburn
  • Strange Academy #2 by Humberto Ramos
  • The Amazing Spider-Man #46 by Josemaria Casanovas
  • Venom #27 by Ryan Stegman
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Infernal Tides #5 by Max Dunbar
  • Transformers: Galaxies #8 by Anna Malkova
  • Alienated #5 by Christian Wildgoose
  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer Vol. 1 (Legacy Edition) by Nimit Malavia
  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Willow #2 by Jen Bartel
  • Something Is Killing The Children #9 by Werther Dell’edera
  • Gung-Ho #7 by Thomas Von Kummant
  • Adventureman #3 by Terry and Rachel Dodson
  • Big Girls #1 by Jason Howard
  • Excellence #9 by Taurin Clarke
  • Machimaho: I Messed Up And Made The Wrong Person Into A Magical Girl! Vol. 6 by Souryuu
  • The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess Vol. 7 by Akira Himekawa
  • Vlad Dracul #2 by Andrea Mutti
  • Undone By Blood #5 by Sami Kivela
  • Join The Future #4 by Piotr Kowalksi and Brad Simpson
  • Lola XOXO #6 by Siya Oum
  • Dryad #4 by Thomas Oleksak
  • Success Is 90% Spite by Jane Zei

Last Updated: August 11, 2020

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