From the streets of Gotham to the far reaches of the Multiverse, these are the best comic book covers of the week!
The best Batman and the definitive Superman are coming back, this time to the digital printed page of DC Comics.
Going undercover to learn more about the sudden appearance of the transhumanist Unsanity Collective, Batman meets Miracle Molly, the Collective's second-in-command and a full-blown engineering genius that can repair any kind of tech.
The new vision for the DC Universe, which can be summed up as get bent continuity, kicks off in Infinite Frontier #0, a 64-page anthology one-shot "setting the stage for new storylines, surprises, and mysteries unfolding over this year and beyond," according to the publisher.
Tony Stark never built his signature suit of armour, Thor’s an atheist with a grudge against hammers, and Captain America is still frozen in ice as no Avengers team managed to locate and thaw the star-spangled hero from his cryogenic slumber. That doesn’t mean that there isn’t a superteam ready to save the day though!
A spooky European village. Properly scary castle mania. Vampires. Werewolves! The only thing more frightening, is a glimpse at your empty bank account when it comes to deciding whether or not you can grab Resident Evil Village this month. Capcom's successor to its long-running survival-horror franchise is finally out, and if you've read our review then you know the game is a winner on multiple levels.
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