Comic Books

DC Comics for July 24th, 2019

This week sees the DC premiere of Batman: Curse of the White Knight with the newest Action Comics, Detective Comics, The Flash, and Wonder Woman also among the offerings.


Action Comics #1013 (Cover A Jamal Campbell), $3.99 
Action Comics #1013 (Cover B Frank Quitely Card Stock Variant), AR
Batgirl #37 (Cover A Giuseppe Camuncoli & Cam Smith), $3.99 
Batgirl #37 (Cover B Joshua Middleton Card Stock Variant), AR
Batman Beyond #34 (Cover A Chris Samnee), $3.99 
Batman Beyond #34 (Cover B Kaare Andrews), AR
Batman Beyond Volume 5 The Final Joke TP, $16.99
Batman Curse Of The White Knight #1 (Of 8)(Cover A Sean Murphy), $4.99 
Batman Curse Of The White Knight #1 (Of 8)(Cover B Sean Murphy), AR
Books Of Magic #10, $3.99 
DC Universe The Bronze Age Omnibus By Jack Kirby HC, $150.00
Detective Comics #1008 (Cover A Doug Mahnke & Jaime Mendoza), $3.99 
Detective Comics #1008 (Cover B Bryan Hitch Card Stock Variant), AR
Dial H For Hero #5 (Of 12), $3.99 
Flash #75 (Cover A Howard Porter), $4.99 
Flash #75 (Cover B Francis Manapul Card Stock Variant), AR
Freedom Fighters #7 (Of 12), $3.99 
Hellblazer Volume 21 The Laughing Magician TP, $24.99
House Of Whispers Volume 1 The Power Divided TP, $16.99
Justice League Dark #13 (Cover A Guillem March), $3.99 
Justice League Dark #13 (Cover B Dan Quintana Card Stock Variant), AR
Looney Tunes #250, $2.99 
Martian Manhunter #7 (Of 12)(Cover A Riley Rossmo), $3.99 
Martian Manhunter #7 (Of 12)(Cover B Joshua Middleton), AR
Scooby-Doo Team-Up #49, $2.99 
Superman Year One #1 (Of 3)(John Romita Jr. & Danny Miki 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $7.99
Terrifics #18 (Cover A Dan Mora), $3.99 
Terrifics #18 (Cover B Ricardo Federici Card Stock Variant), AR
Wonder Woman #75 (Cover A Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson ), $4.99 
Wonder Woman #75 (Cover B Jenny Frison Card Stock Variant), AR

Listing courtesy of ComicList.

Batman: Curse of The White Knight #1 (DC Comics)

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Hailing from the Chicagoland area, Greg brings over three decades of comic book fandom to the fore as TGG’s resident comics expert. From tackling Golden and Silver Age titles to the latest projects on the horizon, he provides an “every fan’s” look at the industry; be it from the reader or publisher’s perspective.

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