Comic Books

DC Comics for October 23rd, 2019

Plenty of DC goodness this week including the latest Action Comics, Books of Magic, Dial H for Hero, Justice League Dark, and Wonder Woman.


Action Comics #1016 (Cover A Jamal Campbell), $3.99
Action Comics #1016 (Cover B Bryan Hitch), AR
American Carnage TP, $19.99
Aquaman Annual #2, $4.99
Batgirl #40 (Cover A Carmine Di Giandomenico), $3.99
Batgirl #40 (Cover B Javi Fernandez), AR
Batman Beyond #37 (Cover A Lee Weeks), $3.99
Batman Beyond #37 (Cover B Francis Manapul), AR
Batman Curse Of The White Knight #4 (Of 8)(Cover A Sean Murphy), $4.99
Batman Curse Of The White Knight #4 (Of 8)(Cover B Sean Murphy), AR
Batman Superman #3 (Cover A David Marquez), $3.99
Batman Superman #3 (Cover B Paolo Pantalena), AR
Black Adam Year Of The Villain #1, $4.99
Black Canary Ignite TP (DC Zoom), $9.99
Books Of Magic #13, $3.99
Detective Comics #1014 (Cover A Doug Mahnke), $3.99
Detective Comics #1014 (Cover B Paul Pope Card Stock Variant), AR
Dial H For Hero #8 (Of 12), $3.99
Dollar Comics Swamp Thing #1, $1.00
Flash #81 (Cover A Rafael Sandoval), $3.99
Flash #81 (Cover B Guillem March), AR
Freedom Fighters #10 (Of 12), $3.99
Hex Wives TP, $16.99
Justice League Dark #16 (Cover A Yanick Paquette), $3.99
Justice League Dark #16 (Cover B Toni Infante), AR
Martian Manhunter #9 (Of 12)(Cover A Riley Rossmo), $3.99
Martian Manhunter #9 (Of 12)(Cover B Joshua Middleton), AR
Naomi Season One HC, $19.99
Red Hood Outlaw #39 (Cover A Kenneth Rocafort), $3.99
Red Hood Outlaw #39 (Cover B Karl Mostert), AR
Super Sons Volume 2 The Foxglove Mission TP (DC Zoom), $9.99
Swamp Thing Giant #1, $4.99
Teen Titans Volume 2 Turn It Up TP, $16.99
Terrifics #21 (Cover A Dan Mora), $3.99
Terrifics #21 (Cover B Tony Shasteen), AR
Wonder Woman #81 (Cover A Yanick Paquette), $3.99
Wonder Woman #81 (Cover B Jenny Frison), AR
Wonder Woman Volume 1 The Just War HC, $24.99
Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus HC, $150.00

Listing courtesy of ComicList.

Wonder Woman #81 (DC Comics)

Show More

Greg McAleer

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.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button