Comic Books

DC Comics for September 11th, 2019

DC rolls out Gotham City Monsters and The Riddler: Year of the Villain this week as well as the latest Detective Comics, Justice League Odyssey, and Wonder Woman.

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Batman #76 (Tony S. Daniel 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Batman #77 (Tony S. Daniel 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Batman #78 (Cover A Tony S. Daniel), $3.99
Batman #78 (Cover B Clay Mann), $3.99
Batman And The Outsiders #5 (Cover A Tyler Kirkham), $3.99
Batman And The Outsiders #5 (Cover B Kevin Nowland), $3.99
Batman Eternal Omnibus HC, $125.00
Batman Hush TP (New Edition), $29.99
Batman The Killing Joke Deluxe Edition HC (New Edition), $17.99
Batman Universe #3 (Of 6), $4.99
Batman Volume 10 Knightmares TP, $17.99
Catwoman #15 (Cover A Joelle Jones), $3.99
Catwoman #15 (Cover B Stanley Artgerm Lau Card Stock Variant), $4.99
Collapser #3 (Of 6), $3.99
Detective Comics #1011 (Cover A Guillem March), $3.99
Detective Comics #1011 (Cover B Bryan Hitch), $3.99
Dollar Comics Batman #608, $1.00
Event Leviathan #4 (Of 6)(Cover A Alex Maleev), $3.99
Event Leviathan #4 (Of 6)(Cover B Kaare Andrews Card Stock Variant), $4.99
Flash #78 (Cover A Rafa Sandoval & Jordi Tarragona), $3.99
Flash #78 (Cover B Paolo Pantalena), $3.99
Gotham City Monsters #1 (Of 6)(Cover A Philip Tan), $3.99
Gotham City Monsters #1 (Of 6)(Cover B Frank Cho), $3.99
Hawkman #16 (Cover A Pat Olliffe & Tom Palmer), $3.99
Hawkman #16 (Cover B In-Hyuk Lee), AR
House Of Whispers #13, $3.99
Justice League Odyssey #13 (Cover A Will Conrad), $3.99
Justice League Odyssey #13 (Cover B Lucio Parrillo), AR
Riddler Year Of The Villain #1, $4.99
Transmetropolitan Volume 2 TP, $29.99
Wonder Twins #7 (Of 12)(Cover A Stephen Byrne), $3.99
Wonder Woman #78 (Cover A Jesus Merino), $3.99
Wonder Woman #78 (Cover B Jenny Frison), AR
Young Justice #8 (Cover A John Timms), $3.99
Young Justice #8 (Cover B Jonboy Meyers Card Stock Variant), AR

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Gotham City Monsters #1 (DC Comics)

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