SERIES FINALE! The end of an era! A tale of triumph and tragedy! The GREEN GOBLIN unmasked! A hero reborn! But what does this mean for OTTO OCTAVIUS?! There’s only one man who can save us from the Goblin Nation? PETER PARKER: The one, true SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN!
Everything up till this point was chance and fate– but now it’s decided. Dawn’s earned her spot on the board and she the Surfer are going to explore the universe together. And what better place to start than Planet Prime, the most perfect planet in the entire Universe? – Perfect food, perfect music, and… oh, right… the PERFECT SOLDIER– out to stop any possible alien threat that might set foot on his world. – What chance does the Surfer have against WARRIOR ONE, the deadliest combatant in all of creation?!
– Any old heroes can save the day. The Surfer and Dawn are out to save the day AFTER. – As everything goes kablooey, find out why the fate of every possible tomorrow rests… in a wind-up toy monkey. – No. Really. One of those creepy things with the cymbals. – Also, after 48 years in comics, one of the most under appreciated characters in the entire Marvel Universe FINALLY gets a name. Have your handbooks ready!
Once upon a time, Gwen’s biggest concerns were finding a brain to snack on and worrying whether her boyfriend would find out she was a zombie. Now, with undead secret agents and monster hunters teaming up to stop a mad scientist from bringing about the end of the world, and her friends stuck right in the middle of it, Gwen has bigger problems on her hands. But can a girl help save the world without losing everything in the world she loves?
England swings and so does the Dynamic Duo in this historic pairing of two of the hippest shows from 1960s television. DC Comics and BOOM! Studios join forces to bring these iconic characters together for the first time!
As Bruce Wayne shows the beautiful head of a UK electronics company the sights of Gotham, they are interrupted by the felonious feline Catwoman! Unwilling to leave Miss Michaela Gough unprotected, Bruce resigns himself to the fact that Batman cannot save the day. But some new players have arrived in town-though even as the lovely, catsuit-clad Mrs. Peel and her comrade John Steed take control of the situation, nefarious plots continue apace!
Two villains from Batman’s classic Rogues Gallery get the ’66 treatment in two separate stories! First, Hilda, aunt of Marsha Queen of Diamonds, messes with forces beyond her control and brings forth Solomon Grundy. Then, when False Face goes looking for a shape-shifting formula, he ends up creating Clayface!
(This issue establishes that False Face and Clayface were the same man, Basil Karlo. Throne Labs, which developed the skin regeneration formula, is a nod to actor Malachi Throne, who played False Face in the television series).
Lord Marmaduke Ffogg has come to Gotham City, and he’s brought a bit of old Londinium with him. Specifically, some of that city’s famous fog! But this is no normal fog. His malicious mist may just find the entire populace saying ‘Gor Blimey!’ Can Batman and Robin see their way clear to stop this cloudy culprit in time, or will the city swing like a pendulum, too?
A new hit TV show based on Batman’s crime fighting exploits is on the air, but it hardly meets with the Caped Crusader’s approval. And the show’s producer has more in mind than just high ratings! A set visit from Batman and Robin reveals the producer’s true agenda and puts all of the action behind the cameras in this story by guest writer Gabriel Soria.