"The most terrifying comic you've ever read." -MTV News
When the Rooks family moves to the remote town of Litchfield, NH to escape a haunting trauma, they're hopeful about starting over. But something evil is waiting for them in the woods just beyond town. Watching from the trees. Ancient...and hungry. Collects WYTCHES #1-6.
More praise for WYTCHES:
"Dark and brutal, Wytches are like nothing horror fans have ever seen" -USA Today
"In Wytches, the Image Comics series Snyder co-created with the superstar art team of Jock and Matt Hollingsworth, the writer isn't just completely reinventing witches--through the story of the Rook family's dealings with the titular monsters, he's diving deep into very real fears about being a parent, and the ugliness that hides in all of us." -Entertainment Weekly
"An awesome and at times terrifying tale." -IGN
"A great read.... the art is outstanding and certain panels may give you nightmares." -iO9
"If you read the first 4 pages of WYTCHES, there's no turning back. Scary as fuck and impossible to put down. Bravo." -Joe Hill, Locke & Key
"Monumental." -Bloody Disgusting
"Snyder has tackled horror before, but Wytches sets out to be an entirely new level of scary. Aside from the fact that the monsters in the book are terrifying (artist Jock has done an amazing job realizing the creatures), Snyder's vision of witchcraft is as much about the deepest fears parents face as it is about spooky monsters in the woods." -Complex Magazine
Following his ground-breaking, critically acclaimed run on Detective Comics, writer Scott Snyder (American Vampire) alongside artist Greg Capullo (Spawn) begins a new era of The Dark Knight with the relaunch of Batman, as a part of DC Comics—The New 52!
After a series of brutal murders rocks Gotham City, Batman begins to realize that perhaps these crimes go far deeper than appearances suggest. As the Caped Crusader begins to unravel this deadly mystery, he discovers a conspiracy going back to his youth and beyond to the origins of the city he's sworn to protect. Could the Court of Owls, once thought to be nothing more than an urban legend, be behind the crime and corruption? Or is Bruce Wayne losing his grip on sanity and falling prey to the pressures of his war on crime?
Superman and Batman are usually allies, but when they do have to go toe-to-toe, it’s the ultimate battle of brains versus brawn! Can an ordinary man take down an opponent with the power of a god? Can even superpowers prevail against a tactical genius who is never less than ten steps ahead?
From all-star comic talents Frank Miller, Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, Jeph Loeb, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and more, these stories tackle the oldest fan debate in comics: Who would win—Superman or Batman? Collects stories from JUSTICE LEAGUE #2, BATMAN #612, SUPERMAN/BATMAN #78, BATMAN #35-36, BATMAN: THE DARK NIGHT RETURNS #4 and MAN OF STEEL #4.
Before the era of superheroes began—before the Batman spread his wings to protect the innocent and punish evil—Gotham City's prodigal son, Bruce Wayne, had been missing for years. But this was exactly the cover of darkness Bruce needed. Patrolling Gotham's streets, in a series of disguises, he began a career as a faceless vigilante.
Collects BATMAN issues #21-#24.
Luckily, Batman is not the only champion out in the storm. Though they might not all be heroes yet, Superman, Flash, Green Arrow, Batgirl, Catwoman, Green Lantern, Batwoman, Batwing, Nightwing, Red Hood and Black Canary are all fighting through the gale to protect Gotham. But will the efforts of these young, untested would-be heroes be enough to save the city?
The New York Times best-selling BATMAN creative duo Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo lead an all-star lineup in telling untold tales of the world's greatest heroes' earliest adventures in DC COMICS: ZERO YEAR, featuring such talents as Jeff Lemire, Francis Manapul, Greg Pak, Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti, John Layman, Aaron Kuder, Trevor McCarthy, Aaron Lopresti, Jason Fabok, Andrea Sorrentino and many more.
Presented for the first time with stark, stunning new coloring by Brian Bolland, BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE is Alan Moore's unforgettable meditation on the razor-thin line between sanity and insanity, heroism and villainy, comedy and tragedy.
According to the grinning engine of madness and mayhem known as the Joker, that's all that separates the sane from the psychotic. Freed once again from the confines of Arkham Asylum, he's out to prove his deranged point. And he's going to use Gotham City's top cop, Commissioner Jim Gordon, and the Commissioner’s brilliant and beautiful daughter Barbara to do it.