Hal’s back--and Morrison’s got him, Superman is all Sideways, Harley fools the Trinity, Lois wants to go on a break, Bruce gets the chance to go Super, another Justice League event goes to 11, Bye-bye Bongo, Inspector Insector is on the case, Young Animal rolls a D20, and Vertigo goes for Stepford witches and Tim Hunter--plus WOTCOEW.
Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 209: “Death at the Dawn of Time” . Sorry, no WOTCOEW.
In a super-sized 500th episode:
Nightwing has a headache, Super-therapy goes off the rails, the Doomsday Clock is running behind, a pointless crossover, you could cut the veggie tray with a Fahren-Knife, Buffy is given the hook, no more life on the farm for Black Hammer, Gerard Way goes back to his roots, Pumpkinhead explains it all, news from NYCC, and clips from 10 years of podcasting--plus WOTCOEW.
Let's all take our seats--it's Crisis 208: "War Zone". Sorry, no WOTCOEW.
The Sandman Universe is open for business, there’s trouble in Border Town, we’ve got Comic Sign, Jinxworld heads for Cover (and mobsters), and some classic (?) teams drop by the DCU--plus WOTCOEW.
I’ve got the Fifth Wednesday blues! Tom Strong is Terrific, It’s Le-Le-Lex Lu-Lu-Luthor, Dragonfly reveals all, Lemire leaves Royal City, the Portland militia is here, as is DCFLix--plus WOTCOEW.
Flash calls in the multiverse, Bruce gives his closing argument, Diana teams up to fight Incans, The Dreaming checks back in, The Jinxworld imprint starts up as the Young Animal imprint shuts down, Reggie Mantle—Gotham Goon, and Buffy changes partners--plus WOTCOEW.
Geoff Johns digs into the long boxes for Doomsday Clock, Lex’s time-traveling doorknob, A New God has a birthday party, Royal City is in the homestretch, somebody put a Warning Label on that girl, the Lightning Round, and industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
Flash has an Impulse, Super-midlife crisis, Bruce Wayne: Juror, Holy Archie-kins!, Olive and Tommy meet in Royal City, and the circus comes to San Diego--plus WOTCOEW.
Bruce has the wedding bell blues, The Kent family goes on vacation sans Clark, more Forces and Spectrums than you can shake a stick at, The New God peace talks, Lemire’s Endless, you are now leaving Astro City, the lightning round, and industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 207: “A Flash of the Lightning!" Sorry, no WOTCOEW this week.
The Man of Steel and the Justice League are run through the reboot cycle, while two other titles rush to conclusions, the worldwide metahuman conspiracy, it’s bad form (and a bad idea) to invite super-villains to your wedding, and industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
The Justice League fights trees, Superman clears out the queue, Challengers assemble! Bruce returns a wedding gift, the Flashes go to War, the Fantastic Terrifics, and using a hammer as a “get out of Hell” card--plus WOTCOEW.
DC’s summer events are previewed, there’s just No Justice, the Kents move out (again),Super-stories are cleaned up pre-Bendis, worst wedding gift EVER Booster, the Lightning Round is activated, and FCBD books aplenty--plus WOTCOEW.
Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 206: "Beyond the Silent Night". Sorry, no WOTCOEW.
It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s an 80 Year-Old Flying Man (with red underwear)! Plus WOTCOEW.
Selina takes “something borrowed” to the next level, two “New Age of Heroes” titles stumble out of the gate while another does an insta-retelling of his origin, Astro City’s support group is stuck in time, a lovely visit to Lakeside (with a few nightmares), our favorite curmudgeonly Trek doctor (no, the other one—no, not that one) gets a backstory, and more industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
The Doomsday Clock is running slow, beating the ultimate darkness deserves a party, the Terrifics are stuck together—literally, Bruce talks down Ivy, Bizarro stories am good, a rock star blows up, and some industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
Will Ivy be Selina’s maid of honor? Barda's baby blues, Heavens to Joe DiMaggio, Pick your JLA, Life as a sentient intrinsic field, Shade’s a woman now, To My Ainsel be true, and DC news--plus WOTCOEW.
Milk Wars reaches its kooky conclusion, The Terrifics arrive, Silencer gets some backstory, Everybody loves Ivy, the JLA is in a hurry, Giles goes all 21 Jump Street, Royal City wraps up an arc, and news from the Emerald City--plus WOTCOEW.