These are the DC Black Label and SMASH releases that came into your hands in 2022, which you can get in our online store
2022 is a page that is about to have its history written, and for this reason SMASH and DC Black Label want to thank you for another year in which we offered you more stories that defy expectations.
Sandman’s debut on the small screen was one of the events that marked us, but also the return of the favorite misfits of the DC Universe with Doom Patrol, as well as an intriguing story with an old acquaintance, like Rorschach.
As a way of thanking you, we present you with the best releases that DC Black Label brought to you in 2022 and we reiterate our wish that 2023 will be a year full of successes.
With a script by Tom King and art by Jorge Fornés, Rorschach became one of the most intriguing stories read in 2022.
The assassination of a presidential candidate, the conspiracies to implicate one of the most beloved characters in Watchmen and the question of who here took the place of Walter Kovacs as Rorscharch are elements that caught us in an edition that compiled the 12 episodes of this plot. .
Doom Patrol: Vol. 2. The Painting that Devoured Paris
The most irreverent misfits of the DC Universe return in a tome where this new generation of heroes inherits dangerous villains who band together as the Brotherhood of Dada.
Mr. Nobody! Sleepwalk! Fog! frenzy! quiz! Together they will bring a reign of unreason to an unsuspecting world, harnessing the untapped powers of ideas and symbols to transform reality itself into a theater of absurdity, unless the renewed Doom Patrol can find a way to stop them.
Batman: The Impostor
DC Black Label could not be left out of the premiere of The Batman with Robert Pattinson, and gave us in three all a story where appearances are deceiving.
A second Batman stalks the rooftops and back alleys, and he has no problem killing criminals, live on air. With the full might of the Police Department and Gotham’s rich and powerful hunting him down, Batman must find this imposter and somehow clear his name.
Batman vs. Fierce! A Wolf in Gotham
Someone is scouring Gotham for a very powerful book…and covering their tracks with acts of terrorism, like something out of a creepy book.
The power of that book comes from Fable Town… which means now the Big Bad Wolf will be the one who has to cross dimensions to find it, before it falls into the wrong hands.
DMZ: Vol. One
To accompany the premiere of one of the most acclaimed miniseries on HBO Max, DC Black Label brought you closer to the original story where war gives us surprises, most of them unpleasant.
For five years, the United States of America has fought the uprising of the so-called “Free States” of the middle class against the System. This Second Civil War has caused damage throughout the entire nation.
But no place has been hit as hard as New York City, an unmatched opportunity for photojournalist Matty Roth.
The Sandman: Deluxe Edition Book One
The mythology by Neil Gaiman came to the small screen, and with it DC Black Label presented you in a deluxe format the first arc that contemplates the story of the King of Dreams and Nightmares
The Sandman: Book One collects issues 1-16 of the original The Sandman series in conjunction with Sandman Midnight Theatre. This volume begins as an epic and unique saga in graphic literature, as well as introducing readers to a dark and enchanted world, full of dreams and nightmares.
The Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country
James Tynion IV gave us the beginning of this story where the nightmares created by Morpheus return to the earthly plane, but these will not be the only threats that haunt the earth.
The Corinthian, a legend among serial killers, returns to earth, but the creation of Morpheus is not the only nightmare, as another being roams the Earth and this monster is one that Dream, lord of all nightmares, did not create. .
Absolute Swamp Thing by Alan Moore Volume One
In 1983, a groundbreaking English writer teamed up with a trio of groundbreaking American illustrators, revitalizing an entrenched comic book icon.
Four years later, his saga finished, Swamp Thing by Alan Moore, Stephen R. Bissette, John Totleben and Rick Veitch was recognized internationally as one of the few titles that defined a new era of complex depth in modern graphic storytelling.
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