Shazam! #1

As part of the “Dawn of DC” in the wake of the major Dark Crisis event, Shazam! has his own book again and it’s very true to the original stories.

Harley Quinn: The Horse and the Sparrow

The third season of the deranged but enjoyable madness that is the animated Harley Quinn show careens to an end. Credit where it’s due, they make some changes that I expect will affect the future of the show (the series has been renewed and is targeted to debut sometime this year).

Superman and Lois: Closer

With so many superheroes shows being cancelled, supposedly as a part of the big shakeups going on behind the scenes at DC Comics, it’s nice to see that some of them are still going strong. Superman and Lois, arguably a survivor of the Arrowverse (hey, that’s where these versions of the characters started) returns for a third season, and I’d say they’re off to a good start.

Flash: Hear No Evil

There have been some spoilers about who is coming, and some that I, at least, didn’t know were part of it. The title “Hear No Evil” should have been a clue that Hartley Rathaway, the Pied Piper, was making his return.

Shazam: Fury of the Gods

Now, it’s two years later (as we find out in one of the post-credit scenes), and Billy and company are trying to live up the heroic mantle that’s been thrust on them. It’s not going great.

Gotham Knights: Pilot

I liked this a lot more than I thought I would. I have a lot of questions about characters either referred to in passing or not named at all, but I hope we’ll get there.

Flash: Wednesday Ever After

The Flash begins season nine, which will be the end of the series and, sadly, the Arrowverse. There’s a sci-fi trope, a new villain, and several complications emerging into the lives of Team Flash.