DC Comics has long been the pioneer of Weekly Comic Book Series. They began in the late nineteen-eighties with Action Comics Weekly, an anthology format with chapter of several ongoing series in eight-page installments and ran for about one year.
Their next weekly comic book series debuted in May of 2006. It was called 52 and ran for 52 weeks. When the Infinite Crisis ended all of the regular DC Comics titles the following month had the words “One Year Later” on the covers. The 52 series filled in the missing year in one-week chunks.
52 was followed immediately by the next DC Comics weekly series, Countdown to Final Crisis. Just as the title implies, this series counted down the events leading to the next major event.
Now, as part of the DC Universe New 52, two new weekly comic book series have been launched.
The first is Batman Eternal which chronicles the current situation in Gotham City.
The second is Futures End, which is set five years in the future, in the aftermath of a great war with another Earth. Both of these series are in stock now, so there is still time to get on board the weekly comics train.
You can purchase with confidence from our fully secure site, and rest assured that your weekly comic books will arrive in brand-new condition in our specially designed protective mailers.