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In October, DC Comics will be augmenting their massive 'Forever Evil' crossover event with three separate limited series that will tie into the main storyline, while highlighting characters that deserve more time in the spotlight.  MTV Geek got the opportunity to speak with the writers of all three series about their plans, and are proud to present EXCLUSIVE first looks at the cover art and solicitation info for the premiere issues!

Our talk with Matt Kindt about his work on the "Forever Evil: A.R.G.U.S." series follows, and once you finish reading, check out our interviews with Peter J. Tomasi about "Forever Evil: Arkham War" and Brian Buccellato about "Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion."

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This week, DC is digitally releasing the first issue of "Batman '66," a series based on the classic Adam West/Burt Ward TV show.  Writer Jeff Parker took some time to talk to us about the his plans for the series, his love for the original program, and using these familiar designs and characters in a new way.

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By Matt D. Wilson

July 31, Tom Strong will return to comics for the first time in more than seven years with the new series "Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril," the new six-issue miniseries from writer Peter Hogan and artist Chris Sprouse. They're both well-versed in the character, as Sprouse drew a huge portion of the previous Strong series, and Hogan wrote several stories concurrent with co-creator Alan Moore's work on the character.

MTV Geek got a few minutes with the writer of the new series to discuss the jump from ABC to Vertigo, how life has changed for Tom, what working on a Moore character feels like, and much more!

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By Matt D. Wilson

Here's what we know so far about DC Comics' new "Justice League 3000" series, which launches in September. It takes place in the year 3000. It has characters who look a whole lot like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and Green Lantern in it. And...not much else.

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by Josh Wigler

DC Comics is banking on "Sandman" to wake up the Vertigo brand.

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We don't know if this Superman will stop a bullet, but this San Diego Comic-Con exclusive of the DC Comics hero is as close to a real "Man of Steel" as you're going to get.

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By Alison H. Mayer

A brand new threat emerges in DC Comics' "Green Lantern" #22, and we've got your exclusive first look!

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Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List! Each week, we'll look at the best new releases hitting comic shops, and point you at the books you should be reading.

This week, we have picks from Marvel, Image, Dynamite, and more!

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Remember last month when the Internet blew up amidst learning about the death of a famous member of the Bat-family of comic books? Well...maybe that wasn't so much of a thing after all. Read on for SPOILERS.

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Welcome to the fourth installment of MTV Geek's Toy Throwdown! Plastic will melt, joints will be loosened, and paint is gonna get scratched as action figures of the world's most beloved characters tear each other apart in a battle to the death-- and YOU get to decide the victor!

The fisticuffs for this week are set on the high-seas as the King of Atlantis himself: Aquaman, takes on the future King of the Pirates: Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece!

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I guess if they came out and told you, it wouldn’t be that secret. But as teased throughout today’s issue of DC Comics Justice League of America, there’s a mystery behind the leader of the Secret Society of Super-Villains. We’re going to speculate on twelve likely identities for the mystery man, but first, here’s the clues as we know them (and spoilers for JLA #5, natch):

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Mezco Toyz debuted its new Batman Mez-itz line from the classic 1966-68 “Batman” TV series in an event held today at Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium in New York City’s Times Square … but, while factual, that hardly captures the excitement of the day because Batman drove up in the Batmobile to unveil the toys.

And I got to be Robin, the goateed 30-something Wonder, sitting shotgun next to the Caped Crusader as he steered through the real-life Gotham City.

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by Josh Wigler

Whether you loved it, hated it, or felt overall "meh" about it, there's no denying this much about "Man of Steel": Metropolis took a beating.

The climax of director Zack Snyder's reboot of the Superman film franchise left buildings destroyed and countless innocent civilians lifeless on the streets. And it's a development that hasn't gone without its fair share of criticism from fans and critics alike.

Artist Kyle Baker has some feelings on the matter too, it seems. But rather than posting a 1000-word essay or even penning a pithy cartoon to relay his criticism, Baker has channeled his feelings through a little video game called "Mass Murderer of Steel."

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by Josh Wigler

This week sees the release of "Batman/Superman" #1, the first issue of Greg Pak and Jae Lee's upcoming run on two of DC Comics' most iconic characters. The creative team released a whole host of information about their first issue and their plans for Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent's first encounter in a new interview with USA Today.

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by Alison H. Mayer

Calvin Rose travels to the deadliest island on Earth in DC Comics' "Talon" #9, and we've got your exclusive first look!

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