New Comic Highlights for October 2022

There are a lot of comic books coming out next month, and the last Comics Round Up of the month is dedicated to what is coming out the following month. So here are some of the comics I am looking forward to, that are coming out next coming month!

Gotham City: Year One #1 (from DC Comics)
Releasing October 4th, 2022

80 years before the Batman, the true story of how Gotham became the city so corrupt that it needed a caped crusader to rescue it. The story tells of an investigator kidnapping of a Wayne infant two generations prior to the birth of Bruce Wayne. See how the city get’s it’s underbelly. Written by Tom King with art by Phil Hester.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures #1 (from IDW Publishing)
Releasing October 5th, 2022

Did you grow up with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in cartoon form? If you loved the style of TMNT on saturday mornings, then the “Saturday Morning Adventures” will throw you back into that world and give your a great new series of standalone adventures! Written by Erik Burham with art from Tim Lattie.

Bill & Ted Present Death #One-Shot (from Opus Comics)
Releasing October 5th, 2022

What happened to Death in Bill & Ted’s Adventure before the recent sequel. This special one-shot comic will cover his rock concenrt with the help of Beethoven and a hell beast, as well as Death having to claim Rufus when he dies. Written by Erik Burnham and John Barber with art from Federica Manfredi and Wayne Nichols.

Sonic the Hedgehog: Scrapnik Island #1 (from IDW Publishing)
Releasing October 19th, 2022

After crashlanding onto a deserted island, Sonic and Tails discover their recent destination is actually a Death Egg run by malfunctioning Badniks. How long can they last, and can they find a way off? Written by Daniel Barnes with art from Jack Lawrence.

Riddler: Year One #1 (from DC Comics)
Releasing October 25th, 2022

Did you love Matt Reeves’s The Batman? Now this new comic book series will focus on the start of Edward Nashton, before he became the Riddler. See how this accountant found himself becoming the devious and psychotic villain that pushed the Dark Knight to his brink. Written by the actor himself, Paul Dano, with art by Stevan Subic.

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