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Justin's been collecting comics since the early '00s and has several thousand floppies to his name, as well as dozens of trades and graphic novels.. He's also an avid collector of rare and hard-to-find zines, as well as other obscure media. Justin is currently living in North Carolina with his partner.
As a Senior writer for the comic book team, Justin Epps' primary focus for mini features, reviews, and lists center around the DC Universe and its characters such as Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, and the Flash. Justin Epps also writes on new and developing comic book stories for publishers such Archie, Dark Horse, Image, and others.
Justin Epps' favorite DC Comics run is Grant Morrison's legendary Bat-Epic. In fact, Justin's a huge fan of nearly everything Morrison has written from their epic runs on Doom Patrol and Animal Man to their modern Superman classic, All-Star Superman, as well as Morrison's original work like The Invisibles and The Filth.
Red Hood’s death at the hands of the Joker broke Batman so hard, Bruce Wayne nearly got himself killed while lost in his intense grief.
One sidekick isn’t enough for Harley Quinn. Instead, she decides to take on seven new partners and gives them all very familiar costumes.
An unexpected secret from Green Arrow’s past comes out when a supervillain reveals that they are responsible for Oliver Queen’s greatest gift.
Matt Kindt teams up with Wilfredo Torres for Subgenre, a new release under Kindt’s Flux House imprint, and Screen Rant has an exclusive preview.
Flashpoint might have put the Flash through the wringer, but there’s one world that the Scarlet Speedster thinks is worse than the infamous timeline.
One of Superman’s most trusted allies is throwing their hat into the ring for a new position that could make them invaluable to Metropolis.
A peek inside the mind of Superboy reveals that Conner Kent no longer wants to be seen as a lesser Superman and that he’s ready for a massive change.
Green Arrow may be lost in time and space right now, but one hero from the future reveals what’s going to happen that leads to Oliver Queen’s death.
"Conner Kent is a Trans Girl": DC Writer Talks Rejected Pitch To Redefine Superboy With New Codename & Identity
Writer Magdalene Visaggio reveals an ambitious pitch for Superboy that would have reimagined Conner Kent as DC’s newest trans hero, Skyrocket.
"ROBIN LIVES": DC To Release Unseen Version of 'Death in The Family' in Which Jason Todd Survives The Joker
Robin’s infamous murder is getting a major redo in a ‘faux-simile’ reprint of Batman #428 that features an alternate ending where Jason Todd survives.
The Justice League’s Hawkman and Hawkwoman discover that they have a son, but unfortunately, fans will never get to know where he came from.
The Justice League has taken on some of the worst threats in the DCU, but out of all their villains which foes stand out as the team’s most powerful?
A piece of Damian Wayne’s past puts a twist on Robin’s decision to adopt Goliath, the massive dragon bat, and the young hero’s compassion for animals.
"House of Brainiac": Superman's Cosmic Enemy Brainiac Is Finally Returning to Change the DCU Forever
Superman and his allies are gearing up for the fight of their lives when the alien villain Brainiac returns with an army of unkillable Czarnians.
"Superman Superstars": DC Announces New Superman Stories with Jason Aaron & More ‘Superstar’ Creators
Action Comics’ “Superman Superstars” initiative will switch things up as Jason Aaron and John Timms kick off the era with a brand-new Bizarro story.
What does the Justice League do when they’re not saving the world? A look back at the team’s history reveals their most unexpected professions.
"The 19th-Century Justice League”: DC’s Best Elseworld Will Return in Gotham by Gaslight: The Kryptonian Age
A new, Victorian Justice League is coming to the DC Universe as DC revives its Elseworlds line with Gotham by Gaslight: The Kryptonian Age.
DC Comics’ Elseworlds line returns with Dark Knights of Steel: Allwinter, a six-issue series that follows Deathstroke reimagined as a viking warrior.
Robert Venditti and Riley Rossmo team up for Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #1, an exciting new story that thrusts DC’s hero back into the spotlight.