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A brand new series by bestselling and Hugo award winning novelist CHINA MIEVILLE!

What would happen if you discovered the H Dial, an unbelievably powerful artifact that turned you into a super hero?

And what if you found out that the world is threatened by this very device that's become your uncontrollable obsession?

These are just the first questions asked in this thrilling and inventive storyline that introduces the strangest super heroes and super villains in the DCU while exploring the boundaries of reality!

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I'll tell you the 411 0

Today was the start of the Second Wave of New 52 books, beginning with Dial H, Worlds’ Finest, Earth 2, and GI Combat. Dial H is the only one in these books I’ve had a genuine, positive interest in, due to the fact that it appears to be a similar revitalization in the tone of Doom Patrol, Sandman, and Black Orchid from the 80s, and China Mieville’s seemingly genuine optimism and dedication towards reviving the H Dial mythos.For those of you who don’t know, Dial H for Hero is one of the older con...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

No need to call 911 anymore after finding this number 0

This is for me the most anticipated book of the second wave and as a very talented writer joins DC, we get delivered a very weird but great comic I will follow for it’s concept is something I wanted to read for a while…….with a darker twist executed well.The issue starts with the introduction of littleville and our “hero” called Nelson (who is way fatter compared how he was depicted in the cover) who is so overweight he had a heart attack before 30! His friend tells him that he has to get himsel...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Diah H #1 0

THE GOOD: Mateus Santolouco manages to capture the feeling all the other books of the 'Dark' have. He also adds a lot of details that make the reading of this issue much more enjoyable. I really liked some of his quirky facial expressions that he draws as well. He also draws the new heroes very well too. The story is also fairly decent. We get Nelse struggling with his weight with his best friend. We get to see him jump into action and save a few lives while endangering several others. I really ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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