Tuesday Roundup: September 25th

Tuesday Roundup: September 25th

By Tim Beedle Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

Regardless of which DC comics are your favorites, it’s been a great month. Between gaining some important insight into your favorite characters’ histories and meeting some intriguing new heroes in debuting titles like Sword of Sorcery, Team 7 and The Phantom Stranger, there’s been a lot to celebrate throughout Zero Month. But before we shut the door on this exciting month-long event and begin the discussions and debates on which zero issues were our favorites, we have one more exciting week to get through. And with titles like BATMAN, INCORPORATED #0, JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #0, AQUAMAN #0 and SUPERMAN #0, featuring the new creative team of Scott Lobdell and Kenneth Rocafort, we’re closing things out with a bang. If “closing” is even the right word. After all, this week also marks the debut of the highly anticipated Talon by writers Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV and artist Guillem March, so it’s a week of beginnings as well.

 

Here’s what hit the web this past week…

 

THE HUFFINGTON POST ran an exclusive preview of TALON #0.

 

THE LOS ANGELES TIMES’ HERO COMPLEX ran an exclusive preview of SUPERMAN #0.

 

MAXIM ran an exclusive preview of AQUAMAN #0.

 

IGN ran an exclusive preview of THE FURY OF FIRESTORM: THE NUCLEAR MEN #0.

 

GAWKER’s IO9 ran an exclusive preview of BEFORE WATCHMEN: OZYMANDIAS #3.

 

MTV GEEK ran an exclusive preview of JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #0.

 

POPMATTERS ran an exclusive preview of ALL-STAR WESTERN #0.

 

COMIC BOOK RESOURCES ran exclusive previews of BATMAN, INCORPORATED #0 and BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #0.

 

NEWSARAMA ran an exclusive preview of TEEN TITANS #0.

 

IFANBOY ran an exclusive preview of THE SAVAGE HAWKMAN #0.

 

COMICVINE ran an exclusive preview of VOODOO #0.

 

The DC Comics website ran exclusive previews of I, VAMPIRE #0 and RED LANTERNS #0.

 

The Flash Facebook page ran an exclusive preview of THE FLASH #0.

 

Yes, you’ll notice that our last preview ran on the Flash’s Facebook page, rather than on the DC Comics Facebook page, where we usually post our Facebook previews. The reason is that the Flash Facebook page hit 100,000 likes this week, so we posted our exclusive preview of The Flash #0 there to celebrate that milestone and reward all of the fans who made it possible. Thanks, everyone!