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Now In Hardcover, the Critically Acclaimed BATMAN: THE BLACK MIRROR
“Because no matter how good you think you are at drawing a line between work and home, there will always be some cases that stay with you … cases that come howling back at you out of the darkness, like phone calls in the middle of the night.” – Commissioner James Gordon
Back to press (again) with JUSTICE LEAGUE # 1
JUSTICE LEAGUE # 1 is sold out and once again we're headed back to press. With this reprint, JUSTICE LEAGUE # 1 becomes the first issue from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 to receive five printings. The new printing will be on sale in comic book stores at the start of the New Year, on January 4, 2012. In the meantime, here's the first look at the combo pack cover to issue four.
Exclusive Preview of LEGION: SECRET ORIGIN #2
If each of the Legionnaires come from planets where all species have powers just like theirs, what are their distinguishing factors? In LEGION: SECRET ORIGIN #2, fan-favorite creative team Paul Levitz, Chris Batista and Marc Deering explore what makes the Legionnaires stand out amongst the other super-powered members of their respective races.
Exclusive preview of GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES #0
On November 11th, you tuned in to catch the series premiere of GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES on Cartoon Network. Tomorrow, a new chapter of the series begins with GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES #0, the comic book counterpart that sets the stage for the upcoming monthly series.
The Tiny Titans and the Mysterious Woman in Purple
Yesterday, you saw the first appearance of the mysterious woman in purple in TINY TITANS #46 and learned that she’ll be showing up in many places throughout the issue. But who is she and what is she doing? Does Raven know?
Exclusive Preview of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS #1
The Higher United Nations Defense Enforcement Reserves are back in action this week, with the death-defying T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS making their debut this Wednesday. Written by Nick Spencer and drawn by Wes Craig (and with a first issue cover by Andy Kubert), the six-issue miniseries will pit agents old and new against the Subterraneans – and a mysterious and powerful figure from their past.
Jimmy Palmiotti Introduces The Barbary Ghost