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Can Diana Prince Save Her Sisters?
As Paradise Island sinks into the sea, Wonder Woman’s investigation leads her to an alien vessel. Once inside, she is confronted by a strange interdimensional being and is forced to perform three great feats in order to save her sisters, who are trapped in a bubble. The catch? She’ll have to shed her Wonder Woman costume and succeed as simply Diana Prince in order to set them free.
The Flash Goes Back In Time To The 1970s
The Flash may be able to save cities from tsunamis and stop criminals in their tracks at the blink of an eye, but he’s just found out that his super-powers come at an incredible cost. And when arch nemesis Gorilla Grodd strikes at the heart of Barry Allen, he’ll use every weapon he can think of against him ... including Barry’s wife.
Batman Travels Back to the 1970s
An all-new Terrible Trio tries to use the citizens of Gotham City as their own personal ATM as they attack on land, sea, and air. It’ll be up to Batman to counter The Terrible Trio’s every blow with his arsenal of bat-subs and explosive batarangs on his never-ending quest for justice.
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The New Adventures of the Man of Steel Continue
Over the course of last week, we provided you with a first look at the solicits for the October titles in DC Comics-The New 52.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY's exclusive first look inside JUSTICE LEAGUE # 1
DC COMICS – THE NEW 52 #1 is available worldwide this Wednesday and features a six-page preview of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s JUSTICE LEAGUE #1. Can't wait that long?
The NEW YORK POST debuts the cover to ACTION COMICS #1
San Diego Comic-Con doesn't kick off until this Wednesday, but THE NEW YORK POST gets the convention off to an early start today with their exclusive first look at the cover to ACTION COMICS #1.