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Exclusive First Look at JUSTICE LEAGUE #3
Last week on THE SOURCE, we unveiled the covers and teased the stories of many of our November titles. Today, take an exclusive first look at the solicitation information and the cover for JUSTICE LEAGUE #3.
FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “With Cyborg finally gone, we can burn this place to the ground.”
In this final issue of FLASHPOINT: LEGION OF DOOM, Heatwave has escaped his prison and is dead-set on getting his revenge against Cyborg. But first, he plans on burning the city of Detroit to the ground to send his nemesis a warning.
FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “I want you to suffer as I did.”
Michael Desai comes face to face with the nemesis he once captured and sold: Martian Manhunter. The final issue of this miniseries culminates with the man of stone fighting the Martian as he shape shifts into gigantic killer beasts.
The cover to GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS #1 revealed
When we revealed the covers for the first issues coming out of DC Comics-The New 52, the cover for GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS #1 was very ominous. Why? Because we didn’t want to spoil the line-up of the New Guardians team just yet.
FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “Not until I save this world.”
Abin Sur is determined to help save Earth from the war that’s ripping it apart. But first he’ll have to protect himself from Sinestro, who having learned of the Flashpoint prophecy, is hell-bent on killing him.
FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “You have got us into a war that was never necessary.”
In the final issue of FLASHPOINT: WONDER WOMAN AND THE FURIES, the origins of the scheming plans behind the war of the Amazons and the Atlanteans are revealed.
MTV GEEK sits down with DC Entertainment’s Co-Publishers, Jim Lee and Dan DiDio
During San Diego Comic Con, MTV GEEK sat down with DC Entertainment’s Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio to discuss DC Comics-The New 52.
Condor, Swan, Red Rage, The Renegade and the Dominators: The New Villains
Everybody’s Talking about (the Already Sold out!) Issue 881 of DETECTIVE COMICS
If you’ve been anxiously awaiting the final issue of Scott Snyder’s run on DETECTIVE COMICS with artists Jock and Francesco Francavilla, well, you’re not the only one. Issue 881 is one of the best reviewed issues in recent memory. Witness: