Part of the wonderful thing about DC's library of characters is their versatility -- whether they're presented on the big screen, television, in comics or in other forms of media, they still continue to resonate with readers of all ages.
Case in point: DC SUPER HEROES: THE ULTIMATE POP-UP BOOK.
Spinning out of CRY FOR JUSTICE, "The Fall of Green Arrow" continues with Oliver Queen as a fugitive from justice. But what happens when the Justice League of America learn of his crime? The Emerald Archer's relationship with the World's Greatest Heroes will never be the same, courtesy of writer J.T. Krul and artist Federico Dallocchio with a stunning cover by Mauro Cascioli.
The conclusion to "Batgirl Rising" begins here with part one of the four-part "Flood" storyline, from writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Lee Garbett. A string of bizarre, technology-based "suicides" gets the attention of both Batgirl and Oracle, but for very different reasons. And the two heroes will soon realize that they're the real targets of a nefarious madman hellbent on revenge.
Deadman. Hawkman. Hawkgirl. Reverse-Flash. Maxwell Lord. Captain Boomerang. Aquaman. Firestorm. Martian Manhunter. Hawk. Osiris. Jade.
Writer Paul Malmont and artist Howard Porter join forces to launch the Man of Bronze into his own ongoing series. And with Doc Savage the target of a brazen attack on New York City, you can be sure things don't start off slowly. Tragedy will strike one of Doc's compatriots and someone may not survive the first issue's opening pages.
Artist Guillem March steps in to give writer/artist Tony Daniel a breather as the title rolls toward BATMAN #700. And as the landmark nears, Dick Grayson's life as Batman begins to heat up. With Black Mask out of the way, the Falcone crime family attempts to fill that void with little regard for the safety of Gotham's citizens. And what's up with the Riddler?