This Just Happened: The JLA Loses A Member

SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #4 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!)

From the creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artists Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #4 sees this diverse team of heroes drawing ever closer to unraveling the mystery surrounding the Secret Society of Super-Villains.

In Case You Missed It: NIGHTWING #20

As most of you know, in the pages of NIGHTWING #19, Dick Grayson (a.k.a. Nightwing) has recently moved to Chicago. In the latest issue, NIGHTWING #20, written by Kyle Higgins and illustrated by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund, on shelves now, Nightwing returns to the apartment he’s subletting in the Windy City for some well earned rest following his explosive encounter with the Chicago Police Department.

Exclusive Preview of DETECTIVE COMICS #19

Ever since its debut in 1937, DETECTIVE COMICS has been a staple of the DC Universe. Responsible for introducing the world to iconic characters such as Batman, Robin and Batgirl, it’s no wonder that DC Comics is pulling out all the stops by making this month’s issue of the series a special 80-page spectacular to celebrate a very important milestone for the series.

TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1 IS COMING IN MAY

Featuring a story too big for the regular monthly series, TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1 launches the first set of giant-sized annuals from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52. The story is written by Scott Lobdell (TEEN TITANS, SUPERBOY, RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS) and Tom Defalco (LEGION LOST), with art by TEEN TITANS’ regular illustrator, Brett Booth. Coming this May, the expansive crossover story weaves through several ongoing series – including TEEN TITANS, SUPERBOY and LEGION LOST – and pits the heroes against one another in a chamber of horrors far beneath the surface of Antarctica.

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