Last week, we announced DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 “Second Wave,” featuring six new series coming in May. In WORLDS’ FINEST, writer Paul Levitz jumps between parallel Earths, following the story of Earth 2’s Huntress and Power Girl as they struggle to find their way back home. But fans of these heroes should keep in mind that they aren’t the Huntress and Power Girl we know so well.
In the story so far, the Italian adventures of HUNTRESS have been an exciting mix of glamour and danger. The fourth issue maintains the intrigue as its eponymous heroine settles even further into her private war against Moretti and his mob. From the creative team of Paul Levitz, Marcus To and John Dell, HUNTRESS #4 is in stores tomorrow. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
In the first couple issues of HUNTRESS, Helena Bertinelli traveled to Italy and swore to take down a man by the name of Moretti, one of the most powerful mob bosses in Europe. In HUNTRESS #3, Helena’s mission sends her to the ancient ruins of Pompeii. While there, she is challenged to battle by a man whose identity is only revealed as the Lion of Kufra. But can Helena defeat him and all of the other obstacles in her way before its too late to find Moretti and bring him to justice?
In the first issue of HUNTRESS, you were introduced to Helena Bertinelli, who just arrived in Italy in hopes of tracking down a ruthless criminal. In issue #2 (on sale today), Helena’s mission continues as she stalks her prey and attempts to sabotage the secret delivery of a weapon shipment to him. But with Moretti’s men in full protection mode, can Helena stop him from receiving the weapons while also saving the innocent people he is exploiting?
It’s hard to believe that it’s already October. And if you’re anything like me, October only means one thing: Halloween. But Halloween is more than just trying to pull scary pranks or get free candy from your neighbors – it’s also about getting dressed up and having fun with your family and friends.
This Wednesday marks the release of HUNTRESS #1. Written by the character’s creator Paul Levitz and illustrated by HEROES and RED ROBIN artist Marcus To, the first issue in this six-issue miniseries follows Helena Bertinelli as she travels home to Italy on a grave mission.
The new Question has kept up company with the old Question's friends and allies - including Huntress, who she's enlisted to help her on a subterranean mission to stop some gun smugglers from selling weapons to the wrong people deep in Gotham's sewers. Gail Simone & Jesus Saiz's BIRDS OF PREY #12 is on sale this week. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
Romance is in the air for Huntress and Catman as they share a passionate kiss while on a night on the town – which of course for them means fighting bad guys and trying to rescue an asthmatic hostage. But will a major reveal about Catman’s past change everything? BIRDS OF PREY #11, written by Gail Simone and with art by Pere Perez, hits stores today. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]