(EVERYBODY’S TALKIN’ ABOUT) DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, TUESDAY AFTERNOON (ET) EDITION

This afternoon, we’re going to take a look at what the comic book trade press is saying about JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 and The New 52 – including their interviews with some of the talented people behind the launch.

The Landmark 100th Issue of TEEN TITANS

In the final issue of this run of TEEN TITANS, the team faces down with their most invincible enemy yet: Superboy prime and his army of Superboy clones. This oversized 100th issue written by J.T. Krul with art by Nicola Scott, Doug Hazlewood, Jack Purcell and Greg Adams, packs action and mayhem into every page. In the end, the Teen Titans must face the question: when your enemy is unstoppable, how do you punish or contain him?

Dan Jurgens on George Perez inking GREEN ARROW

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This fall, a new era begins for Oliver Queen. We caught up with GREEN ARROW penciller Dan Jurgens about working on the series’ art with industry legend George Perez.

“Once upon a time, I was asked to draw an issue of Teen Titans because the book's usual artist, George Perez, needed a break,” Dan told us. “Marv Wolfman was the writer, and one of the things his script asked for was a double page spread with so much detail that it would ‘make George Perez jealous’.

FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “The Amazons have been streamrolling over the entire region. Guess it was only a matter of time before we got caught in the crossfire.”

A savage attack by the Amazons ends in Dick Grayson’s orphanhood. With Deadman now being the closest thing he has to a family, Dick will have to convince his friend to join him in the Resistance after a vigilante named Vertigo enlists their help. But why was the Graysons’ circus a target of an Amazonian attack? What do they have in their possession that’s worth so much and to what lengths will the Amazons go to attain it?

FLASHPOINT TUESDAY: The Show Most Go On

Ragdoll? King Shark? Dr. Fate? All three cult favorite characters have joined the Circus, along with the Flying Graysons? Yes, it's issue one of FLASHPOINT: DEADMAN AND THE FLYING GRAYSONS by writer J. T. Krul and artist Mikel Janin.

The bold, circus poster cover by Cliff Chang and Jared Fletcher promises thrills and excitement and issue one, on sale tomorrow, delivers.

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