Preview Monday: Batman Beyond #8!

In this week’s issue of BATMAN BEYOND, the League of Assassins has launched an assault on the city, which forces Terry to act by jumping into an unproven combat suitbut Bruce warns him of it’s dangerous effects.

Terry and Curaré are ready to confront the League, but before they can, an unwelcome guest comes to visit. Will Terry be able to ward off the suit's effects and defeat the League of Assassins? Find out more in BATMAN BEYOND #8 from writer Dan Jurgens, and artist Bernard Chang, Marcelo Mailo (colors), and Dave Sharpe (letters)!

Jason's Picks: Detective Comics and Mystery Machines

We’re back with another Jason’s Picks column! Enough of you out there in comic book internet land liked my musings and choices, so Amanda Waller had to allow me to write another one!

Let me activate my brain, which has been cultivated from many episodes of hosting DC All Access, to provide you with the answers of what DC graphic novels you should pick up at your local comic book shop this month!
 

Superman vs. Godslayer: Could the Bad Guy be Right?

Some of Superman’s most interesting adversaries throughout the years have been ones who desire to do good, but go about it the wrong way. People call Superman “the big blue boy scout” for a reason—he doesn’t just see that justice is done, he’s also unwavering when it comes to making sure it’s done in a fair and humane way, with respect for life and civil liberties. At times, this has put him at odds with fellow heroes like Batman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman, who sometimes may take a more pragmatic approach to doing what’s right.

The #DCTV Secrets of DC'S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: Ep. 14 "River of Time"

Rip Hunter has assembled a team to stop Vandal Savage, but Savage's location isn't the only secret in the series. We're here to tease you with the #DCTV Secrets hiding in each episode. If you want to know some of the answers to these questions, jump to the spoiler section for answers... no time travel required.

Classic Action: Dan Jurgens Returns to Superman in Action Comics

Dan Jurgens has a bit of history with Superman.

Yes, the legendary writer and artist has made many important contributions to the world of comic books throughout his career, but it’s his work on the seminal “Death of Superman” storyline that has proven to be the most influential and widely read. As one of the writers and artists behind that legacy-defining storyline and the author and penciller of its final issue, Jurgens’ work on the character can be felt in nearly every Superman story we’ve seen since.

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