Despite the shocking event in the final pages of issue #10, the Ravagers finally come together as a team -- and more importantly, a family. But a visit from Deathstroke, world’s deadliest assassin, changes all of that as their world is turned upside down! Ravagers fall, a new threat rises, and the stakes shoot higher than ever for DC's on-the-run team of teen heroes! And that's not all -- you won't want to miss Deathstroke's confrontation with his daughter, Rose Wilson!
This month, DC Comics will release its next batch of Annuals. These special oversized issues will not only build off of the events in their respective series, but will also greatly impact the expanding DC Universe. Every day this week on THE SOURCE, we’ll be putting individual spotlights on each of these Annual issues by talking to various writers, artists, and editors to give you special sneak peeks at what’s to come! Next up is THE FLASH ANNUAL #1.
DC Comics-The New 52 was unleashed on Wednesday, August 31st, with the publication of JUSTICE LEAGUE #1. Last week, we saw the release of ACTION COMICS #1, DETECTIVE COMICS #1 and other buzz worthy first issues that have everybody talking.
There will never be another Wednesday like it.
Still not sure what titles to pick up from DC Comics-The New 52? We've got links to two more previews out there to help guide you in the right direction.
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(Character designs by Gary Frank; DEMON KNIGHTS #1 interior art by Diogenes Neves and Oclair Albert)
This September, DC Comics takes a trip back to the Medieval Ages with DEMON KNIGHTS. Featuring demons, witches, sorcery and plenty of dark magic, DEMON KNIGHTS plants the seeds for the siege that will reverberate through the present-day DC Universe.
We’re just one month after the announcement of the books in the “Dark” group of DC Comics--The New 52. There's a lot of mystery surrounding these titles and the solicitations for the second issues offer another round of questions to keep fans guessing: Can the Justice League Dark turn against one of their own? Was Alec Holland wrong about Swamp Thing’s origins? What is the S.O.M.B.I.E. appearing in FRANKENSTEIN, AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E.? Will Mitch Shelly, a.k.a. Resurrection Man, find the answers he’s looking for about his past?