The malevolent, body-hopping force known as Eclipso has turned up all over the DC Universe, in books as varied as SWORD OF SORCERY, TEAM 7, DEMON KNIGHTS and CATWOMAN — and every time, he's come in an unpredictable new iteration. But it's in September's JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #23.2: ECLIPSO that he takes his most dangerous form yet.
This fall, FOREVER EVIL will establish a new status quo in the DC Universe – one in which there are no superheroes left and evil is on a soaring rise. Therefore, it’ll be up to Steve Trevor and the surviving agents of A.R.G.U.S. to step up to the challenge of combating these threats on their own. But how can regular human beings take on super-powered villains and expect to stand a fighting chance?
"Little did I suspect when I accepted the BATMAN writing assignment back in 2006 that I’d wind up spending the next six years writing the longest continued comic story I’ve ever attempted. I thought I’d said most of what I had to say about the character with Arkham Asylum, Gothic, and Batman’s appearances in JLA. Clearly, I was wrong.
In case you missed previous issues of the fan-favorite miniseries, HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE, Skeletor has rewritten all of Eternia’s history. Now a scrawny and simple woodsman named Adam (a.k.a. He-Man) is haunted by dreams of his past glory. But will he ever remember his former life as a hero?
In September, Zero Month introduced you to four all-new ongoing series: THE PHANTOM STRANGER, SWORD OF SORCERY, TALON and TEAM 7. With these #0 issues, you got a taste of the new characters and stories that will be impacting the ever-growing DC Universe.
It might not be quite as exciting as being granted the power to transform into an undefeatable warrior, but it’s still a pretty cool time to be a He-Man and the Masters of the Universe fan. Just over a week ago, we launched a new digital first Masters of the Universe series, which debuted with a chapter written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Howard Porter and John Livesay. But that’s just the start. Tomorrow marks the debut of HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE #1, the first issue in a six-issue miniseries that’s written by James Robinson and drawn by Philip Tan and Ruy Jose.