Green Lantern John Stewart has faced super-powered enemies and cosmic annihilation, but he has never before had to face betrayal from someone he loves. After he reveals his secret identity to his girlfriend, Tawny, he wakes up to find his named plastered all over the news. He must quickly decide if he wants to admit the truth about who he is and if the woman he loves is still worth trusting.
When the Justice League of America decided to make their new headquarters in the battered city of Detroit, they had hoped to help rebuild a sense of community. Unfortunately, their arrival only attracted darkness and evil.
After Felix Faust covers the city in darkness and despair, the Justice League succumbs to their insecurities and feelings of hopelessness. The team – made up of Vixen, Vibe, Gypsy, Steel, The Martian Manhunter, The Elongated Man, and Aquaman – has one last chance to overcome their “second rate” status and save Detroit.
When Wonder Woman discovers that someone has stolen her identity and is using her name to commit acts of evil, she’ll have no choice but to confront her in battle. But can she stop this criminal look-a-like before her name is completely slandered?
Central City is filled with villains cleverly trying to stay under the radar of The Flash. So then why is one of them doing everything in her power to attract his attention? And when an obsessed fan gets out of hand, Wally West must follow an unlikely trail of victims to his latest challenge: a gallery of his most notorious Rogues.
A new Reaper is on the loose, but is he a vigilante or villain? With both of the men who previously masqueraded as The Reaper dead, Batman must reveal the killer’s identity before he massacres every mobster in Gotham City.
Last week, we showed you all the covers for the 1970’s books in this summer’s RETROACTIVE series.
Today, take a look at all the covers for the 1980’s books:
DC RETROACTIVE: SUPERMAN – THE ‘80s cover by Dan Jurgens, Livesay, & Carrie Strachan.
DC RETROACTIVE: BATMAN – THE ‘90s #1
Writer Alan Grant and artist Norm Breyfogle helm a tale that spins directly off of the events of DETECTIVE COMICS #613 (reprinted in this issue). When The Ventriloquist and Scarface are released from prison after only one year, they become determined to reclaim their statuses in the upper echelon of Batman’s Rogues Gallery.
ONE-SHOT • On sale AUGUST 17 • 56 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
DC RETROACTIVE: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA – THE ‘90s #1
Writers Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis and artist Kevin Maguire are one of the most classic creative teams in the Justice League’s history. In this issue, they reunite to tell the story of the Injustice Gang gaining access to a device they should never have been allowed to have, causing potentially disastrous results. It’ll be up to the Justice League of America to put a stop to their dastardly deeds.
ONE-SHOT • On sale AUGUST 24 • 56 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T