A member of the infamous Trinity of Sin, the Phantom Stranger agelessly walks the world, vastly knowledgeable and a mystery to everyone he encounters.
Condemned for the crime of betrayal, the Circle of Eternity sentenced the Phantom Stranger and his fellow sinners—the Question and Pandora—to eternal punishments specific to their crimes and vices. For the Stranger, he would forever remain a mystery to those he meets—cursed to see the world, know its destiny but never truly be a part of it.
Throughout history the Stranger has appeared before many heroes, present for some of the most pivotal moments in time. Knowing more than he should and cursed to witness these catastrophes but never intervene himself, he has even gone so far as to influence others’ actions, but to what end, none truly know.
Although many speculate his true origins and purpose, none know for sure—he remains an ally to some, an enemy to others and a stranger to all.
Hold the cover of DEADMAN #2 up to the light and the danger that was invisible seconds before will be revealed!
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Maxwell and Lily’s journey takes them to the Watchtower, where they find themselves face-to-face with the Justice League!
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As a crisis rages inside Batman’s mind, Maxwell and the Green Lantern Corps take the fight to the allied Yellow and Red Lantern Corps!
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Maxwell and Superman make several unlikely allies in the fight against General Zod while the rest of the heroes are trapped in the Phantom Zone! Plus: The Anti-Monitor arrives!
The Spectre, Etrigan the Demon and the Phantom Stranger smell death around Deadman—and they’ve come to get a whiff!
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In this issue, VILLAINS ABOUND! While Lily and Batman battle General Zod in the Phantom Zone, Maxwell and the rest of the Justice League come face to face with Brainiac!
BOOKS OF MAGIC #1From the SANDMAN UNIVERSE #1, it’s the return of Neil Gaiman’s magical morality fable in an all-new series written by Kat Howard (Roses and Rot, An Unkindness of Magicians) and dra