The Super Young Team dives into action as the team rallies for a stand against a villain they have no hope of beating. And, even if they manage to eke out a win, they're on the verge of learning an even harder lesson about the price of fame.
This is it! The chase is over as everything finally catches up to the Human Flame. But if he's going down, he's going down punching and setting stuff on fire!
Writer Eric Wallace and artist Fabrizio Fiorentino continue to bring their A-game to FINAL CRISIS AFTERMATH: INK with the latest issue, as the Tattooed Man finds his family in trouble, his powers on the fritz and his city looking to him despera
Happy Friday, Source readers. It's been a busy week here at DCU headquarters, as usual. So why not head into the weekend with some cool pages? Fair enough. FINAL CRISIS AFTERMATH: RUN!
And Mark Chiarello knows this. So, as is our habit, we cornered the DC Art Director to pick out some covers from our coming September books to show them off here. Less talk. More art. Happy Friday.
Apologies for the Bowie pun.
For the first time in his life, the Tattooed Man feels like a hero. After his turn for the side of good during FINAL CRISIS, the former villain finds himself with a new lifestyle and a welcome change from what he previously knew.
It's tough being the Super Young Team. All they want is a little recognition from their adoring public. A smidgen of acceptance and to be treated like real heroes.
So, everyone knows that DC has the BEST comic book covers in the business and it’s been that way for a long, long time.
Talk about a terrible way to wake up. Imagine opening your eyes and realizing you're a prisoner of the Global Peace Agency, inside the walls of Electric City. That's Nemesis' new status quo, and it isn't exactly a vacation.

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