It’s a Bat-heavy week in variant land, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. First up, we have Guillem March’s cover to BATMAN AND ROBIN #17, along with Gene Ha’s variant for the same issue.
 
The mysterious leader of the paramilitary organization finally confronts Wonder Woman as she continues learning what happened to the Amazons and why reality is askew. J. Michael Straczynski's epic tale keeps rolling on, with art by Don Kramer.
 
 
We’ve got another batch of nice variant cover art to unveil, including Lee Garbett’s gritty BATMAN: RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #6 cover, Gary Frank’s masterful take on GREEN ARROW #5, another lovely Cliff Chiang JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST cover
 
First, let me get the obvious out of the way: There’s a ton of exciting stuff happening in the DCU.
 
It’s that time again – where we peer ahead to the not-so-distant future and get a sense of some of the collected editions that’ll be hitting shelves. This time around, we’ve got an advance look at what next summer’s going to look like.
 
J. Michael Straczynski and artist Don Kramer continue to unravel the truth behind Wonder Woman’s new, startling status quo (with a snazzy J.H.
 
On tap today, we’ve got Gene Ha’s variant to GREEN LANTERN #58, two covers for WONDER WOMAN #603, one by the regular art team of Don Kramer and Michael Babinski and a DC 75th anniversary cover by J.H.
 
Got another reason for you to head to the comic shop today, folks – WONDER WOMAN #602, the latest chapter in writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Don Kramer’s epic take on the Amazon Princess.
 
Before we dive into the week (or, at least, I do), we wanted to steer your attention to a notable bit of press – namely, IGN’s feature on the “best of” the DC Universe.

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