TEEN TITANS #47
A Titan dies! Are Nightwing and Donna Troy the next targets?
ROBOTECH: FROM THE STARS
The Robotech saga is one of the masterpieces of Japanese animation, filled with memorable characters and laced with equal parts action and emotion. This volume collects ROBOTECH #1-6, the critically acclaimed WildStorm miniseries that breathed new life into the Robotech universe!
TEEN TITANS: TITANS OF TOMORROW
The super-popular future Titans are arrive in our present time in this story collecting TEEN TITANS #50-54, and they've already taken out the Justice League. What crucial historical event are they here to stop — or contribute to!
JLA: CLASSIFIED #48
The conclusion of the Justice League's conflict with the Weaponers of Qward...who are battling the JLA with the team's own weapons!
TEEN TITANS #50
Don't miss this very special issue that ushers in the new TEEN TITANS creative team of Sean McKeaver and Randy Green, reunites Marv Wolfman and George Pérez for their first new Titans adventure in years, and also features a story by Geoff Johns and Mike McKone — the creators who launched this title! It all begins when the Titans bury another friend — and ends with a deadly, familiar threat as well as an addition to the team.
TEEN TITANS: TITANS EAST
In this latest volume of the hit series, collecting issues #42-47, master assassin Deathstroke has formed his own team of Teen Titans in order to take on the original Teen Titans, destroy them and take their place. What new team of Titans will rise out of the ashes in this epic battle?
JLA: CLASSIFIED #47
Part 1 of a 2-part story written by Mike W. Barr (BATMAN) that pits the classic JLA against an enemy who's managed to strip them of their weapons! Green Lantern without his ring! Wonder Woman without her lasso! Hawkman without his wings! Green Arrow without his arrows! The Atom without his size-changing belt!
DC COMICS PRESENTS: SUPERMAN – SOLE SURVIVOR #1
Superman has his first encounter with one of his earliest and strangest foes, the Ultra-Humanite, in tales from LEGENDS OF THE DC UNIVERSE #1-3 written by James Robinson. Plus, from issue #39 of that series, Superman meets a billionaire who believes Earth is doomed to explode – just like Krypton!