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Written by Brian Azzarello and Matteo Casali, art by Giuseepe Caumuncoli and Diego Latorre, cover by Latorre.

Coming closer to death's door with every step and weakened by a mysterious virus, Batman arrives in Paris searching for answers behind his illness. But with The Joker as a "travel buddy," Batman's guaranteed to face unexpected and terrifying challenges! Major surprises are in store as a never-before-seen secret side of The Joker's life helps the two sworn enemies follow a trail leading to the spectacular cathedral of Notre Dame as they track their common enemy...

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Grant Morrison, art and variant cover by Yanick Paquette and Michael Lacombe, cover by J.H. Williams III.

Batman's Argentinean adventure concludes as The Dark Knight and Gaucho fight to the death to save the lives of countless innocents. Meanwhile, England's other Batman, The Hood, stumbles across a monstrous conspiracy -- can Batman and his international allies stop a plot that threatens to transform the whole world?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by David Finch, art by Finch and Scott Williams, cover by Finch, variant cover by Andy Clarke.

Etrigan the Demon's loyalties are stretched to their breaking point, and when he chooses sides, an epic battle ensues with Batman! The victor can only be decided with the help of a new friend, but there's no time to spare for infighting, because Gotham City is being overrun by a demon horde...

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written, art and cover by Tony Daniel.

Batman uncovers just how deep the Falcone Crime Family has penetrated the inner (and outer) workings of Gotham City, while Kitrina Falcone -- a.k.a. Catgirl -- is tempted to take over the family business. When she finds herself in hot water, she'll need Batman's help or all of her nine lives may run out.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Scott Snyder, art and cover by Jock.

One bright Tuesday morning, the corpse of a killer whale shows up on the floor of one of Gotham City's foremost banks. The event begins a strange and deadly mystery that will bring Batman face-to-face with the new, terrifying faces of organized crime in Gotham. Be here for part 1 of the brand new 3-part "Hungry City."

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Adam Beechen, art by Ryan Benjamin and John Stanisci, cover by Dustin Nguyen.

Batman and the Justice League thought they were prepared for anything, but they didn't expect the all-new Matter Master! How can they defeat a desperate man with complete control over the laws of physics and nothing left to lose? And has Terry's nightmare come true -- could his family already be dead?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Peter J. Tomasi, art by Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray, cover by Gleason, variant cover by Gene Ha.

"Dark Knight, White Knight" part 2 of 3! Batman and Robin find themselves in the middle of a deadly crusade as "angels" continue falling from the skies! The White Knight is shining his heavenly light into the dark corners of Gotham City in his quest to vanquish the shadows of the soul...

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written, art and cover by Neal Adams.

To save his own life from the deadliest assassin on Earth, Ra's al Ghul must turn to the only man on Earth who has the skills to save him: Batman. But if Batman's going to try protecting Ra's from an assassin who's more than willing to kill, The Dark Knight will also have to learn to kill -- and Ra's is training him! Batman has failed every test, and now the consequence will be that Batman, for the sake of his principles, will set a greater evil upon the Earth to replace the lesser...

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Paul Cornell, art by Jimm Broxton, cover by Yanick Paquette.

The Joker is going to kill all British heroes, and he's going to make Jarvis Poker watch. The Knight and Squire and their whole community have to stand together -- or lose everything -- as a chill wind blows through their cozy world.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Paul Dini, art by Dustin Nguyen and Derk Fridolfs, cover by Nguyen.

Final issue. The sequel to "Heart of Hush" concludes! The life of Tommy Elliot takes a shocking new turn as "House of Hush" reaches its final soul-searing chapter. Secrets are revealed, lives are torn apart and a deadly new villain rises to threaten the existence of Batman and his allies.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Fabian Nicieza, art and cover by Marcus To and Ray McCarthy.

Unable to control the Unternet, Red Robin is determined to destroy the villains' communications grid. Once the hero learns that the Mad Men have unwittingly become "roaming sentient servers," Red Robin will have to decide between severing Earth's connection to the Unternet before it kills the Mad Men -- or leaving them in the throes of insanity forever!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Gail Simone, art by inaki Miranda cover by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau.

The astonishing conclusion to "The Death of Oracle," featuring nearly everyone whose life has been touched by Oracle -- villain and hero! How will the DCU operate without its premier infojock, and how will this event affect the Birds of Prey? All this, plus a fan-favorite operative works with the Birds for the first time ever!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Bryan Q. Miller, art and cover by Dustin Nguyen.

Patience may be a virtue, but can Batgirl stand still long enough to stop a super-speedster foe? "The Lesson" continues as the mysterious Order of the Scythe unleashes its first weapon in their war on Batgirl -- Slipstream!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman, art and cover by Williams, variant cover by Amy Reeder.

Horror! A terrifying new villain stalks the innocent children of Gotham City. Intrigue! A threatening government agency is hot on Batwoman's trail. Romance! Kate Kane's new relationship is heating up.

It's all here for our heroine! Can Batwoman stop the new evil rising from the damp back alleys of Gotham's barrios and overcome the many challenges she faces as both Batwoman and Kate Kane? 2011's most anticipated new ongoing series intensifies in this exciting second installment of the 5-part "Hydrology" storyline!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Peter Calloway, art by Jeremy Haun, cover by Guillem March.

Harley Quinn back in Arkham Asylum? Can she resist The Joker's manipulations? Can Catwoman and Poison Ivy save their free-spirited friend from herself? Will she make a mistake that ends the Sirens forever?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by David Hine, art by Cliff Richards, cover by Guillem March.

Final issue! Azrael has reached the end of his pilgrimage only to face the native threat of the zealous Fireball! What really separates these two men of faith? And what purpose does Ra's al Ghul intend to serve?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, art and cover by Jerry Bingham.

Final issue! The dramatic conclusion of the 5-part "Super-Powers" arc reveals the final outcome for Bruce Wayne's revelatory journey from driven loner to the young Batman who would be able to work side-by-side with the other heroes of the DC Universe!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.



Written by Paul Cornell, art by Pete Woods, cover by David Finch and Ryan Winn.

Lex Luthor has left no stone unturned in his quest for the Black Lantern energy, but he's not the only one searching for it -- Brainiac wants the energy and the knowledge it offers all to himself. Trust us, this is gonna be the most vicious Luthor/Brainiac team-up ever. It all sets the stage for both a conclusion and a beginning in next month's historic Action Comics #900, featuring the return of you-know-who.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Nick Spencer, art by RB Silva and Dym, cover by Amanda Conner.

The Action Comics co-feature that everyone's talking about gets its own collection, reprinting the first four parts of the story and presenting 30 all-new pages that bring "Jimmy Olsen's Big Week" to a ridiculously over-the-top close! When Jimmy Olsen finds out that his ex-girlfriend, Chloe Sullivan, is spending a week writing a profile about a young big-shot LexCorp employee, Jimmy is determined to prove to Chloe that he can have just as exciting and interesting a week. Cue bar fights with drunken aliens, a visit to the Yarn Barn with Supergirl, Fifth Dimensional stalkers, and Jimmy Olsen: Space Warrior!

80 pages, $5.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Jeff Lemire, art by Pier Gallo, covers by Eddy Barrows and J.P. Mayer, variant cover by Francis Manapul.

Get ready for the first-ever Superboy/Kid Flash race! Bart Allen may have the speed, but Conner Kent has the power -- who will win?! Meanwhile, a dangerous threat is nipping at their heels, one that may mean the end for Superboy, Kid Flash and all of Smallville!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Chris Roberson, art by Eddy Barrows and J.P. Mayer, cover by John Cassaday, variant cover by Adam Hughes..

Superman visits Boulder, Colorado, as "Grounded" races forward! And speaking of racing, here comes The Flash! The Scarlet Speedster has made a strange discovery that relates to Superman, so he tracks The Man of Steel down in the Centennial State to get some answers! What did Flash discover? Well, let's just say there's a reason Superman isn't very happy to see him.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Cullen Bunn, art by Chriscross and Marc Deering, cover by Travel Foreman.

"Sorcerer Kings" part 2 of 4! When Superman mysteriously vanishes from Earth, Batman must call upon some of the DCU's top mystics such as Dr. Occult to get some answers. Meanwhile, The Man of Steel finds himself fighting side-by-side with a strange Batman against a horde of Solomon Grundies. And just what is the sun doing to his powers?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Nick Spencer, art by Bernard Chang, cover by Amy Reeder and Richard Friend.

Assembling the cream of the crop of the next generation of DCU super-heroes in this issue -- Robin, Static, Miss Martian, Blue Beetle, Batgirl, the new Impulse -- to team up with Supergirl and take on a new villain who promises to define this generation as much as Darkseid, Lex Luthor and The Joker did prior ones. Good luck, kids!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.



Written by Paul Levitz, art by Phil Jimenez and Andy Lanning, cover by Jimenez.

Levitz and Jimenez continue their "Legion Academy" arc starring Legionnaires in training! And the Taurus Gang resurfaces with dark ties to the Academy!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis, art and cover by Chris Batista and Rich Perrotta.

He's managed to avoid paying the price for a loooooong time... but now a newly responsible Booster Gold is ready to step up and serve the time for a crime he committed in his misspent youth! A crime that pretty much created Booster to begin with!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi, art by Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark and Joe Praod, cover by David Finch, variant covers by Ivan Reis.

As the end of Brightest Day approaches, our returned heroes and villains begin converging in one area as the ultimate protector reveals itself against the ultimate menace!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2 and March 16.


Written by Tony Bedard and Marv Wolfman, art by Howard Porter, Livesay and Adriana Melo, covers by Ed Benes..

In issue #3, Brainiac's assault on Earth has begun, with a first strike at Metropolis and The Man of Steel! But what are Brainiac's real motivations for attacking the Daily Planet? And in the bleak, post-apocalyptic future, a weary Lex Luthor gathers the last of Earth's metahumans for one final stand against an overwhelming alien invader!

In issue #4, while planning a counter-strike against Brainiac's ship, the JLA are ambushed on their satellite! Desperate times call for desperate actions! And in the post-apocalyptic future, Luthor plots the greatest betrayal of all!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2 and March 16.


Written by Keith Giffen, art by Matthew Clark and Ron Randall, cover by Clark.

All super hero teams with a high-tech headquarters please take one step forward...not so fast, Doom Patrol! When Cliff, Larry and Rita are evicted from Oolong Island, they discover the rest of the super hero community is less than welcoming.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Geoff Johns, art and cover by Francia Manapul, variant cover by Scott Kolins.

The road to Flashpoint is paved with good intentions, but The Flash is about to learn the truth behind those good intentions -- and the secret of Hot Pursuit!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, art and cover by Travis Moore and Trevor Scott.

The Freedom Fighters have found all the artifacts, but the clock's still counting down as they struggle to learn how to use them. And with so many of their teammates already down for the count, what can they do when they discover a traitor in their ranks?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Jeff Lemire, art by Mahmu Asrar and John Dell, cover by Gary Frank.

Continuing from Adventure Comics #521, it's the conclusion to Ray Palmer's acclaimed story "Nucleus" in an extra-sized issue! The terror group called The Colony hatches its last-ditch gambit to steal The Atom's technology. Guest-starring Hawkman, Oracle and more!

56 pages, $4.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by J.T. Krul, art by Diogenes Neves and Vicente Cifuentes, cover by Rodolfo Migliari, variant cover by Clayton Crain.

Brightest Day nears its end as something terrible stirs within the forest and Oliver Queen discovers his role in Star City. How will Green Arrow help pave the way for Earth's Protector?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Geoff Johns, art by Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy, cover by Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert, variant cover by Tyler Kirkham and Batt.

"War of the Green Lanterns" ignites with part 1 of the blockbuster event that'll burn into the summer! A malevolent force has usurped control over all the power batteries, leaving the Corps powerless except for a select few members. Now it's up to Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, John Stewart and Sinestro to regain control -- but can these warriors overcome their differences in time to save the universe?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Tony Bedard, art and cover by Tyler Kirkham and Batt, variant cover by Patrick Gleason.

"War of the Green Lanterns" part 2! Kyle Rayner vs. John Stewart!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Peter J. Tomasi, art by Fernando Pasarin and Cam Smith, cover by Felipe Massafera, variant cover by Tyler Kirkham.

In "War of the Green Lanterns" part 3, it's the main event! Guy Gardner vs. Hal Jordan -- winner take all!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.

JLA/THE 99 #6

Written by Fabian Nicieza and Stuart Moore, art by Tom Derenick and Drew Geraci, cover by Felipe Massafera.

The first-ever meeting between DC Comics' Justice League of America and Teshkeel Comics' The 99 concludes. The two disparate teams pull together to show what working side-by-side can accomplish on a global scale! The World's Greatest Super Heroes and The World's Newest Super Heroes defy the odds and triumph over the combined terror of Starro from beyond and the homegrown threat of Rughal!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, art and cover by Jordi Bernet.

It's man vs. the wild as Jonah Hex is besieged by a deadly blizzard the likes of which only a comic book master like Jordi Bernet can do justice! But it's not just Mother Nature who's out to do Hex in -- there's also the matter of the mysterious stranger who provides Jonah shelter... and the group of armed men approaching the cabin...

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Judd Winick, #21 art by Aaron Lopresti, #22 art by Fernando Dagnino, covers by Dustin Nguyen, variant covers by Kevin Maguire.

It's the calm before the storm in issue #21. Beetle is dead, Max Lord has Checkmate and the hunt for Wonder Woman has begun. But Booster Gold has given up after losing another friend to Max Lord, and the JLI is left without a leader!

In issue #22, Max's ultimate OMAC Project closes in on completion, and the JLI race to find Wonder Woman before Max finds her first. Along the way, Power Girl, Batman and one more former-JLI member will join the team -- but will their combined efforts be enough?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9 and March 16.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, art and cover by Scott Kolins.

The first chapter in the JSA's new mission may be brought to a premature end as Scythe returns, bringing Chaos to the streets of the Society's newly rebuilt Supertown! Luckily, the heroes' new society is drawing the right kind of help to the fledgling city -- including the return of a fallen colleague!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Matthew Sturges, art and cover by Freddie Williams II.

The mystery of "The Puzzle Men" concludes! Only by piecing together clues and weaponry from the past will the All-Stars be able to get to the bottom of Arthur Pemberton's master plan!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by James Robinson, art by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund, cover by Booth, variant cover by David Mack.

"The Rise of Eclipso" continues! With the Spectre fallen and darkness spread throughout the DC Universe, no one is safe from Eclipso's control! Not any of DCs shadow-based heroes and villains. Not Alan Scott and the magical beings of the moon's Emerald City. Not even the World's Greatest Heroes! And when Eclipso's ultimate goal is revealed, they'll see that it's scale is even bigger than the DC Universe. One lone hero has the power to make sure all be well however...for he has hope. Introducing Blue Lantern Saint Walker to the Justice League of America! In the remains of New Krypton, Doomsday tears through Batman, Supergirl and Alpha Lantern Boodikka in his search for Cyborg Superman as "Reign of Doomsday" rampages on!

32 page, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Paul Levitz, art and cover by Yildiray Cinar and Wayne Faucher.

A jam-packed extravaganza! Star Boy returns from the 21st century! Sensor Girl searches for Karate Kid! The team trails the escaped Legion of Super-Villains! And Saturn Girl seeks Harmonia Li's blood—and the reason why will shock you!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Paul Levitz, art and cover by Francis Portela.

This 31st century team of psychopaths returns! Now led by Saturn Queen, they break out of the prison world Takron-Galtos to wreak havoc on the United Planets. DCU fans won't want to miss this one-shot, which sets up a major 2011 storyline that'll shake the universe!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Dan DiDio, art by Keith Giffen and Scott Koblish, cover by Philip Tan.

For the last year, tensions have been building between the two Outsiders teams -- now it's all-out war! It's Outsider vs. Outsider as Geo-Force is finally pushed to the edge when he learns Black Lightning and his team have invaded Markovia in an attempt to overthrow Geo-Force's rule. It's a battle royal that not even Batman may be able to stop!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Judd Winick, art and cover by Sami Basri.

Superman arrives to offer Power Girl help in untangling the mess Max Lord has left her life in, but they won't get much quality time in thanks to the dinosaurs that have suddenly appeared in New York City!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.

R.E.B.E.L.S. #26

Written by Tony Bedard, art by Claude St. Aubin and Scott Hanna, cover by Aaron Lopresti.

Vril Dox: mind-slave to Starro the Conqueror. Adam Strange: a failure as leader. Lobo: M.I.A. If you think things couldn't get worse for our rebellious team of space-cops, think again. Their only hope lies in a mindless monster and a traitorous teenaged super-genius.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Gail Simone, art by J. Calafiore, cover by Daniel Luvisi.

Part 1 of the 3-part "The Darkest House," the story readers have been demanding. A member of the Secret Six attempts to bring back a fallen loved one by using the demonic "Get Out of Hell Free" card stolen back in the first arc of the series! And as it turns out, Hell wants the card back...

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by J.T. Krul art and cover by Nicola Scott and Doug Hazelwood.

A brand-new day brings a brand-new hero to the world of the Teen Titans! Strange disappearances on an archeological dig prompt Wonder Girl's mother to ask the team for help. But what part does the new hero Solstice have in these mysterious absences? Will she help the Titans -- or hurt them?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Nick Spencer, art by Cafu, Bit and Ryan Sook, cover by Francis Manapul.

This issue spotlights Menthor -- a.k.a. Toby the Salesman. If you think you know Toby, well, you're wrong, and in a sequence illustrated by Ryan Sook, boy will you see why! Nick Spencer and CAFU turn everything on its head this issue, as the secrets behind both Spider and T.H.U.N.D.E.R. finally start to come to light.

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Eric Wallace, art and cover by Fabrizio Fiorentino.

When Deathstroke and the Titans infiltrate an island paradise to take down Drago, a telepathic madman running his own gladiatorial games, Cheshire and Arsenal seize the opportunity to finally betray Slade. Can they kill him before Drago kills them? And can Isis forgive Osiris for what he did to bring her back to life?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Kevin Van Hook, Aaron Lopresti and Kevin Maguire, art by Jerry Ordway, Aaron Lopresti, Matt Ryan and Kevin Maguire, cover by Maguire.

Things are only getting weirder as Garbage Man makes first contact with a monster even more gruesome than himself! Tanga must do battle with a titanic, world-devouring beast -- and a titanic, brain-devouring hangover! And Lobo comes face-to-blob with the High Chancellor of Phu'Barr!

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Phil Hester, art and cover by Don Kramer and Jay Leisten, variant cover by Alex Garner.

In a near-death vision, Diana experiences the power of Dr. Psycho! But is he foe or friend? Wonder Woman's intensely trippy story continues as hints of her "normal" reality continue popping up in unexpected ways. Don't miss this issue's revelations!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by John Rozum, art by Frazer Irving, variant cover by Brendan McCarthy.

You can't keep a good Xombi down! The immortal David Kim -- kept "alive" by nanotech enhancements -- returns to the DC Universe in a new ongoing series! As an undying, unchanging Xombi, David Kim must watch the world consume itself and burn while humanity grows more distant from each other due to the rise of technology. What would a Xombi do just to feel change again? And where will he ever be able to find a kindred soul?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Paul Dini, art by Jamal Igle, cover by Adam Hughes.

Satanic sorcerer Brother Night lost his magical powers when Zatanna defeated him atop Mount Diablo. But in prison, he's forged a bloody pact that could make him the most dangerous nemesis she's ever faced! Last time, her friends barely escaped with their lives; this time, they might not be so lucky!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.



Written by Ivan Brandon and Brian Azzarello, art by Nic Klein, cover by J.G. Jones.

The nukes are in the air, the clock is ticking, and Doc Savage is... dead?! This isn't going to end well for the millions of innocents trapped in the Zone, and it looks like it's already ended badly for Doc! Has the Man of Bronze cheated death again? Or will his bones rot forever under a sheet of radioactive desert glass?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by David Hine, art by Moritat, cover by Ladronn.

Death is coming for Commissioner Dolan -- and it wears The Spirit's face! The assassin sent to Central City by the South American cartels is a master of deadly automatons, but do The Spirit and the cops even know what they're looking for? They'd take a bullet for Dolan, but can they stop a killer who's taken countless lives without touching a gun?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.



Written by Alan Moore, art by J.H. Williams III, Mick Gray, Eric Shanower, Chris Sprouse and Karl Story, cover by Williams.

Promethea is back from her tour of the higher realms -- but how will her friend Stacia, who took her place as Promethea while she was gone, deal with her reappearance? Then, the end of the world is nigh -- and The Painted Doll intends to settle accounts with Promethea before it's too late. This new oversized, slipcased collection includes the dazzling final issue of the series, as well as the "Little Margie" stories illustrated by Eric Shanower, plus Chris Sprouse's version of the end of the world Promethea shared with other ABC heroes from Tom Strong #36!

328 pages, $99.99, in stores on August 17.


Written by Robbie Morrison, art by Trevor Hairsine and Sergio Sandoval, cover by Jim Murray.

The legendary franchise comes to comics in advance of the highly-anticipated new game! Haunted by the ghosts of his past, Adam Jensen purses an augmented terrorist group and learns that, even in a world of superhuman enhancements, the female is still the deadliest of the species...

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Brian Wood, art by Rebekah Isaacs, cover by Jim Lee.

The super powered losers, freaks and masochists of DV8 have seen a lot, but it's nothing compared to this! As Gem Antonelli (a.k.a. Copycat) is debriefed in a holding cell, the story of how eight troubled teens were briefly gods of a prehistoric world unfolds in this collection of the 8-issue miniseries!

192 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 20.


Written by Williams Harms, art by Eric Nguyen, covers by Doug Mahnke.

The PlayStation 3 video game explodes into comics! While delivering a mysterious package, bike courier Cole MacGrath is caught in a massive explosion that gives him electric superpowers. As his world collapses around him, Cole must defend himself and his city from government forces that'll stop at nothing to capture him. In issue #2, shadowy FBI agent Moya Jones has ordered Cole MacGrath captured, no matter the cost! As soldiers flood the streets of Empire City -- and Cole struggles to protect the city's citizens -- an unspeakable horror rises from the depths of an old First Sons' lab.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9 and March 23.


Written by Cully Hamner, Erich Hoeber, Jon Hoeber and others, art by Hamner, David Hahn and others, photo cover.

This new collection features the four one-shot tie-ins based on the hit film from Summit Entertainment, as well as the prequel issue to the original acclaimed graphic novel! Spend some time with the world's top intelligence agents and learn how killing in the service of their countries earned them the label RED: "Retired, extremely dangerous."

144 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 6.


Written by Ian Edginton, art by Davide Fabbri, cover by Ryan Sook.

The pulse-pounding series reaches its conclusion as Sherlock Holmes and Count Dracula meet in final conflict! And the winner will hold the very heart and soul of the British Empire!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Micky Neilson and James Waugh, art by Ludo Lullabi and Tony Washington, cover by Glen Rane.

Gilneas City has fallen to the Worgen. Halford Ramsey lies near death and a terrible new threat waits in the shadows. In their darkest hour, will Genn Greymane and the citizens of Gilneas find the strength to stand against impossible odds?

40 pages, $4.99, in stores on March 30.



Written by Scott Snyder, art by Danijel Zezelj, cover by Rafael Albuquerque, variant cover by Sean Murphy.

Part 1 of the American Vampire World War II Epic begins here with a tale of heroism -- and horror! Hawaii, 1944. For nearly two decades, Henry Preston and his wife, American Vampire Pearl Jones, have tried to live a quiet life. But with war raging overseas, Henry feels he can no longer live in the shadows, and makes a deal to join a covert mission to a remote Japanese island -- an island inhabited by an enemy far more dangerous than any Axis powers. It's the war in the Pacific like you've never seen it before with Pearl, Henry and Skinner Sweet at the heart of it all and more fangs and blood than ever before.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Scott Snyder, art by Rafael Albuquerque and Mateo Santoluco, cover by Albuquerque.

In this second volume, collecting issues #6-11 of the hit Vertigo series, it's Las Vegas circa 1935, and Skinner Sweet and our gal Pearl are about to learn the hard way that the bloodsuckers in Hollywood were nothing compared to what awaits them in Sin City. In just a few short years, young police chief Cash McCogan has watched his native city of Las Vegas go from cow-town to wild, glittering boomtown. And when the bodies of prominent businessmen start showing up drained of blood, Chief McCogan finds himself facing a threat much darker and deadlier than anything he could have imagined . . . and the only sure bet in town is that Skinner and Pearl are right in the thick of it.

160 pages, $24.99, in stores on May 25.


Written by Christos N. Gage, art by Chris Samnee, cover by Lee Bermejo.

In New York City, a killer known as "Henry The Eighth" leaves a trail of decapitated corpses — keeping the severed heads to use for unknown purposes. NYPD Detective Adam Kamen leads the investigation, until a seemingly unrelated freak incident leaves him with a brain injury in the section known as "Brodmann Area 10." When he recovers, Adam's perceptions of time are altered. He becomes slowly convinced that his bizarre condition could be tied directly to the "Henry" case — and that the key may lie in the ancient, mystical practice of trepanation.

184 pages, black and white, $12.99, in stores on April 13.


Written by Chris Roberson, art by Shawn McMAnus, cover by Chrissie Zullo.

In the first issue, readers learned the identity of Cinderella's long-time nemesis and Cinderella discovered that her nemesis is apparently back from the dead! But if that's true, then where has the assassin been all of these years? And how did Cinderella end up with a nemesis in the first place? Come with us as we return to the totally grody '80s to find out.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.

DMZ #63

Written by Brian Wood, art by Riccardo Burchelli, cover by JP Leon.

For close to six years, the DMZ has been a no-man's-land where armies feared to tread -- but not any longer. The rival armies of the USA and the FSA clash in the streets of the city, and Matty Roth watches his adopted city bleed -- but is it for the greater good? "Free States Rising" continues here!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Bill Willingham, art by Mark Buckingham and Steve Leialoha, cover by Joao Ruas.

When the world is threatened by a strange creature with alarming supernatural powers, you naturally form a small commando team of rough, tough customers and put them in tight costumes to confront said creature, right? Isn't that how it's usually done in a rational world? Don't miss part 2 of "Super Team!"

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham, art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Andrew Pepoy, Chrissie Zullo, Joao Ruas, Adam Hughes, J.H. Williams Iii and Dave Johnson, cover by Joao Ruas.

The next volume in the New York Times best-selling series, collecting issues #94-100! Rose Red, sister of Snow White, has finally hit rock bottom. Will she stay there, or is it time to start the long, tortuous climb back up? The Farm is in chaos, as many factions compete to fill the void of her missing leadership. And there's a big magical fight brewing down in the town square, right under her window.

256 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 6.


Written by Peter Milligan, art by Giuseppe Camuncoli, and cover by Simon Bisley.

As far as Gemma Masters is concerned, she was assaulted by her own uncle -- by John Constantine himself! Now, she wants her revenge. Unbeknowst to John, our scruffy urban mage has more immediate concerns: his lovely new wife finds him repulsive. Or rather, Epiphany is suddenly freaked out by the sight of his thumb-less hand. This sets Epiphany on a dark journey into her past and pushes Constantine on an even darker quest along London's North Circular Road, in search of a new digit...

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Matthew Sturges, art by Luca Rossi, Jose Marzan and Darwyn Cooke, cover by Esao Andrews.

Harry and Fig are in the same city at last, but that world is the Conception world of Geácnung Léoht and that city is their capital, Numol Ceaster. As Fig and Harry near what they hope is their final confrontation with Fig's greatest enemy, a traitor emerges in the explosive climax of "Conception." Featuring a dark tale of suspense and horror illustrated by comic book icon Darwyn Cooke!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Chris Roberson, art and cover by Michael Allred.

Gwen visits the Oregon street where she grew up, coming face-to-face with a part of her past that she'd completely forgotten. Meanwhile, the monster-hunters and the vampire girls come to an understanding, Ellie meets Spot's new roommate, and Galatea and Amon get cosmic. Plus, just when it seems things couldn't get more exciting, Gwen goes to the comic book store! See what thrills await in the climactic conclusion of "uVampire!"

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Grant Morrison, art and cover by Sean Murpy.

All of Joe's new allies and enemies descend upon the same battlefield as he and his army have their final showdown with Death itself! Hearts will be broken and sacrifices will be made as the white-hot team of Grant Morrison and Sean Murphy wrap up one of the most talked-about miniseries of the year in an unforgettable extra-sized issue!

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Brian Wood, art and cover by Ryan Kelly.

Ren Severin, our laidback west coast transplant, has been MIA a bit, but now we find out what she's been up to -- something that threatens to tear the college roommates apart. Also, the homeless Olive (our "five" in The New York Five) deals with her own demons.

32 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Brian Wood, art by Simon Gane, cover by Massimo Carnevale.

"The Siege Of Paris" continues as foot soldier Mads documents the brutality of the siege and winter threatens to do what the trebuchets can't quite manage: wipe out his army. One late night commando-style raid across the frigid Seine to the very walls of Paris suggests a possible way out and a victory that a few hundred have denied tens of thousands.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written, art and cover by Peter Bagge.

Meet three certified geeks: a self-loathing journalist who has a seemingly normal girlfriend, a conspiracy theorist who still lives with his mother and an unemployed gamer who lives in his car. While the past unites this group of neurotic thirty-somethings, the future will hit them harder than a (insert your favorite gaming metaphor here) when their all-too-real fantasy existence threatens to destroy them in Other Lives, an original graphic novel from award-winning creator Peter Bagge. Zelig meets Dr. Strangelove by way of The Big Bang Theory in this hilarious and heartless exploration of identity - both real and created.

136 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 27.


Written by Neil Gaiman, art by Shawn McManus, Colleen Doran, Bryan Talbot, George Pratt and others, cover by Dave McKean.

Take an apartment house, add a drag queen, a lesbian couple, some talking animals, a talking severed head, a confused heroine and the deadly cuckoo. Stir vigorously with a hurricane and Morpheus himself and you get this fifth volume of the Sandman series, collecting issues #32-37 of the Vertigo classic. This story stars Barbie, who first makes an appearance in The Doll's House and now finds herself a princess in a vivid dreamworld.

192 pages, $19.99, in stores on April 27.


Written by Jason Aaron, art by R.M. Guera, cover by Jock.

"Running to Stand Still" continues with a state of total upheaval on The Rez. Plus, love is in the air for Dino Poor Bear. But love, as we know, can make men do the strangest things...

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written, art and cover by Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, Nate Powell and Emi Lenox.

One of Vertigo's most experimental titles takes even more chances as Matt Kindt, Nate Powell and Emi Lenox contribute stories alongside Jeff Lemire for a very special stand-alone issue. As the three female characters of Sweet Tooth go off to collect firewood for the night, we see glimpses of their past, all of which reveal something more about the mysterious plague that decimated America.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Warren Ellis, art by Darick Robertson and Rodney Ramos, cover by Moebius.

In this new edition collecting issues #49-54, Spider Jerusalem turns up some startling evidence and a sole witness to President Callahan's depravity. The problem will be getting the word out before the President's massive forces black out everything -- and everyone -- involved.

144 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 20.


Written by Mike Carey, art by Peter Gross and Vince Locke, cover by Yuko Shimizu.

Tom's search for the source of his father's power has ended in disaster, as he joins an eclectic group of doomed mariners in a trap that they all should have seen coming. But there's one great whale he hasn't even met yet, and it's the most powerful of all. Maybe it has the answer to Tom's question -- if he lives long enough to ask it.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 16.



Written by Sholly Fisch, art and cover by Rick Burchett and Dan Davis.

No man escapes the space-faring Manhunters! But what if the Manhunters are after the wrong man? It's up to Batman and Green Lantern Guy Gardner to find an answer -- if the two heroes can manage to get along!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Marc Bernardin, art and cover by Mike Cavallaro.

During a fight with Triple Trouble, the Ultimatrix powers down on Ben and he's left powerless! After Gwen and Kevin save the day, the duo convince Ben that he should get some training to prepare himself for the occasions when he can't call on the Ultimatrix for help.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 30.


Written by Bill Matheny, art by David Santana, cover by Scott Gross.

Ralph E. Wolf and Sam Sheepdog are at it again! Ralph's not meeting his sheep-catching quota, so a "success coach" is brought in to help him. Unfortunately for Ralph, that coach is Daffy Duck, and as usual, he's full of plenty of sage "advice."

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Sholly Fisch, art and cover by Fabio Laguna.

With so many successful cases under their belts and their fame spreading far and wide, Scooby and the gang receive the ultimate honor: a pair of big-shot producers are making a Saturday-morning cartoon based on their adventures! But there may not be a TV series if production keeps getting derailed by the ghost that's haunting the studio!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Art Baltazar and Franco, art and cover by Baltazar.

The awesome underwater issue! Guest-starring Aqualad, Arthur Jr., Inky, Fluffy and Steve, the Sea Horse! Aquagirl introduces everybody to her new Tiny Titans team, "The Hurtin' Titans!" Featuring: Hardrock, The Face, Star Spangled Kid and TNTeena! Ker-sploosh!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Art Baltazar and Franco, art and cover by Mike Norton.

Superboy discovers that an unwanted guest in the team's cave is not really what he appears to be! Is the threat deadly to only The Boy of Steel -- or is the enture Justice League in danger, as well? Superboy struggles to find the balance between fighting for himself and for the sake of others!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 16.




Written by Dan Jurgens, Jerry Ordway, Louise Simonson, Roger Stern and Jeph Loeb, art by Dan Jurgens, Jerry Ordway, Chris Batista, Gil Kane, Dennis Janke, Brett Breeding, John Nyberg, Ed Mcguinness, Walden Wong and Cam Smith, cover by Carlos Pacheco and Jesus Merino.

Reprinting tales of the dread being known as Doomsday just in time for the "Reign of Doomsday" storyline marching its way through the DCU! First, from Doomsday Annual #1, a host of writers and artists look at Doomsday's early rampage through the cosmos before his fateful first encounter with The Man of Steel, guest-starring the Green Lantern Corps, Darkseid and more. Then, in a tale from Superman #175, the Red Hulk team of Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness present a disturbing vision of Doomsday, as the creature is "Jokerized" and reborn as Doomsday Rex!

96 pages, $7.99, in stores on March 2.


Written by Will Pfeifer, art and cover by Jill Thompson.

The 4-issue miniseries from writer Will Pfeifer and artist Jill Thompson is collected at last! Meet Wally Maurer, his girlfriend Nancy, and his housemates at Knox State, a college where the goal for most students is to survive one another's senior projects (time-travel machines, "hyper-cinema-vérité" and armed robbery, for example) -- as well as their own. Prepare for a cutting satire that takes on the elitism, mindless amusements and hidden agendas of higher education as seen through the eyes of five seniors who just want to graduate -- without getting killed.

96 pages, $7.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Tom Peyer, art by Tony Harris, Wade Von Grawbadger and Wayne Faucher, cover by Tony Harris.

In a 3-part tale from Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #169-171 featuring art by Tony Harris, The Dark Knight encounters Frank Sharp, an exceptionally ugly man who has the ability to make people do whatever he wants just by shaking their hand. Sharp is out to make a name for himself in Gotham City's worlds of politics and crime -- if Batman doesn't stop him first. Plus, a tale illustrated by Harris from Hourman #22, guest-starring Young Justice!

96 pages, $7.99, in stores on March 16.


Written by Marv Wolfman, art by Gene Colan and Bob Smith, cover by Colan and Dick Giordano.

The creative team behind Tomb of Dracula reunited in 1982 for DC's Night Force! Now, DC reprints issues #1-4 of this cult favorite series that taps into the lore of Dracula. The series begins as the mysterious sorcerer Baron Winter assembles a team to take on an occult evil. But can the granddaughter of Dracula's greatest foe, a powerful parapsychologist and a timelost warrior from the court of King David tackle these threats?

96 pages, $7.99, in stores on March 23.


Written by Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi, art by Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark and Joe Prado, cover by David Finch.

Once dead, twelve heroes and villains were resurrected by a white light expelled from deep within the center of the earth. Now, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, Firestorm, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Deadman, Jade, Osiris, Hawk, Captain Boomerang and Zoom must discover the mysterious reason behind their return and uncover the secret that binds them all. In this second volumes, which issues #8-16 of the series, find out whether Deadman is truly destined to wield the White Lantern and who the new Aqualad is. Plus, Firestorm's dueling alter egos take a bizarre journey, while Martian Manhunter returns to Mars to learn about the strange creature that's stalking him.

240 pages, $29.99, in stores on May 4.


Written by Grant Morrison, art by Cameron Stewart, Frazer Irving and David Finch, cover by Frank Quitely.

Grant Morrison's best-selling run on Batman & Robin continues with this volume collecting issues #13-16 and Batman: The Return #1. On the eve of Bruce Wayne's return to Gotham City, the new Batman and Robin team that battled crime during his absence must deal with the deadly return of The Joker. Then, Grant Morrison connects Batman & Robin with the best-selling The Return of Brue Wayne for the climactic showdown between Batman and The Black Glove. And in an epic tale illustrated by David Finch, learn what happens to Dick Grayson after the "real" Batman returns.

168 pages, $24.99, in stores on May 11.


Written by Gail Simons, art by Ed Benes, Adriana Melo, Alvin Lee and others, cover by Benes.

Soaring out of Brightest Day, the Birds of Prey are back! In this volume, collecting the first six issues of their new series, The Birds of Prey are forced to ally themselves with one of the worst of Gotham City's mega-criminals while they struggle to save his life from the unspeakable horror that hunts them all. Pursued by an unstoppable killer, the Birds must run a gauntlet of insane gang members and corrupt cops while trying to keep a teammate alive.

160 pages, $22.99, in stores on May 11.


Written by Paul Dini and Scott Lobdell, art and cover by Guillem March.

Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn have a new agenda in this title collecting Gotham City Sirens #1-7. The three villains are tired of playing by other people's rules -- now they're planning to strike out in their own unique ways.

176 pages, $17.99, in stores in April 13.


Written by Dan Jurgens, art and cover by Jurgens and Norm Rapmund.

With Batman lost in time, DC's top heroes must search throughout history to find him -- and keep time from tearing itself apart! Rip Hunter puts together a high-powered band of Time Masters to travel through history in search of the World's Greatest Detective, but can even the combined power of Superman, Green Lantern and Booster Gold help the Time Masters pinpoint where Batman went at the end of Final Crisis? Collecting the 6-issue miniseries!

144 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 6.


Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis, art by Chris Batista, Rich Perrotta and Pat Olliffe, cover by Kevin Maguire.

The shocking events of Justice League: Generation Lost leave Booster Gold bloody and beaten in these tales from issues #32-38. The only way for him to put right what went wrong and save the people he loves is to travel back into the past. But what happens when Booster comes face-to-face with himself and Justice League International?

168 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 13.


Written by Paul Malmont and Jason Starr, art by Howard Porter, Art Thibert and Scott Hampton, cover by J.G. Jones.

In this volume collecting the first five issues of his new series, pulp hero extraordinaire Doc Savage is the target of a brazen attack on New York City, and tragedy strikes one of Doc's compatriots. Doc Savage and his crew must take the fight to the sinister mercenaries who've targeted them. And a hard-hitting Justice, Inc. co-feature, starring Richard Benson, the Avenger! When criminals abduct one of his own detectives, Benson's icy heart sears with a rage hotter than any he's ever known.

168 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 20.


Written by Garth Ennis, art and cover by John McCrea.

Angered by Tommy Monaghan's previous attack, the Arkannone, a cabal of creatures residing in Hell, send the 10-foot tall skeletal demon Mawzir on a mission of revenge. Realizing that x-ray vision and telepathy are no match for the six-armed, artillery-toting hellspawn, Hitman sends Catwoman and Etrigan the Demon on a quest to hell to retrieve the one weapon that can stop Mawzir: the gun known as the Ace of Killers. A new edition of the title collecting Hitman #15-22!

192 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 20.


Written by Geoff Johns, art by Angel Unzueta, Doug Hazlewood, Scott Kolins, Ethan Van Sciver and others, cover by Scott Kolins.

The first in a series of hardcover volumes that collect all of the best-selling issues of The Flash written by comics superstar Geoff Johns, beginning with issues #164-176, plus The Flash: Our Worlds at War #1, The Flash: Iron Heights and The Flash Secret Files #3! In this volume, Wally West finds himself without his super speed in a darker, mirror version of Keystone City. Can a powerless Flash defeat Captain Cold and Mirror Master to save the city he loves? Plus, The Flash is shocked to learn that a strange cult is killing all the people he has ever rescued.

448 pages, $75, in stores on May 18.


Written by Geoff Johns, art and cover by Ethan Van Sciver.

Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver, the writer/artist team behind the blockbuster Green Lantern: Rerbirth and The Sinestro Corps War, create an explosive, jaw-dropping epic that reintroduces Barry Allen as The Flash in this new collection of the fast-paced 6-issue miniseries. But how will this greatest of all Flashes find his place in the 21st century?

168 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 27.


Written by Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti, art by Vicente Alcazar, Phil Winslade, Jordi Bernet, Giancarlo Caracuzzo and Brian Stelfreeze, cover by Darwyn Cooke.

In this volume collecting Jonah Hex #55-60, we learn more about Hex's savage origins and how love played a crucial part in making him the bounty hunter he became.

144 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 27.


Written by Darwyn Cooke, B. Clay Moore, Matt Sturges and others, art by Darwyn Cooke, Phil Winslade, Justiniano and others, cover by Cooke.

Collecting 2010's five unforgettable one-shots that took a modern look at warfare courtesy of some of today's top comic talents. Includes G.I. Combat #1 featuring The Haunted Tank, Our Army at War #1 starring Sgt. Rock, Weird War Tales #1, Our Fighting Forces #1 spotlighting The Losers, and Star-Spangled War Stories #1 focusing on French Resistance icon Mademoiselle Marie!

128 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 6.


Written by James Robinson, Greg Ruck and Steling Gates, art by Pete Woods, Jamal Igle and others, cover by Aaron Lopresti.

Superman's pal Jimmy Olsen takes center stage in this new collection of tales from Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen Special #2, Superman #691, Supergirl #44, Action Comics #880 and Superman: World of New Krypton #6.

144 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 13.


Written by Paul Levitz, art by Jerry Ordway, Renato Guedes and others, cover by Fabrizio Fiorentino.

While The Man of Steel's godlike presence on another world is perverted by Lex Luthor, zealous Superman followers look to make human sacrifices in his name back on Earth. Can Batman save the first victim before it's too late? Find out in these tales from issues #72-75! Plus, in a future epic taken from the sold-out Superman/Batman Annual #4, Terry McGinnis must uncover what's happening in Superman's home and face a very old -- and vindictive -- villain!

160 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 20.


Written, art and cover by Sheldon Mayer.

DC's cult favorite comic about a pair of precocious babies is collected at last in this volume. Hot-tempered Sugar Plumm and shy Cecil "Spike" Wilson may be toddlers, but they know more about getting into trouble than most grown-ups. And while they can understand each other perfectly, all their parents seem to hear when they speak is "Glx sptzl glaah!" Now, DC Comics collects their classic series for the first time, starting with issues #1-10, in this hardcover showcasing stories and art by the talented Sheldon Mayer, inspired by the hijinks of his own children.

240 pages, $59.99, in stores on August 31.


Written by Dennis O'Neil and Elliot S. Maggin, art by Neal Adams, Dick Giordano, Mike Grell, Vince Colletta and others, cover by Adams.

Green Lantern's Showcase Presents series continues with issues #76-100, including the famed stories that teamed Green Lantern with Green Arrow, in which the two heroes face issues of the day including women's rights, political corruption, religious intolerance and more — all while battling evil. This volume also includes adventures from GL's 1976 relaunch, collected here for the first time!

496 pages, black and white, $19.99, in stores on April 20.


Written by Sterling Gates and Tony Bedard, art by Ardian Syaf, Nelson DeCastro and others, cover by Syaf.

In the wake of Blackest Night and the dawn of Brightest Day, the Alpha Lanterns seek to force Green Lanterns John Stewart, Kyle Rayner and former Guardian Ganthet into their ranks. Will they be able to resist, stop the revolt of the Alpha Lanterns led by their evil mastermind, Cyborg Superman, and discover his sinister new secret agenda? Find out in these tales from Green Lantern Corps #21-22 and 48-52!

176 pages, $22.99, in stores on May 25.


Written by Geoff Johns, art and cover by Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert.

This new edition of the Green Lantern tale written by Geoff Johns, with art and newly redesigned cover by Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert, collects the classic story from issues #29-35 that laid the groundwork for Blackest Night. It also includes pages from other Green Lantern collected editions designed to introduce readers to other volumes in the series and an introduction by Ryan Reynolds, star of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Green Lantern" major motion picture!

192 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 6.

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