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MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2018




Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art and cover by Patrick Gleason, variant covers by Francis Manapul, David Mack.

Acclaimed writer Brian Michael Bendis' new chapter for the Man of Steel and the world of tomorrow begins here! The devastating repercussions from the Man of Steel miniseries still reverberate as Metropolis enters a new age! The Daily Planet teeters on the brink of disaster! A new criminal element has made its way onto the streets of Superman's hometown! The longest- running superhero comic of all time explodes off the page with art by fan favorite Patrick Gleason.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Riccardo Federici, cover by Stjepan Sejic, variant cover by Joshua Middleton.

Behold King Rath, wielder of the Abyssal Dark magic and destined to conquer all of Atlantis! What power exists to turn the tide? Aquaman's trident? Scuttled! The armies of Atlantis? Circling the drain. It's all on Aquaman...or is it? What allies will rally to the Sea King's side in the epic conclusion to the King Rath saga? The final battle is joined!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Marguerite Bennett, Mairghread Scott and Paul Dini, art by Dan Panosian, Paul Pelletier and Emanuela Lupacchino, cover by Rafael Albuerque, variant cover by Joshua Middleton.

On her return to Gotham City, family matters force Barbara to confront her complicated relationship with Dick Grayson. But does Dick have time for a heart-to-heart while subbing as Batman when Bruce Wayne is out of action? This extra-sized anniversary issue also offers a look at the next arc of the series by Mairghread Scott and Paul Pelletier as the monstrous villain Grotesque murders wealthy art owners and defiles their bodies to create his own "art." And since this is the issue that keeps on giving, also look for a special backup story by Harley Quinn co-creator Paul Dini and artist Emanuela Lupacchino.

40 pages, $4.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Tom King, art by Mikel Janin, David Finch, Joelle Jones, Mitch Gerads, Rafael Albuquerque, Neal Adams, Andy Kubert, Becky Cloonan, Ty Templeton, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Frank Miller, Lee Bermejo and more, covers by Mike Janin, Oliver Coipel, Jim Lee and Scott Williams.

It's the wedding you never thought you'd see! The Batrimony is real as Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle are set to tie the knot in a can't-miss, extra-length milestone issue that will reshape Gotham City. All their friends (and a few enemies?) will be party to a comic book coupling for the ages. Tom King officiates the sure-to-be-offbeat nuptials, joined by an all-star lineup of guest classic Bat-artists doffing their hats to the lucky couple in a series of pre-wedding flashback scenes sure to set the romantic mood.

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Tom King, art and cover by Lee Weeks, variant cover by Olivier Coipel.

The honeymoon's over for Bruce Wayne as Gotham City's most prominent citizen gets selected for jury duty in a chilling court case involving Mr. Freeze! Freeze claims the charges should be dismissed because Batman used excessive force; cue the outrage and media circus. While doing his civic duty, Wayne's forced to take a hard look at the Dark Knight's methods. And hey...what is Dick Grayson doing running around the city dressed as Batman?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Dan Jurgens, art by Will Conrad, cover by Viktor Kalvachev, variant cover by Dave Johnson.

Batman's got a bullseye on his back in part four of "Target: Batman." Thanks to the machinations of the Scarecrow, the entire city of Neo-Gotham is looking to take aim at Batman -- including his own partner, Robin! Will hero turn against hero when fear is in the air? Elsewhere, former Royal Flush Gang member Melanie Walker looks to upgrade her image and take on a new heroic mantle, so she seeks advice from newsman Jack Ryder -- unaware that he's a total costumed Creeper!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Marguerite Bennett, art by Fernando Blanco, cover by Dan Panosian, variant cover by Michael Cho.

Kate Kane's latest assignment is leaving her cold -- it's a cold case that forces her to team up with GCPD Detective Renee Montoya, and which, as usual, has Gotham City running out of time. Is this the start of a beautiful crime-fighting partnership? No spoilers, but expect sparks and punches to fly!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written, art and cover by Liam Sharp.

It's an epic battle for Tir Na Nóg in this finale, as King Elatha has opened its Causeways and both Fomorian and Dé Denann creatures are spilling into our own realm! Batman must go back to Gotham City to try to close the Causeways from the inside, while Wonder Woman will fight alongside King Elatha against his once-banished brother, Balor Evil Eye! Who will take the crown and rule Tir Na Nóg for eternity?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written, art and cover by Joelle Jones, variant cover by Stanley Lau.

The wedding night's barely over, but Catwoman's back on the streets, this time to expose a copycat who's pulling heists around Gotham City. As Selina cracks the whip on her former criminal cohorts, she's attracting unwanted attention from one of Gotham's most dangerous groups. The mob? Nope. Try the GCPD. And as if the Bat-Bride didn't have enough problems, there's the debut of an all-new villain determined to make trouble for all nine of Selina's lives.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Justin Jordan, art and cover by Philip Tan.

It's time to let off some steam with a classic "water vs. fire"showdown! The fiery Brimstone clashes with Detritus, a 10-foot-tall humanoid wall of Dark Water created by the same mysterious "Salesman"who gave Brimstone his powers! More secrets of the Brimstone curse are revealed as the Salesman's sinister campaign begins to be uncovered!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Marv Wolfman, art by Tom Derenick, cover by Will Conrad.

Nijiro Jin always hated his weak and easily injured human body. But does Vic Stone offer the final ingredient he needs to transfer himself into a digital life? Against a foe with the power to transfer from body to body and take control of entire militaries, Cyborg must delete the new threat or face being controlled himself.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Robert Venditti, art by Diogenes Neves and Trevor Scott, cover by Tony S. Daniel and Danny Miki.

Ethan Avery is Damage, the monstrous brute with unlimited strength for an hour. That's the (semi) good news. The bad...? Ethan's on the run from the army that transformed him. Mr. Leash's metahuman tactical squad is hot on Avery's trail -- what could go wrong when a bunch of bloodthirsty super-soldiers take on a rampaging monstrosity called Damage? Plus: What is Colonel Jonas' gut-wrenching reason for running the top-secret superhuman chop shop? Secrets are revealed in part one of the new story "Scuttled.”

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Paul Dini, Lee Bermejo, Gabriel Hardman, Corinna Bechko, Tim Seeley, Shea Fontana and more, art by Carlos D'Anda, Gabriel Hardman, David Williams, Otto Schmidt and more, cover by Amanda Conner.

It's summertime in the DCU and the bad guys are taking over! Beat the heat with 10 all-new stories by top comics talent starring DC's most spectacular super-villains! In this issue, find out what Mr. Freeze does on the hottest day of the Gotham City summer! Learn what made Grodd such a bad gorilla! Then, while in a small beach town, Deathstroke gets hired for murder by the last person he'd expect! And The Joker and Bizarro team up for a truly weird summer bromance!

80 pages, $9.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Christopher Priest, art by Carlo Pagulayan and Jason Paz, cover by Robson Rocha and Daniel Henriques, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

Forced to team with Deathstroke, a man he loathes, Damian Wayne must discover the truth of his lineage. Is he really Bruce Wayne's son, or is Slade Wilson his true father? As Batman draws closer to finding them both, Deathstroke must complete a hit, while Robin shadows the killer for hire.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Bryan Hill, art by Philippe Briones, cover by Eddy Barrows and Eben Ferreira, variant cover by Mark Brooks.

Batman called Black Lightning to Gotham City for help with a specific case -- but what is Batman hiding from Jefferson Pierce? It looks like he's in touch with somebody from their mutual past, and he doesn't want Black Lightning to know about it -- and that operative might be in over their head!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Bryan Hill, art by Philippe Briones, cover by Eddy Barrows and Eben Ferreira, variant cover by Mark Brooks.

Then, Black Lightning, the Signal and Cassandra Cain are showing how well they work together...but now they're up against a foe who can tap into their worst emotions and play them like music! When you've seen the kinds of horrors these poor souls have, there's plenty of trauma to work with...and with that, you can turn these heroes into deadly weapons! Meanwhile, Batman's "side project"has been revealed -- what are the Brainiac Files, and what exactly does Batman plan to do with them?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Geoff Johns, art, cover and variant cover by Gary Frank.

Johns and Frank continue this groundbreaking event as the Mime and the Marionette take center stage.

32 pages, $4.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art and cover by Howard Porter, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

The lightning-fueled finale of "Flash War." Zoom adapts two new Speed Force powers into his arsenal against both Barry Allen and Wally West. What are these strange new powers? What can they do? And how will this haunt the Scarlet Speedster long after "Flash War"is over? It's the power of two Flashes pitted against the seemingly unstoppable Hunter Zolomon!

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art by Scott Kolins, cover by Howard Porter, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

As the dust settles in the wake of "Flash War,"the Flash and his family of speedsters try to pick up the pieces of what's left. But bad blood can run deep. This is the one race the Flash Family can't win!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Mairghread Scott, art by Matthew Clark, cover by Tyler Kirkham, variant cover by Mike Grell.

It's Parasite Season for Green Arrow. The Emerald Archer must hunt down the power-sapping purple powerhouse -- alone, in a maximum-security prison, running low on arrows -- and after the tapeworm terror has feasted on a buffet full of metahuman criminals. Prison reform, Ollie? You shoot arrows in people; that's straight up medieval!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Dan Jurgens, art and cover by Mike Perkins, variant cover by Chris Stevens.

"Something is amiss."That's what the Guardians believe. But even they cannot see the darkness growing inside the Central Power Battery...an infection. One that will have enormous repercussions within the entire Green Lantern Corps. Making matters worse, in light of recent events, Jessica Cruz questions her place within the Green Lantern Corps, contemplating leaving it behind. And her partner Simon Baz is stung so much by her confession, he may let her go.

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Dan Jurgens, art and cover by Mike Perkins, variant cover by Chris Stevens.

A murderer stands within the GLC's ranks as tension rises between Simon and Jessica. Their rings seem to say the other committed the crime.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Robert Venditti, art by Rafa Sandoval and Jordi Tarragona, cover by Doug Mahnke, variant cover by Tyler Kirkham.

The Green Lanterns fight alongside the Guardians of the Universe! The murderous Darkstars arrive en masse at Mogo to wipe out the Corps for good, so it's all hands on deck to save the GL headquarters. Meanwhile, Green Lanterns Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardner & Kyle Rayner make their respective battle plans, but time's running out for a miracle. Can we move Daylight Savings to July to get that extra hour? Our boys and girls in green are gonna need it. Allied with evil! With all hope failing, the desperate Green Lantern Corps must

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Robert Venditti, art by Rafa Sandoval and Jordi Tarragona, cover by Doug Mahnke, variant cover by Tyler Kirkham.

Allied with evil! With all hope failing, the desperate Green Lantern Corps must ally itself with the monstrous Hector Hammond against the unstoppable might of the Darkstars. It's a suicide mission straight to the homeworld of the Controllers', the puppet masters pulling the Darkstars' strings. Who will survive? Get your rings charged to 100 percent for the penultimate chapter of "Darkstars Rising."

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Sam Humphries, art by John Timms, cover by Gullem March, variant cover by Frank Cho.

While on a tropical vacation, Harley Quinn is kidnapped by two Female Furies from Apokolips -- and they're making her an offer she can't refuse: join the Furies, get super powers and do anything she wants! It's a sweet deal, and all Harley has to do in return is hunt down rogue Fury Petite Tina. The bad news: Petite Tina is anything but petite! Hope that hammer got an upgrade, Harley.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Sam Humphries, art by John Timms, cover by Gullem March, variant cover by Frank Cho.

It's Fury vs. Fury in a furious showdown! Harley's tasked with bringing in Petite Tina -- except, turns out, the reason she failed as a Fury is that she's not furious enough! She's kind, good-hearted and oppressed -- and now Harley's the one oppressing her. Harley's caught between a rock and a hard place: give up her amazing superpowers and free Tina and the other oppressed Lowlies, or keep bashing stuff with a super-hammer and having fun. What's a girl to do?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Robert Venditti, art and cover by Bryan Hitch, variant cover by Stjepan Sejic.

Carter Hall is Hawkman, the resurrected warrior who's lived a thousand lifetimes. But what happens when one of those past lives comes looking for him? Deepening the mystery is an ancient parchment in alien hieroglyphics, revealing that an unexpected familiar name is on Earth hunting the Hawkman. The past must die for the future to live!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Tim Seeley, art by Davide Fabbri, cover by Tim Seeley, variant cover by Sean Phillips.

What would you sacrifice to save someone from damnation? The final chapter of "The Good Old Days"puts what may be the final nail in John Constantine's coffin: preparing to say goodbye to this mortal coil, John's oddly introspective, brooding over an ex-lover who's possessed by demons. Since she can't be exorcised, she's bound for Hell -- unless John makes the ultimate sacrifice and takes her place. Pack light, John -- we hear it's warm where you're going.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by James Tynion IV, art by Tyler Kirkham, cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams.

Can an Immortal Man hope to defeat an Infinite Woman? Armed with a weapon courtesy of the Batman Who Laughs, the Infinite Woman takes aim against the Immortals. It's the House of Conquest versus the House of Action in the oldest secret war in the DCU -- now revealed to the world!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Scott Snyder, art and cover by Jorge Jimenez, variant cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams.

John Stewart: Ultraviolet Lantern? Believe it! Under the influence of the Ultraviolet Spectrum, John Stewart engages in some ultraviolence against his teammates Flash, Wonder Woman and Aquaman. Meanwhile, the rest of the League investigates the scene of the fallen Source Wall fragment, and encounters not only a horde of giant monsters, but a pair of longtime archenemies using stolen Atom technology to literally get under their skin. Best to stock up on Cortizone for that sort of itch! All this and...the Turtle? Yep.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Scott Snyder, art and cover by Jorge Jimenez, variant cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams.

What is hidden in the darkest depths of the ocean and farthest reaches of space doesn't even compare to the insidious secrets buried in the pasts of Flash, Green Lantern, and Martian Manhunter! While the rest of the League battles to save their friends before all of reality unravels, the citizens of Earth make a startling decision...to join the Legion of Doom!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by James Tynion IV, art and cover by Alvaro Martinez Bueno and Raul Fernandez, variant cover by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion.

From the pages of Justice League: No Justice! Earth's magic once belonged to them. Now they want the magic back. But who exactly are they? It's up to the new Justice League Dark to find out and stop this nightmarish new threat at all costs! After the events of No Justice, team leader Wonder Woman guides the misfit magic mix of Zatanna, Swamp Thing, Man-Bat and Detective Chimp against enemies too fantastic even for the Justice League. Plus, what awful things are coming through the Tree of Wonder? Dark days ahead.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art and cover by Stjepan Sejic, variant cover by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson.

Spinning out of Justice League: No Justice! When a cosmic menace threatens worlds beyond our own in the Ghost Sector, it falls to a new Justice League team to answer the call to battle! Cyborg, Starfire, Green Lantern Jessica Cruz and an out-of-his-element Azrael head to deep space inside a commandeered Brainiac Skull Ship. But as these wildcard teammates try to stop Despero from slave-trading Coluan refugees, they discover something that nothing in the universe could have prepared them for: Darkseid...who says he's there to help?!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Lan Medina and Norm Rapmund, cover by Nicola Scott.

Ocean Master means murder! Aquaman's half-brother Orm continues his under-
water power play with his sights set on Xebel, the watery kingdom nestled deep within the Bermuda Triangle. Will Mera's home become Ocean Master's domain? It's mano-a-Mera when the Mighty Mermaid duels Orm in the finest royal tradition, with her ward Tula forced to marry the evil Nereus if she loses. This finale to the six-issue miniseries flows directly into Aquaman #38 this month!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Tom King, art and variant cover by Mitch Gerads, cover by Nick Derrington.

Darkseid has put an offer on the table -- something that can end the war between New Genesis and Apokolips once and for all. The stakes are high, but peace is important. Mister Miracle finds himself caught having to make a decision that won't just change the new life he's been building, but potentially the entirety of the universe.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Writter by Scott Snyder and Aaron Gillespie, art by Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson, cover by Andy Kubert.

It's the New Challengers versus the Old Challengers! The original Challengers infiltrate Challengers Mountain to uncover the identity of the professor who's been manipulating both teams! As dark matter leaks from the Dark Multiverse, the New Challengers travel to the prehistoric underworld of Skartaris, stomping grounds of Travis Morgan, the Warlord!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Benjamin Percy, art by Christopher Mooneyham, cover by Mike Perkins, variant cover by John Romita Jr.

A new high-tech corporation setting up shop in Bludhaven claims to be the cure for what ails the crumbling city. But Nightwing learns it's a very hostile takeover when he runs afoul of their metahuman operative, a digital phantom impervious to physical attack. Luckily, Nightwing has his very own I.T. backup: Batgirl! But can the two work together after their meeting in Batgirl #25, also in stores this month?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Gail Simone, art by Adriana Melo, cover by Bilquie Evely.

Eel didn't like it when a spy blackmailed him over his secret identity, and then a kid found out, and now the dancers at his club know and the concept of a secret identity has gotten stretched way the heck out of whack. But the dancers are helping him find the kid, who was nabbed by some bad guys who don't know his secret identity, just his costumed persona, which is still a terrible day, even in his pretty rotten life.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Scott Lobdell, art by Dexter Soy and Alisson Borges, cover by Trevor Hairsine, variant cover by Guillem March.

Bizarro is getting...worse. Worser? Worsest. The backward Superman's diminishing cognitive state is causing problems for the rest of the Outlaws. Complicating things is the Red Hood's vendetta against the Penguin -- can the Outlaws stop Jason Todd from crossing a line he can't return from?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Dan DiDio and Justin Jordan, art and cover by Kenneth Rocafort.

Thanks to his dimension-hopping powers, Derek James is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week. As life-changing secrets are revealed, one missed phone call will set in motion a tragedy so personal for Sideways that no one will see it coming (you've been warned). A can't-miss issue, as Sideways' life continues to go...well, you know.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Viktor Bogdanovic, cover by Patrick Zircher.

Reeling from her previous encounter with Talia al Ghul, The Silencer wants a permanent end to hostilities vis a vis several bullets into al Ghul's face. But first, a family vacation. When another pair of high-powered killers, Cradle and Grave, end up on the same flight out of town, The Silencer has no choice but to take them both out before the plane lands...or risk the underworld discovering that she has a family! It's terror at twenty thousand bullets in "Fly Hard with a Vengeance!”

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Rob Williams, art by Eduardo Pansica and Julio Ferreira, cover by Guillem March, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

Guest-starring Batman! The noose tightens on the Squad in part four of "Constriction,"and someone may be dancing at the end of a rope before it's all said and done. The murderous Kobra is looking to put the squeeze on Deadshot's daughter, Zoe. Even with the Dark Knight's backup, will the Squad be ready for Kobra's bait-and-switch?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art and cover by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado, variant covers by Adam Hughes and David Mack.

A bold new chapter for the greatest superhero of all time begins here. The fallout from the Man of Steel miniseries has Clark Kent looking at the world through new eyes...with new ideas about what Superman could and should do for the city of Metropolis and the planet Earth. His first job? Getting the planet back out of the Phantom Zone!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Adam Glass, art and cover by Bernard Chang, variant cover by Babs Tarr.

Batman has no idea what he's doing. Superman? Not a clue. Wonder Woman? Whatever. Damian Wayne is Robin, and he's done with the bleeding-heart approach favored by the heroes of the senior circuit. New plan of action: recruit a new Teen Titans. Kid Flash, Red Arrow and newbies Roundhouse, D'jinn and...wait, Lobo has a daughter? That'll end well. And then build something in secret deep beneath the new Teen Titans HQ. Secret from his teammates, secret from even Batman. It's a secret that will change the way you look at Robin forever!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Jeff Lemire, art by Joe Bennett and Sandra Hope, cover by Dale Eaglesham.

No one escapes Element World! The Terrifics find themselves out of their, uh, element in a battle to save a town turned into elemental monsters. With Metamorpho and Mr. Terrific out of commission, Phantom Girl battles the Kingdom of Gas (insert joke here), while Plastic Man tries to survive the Domain of Rock by turning it up to 11. All this, and the source of the Terrifics' terrible tragedies has one more masterstroke: Tom Strong must die!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Brandon Peterson, cover by Ryan Sook, variant cover by Stjepan Sejic..

Can anything stop the Metagene pandemic unleashed through the events of Justice League: No Justice? The all-new Titans are on the case. Roll call: Nightwing, Donna Troy, Raven, Steel, Beast Boy and Miss Martian! But can even their combined might stand against new super-powered weapons of mass destruction birthed by the Metagenes? And (SPOILERS) how will the events of Teen Titans #20 come back to haunt the Titans? New enemies are out for blood in part one of "The Spark."

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Steve Orlando, art and cover by Cary Nord.

Ruthless Thanagarian dictator Onimarr Synn arrives on Earth with his army to pick the planet apart in search of the vibro-active Nth Metal. The Unexpected will have to collect themselves after the cataclysmic events of the first issue, discover their true connection to the Dark Multiverse and travel across the DC Universe to stop Synn's rampage.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by James Robinson, art and cover by Jesus Merino, variant cover by Jenny Frison.

A new pantheon of gods has been born! But who are they? Where did they come from? What do they want? All questions for Wonder Woman, because she played more of a role in their arrival than you'd think! Will it fall to Diana to end their existence as well? Meanwhile, Wonder Woman's brother Jason learns his true purpose. It's all here in this extra-sized anniversary issue!

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Steve Orlando, art by Laura Braga, cover by Stanley Lau, variant cover by Jenny Frison.

Is Man's World ready for Wonder Woman to bring Amazonian justice to today's society? Guest writer Steve Orlando (Justice League of America) delves into that theme in "Transformation Island,"which sees Diana visiting the small-time crook known as Mayfly in jail over the course of several years. But how do these visits impact Diana and Mayfly?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.



Written by Jon Rivera, art and cover by Michael Avon Oeming, backup story written by Paul Maybury.

Cave Carson, Chloe and Professor Bartow are captured as their cosmic crusade continues! Who is this clandestine confiscator of consciousness and corporeal reality, and what is his connection -- or connections! -- to Cave's past?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Magdalene Visaggio, art and cover by Sonny Liew.

The end really is nigh as Caroline confronts her destiny on two planes of existence, and the stakes could never be higher: eternal imprisonment, or total universal annihilation.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Jody Houser, art by Ibrahim Moustafa, cover by Tommy Lee Edwards.

The Cult of the Bat has taken things too far. Mother Panic is enlisted by the Gotham City Sirens to help end the mad reign of Jason Todd, last of the Robins. But as the heroes past and present clash, are they all just playing into the hands of the evil Collective?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Cecil Castellucci, art by Marley Zarcone, backup art by Jamie Coe, cover by Becky Cloonan.

The Madness is rising all around the Earth and reaching into space, but without feelings to process everything that's going on, Shade's anhedonia could turn deadly for not only herself but the rest of the world. But how can she care when she doesn't have any emotions?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 4.



Written by Christos Gage, art and cover by Raffaele Ienco.

Final issue! The climactic, deadly confrontation between Batman and Deadshot, with Alfred's life in the balance! But to save the man who is like a father to him, will Batman have to violate one of his most deeply held convictions?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 18. 


Written by Jeff Parker, art and cover by Mauricet, variant cover by Carlos D'Anda.

Final issue. DC saved the biggest for last: a long-abandoned gene-splicing project created by Dr. Zin has been reactivated, and even the F.E.A.R. agents who brought it back to life can no longer stop it! Who can? How about Buzz Conroy and Frankenstein Jr.!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Tom Taylor, art and cover by Brundo Redondo.

Seems like everyone wants a piece of Blue Beetle. First he gets some surprise visitors to his home, then later he finds himself the target of a certain well-known intergalactic bounty hunter. But who ultimately wants Jaime Reyes in their clutches and why?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 4.


Written by Tom Taylor, art and cover by Daniel Sampere.

Then, the entire universe is in peril and it's up to the fallen Hal Jordan, the Titans and Blue Beetle to save it. They'll need all the help they can get, but do they really need help...from Booster Gold and Lobo?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 18.


Written and various cover by Tim Seeley, art and cover by Freddie Williams II.

Believing He-man and the Masters of the Universe defeated, a robotic impostor has seized control of Eternia -- but not for long! After freeing his kingdom from this strongman's rule, Prince Adam learns not everyone is pleased to see the pretender deposed -- but Adam knows the value of freedom. So when heroes from another dimension ask his aid in deposing a super-hero turned dictator, he agrees. Teaming up with Batman against the Superman of the Injustice Universe, He-man and his new allies face dangerous and familiar enemies in a battle where no world is safe!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Sholly Fisch, art and cover by Walter Carzon and Horacio Ottolini.

Porky is finally taking the plunge and joining a gym! But he gets more than he bargained for, thanks to his new personal trainer, Daffy Duck, whose personal motto is "No pain, no gain, no refunds!"If Porky survives Daffy's "intensive workout regimen,"he'll certainly be in shape...but it might just be pretzel-shaped!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis, art by Patrick Olliffe, cover by Kelsey Shannon, variant cover by Jonboy Meyers.

With their headquarters under siege and overrun with monsters, the Scooby gang has to split up and seek shelter in the city. But when they realize that other plague-survivors are still trapped in the mall, the gang must decide whether to mount a rescue operation -- or abandon their friends.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Sholly Fisch, art and cover by Dario Brizuela..

An urgent call for help brings the Mystery Machine racing to the Louisiana bayou to tangle with a zombie problem. But the investigation turns up more than expected when the gang comes face-to-mossy-face with the bayou's horrifying hero, Swamp Thing! The only problem is...Swamp Thing may not be the only monster in the swamp.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Warren Ellis, art and cover by Jon Davis-Hunt, variant cover by Valentine De Landro.

Marc Slayton took his show on the road, as the thing inside him he called the Carer told him to. But whom is he hunting, and for what purpose? John Lynch is crisscrossing America to warn the other Thunderbook test subjects that IO might have discovered them, but IO might not be the only threat to their lives. The uneasy peace between IO and Skywatch has become a cold war -- and there are plans for a hot war.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Bryan Hitch, Warren Ellis, art N. Steven Harris and Dexter Vines, cover by Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz.

Michael learns the truth about John Constantine's plans to provide the world free energy, and his sinister plot will shake Michael to his core and potentially plunge the world into a new age of darkness. Killing Constantine and his allies might save the world, but doing so could trap the alien entity growing in Michael's brain forever.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 11.



Written by Joshua Williamson, art and cover by Riley Rossmo.

This is it. The end of your life. As you lie in your deathbed, staring into the distance, you may wonder how you could have lived your life differently. If you had the chance to do it all again, who would you have told you loved them? What could you have apologized for? How would you like it to end? Antonio Luna has taken Valentine Richards on the adventure of a lifetime -- Luna's, to be specific -- and now Luna must decide if his final act on this plane of existence will be revenge, or if he wants to give his life a happy ending.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 18.



Written by Peter David, art by Joe St. Pierre, Jim Calafiore, Martin Egeland and others, cover by Jim Calafiore and Peter Palmiotti.

In this second volume of undersea tales written by Peter David, an assassin called Deadline has been hired to kill Aquaman. To make matters worse, Aquaman's harpoon hand has been melted from his recent battles, and he must go to S.T.A.R. Labs in Metropolis to get a replacement. Will Aquaman be able to replace his "hand"in time to save the city of Poseidonis and avoid the hit that's been put out on him? Collects AQUAMAN #9-20 and Aquaman Annual #1.

344 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 8.


Written by Bill Finger, Alan Grant, Doug Moench, John Ostrander, Paul Dini and Jason Aaron, art by Bob Kane, Norm Breyfogle, Don Newton, Kelley Jones, Joe Staton, Jason Pearson and others, cover by Jason Pearson.

The Penguin, one of the Dark Knight's oldest enemies, has emerged as an underworld crime boss as well as a truly unique figure among Batman's rogues gallery. Batman Arkham: Penguin collects some of his greatest stories, including his first appearance! Collects Detective Comics #58, 610-611 and 824; Batman #155, 374 and 548-549, Batman: Penguin Triumphant #1 and Joker's Asylum: Penguin #1.

2490 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 29.


Written by Kurt Busiek, art by Brent Anderson, cover by Alex Ross.

In this new Astro City collection, the Broken Man returns, revealing secrets that will draw you deep into his broken life and into turn-of-the-century Astro City, when it was still Romeyn Falls, Dame Progress patrolled the skies and a rebellious power was growing and seething to break free. Featuring Mister Cakewalk, Jazzbaby and a very strange home called the Dream House, these tales reveal a dire threat to Astro City's future. Collects issues #37, 38, 41, 43, 45 and 46.

192 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 15.


Written by Scott Snyder and Tony Patrick, art by Cully Hamner, Declan Shalvey, Francesco Francavilla, Rafael Albuquerque and others, cover by Cully Hamner.

The Signal, Gotham City's daytime protector, is back! Batman may own the night, but with new villains emerging during the day he needs an ally to defend the city when he can't. Only one teen is up to the challenge: Duke Thomas. After months of training, he's ready to step out of the shadow of the Bat to become his own kind of hero. Meet Gotham City's newest protector: the Signal! Collects Batman and the Signal #1-3, plus stories from All-Star Batman #1-4 and 6-9 and New Talent Showcase 2017 #1.

144 pages, $16.99, in stores on August 22.


Written by Dan Jurgens and Bernard Chang, art by Bernard Chang, Phil Hester and Ande Parks, cover by Dave Johnson.

Terry McGinnis and Bruce Wayne return to Neo-Gotham as Terry dons a brand-new Batsuit. But before he can even get his bearings, the Royal Flush gang is after him. Topping things off, someone behind the scenes is coordinating an attack by Batman's greatest villains against him, forcing Terry to overcome multiple threats if he has any hope of discovering who's pulling the strings and manipulating Neo-Gotham's underworld against him. Collects issues #13-19.

168 pages, $16.99, in stores on August 8.


Written by Doug Moench, art by Kelley Jones, John Beatty, J.H. Williams II and others, cover by Kelley Jones.

In these moody tales from the 1990s, Batman emerges from the shadows to battle corruption in Gotham City and face foes including Man-Bat, The Joker, the Penguin and more. These tales by the classic Batman creative team of writer Doug Moench and artist Kelley Jones include guest appearances by the Demon, the Spectre and Ragman. Collects Batman #536-552.

416 pages, $49.99, in stores on August 1.


Written by Jim Starlin and Mike Baron, art by Jim Aparo, Dick Giordano, Mark Bright, Dave Cockrum, Ross Andru and others, cover by Todd McFarlane.

In this new collection from the 1980s and companion volume to Batman: The Dark Knight Detective Vol. 1, Batman and Gotham City are beset by "Ten Nights of the Beast"and the deadly post-Soviet villain known as the KGBeast. Then, Batman and Robin must project the city's citizens from themselves and organized crime. Collects Batman #417-425, 430-431 and Batman Annual #12.

320 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 15.


Written by Bill Finger, Edmond Hamilton and others, art by Bob Kane, Jim Mooney, Dick Sprang and others, cover by Evan Shaner.

In these tales from the late 1940s, the Dynamic Duo encounters villains including Two-Face, The Joker, the Penguin and more! These stories from Detective Comics #132-153, Batman #46-55 and World's Finest Comics #33-42 include the debut of the Riddler, a retelling of Batman's origin and an unusual tale in which Batman and Robin reenact the story of Frankenstein.

792 pages, $125, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Marv Wolfman, Gerry Conway, Steve Englehart, Robert Kanigher, Roy Thomas, Elliot Maggin and others, art by Joe Staton, Todd McFarlane, Curt Swan and others, cover by Jerry Ordway.

All the tales that tied in to Crisis On Infinite Earths are collected at last! This volume includes Justice League of America #244, Justice League of America Annual #3, Green Lantern #194, Wonder Woman #327-328, The Losers Special #1, Infinity Inc. #18-20, Dc Comics Presents #87-88, Omega Men #31, Blue Devil #17-18, New Teen Titans #13-14, All-Star Squadron #50-51 and Fury of Firestorm #41-42.

512 pages, $75, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by James Tynion IV, art and cover by Freddie E. Williams II

While the Shredder is locked away at Riker's Island, the Foot Civil War rages through New York City. Each branch of the Foot is determined to kill the Turtles first, to prove their rightful claim to power. Meanwhile, Batman and Robin are back in the DC Universe, dealing with the repercussions of a massive Arkham Asylum breakout that freed Bane! When Bane is unexpectedly transported to the Turtles' New York City, he swiftly takes control of the town, and Batman and the Turtles must join forces to defeat their common enemy! Collects #1-6.

160 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 8.


Written by Marguerite Bennett, art by Marguerite Sauvage, Laura Braga, Stephen Mooney, Bilquis Evely, Mirka Andolfo, Sandy Jarrell and others, cover by Emanuela Lupacchino.

As World War II rages across Europe, the Allied forces issue a call to arms for the greatest heroines the world has ever known, including Batwoman, Diana of the Amazons, Mera and more! With aid from their allies at home and abroad, these mighty women will turn the tide of war and defend Truth, Justice and Freedom. Collects DC Comics: Bombshells #1-6.

216 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 29.


Written, art and cover by Neal Adams.

When we last left Deadman, the true story had barely begun! Deadman's death was unsolved, and his fate was intertwined with that of his parents and siblings. Even the Dark Knight Detective couldn't solve the mysteries of Boston Brand's fantastic secrets! Now Batman is back, confronting Deadman about who was really behind his death. Was Boston Brand's assassination a test for the League of Assassins? Why does Batman think Ra's al Ghul was involved? And why does Deadman need the help of Zatanna, the Phantom Stranger, Doctor Fate and the Spectre to defend Nanda Parbat? Collects the six-issue miniseries.

160 pages, $16.99, in stores on August 8.


Written by Mark Russell, art by Mike Feehan, Howard Porter, Mark Morales and Sean Parsons, cover by Ben Caldwell.

It's 1953. While the United States is locked in a nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union, the gay Southern playwright known as Snagglepuss is the toast of Broadway. But success has made him a target. As he plans for his next hit play, Snagglepuss becomes the focus of the House Committee on Un-American Activities. And when powerful forces align to purge show business of its most subversive voices, no one is safe! Collects the six-issue miniseries, plus the backup story from the Suicide Squad/Banana Splits Special #1.

168 pages, $16.99, in stores on August 22.


Written by John Broome, Gardner Fox, Cary Bates, William Messner-Loebs, Geoff Johns, Francis Manapul, Brian Buccellato and Joshua Williamson, art by Carmine Infantino, Greg Larocque, Scott Kolins, Francis Manapul, Carmine Di Giandomenico and others, cover by Brian Bolland.

Captain Cold, leader of the Rogues, has been one of the Flash's greatest foes since the start of the Scarlet Speedster's crime-fighting career! Now DC has collected this unforgettable villain's greatest battles in this new title that includes Showcase #8; The Flash #150 and 297, The Flash #28 and 182 (1987 series), Flashpoint: Citizen Cold #1, The Flash #6 (2011 series) and The Flash #17.

160 pages, $16.99, in stores on August 22.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art by Carmine Di Giandomenico, Pop Mhan, Christian Duce, Gus Vazquez, Howard Porter and others, cover by Mike McKone.

Dark clouds gather around Barry and his new family when the citizens of Central City meet Negative Flash. The Flash sets out to save everyone he has ever loved from Negative Flash, but there's just one problem: he is Negative Flash! Barry Allen must get his new powers under control and battle terrifying new villains before they both kill him. Collects issues #28-38.

264 pages, $34.99, in stores on August 8.


Written by Benjamin Percy, art by Stephen Byrne, Jamal Campbell and Juan Ferreyra, cover by Mike Grell.

With the Ninth Circle crippled by Green Arrow and the Justice League, the Emerald Archer returns to a Star City ripe for a resistance. But Ollie Queen has one pesky thing to deal with first: his trial for murder! Then, it's a revelation Ollie Queen could never have imagined, even in his darkest dreams. Long thought dead, his mother, Moira, is alive; she's a leader of the Ninth Circle; she's responsible for destroying Seattle; and because of Green Arrow, her partners are going to kill her! Collects issues #33-38.

144 pages, $16.99, in stores on August 29.


Written by Paul Dini and Marc Andreyko, art by Laura Braga and Adriana Melo, cover by Amanda Conner.

Free college tuition for all Riverdale residents?! That's the plan -- after the town drains the wetlands that lie between it and Gotham City and then builds a new campus. The only snag? A certain botany-obsessed super-villain. When Poison Ivy enlists her bestie, Harley Quinn, to kidnap both Veronica Lodge, daughter of Riverdale's most important citizen, and her friend Betty Cooper, she's counting on some assistance -- and the mayhem that ensues will probably work as well! This title collects the six-issue miniseries co-published with Archie Comics!

160 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 29.


Written by Frank Tieri, art by Inaki Miranda and Mirka Andolfo, cover by Amanda Conner.

Ever since the Penguin started horning in on New York City, he and Harley Quinn have been stuck in a cold war...and it's about to heat up! Making a long-term investment in a Gotham City that's crawling with Bats isn't the Penguin's style, so now he's hell-bent on making Coney Island his new nest! Collects Harley Quinn #35-42.

192 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 15.


Written by Geoff Johns, art by Phil Jimenez, George Perez, Ivan Reis and others, cover by Jim Lee.

A hardcover "unwrapped" collection of this world-changing epic is presented with pencil-only art from legendary illustrators George Pérez, Phil Jimenez and Ivan Reis. Lost saviors return to the DC Universe in the hopes of creating a utopian Earth, heralding a new age for the DCU. OMAC robots are rampaging, magic is dying, villains are uniting and a war is raging in space. And in the middle of it all, a critical moment has divided Earth's three greatest heroes: Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. But long-lost heroes from the past have returned to make things right in the universe...at any cost. Heroes will live, heroes will die, and the DCU will never be the same again.

248 pages, $34.99, in stores on August 22.


Written by Tom Taylor, art by Bruno Redondo, Daniel Sampere and Juan Albarran, cover by Bruno Redondo and Juan Albarran.

In these tales from Injustice 2 #7-12 and #14, Batman has triumphed over the tyrannical Superman! In his quest to put the world back together, Batman recruits Ted Kord to join his new Justice League Council. Meanwhile, Harley finally meets the person pulling the Suicide Squad's strings and uncovers their deadly plans, and Batman's allies make a major decision about their future, following the tragic death of one of their own.

160 pages, $16.99, in stores on August 1.


Written by Tom Taylor and other, art by Bruno Redondo, Mike S. Miller, Daniel Sampere, Xermanico and Juan Albarran, cover by Mike S. Miller.

Wonder Woman takes center stage as the war between Batman and Ra's al Ghul continues. Nightwing (Damian Wayne) asks Black Adam's help in freeing Wonder Woman from her Themysciran prison, but ends up discovering the existence of a new ally: Superman's cousin, Kara Zor-El, whose power could change the fate of the planet! But Kara has yet to master her Kryptonian powers, and what starts as a rescue mission takes some unexpected turns in the heart of the Amazons' home! Injustice 2 Volume 3 collects Injustice 2 #13, 15-17 and Annual #1.

144 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 1.


Written by Geoff Johns and David Goyer, art ny Stephen Sadowski, Michael Bair, Carlos Pacheco, Jesus Merino, Marcos Martin and others, cover by Alan Davis and Mark Farmer. In the second collection of JSA tales co-

Written by Geoff Johns, the JSA faces the foe that decimated their ranks years prior: Extant! Plus, the stunning return of Hawkman! Collects JSA #16-25, plus stories from Secret Origins of Super Villains #1, JSA: Our Worlds at War #1, JLA/JSA Secret Files #1 and the graphic novel JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice.

440 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 15.


Written by Otto Binder, Jerry Siegel, Edmond Hamilton, Robert Bernstein and others, art by Al Plastino, George Papp, Curt Swan, John Forte and others, cover by Evan Shaner.

The stories that introduced the Legion of Super-Heroes, from its original incarnation as a trio of heroes from the 30th century. Along the way, the team faces the escaped Kryptonian villains of the Phantom Zone and adds new heroes! Collects stories from Adventure Comics #247, 267, 282, 290, 293 and 300-310, Action Comics #267, 276, 287 and 289, Superboy #86, 89 and 98 and Superman #147.

328 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 22.


Written by Jack Kirby, art by Jack Kirby, Vince Colletta, Mike Royer, D. Bruce Berry and Greg Theakston, cover by Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta.

At last, DC collects New Gods, the centerpiece of Jack Kirby's "Fourth World" saga, in its own trade paperback. This title introduces the sprawling cast from the twin worlds of New Genesis and Apokolips, including Darkseid, Orion, Highfather, Lightray and many more! This collection includes New Gods #1-11, plus the 48-page story "Even Gods Must Die"from 1984 and the original 1985 graphic novel The Hunger Dogs.

440 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 29.


Written by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, art by George Perez, Romeo Tanghal, Dan Jurgens, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez and others, cover by George Perez.

Trigon is back! After suffering from crippling visions, Raven sees that her demonic father is returning to Earth. The New Teen Titans reunite the team, bringing Lilith and Kid Flash back into the fold for a fight for the ages! Don't miss these tales from The New Teen Titans #1-9 (1984 series).

240 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 1.


Written by Jason Aaron, art by R.M. Guera, Davide Furno and Francesco Francavilla, cover by R.M. Guera.

In these stories from Scalped #25-34, see the reservation and casino through the eyes of a card shark and con man who could spell doom for one of our main characters. Then, Red Crow commits a murder in front of witnesses, and the FBI thinks they can put him away at last.

256 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 15.


Written by Jerry Siegel and Leo Dorfman, art by Jim Mooney, cover by Evan Shaner.

In these Silver Age stories, Superman introduces his heroic protégé to the world. These stories include appearances by the Legion of Super-Heroes, criminal mastermind Lex Luthor, Kryptonian criminals Jax-Ur and Zor-El and the fifth-dimensional imp known as Mr. Mxyzptlk, plus surprise appearances by President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon Johnson. Collects stories from Actioin Comics #285-307.

304 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 1.


Written by Dan Jurgens, art by Dan Jurgens, Joe Prado, Brett Booth, Will Conrad, Norm Rapmund and others, cover by Francis Manapul.

Superman and Booster Gold travel back in time to verify the claims that Kal-El's father somehow survived the destruction of Krypton. What they find, though, is a vastly different world than history has shown. When the time intruders are discovered, Jor-El and General Zod collaborate to capture or destroy them. The Eradicator will chase the pair through time to 25th-century Gotham City and back to Krypton in pursuit of justice. Collecting Action Comics #993-999 and a story from Action Comics Special #1.

200 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 22.


Written by Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason and James Robinson, art by Doug Mahnke, Ed Benes, Jack Herbert, Travis Moore, Stephen Segovia and others, cover by Ryan Sook.

It's a game of thrones on Apokolips as the lords of the dreaded world battle each other to claim its rule. Lex Luthor is summoned back to the warring planet, and he will need Superman to help him reclaim a crown he did not ask for. As the conflict continues, a new warrior enters the battlefield: Lois Lane, Female Fury. May Granny Goodness have mercy on all their souls... Collects issues #33-36 and #39-41.

168 pages, $16.99, in stores on August 1.


Written by Gerry Conway, art by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Irv Novick, Gene Colan, Don Newton, Klaus Janson and others, cover by Rich Buckler and Dick Giordano.

In these tales from Batman #337-346 and #348, World's Finest Comics #270 and Detective Comics #505-513, Batman tries to uncover the true identity of the villainous Snowman terrorizing Gotham City. The city doesn't rest as Wayne Manor is rumored to be haunted, and when the GCPD investigates against Bruce Wayne's wishes, they find none other than Man-Bat!

472 pages, $49.99, in stores on August 22.


Written by Dennis O'Neil, Mike Sekowsky and others, art by Mike Sekowsky, Dick Giordano and others, cover by Dick Giordano.

In these stories from the late 1960s, Wonder Woman leaves her superpowers behind to become an ultra-mod, globe-trotting secret agent. With a new costume and a new attitude, Wonder Woman fights crime like never before! As secret agent Diana Prince, she takes on international crime with the help of her new mentor, the mysterious I Ching. Collects Wonder Woman #178-204, The Brave and The Bold #87 and 105, Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane #93 and World's Finest Comics #204.

736 pages, $99.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


J.H. Williams III shows off his artistic range and skills in the pages of the new Gallery Edition of The Sandman: Overture, written by Neil Gaiman. Williams' original art for the entire book has been meticulously scanned at high resolution for its presentation in this large-format, Smythe-sewn hardcover edition. The numerous double-page spreads are displayed as never before with minimal gutter interference, thanks to the lie-flat feature of these books. Though Williams' art will be shown without lettering, this book will also include scaled-down reproductions of the final lettered and colored pages for those who wish to read the story. Graphitti Designs' Gallery Editions replicate the look, feel and attitude of the original artwork. Every page is reproduced at full board size on heavy paper stock to provide fans and collectors with museum-quality reproductions that are unobtainable from any other source. Williams' original art for this book is a joy to behold. Numerous art styles and techniques ranging from pen and ink to gray tonal washes to full-color paintings are on display for the first time in all their varied glory.

230 pages, $150, in stores in October.

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Based on art by Jim Lee, sculpted by Djordje Djokovic.

Legendary artist Jim Lee's iconic take on the Man of Steel has been immortalized as a statue in the DC Designer Series. Measuring approximately 12" tall and sculpted by Djordje Djokovic, Superman glides through the air, fists clenched, ready for anything. DC Designer Series statues are based on art from the comics industry's top creators and re-create their vision in vivid 3-D detail.Limited Edition of 5,000 and individually numbered. Measures approximately 12" tall.

$150, in stores in November.


Based on art by Jim Lee, Superman sculpted by Jack Mathews, Wonder Woman sculpted by Clayburn Moore, Batman sculpted by Paul Harding.

DC's Trinity is shown prepped for battle in this beautifully detailed 3-pack statue set from iconic DC artist Jim Lee. Part of the DC Designer Series, Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman all stand with one foot on their bases sporting their respective iconic symbols. Each statue measures approximately 7" and is limited to 5,000 pieces. DC Designer Series statues are based on art from the comics industry's top creators and re-create their vision in vivid 3-D detail. Limited Edition of 5,000 and individually numbered. Measures approximately 7" tall.

$175, in stores in November.


Designed by Sho Murase, Catwoman sculpted by Jack Mathews, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy sculpted by Sam Greenwell.

DC Collectibles invites you to walk Artists Alley, where Harley Quinn, Catwoman and Poison Ivy have never looked so cool. Inspired by the comic convention experience, DC Artists Alley is an artist-focused limited-edition vinyl figure line that merges indie design with the most iconic characters in the DC Universe. Sho Murase is half Japanese and half Korean. She grew up in Europe and has been living in San Francisco, California for the past 10-plus years. This mix of cultures is reflected in her work, merging Asian, manga and Western art influences with a personal, dark twist. Sho has been working for advertising/animation/entertainment industries, making style guides, pitch packages and design work. In her spare time, she works on her personal art. Her artwork has been exhibited at the German Film Museum in Frankfurt and the Louisiana Modern Art Museum in Denmark, among other places.


Limited to 3,000 pieces and individually numbered. Figures measure 6.75" tall. $40, in stores in November.


Limited to 500 pieces and individually numbered. Figures measure 6.75" tall. $40, in stores in November.


Based on the art of Michael Turner, sculpted by Alejandro Pereira.

Draped in her classic costume and clutching a pistol, this new addition to the Harley Quinn Red, White & Black series is nothing to clown around about. Designed by the brilliant Michael Turner and sculpted by Alejandro Pereira, this statue measures approximately 7" tall and is limited to 5,000 pieces. Harley Quinn Red, White & Black statues are based on art from the comics industry's top creators and re-create their vision of the red-hot villain in vivid 3-D detail. Limited Edition of 5,000 and individually numbered. Measures approximately 7" tall.

$80, in stores in November.


Designed by Greg Capullo, sculpted by Jonathan Matthews.

Ripped from the pages of Dark Nights: Metal comes the Batman Who Laughs, a striking version of the Caped Crusader who makes nightmares shudder. Sculpted by Jonathan Matthews from the face-melting design by Greg Capullo, this statue is limited to 5,000 pieces. The Batman Black & White line brings to life interpretations of the World's Greatest Detective and select Gotham City characters from the comics industry's brightest stars. Limited Edition of 5,000 and individually numbered. Measures approximately 7" tall.

$80, in stores in November.


Based on art by Joelle Jones, sculpted by Jack Mathews.

From Joelle Jones, the artist who took Catwoman into battle, comes this brand-new statue from the DC Cover Girls line, sculpted by Jack Mathews. Limited to 5,000 pieces, Selina Kyle lounges on a vault she's ready to crack open with a few flicks of her claws. Inspired by the powerful women of the DC Universe, DC Cover Girls is a long-running line that features dynamic depictions of the most famous superheroines and super-villains in premium 9" scale statues. Limited Edition of 5,000 and individually numbered. Measures approximately 7" tall.

$125, in stores in November.


Based on art by George Perez, sculpted by Joe Menna.

This six-inch scale polyresin statue based on art by George Pérez and sculpted by Joe Menna is suitable to be displayed alone as an expression of your favorite character or combined with Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Kid Flash and Wonder Girl to tell the story of this young-superhero team. Limited Edition of 5,000 and individually numbered. Measures approximately 10.67" tall.

$80, in stores in November.


The end is here in Doomsday Clock, a series that brings the Watchmen characters and the DC Universe together. These figures are inspired by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's hit series and sculpted by Paul Harding. This 2-pack includes the Comedian, a war veteran who sees the world as one big joke, and Marionette, whose painted face conceals her dark past. Each figure is approximately 7" tall and loaded with dynamic articulation points. Combine these figures with the other Doomsday Clock action figure 2-packs to complete your collection. Measures approximately 7" tall.

$50, in stores in November.


Designed by Ant Lucia, sculpted by Jack Mathews.

This DC Bombshells statue presents a 1940s spin on a comic book romance that has spanned generations. Inspired by the art of internationally renowned designer and illustrator Ant Lucia and sculpted by Jack Mathews, this statue may look like Catwoman's going in for a kiss, but a closer look at her hands shows her sights set on the Batmobile! This statue measures approximately 11" tall and is limited to 5,000 pieces. Inspired by vintage pinup art, the DC Bombshells statue line features DC superheroes during World War II and launched the DC Comics series of the same name. Limited Edition of 5,000 and individually numbered. Measures approximately 11" tall.

$250, in stores in November.


Sculpted by Dave Cortes.

Wonder Woman, Amazon royalty and the protector of Earth, comes to life in this stunning statue from the DC Core line, sculpted by Dave Cortes. Wonder Woman stands battle-ready as her indestructible bracelets deflect an onslaught of bullets. The statue captures Diana's majesty and courage in the face of attack, wearing her warrior outfit including her signature tiara and double-W insignia. DC Core is a line of 9"premium PVC statues that appeals to fans of DC and its core characters. Measures approximately 8.7" tall. Final products may differ from image shown.

$50, in stores in November


Sculpted by Sam Greenwell.

Straight out of Gotham City, Barbara Gordon is the latest addition to the DC Core line. Sculpted by Sam Greenwell, this new statue featuring the "Batgirl of Burnside"costume stands ready for battle on a cellphone base. Fans who want to save Gotham and have a great time doing it, this statue is for you. DC Core is a line of 9" premium PVC statues that appeals to fans of DC and its core characters. Measures approximately 8.32" tall. Final products may differ from image shown.

$50, in stores in November.

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