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MONDAY, JULY 23, 2018




Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Ryan Sook, cover by Steve Rude, variant cover by Francis Manapul.

Superman confronts Lois Lane and wants answers: Where is Jon Kent? What happened during Lois' trip into space with Jor-El? Why didn't she contact the Man of Steel when she returned? And most importantly, does she still love him? Or is the world-famous reporter looking to let Clark Kent down easy? Lois and Clark's relationship gets redefined in this issue.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Peter J. Tomasi, art by Carlo Barberi and Art Thibert, cover by Dan Mora.

The Super Sons find themselves tumbling through space and time without so much as a GPS to guide them! Having battled the intergalactic group of teen hoodlums known as the Gang, Superboy and Robin barely escape. However, they do end up having a shootout with gunslingers on a Western-like world before engaging in a swordfight to save a princess on a medieval-like planet. The Sons need to find their way back to Earth before the Gang does a planetary smash-and-grab with the whole planet!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Lan Medina and Vicente Cifuentes, cover by Ricccardo Federici, variant cover by Joshua Middleton.

From the pages of Justice League, the road to "Drowned Earth" starts here! Aquaman is missing -- and the world has gone to hell! With Arthur imprisoned by Black Manta, Queen Mera is left to deal with the arrival of an alien armada aiming to punish the Earth for the sins of Atlantis. As the cosmic tides begin to rise, Mera finds herself in a fight for her very life when the flood unleashes new horrors of the deep!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Mairghread Scott, art by Paul Pelletier and Norm Rapmund, cover by Julian Totino Tedesco, variant cover by Joshua Middleton.

Even millennial superheroes are moving back in with their parents! While recovering from the injuries she suffered battling Grotesque, Barbara Gordon's been living with her police commissioner dad while she recuperates. To get Barbara out of her funk, Jim Gordon hires her to do some I.T. grunt work at the GCPD. Unfortunately, he just gave full security clearance to one of the best hackers on the planet! Batgirl now has access to the police database in hopes of capturing Grotesque...who also seems to be using the database as well! Is this an inside job?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Tom King, art and cover by Tony S. Daniel, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

The Dark Knight's looking to drop both the hammer and sickle on the KGBeast, whose rampage across Gotham City takes a toll on Nightwing when he's injured in the fray. Blaming himself for his ward's fate, Batman gets grimmer than usual -- and vows to take the Russian assassin down like the Berlin Wall. Is even Gotham City ready for that much violence? The streets will run red like borscht if the Dark Knight gets his way against this Soviet scourge.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Tom King, art and cover by Tony S. Daniel, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

The KGBeast isn't working alone. As the Cold War between Batman and the Russian killer heats up, Batman's nose for mystery gets to twitching when he suspects there's more to the KGBeast's attacks than initially thought. Not only does this tie back to the court case Bruce Wayne sat on involving Mr. Freeze, there's another villainous Gotham ghoul in play -- but whom?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Dan Jurgens, art by Cully Hamner, cover by Viktor Kalvachev, variant cover by Dave Johnson.

In this special oversize issue, Jurgens is joined by Hamner to bring back the biggest baddie of them all in "The Final Joke." The dedication of a new building commemorating a special Wayne family event -- the 100th birthday of Thomas Wayne -- brings out all of Neo-Gotham's familiar faces, including one who was definitely not on the guest list. The Joker makes his long-awaited return to Neo-Gotham, and no one is safe! Will he strike at Batman, Robin, Commissioner Barbara Gordon or the original Caped Crusader himself, Bruce Wayne? Decades after his last fight with the Dark Knight, the Clown Prince of Crime returns home to take his city back once and for all.

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Scott Peterson, art and cover by Kelley Jones.

There's nothing to fear but fear itself -- unless, of course, the Scarecrow is trying to scare all of Gotham City to death with his fear gas! Dr. Jonathan Crane has undergone an intense therapy session in order to "cure" Batman of his various psychoses. That involves Batman and Scarecrow battling through the streets of Gotham City, with the Caped Crusader not knowing what's real and what's fake. Can Batman handle this sudden influx of personal demons into his psyche? Or will the next cell in Arkham Asylum be reserved for Bruce Wayne?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Tom King, Jordie Bellaire, Ram V., Cheryl Lynn Eaton and Tom Taylor, art by Mikel Janin, Jorge Fornes, Elena Casagrande, Brad Walker and others, cover by Mike Janin.

Delve into Batman's case histories and discover brand-new stories by some of comics' most exciting talents. The Batman team of Tom King and Mikel Janin provides a framing sequence, setting up our hand-picked teams of creators to take a look at Bat-mysteries past and present. Featuring a bevy of Batman villains, including a look at how the Scarecrow's fear toxin affects the common man, and a special story written by Tom Taylor with art by Brad Walker that teams the Dark Knight Detective with Detective Chimp.

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 31.


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

Things have gone from bad to worse for Selina in Villa Hermosa. Her new city has taken away what little she was able to carry with her from Gotham, and her rap sheet offers scant protection when local crooks frame her for murdering two police officers. The law has caught up with her and Catwoman is in the clink, giving her time to reflect on her life and all the things that led her to Vila Hermosa. Turns out she didn't choose the move randomly or just to get away from the Batman. This special interlude issue takes us back in time to explode some previously unknown truth bombs from Selina Kyle's past.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by James Tynion IV, Becky Cloonan, Bryan Hill, Tim Seeley, Riley Rossmo Gary Dauberman and others, art by Mark Buckingham, Becky Cloonan, Riley Rossmo, Riccardo Federici and others, cover by Doug Mahnke.

Horror! Death! Uh...Face-punching! Witness ten all-new stories that promise to be the most terrifying, most shocking and most horrific comic that DC Comics has ever published! (Hyperbole much?) Batman, Wonder Woman, Guy Gardner, Swamp Thing, Zatanna and more of your favorite heroes face unspeakable horrors from the streets of Gotham City to the darkest sectors of the universe.

80 pages, $9.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Justin Jordan, art and cover by Eduardo Pansica.

Early-warning sign you're about to get murdered: a mysterious, cursed ledger 
directs you to a small, eerie town filled with an unusual amount of amputees who all take a keen interest in you. That's what the cursed Joe and his sister Annie are up against when their ledger leads them to a town where strangers check in, but they don't check out.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Robert Venditti, art by Aaron Lopresti and Matt Ryan, cover by Dale Keown.

Damage vs. the Justice League! Returning to the covert lab that created him, Damage vows to shut the superior-soldier program down. However, the recruit faces a two-front war, one that he might not be able to win: on one side, a newly upgraded Damage host sporting deadly new features; on the other side, the collective might of the Justice League! Might be time to raise that white flag of surrender, soldier!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Christopher Priest, art by Ed Benes, cover by Tyler Kirkham, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

"Deathstroke: Arkham" starts here! After being declared criminally insane, Deathstroke is committed to the infamous Arkham Asylum! It isn't long before the hunter becomes the hunted as Slade, powerless and weaponless, is targeted by some of Gotham City's most wanted. But after initially mocking and contravening the system meant to help him, Deathstroke learns that his only hope for survival may be to confront his own inner demons.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by James Robinson, art by Stephen Segovia, cover by John Paul Leon, variant cover by Mark Brooks.

Batman is hot on the trail of a murder suspect, but first he'll have to get past Two-Face. Even though Harvey Dent seems to be asserting control, how long before he becomes a sociopathic criminal once again? More importantly, what is Dent's connection to the victim, and what does it all have to do with the terrorist organization of slithering serpents called Kobra?! Whatever it is, it's big enough to reunite Jim Gordon and former district attorney Harvey Dent, and that meeting alone is worth the cover price. Batman's newest partner...Two-Face? As Harvey Dent's persona asserts fragile control over the villain's psyche, the Dark Knight, Commissioner Gordon and their ally-turned-enemy-turned-ally must work together to stop Kobra's terrorist attack against Gotham City.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by James Robinson, art and cover by Carmine Di Giandomenico, variant cover by Mark Brooks.

Batman's newest partner...Two-Face? As Harvey Dent's persona asserts fragile control over the villain's psyche, the Dark Knight, Commissioner Gordon and their ally-turned-enemy-turned-ally must work together to stop Kobra's terrorist attack against Gotham City.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art by Scott Kolins, cover by Dan Panosian, variant cover by Howard Porter.

Things are about to get hot -- very hot! -- when Flash has to battle fire monsters generated by his longtime nemesis, Heat Wave. Unfortunately, the pilot light blew out in Mick Rory's head, because he's comatose from the effects of the Sage Force! How can the Scarlet Speedster reach his old frenemy and get him to put out the fire monsters? Looks like Commander Cold takes a he can pretend to be Captain Cold and talk Heat Wave down!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art by Scott Kolins, cover by Dan Mora, variant cover by Howard Porter.

The insidious secret that corrupted Heat Wave's mind is free and looking for a new host -- one who doesn't run quite so hot! Unfortunately, it takes over Central City Detective Burns instead, and now she's the one rampaging across the city wrecking shop! Burns must lean on an unlikely source to help her with these new powers, while Flash and Iris West make a big decision about their next move.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Julie Benson and Shawna Benson, art by Javier Fernandez, cover by Alex Maleev, variant cover by Kaare Andrews.

In this Heroes in Crisis tie-in, Oliver Queen is forced to take a hard look at himself and evaluate his methods after he fails one too many times trying to do the right thing. It's a dark, depressing stroll down memory lane for the Emerald Archer, as Oliver must come to grips with how he's hurt the people around him. This issue guest-stars members of the Justice League and the Titans, but are they there to console Ollie...or condemn him?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


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

With the Green Lantern Corps at its weakest, Cyborg Superman and the Ravagers dish out damage across the cosmos! Now John Stewart, the Corps' last hope, can barely crawl out of his hospital bed!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


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

Final issue. It's Hal Jordan versus the Cyborg Superman for all the marbles in the heart of Coast City! You might recall that the last time Cyborg Superman visited that town, things did not turn out well.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Sam Humphries, art by Sami Basri, cover by Gullem March, variant covers by Julian Totino Tedesco, Frank Cho.

Harley broke most of DCU continuity last issue, and in this ish, she's dealing with the fallout, namely the time-tossed hero of World War II called Captain Triumph! The golden boy of the Golden Age finds his black-and-white approach failing miserably in the gray areas of the modern world (although unfortunately, there are still plenty of fascists for him to punch). It's up to Harley to return Captain Triumph to his own time, but she'll have to put the kibosh on his do-gooding first -- right after she figures out what "kibosh" means!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Sam Humphries, art by Sami Basri, cover by Julian Totino Tedesco, variant cover by Frank Cho.

Trapped in a future he doesn't understand, Captain Triumph can't battle his way out of our modern world, as all his efforts lead to disaster. That causes him to butt heads and trade punches with his would-be protector, Harley Quinn. Can Harley talk her way out of this clash? And more importantly, where's she getting a time machine so she can send Captain Triumph home?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Robert Venditti, art and cover by Bryan Hitch and Andrew Currie, variant cover by Matteo Scalero.

The time-and-space-tossed Hawkman arrives at his latest destination, the sub-atomic world known as the Microverse. Luckily, he meets an old friend there -- his longtime Justice League partner the Atom. Ray Palmer learns that the past lives of Carter Hall leave clues for the Winged Wonder to follow. Too bad the next clue leads them to a thinking planet known as Moz-Ga, who's thinking he'd like very much to destroy Hawkman and Atom!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Tom King, art and cover by Clay Mann, variant cover by Ryan Sook.

Suspected of murder, [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] find themselves on the run from the super-hospital called Sanctuary -- with each thinking the other one is the real killer! It's up to Batman to solve this heinous crime, but suspicion falls on him when Superman and Wonder Woman ponder just how much Sanctuary's A.I. is telling them. Meanwhile, [REDACTED] tries to make a shady deal to hide from the Trinity, while [REDACTED] searches out an old friend to help him out of this mess -- and only gets deeper in trouble.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


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

The road to "Drowned Earth." Superman and Batman can't agree on how to put back the moon -- you know, the one that went missing in issue #1. On the other hand, Wonder Woman and Aquaman have faith in each other, working together on a new addition to the Hall of Justice. Martian Manhunter takes Hawkgirl under his wing to test out the limits of her recently broken wing, and Flash and Green Lantern get up to some hijinks in the Hall's cafeteria. Can you say super food fight?!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Scott Snyder, art and cover by Francis Manapul, variant cover by Jae Lee.

The road to "Drowned Earth." When Wonder Woman learns that Cheetah gained new powers and killed the Greek sea god, Poseidon, that sets Aquaman off on a search for answers, bringing him into conflict with an entity known as the Flood, a herald for long-dead ocean gods with an ancient grudge against Poseidon, Atlantis and, well, everyone else on Earth. Who are those guys? Some very big fish -- and you know what big fish do? Eat smaller fish like Aquaman and his Justice League buddies!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


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

Cyborg, Starfire, Green Lantern Jessica Cruz and Azrael debate whether so-called "God of Evil" Darkseid should have joined the team. (Too late -- that evil horse has left the barn!) But before the team can resolve this conflict, they're forced into action when Vril Dox takes an interest in the Coluan refugees, attacking their ship with a new Manhunter army of his own creation. 'Cuz more violence is always the answer!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Writter by Scott Snyder and Aaron Gillespie, art and cover by V. Ken Marion and Sandu Florea.

Final issue! Now that they've uncovered the face of their true enemy, the New Challengers must band together to stop the unstoppable -- a reawakened space god with unlimited power, weaponized to tear reality apart! Their borrowed time is just about up -- will our team of heroes be able to save the very fabric of reality as we know it?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Benjamin Percy, art by Chris Mooneyham and Travis Moore, cover by Mike Perkins, variant cover by Jonboy Meyers.

"Knight Terrors" begins here! The big issue #50 kicks off an epic four-part story that brings together critical moments of fear and doubt from the past and the present. A young Dick Grayson hopes to escape the shadow of the Bat and earn the title of Nightwing, while an older Dick Grayson must deal with a blow he did not see coming. A common enemy unites the timelines: the Scarecrow, as you've never seen him before! This story goes deep into the mythology and nightmarish development of Dr. Jonathan Crane.

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Benjamin Percy, art by Chris Mooneyham and Travis Moore, cover by Mike Perkins, variant cover by Howard Porter.

And while Nightwing struggles to uncover the truth behind the "fear germ" that is killing people in their sleep, he must also try to overcome his own sudden struggles with heights and vertigo. He has lost his primary skill set as a hero and will have to focus on his brilliance as a detective instead. And a distracting love triangle certainly isn't helping him focus...This new storyline spins out of events in Batman #55. The start of a new direction in Nightwing's crimefighting career!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Frank Tieri, art and cover by Mauricet, varaint cover by Amanda Conner.

After liberating New York City from her now-feral Gang of Harleys, poor Harley wants nothing more than to slip back into retirement in her coastal (and heavily guarded) paradise. But the Laughing Boys Gang has another idea -- they'll follow her to the ends of the Earth, to drag her back to their leader! It can't actually be...him! Right?! He couldn't possibly still be alive, could he? After all...Harley killed him herself with her bare hands! Should she turn to President Power Girl for help? Or flee to the 51st state, Atlantis? Step into an insane vision of a future DC Universe we all better hope we don't live to see!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Gail Simone, art by Adriana Melo, cover by Tess Fowler.

Eel O'Brian takes a flexible view of morality: you walk on your side of the line, he'll keep his feet on his (no promises about his hands, eyes, ears or midsection). That all stopped when his alter ego Plastic Man got suckered into the high-stakes world of super-heroic traitors and super-villainous cabals. Now he's gonna stiffen his spine, screw up his courage and take the law into his own hands. Or he's going to swat Queen Bee into next Tuesday with his fly-swatter hand. One or the other.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Marv Wolfman, art by Pop Mhan, cover by Julian Totino Tedesco.

The hunt for the young arcanes gathers steam! Before they can bond as a team and find their strengths, Raven and Baron Winters' new, young Night Force may be ground to dust under the hooves of the Shadow-Riders!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Scott Lobdell, art and cover by Pete Woods, variant cover by Yasmine Putri.

Everything changed for the Red Hood last issue. This time around, everything changes for Jason Todd! Devoid of partners and exiled from Gotham City, Jason gets a fateful message from the last person he expected to see again. The news he learns leaves him with no choice but to don the Red Hood mask once more and double down on his two-fisted crimefighting approach. Pray for whoever gets in Jason's way as "The Outlaw" kicks into high gear.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Dan DiDio, art by Max Raynor, cover by Kenneth Rocafort.

Everything's going sideways for Sideways in the pages of Sideways -- and that means trouble for our titular hero. Trapped in the Dark Multiverse with no escape, Derek James comes face to face with this world's ruler, Perrus. A so-called benevolent dictator, Perrus rules his world with an iron fist and forces its citizens into slavery, so Sideways decides it's time for a revolt. The revolution proves unsuccessful, but it leads Sideways to a "super" discovery that could save this world and himself.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Dan DiDio and Grant Morrison, art by Max Raynor, cover by Andy Kubert, Sandra Hope.

Sideways unleashes his "super" secret weapon against Perrus in an effort to free the oppressed people and escape to his home dimension. He'll get some additional help from the newly discovered Seven Soldiers, but only if someone makes a heroic ultimate sacrifice. Plus, a bonus backup story in which Sideways meets the Unseen!!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 31.


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

The Silencer finds herself in a deadly showdown with a pair of killers -- Quietus and Gunn -- as well as a giant kaiju monster at a Superman theme park! (No refunds given, park-goers.) If she can shoot her way out of that trouble, she'll still have to track down Talia's body before Leviathan can resurrect her. Of course, them being a secret evil criminal organization and all, they'll probably have backup plans inside of contingencies wrapped up in their true motivations. At any rate, someone's getting their soul eaten whether they like it or not!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Rob Williams, art by Philippe Brinones, cover by Dan Panosian, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

While the rest of the Suicide Squad is busy with their undersea exploits in Atlantis, Amanda Waller ships Captain Boomerang down under on a mission to save his home country! Someone's planted nukes all across Australia, and it's up to Boomerang to hunt them down with an old friend from the Australian Secret Service. It's one last mission as Captain Boomerang: Agent of Oz, and he's got a license to give a bloke a right kicking!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Marc Andreyko, art by Kevin Maguire, cover by Stanley Lau, variant cover by Amanda Conner.

Supergirl's cosmic quest continues as she searches the galaxy for the truth about Rogol Zaar's connection to Krypton's destruction -- and if there are any other culprits to be brought to justice. The library police are hot on Kara's trail after she breaks into the Green Lantern database on Mogo, but she's short on credits to pay the fine.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


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

As Superman fights to protect the world from Rogol Zaar and the Kryptonian convicts trapped inside the Phantom Zone, the greatest minds on Earth devise a risky plan to return the planet from the deadly prison. With the Earth continuing to crack and crumble and its greatest heroes fall, can the Man of Steel hold the line and give his adopted world a chance to escape?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Adam Glass, art by Bernard Chang, cover by Nick Derington, variant cover by Alex Garner.

The Teen Titans head to Gotham City, where they must thwart a plot to assassinate Commissioner Gordon! So who is the mysterious figure giving Robin his intel, and how does he know so much? Speaking of Robin, is he developing real feelings for the magical Djinn, or is he falling under the spell of her mystical ring? Meanwhile, more secrets come to light and more drama unfolds, putting Kid Flash and Red Arrow at odds!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Jeff Lemire, art by Viktor Bogdanovic, cover by Dale Eaglesham.

The Terrifics struggle to escape their respective plights while trying to save members of the Tom Strong family as chaos reigns across the Multiverse! But as Doc Dread's true identity is revealed, that unmasking hits especially close to home for Sapphire Stagg, who's in mortal danger after she learns the fateful secret. And she's not the only Terrific in trouble -- just wait until the team finds what threat awaits them back at their Gotham City headquarters!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Gene Luen Yang, Mark Russell and James Asmusk art by Joe Bennett, Evan Shaner and Viktor Bogdanovic, cover by Emanuela Lupacchino.

It's three startling Terrifics tales, kicking off with a deadly nightmare at Stagg Manor! When a plot to steal Plastic Man's powers goes awry, the Terrifics' new home and everyone in it are at the mercy of stealthy plastic monsters. Looks like Sapphire picked the wrong day to host a Halloween dance for her Stagg Industries internship program! Next up, discover the secret origin of Java the caveman, and the secret he's keeping will shock you. Last but not least, we uncover Tom Strong's hidden adventure in the Dark Multiverse -- hold on to your holy socks!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 31.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Brent Peeples and Matt Santorelli, cover by Clayton Henry, variant cover by Jose Luis.

Newly awakened metahuman Ionbound suffers a fateful transformation that rocks the Titans team to their core. If they can't save these Source Wall victims, what good is their latest mission? But does this development hold the key to helping them? Or is it a harbinger of more death and destruction to come? That's a lot of questions to answer; good thing there are two issues this month to cover all that ground!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Clayton Henry, cover by Leonardo Manoc, variant cover by Phil Jimenez.

In a tie-in to the road to "Drowned Earth," the Titans get a visit from an old teammate when Atlantean mage Tempest guest-stars in the ish. What's got Garth's fishnets in a twist? He's there to help the new Titans lineup take on a major oceanic threat, whose attack comes straight out of the pages of Justice League and Aquaman. Guess you could say that prelude "spills over" into TITANS this month.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Steve Orlando, art by Cary Nord and Mark Farmer, cover by Kevin Nowlan.

Are you ready for an unexpected showdown inside the walls of Castle Frankenstein? Hell yeah! The Unexpected team tracks down Hawkman, but will the Winged Wonder have a larger role to play? Meanwhile, the race to neutralize the Nth metal isotope reaches its climax as Onimar Synn and his Necro-Legions descend upon the Unexpected. But as Neon the Unknown investigates, he learns that the toxic Nth metal may not even be from our Multiverse. Finally, the true menace of Alden Quench begins to emerge from the shadows of Dark Nights: Metal, Final Crisis and the new Hawkman series!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by James Tynion IV, art and cover by Jesus Merino, variant cover by Riccardo Federici.

Just in time for Halloween, it's "The Witching Hour," a five-part weekly event that will rewrite the future of DC's magical heroes! Hecate, the witch-goddess of magic, always knew a day would come when the monsters she stole her magic from would return. Now she must activate the Witchmarked, humans within whom she secreted vast stores of power. And the most powerful of the Witchmarked? Wonder Woman!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by James Tynion IV, art by Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy, cover by Yasmine Putri, variant cover by Jenny Frison.

"The Witching Hour" part two! The Justice League Dark barely escaped their first encounter with Hecate, but they know she'll be coming back for the power inside Wonder Woman. But what if Diana could tap into that power herself to take on 
Hecate directly?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


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

"The Witching Hour" part three! Everything the Justice League Dark thought they knew about Wonder Woman and Hecate has proven to be wrong...and the Parliament of Trees is about to pay the price! Hecate knows this world isn't strong enough to resist the Otherkind, so she's going to burn it down and replace it with a world of her own...starting with that ancient grove!

32 pages, $3.99, in stoes on Oct. 17.


Written by James Tynion IV, art by Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy, cover by Yasmine Putri, variant cover by Jenny Frison.

"The Witching Hour" part four! As Hecate's new world is born, Wonder Woman is under the goddess' total control! This is magic's darkest hour -- one of the most powerful magicians of all time may not survive!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by James Tynion IV, art and cover by Jesus Merino, variant cover by Riccardo Federici.

The deadly finale of "The Witching Hour" arrives as Zatanna battles for Wonder Woman's soul -- and the rest of the Justice League Dark battle for their lives! Hecate is more powerful than the Greek Gods...and no matter who wins, the Earth will lose its chance of surviving the war that's coming!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 31.



Written by Frank Tieri, art by Mark Texeira, cover by Tyler Kirkham, variant cover by Paolo, Pantalena.

In Yellowstone Park, legends speak of a spirit bear referred to as "the Yogi," which few if any have actually encountered. Real or not, when a bear seems to have graduated from stealing picnic baskets to kidnapping actual campers, Ranger Smith decides it's time to stop this menace -- so he calls on the services of Slade Wilson -- a.k.a. Deathstroke -- to get the job done.

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 31.


Written by Mark Russell, art by Rick Leonardi, cover by Sam Basri, variant cover by Yasmine Putri.

Set against the turbulent backdrop of the early 1970s, Green Lantern and Huckleberry Hound join forces to take a stand on the issues of that era. Returning from recent duty in Vietnam, veteran Marine John Stewart -- now a member of the Green Lantern Corps -- contemplates what, if anything, he should do about the issues tearing his country apart. Meanwhile, Huckleberry's comments against the Vietnam war have left him a celebrity outcast, and a visit back home to Mississippi puts him face to face with the Civil Rights Movement. What can one man -- and one hound -- do?

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 31.


Written by Heath Corson, art by Tom Grummett, cover by Marcus To, variant cover by Jonboy Meyers.

When a famous Hollywood talent agent is found brutally murdered, suspicion and evidence seem to point to his most famous client, Oscar winning actor Magilla Gorilla. Dick Grayson, already in Tinseltown to meet with said agent, senses something suspicious. Donning his Nightwing costume and joining forces with the simian suspect, he's got one night to prove that this monkey doesn't belong in a cage.

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 31.


Written by Dan DiDio, art and cover by Shane Davis, variant cover by Emanuela Lupacchino.

It's Superman versus super food with Top Cat caught in the middle. While searching for his missing friend Bennie, TC uncovers a dietary danger that threatens the healthier portions of mankind, and it's up to the Man of Steel to stop the probiotic menace of Kalien! In the salad bar, no one can hear you scream.

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Oct. 31.



Written by Kat Howard, art by Tom Fowler, cover by Kai Carpenter, variant cover by Joshua Middleton.

Timothy Hunter may be destined tobecome the most powerful magician in the universe, but he's still a London teenager, and having magical abilities complicates things more than it helps. It's not like he can use magic to pass his exams, stop being bullied or convince his cute friend to date him. And while Tim's trying to live his life, there are cultists who want to kill him, believing his power will eventually corrupt him into becoming a merciless mage. Oh, and those are the good guys. Luckily, his new substitute teacher is more than she appears, and may be able to help Tim discover the mystery behind the Books of Magic.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Eric M. Esquivel, art and cover by Ramon Villalobos.

After barely surviving a supernatural showdown at Jack in the Box, the kids regroup over nachos to debate what to do when your town is overrun by monsters of myth. Frank's freaked and wants to go to the cops! Julietta can't because her family's undocumented. Aimi wants to know the secrets of the underworld! And Quinteh might just be hungry. Meanwhile, El Chupacabra crosses the border between worlds, bringing with him an unspeakably terrifying force to Devil's Fork.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Simon Spurrier, art by Bilquis Evely, cover by Jae Lee.

Merv Pumpkinhead ain't happy. Sure, Merv Pumpkinhead doesn't exactly radiate happy at the best of times, but now? Right now a bunch of blank-faced strangers from between realities are taking local jobs; foreign criminals are profiteering at the realm's expense; and the VIPs seem more interested in themselves than getting back to the "good old days." The Dreaming used to be somewhere a vegetable-headed guy could be proud to call home, y'know? Fact is, Merv Pumpkinhead's been pushed too far. It's time for change. Right at the top.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Ben Blacker, art by Mirka Andolfo, cover by Joelle Jones, variant cover by Jenny Frison.

"The women are too powerful. They must be tamed." For hundreds of years a war has been waged between a coven of perpetually reincarnating witches and the all-male conspiracy known as the Architects. After the death of the lead Architect in 2005 it seemed the witches had finally defeated their foes. Now, 13 years later, waking up in a perfect cookie cutter home at the end of a cul-de-sac in a sunny corner of suburbia, Isadora has no recollection of her past life as the leader of a witch coven, nor her soulmate Nadiya, let alone the centuries-old war she has waged in defense of the soul of America...

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 31.


Written by Nalo Hopkinson, art by Dominike Stanton, cover by Sean Andrew Murray.

Erzulie shouldn't be in the Dreaming; in fact, she isn't really sure how she suddenly got stranded there. Worse, she soon learns that she is no longer connected to her worshippers, which, for a deity, means only one thing: death. Against the advice of Cain and Abel, Erzulie steers her houseboat back into the rip between the worlds in an effort to return to her realm. But how will she find her way back, and what danger lies ahead in the otherworldly waters she finds herself sailing? Meanwhile, Latoya's sisters and her girlfriend watch her comatose body in the hospital, praying she'll wake up, not realizing they'd best be careful what they wish for.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


Written by Dan Watters, art by Max Fiumara and Sebastian Fiumara, cover by Goni Montes, variant cover by Kelley Jone.

Lucifer is missing. Having embarked on a dangerous journey to find the mother of his abandoned son, the Prince of Lies finds himself imprisoned and crippled by mysterious forces who seek to torment him for their own terrible ends. Meanwhile: a car is crashed, two witches blind themselves, a tumor speaks its first words, and a perfectly good bowl of oatmeal is left to go cold.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.

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Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art and cover by David Mack, variant cover by Bill Sienkiewicz.

Nazi-hunters? Escape artists? Some M.I.A. for decades? Exactly how long have comics creators been part of the intelligence community? Follow the latest recruit from the Comic-Con circuit as he falls in with this mysterious crowd. The secrets he uncovers about its legacy will shock and delight, well, just about everyone.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art and cover by Michael Gaydos.

Her name is Pearl...a master tattoo artist and reluctant assassin for the modern-day yakuza. With Pearl's dangerous secret now revealed, her chances of happiness in her yakuza clan have all but disappeared. With real true love revealing itself to her for the first time, Pearl begins to discover her story isn't completely written yet.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art and cover by Alex Maleev.

The city of Portland has been shut down -- or, in the eyes of some, taken hostage -- and Scarlet must decide how far she is willing to take her crusade. Enter Kit, the woman who will reduce Portland to rubble.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art and cover by Michael Avon Oeming.

In a world where the five families of Murder, Inc. never gave up their stranglehold on parts of America, the U.S. president tried to pit them against one another and failed. Badly. Now the families are united in their common cause. And there will be blood.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 3.



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

Gorilla Grodd forms a deadly alliance and leads an uprising to take out King Solovar and conquer Gorilla City. Against the backdrop of all hell breaking loose, the Suicide Squad decides it would be a good idea for teammates Killer Croc and Orca to get married! Love and death reign side by side as the series draws toward its conclusion.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 3.


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

Final issue. Events align leading up to the storyline in the Injustice 2 video game. Gorilla Grodd takes center stage as Earth's deadliest menace, while secretly in the service of the intergalactic menace known as Brainiac.Which heroes will survive to face him? And what role might the imprisoned Superman play as events come to a head?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


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

Superman scoured the Multiverse for heroes who might threaten his rule -- but he dismissed Prince Adam. Will he rue that decision now that he's facing He-Man in the Oracle? Plus, Darkseid's attack on Eternia has reached the walls of Castle Grayskull!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written and art by the Usual Gang of Idiots.

MAD gets spooky this October as Sergio Aragones takes a MAD look at el Día de los Muertos! Plus, special guest-star contributors galore, including TV horror host Svengoolie on scary movies, comedian Maria Bamford on fine art that really stinks and another comedian Brian Posehn on the remake of a Hollywood horror classic!

64 pages, $5.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis, art and cover by Patrick Olliffe and Tom Palmer, variant cover by James Harren.

This Daphne-centric issue focuses on the history of our favorite monster-killing mistress, from her relationship with her unforgiving father to the tragic death of Fred Jones. But the past has come back to haunt Daphne in the form of a savage new monster that's hunting her. How can she survive a creature that feeds on her sorrow and guilt?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.


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

Scooby and the gang have teamed up with dozens of superheroes to face some of the world's weirdest menaces. But the shoe's on the other robotic foot when they have to team up with the world's strangest heroes, the Doom Patrol! And if the heroes make Scooby and Shaggy nervous, just wait until they meet the Doom Patrol's enemies...

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 24.


Written and cover by Derek Fridolfs, art by Scott Jeralds.

Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! And Scooby and the gang are spectators at the local monster truck mash-up! But when the Diesel Dragon invades the track driven by the barbaric Black Knightmare, can anyone stop them? A certain Machine is here to solve that Mystery!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


Written by Warren Ellis, art and cover by Jon Davis-Hunt, variant cover by Daniel Warren Johnson.

You can never go home again, but John Lynch needs to go somewhere to begin the last act of his life. Jack Hawksmoor never really had a home, especially since he became something other than human. As the war between IO and Skywatch gets hot, Marc Slayton has somewhere for Lynch to go, and Jenny Sparks may have a new home for Jack Hawksmoor...and Angela Spica.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 17.


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

Final issue. Michael Cray carries an alien intelligence in his mind. Diana Prince seeks an apocalypse. John Constantine wants to control them both. In Greece, death will find them all in the explosive conclusion.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Oct. 10.



Curated by Scott Bryan Wilson, introduction by Scott Snyder, afterword by Mark Doyle, interviews with Garth Ennis, Glenn Fabry, Jamie Delano, Colleen Doran, Jeff Lemire, Jock, Lee Bermejo, Becky Cloonan, Mark Buckingham, Peter Milligan, Sean Murphy, Todd Klein, Ann Nocenti, Kurt Busiek, Paul Levitz, Devin Grayson, Rachel Pollack, Cliff Chiang, J.M. DeMatteis, Paul Jenkins, Mike Allred, Brian K. Vaughan and dozens of other Vertigo creators, design cover featuring art by Chris Bachalo.

One of the most influential imprints in comics history celebrates its 25th anniversary in this lavish collection of art and interviews, Vertigo: A Celebration of 25 Years! This deluxe hardcover revisits the history of the innovative imprint as told by the people who lived it. A luxurious hybrid of oral history and retrospective art book, Vertigo: A Celebration of 25 Years features a comprehensive timeline of every Vertigo project ever released and insightful new interviews and behind-the-scenes intrigue with Vertigo writers, artists, editors, designers and publishers, while showcasing the magnificent Vertigo covers and interiors from some of comics' greatest and most influential artists. Vertigo has long been renowned for some of the best graphic story-telling of all time, as it's been home to such groundbreaking series as The Sandman, Saga Of The Swamp Thing, The Invisibles, Doom Patrol, Y: The Last Man, Preacher, Fables, 100 Bullets -- and that's just to start. With Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Brian K. Vaughan, Scott Snyder, Garth Ennis, Brian Azzarello, Frank Quitely, Matt Wagner, Jeff Lemire and countless others among its illustrious alumni, Vertigo has been the place where iconic talent and story meet.

400 pages, $39.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by Steve Skeates, art by Jim Aparo, cover by Nick Cardy.

Writer Steve Skeates and artist Jim Aparo began their acclaimed Aquaman run with the epic tale of Mera's disappearance and Aquaman's quest to to get her back, now collected in this Deluxe Edition. While Aquaman desperately searches for his missing wife and queen, Mera, Atlantis plunges into the grips of a new enemy, a politician named Narkran, who plans to rule the underwater kingdom with an iron fist! Aquaman's quest takes him to depths high and low as he battles all who stand in his way, including his archnemesis Black Manta. Collects Aquaman #40-48 (1968).

216 pages, $34.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Geoff Johns, art by ivan Reis, Paul Pelletier, Joe Prado, Peter Woods, Pere Perez and others.

Aquaman, who long ago lost contact with his people, must watch as armies emerge from the sea to attack the surface world. The Justice League answers the call to defend the shores from the invading Atlantean horde. But whose side is Aquaman on? With his brother Orm at the head of the undersea army, will Aquaman stand with his Earthbound superteam? Or his own people? Find out in this exciting hardcover collecting Aquaman #0 and 14-16 and Justice League #15-17.

192 pages, $12.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


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

Aquaman's mythology is completely reimagined in this acclaimed epic combining science fiction and fantasy in Aquaman: Underworld, now collected into a new deluxe hardcover edition! Enraged by rumors of Arthur's survival in the slums of Atlantis, the ruthless King Rath orders the use of ancient Atlantean techno-magic to track down the Aquaman at all costs! But ex-king Arthur can't hide for long when his fate collides with that of a mysterious young woman on the run from Rath's own secret police. Her name: Dolphin! Collects Aquaman #25-30.

160 pages, $29.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Grant Morrison, art and cover by Frank Quitely.

The complete 12-issue run of All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely is collected in a new trade paperback as part of the Black Label line! Witness the Man of Steel in exciting adventures featuring Lex Luthor, Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane, Bizarro and more! Plus: Superman goes toe-to-toe with Bizarro, his oddball twin, and the new character Zibarro, also from the Bizarro planet.

304 pages, $29.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Scott Snyder, art by Jock and Francesco Francavilla, cover by Jock.

Originally published in Detective Comics #871-881, this epic from the writer of Justice League and Batman forces the Dark Knight to confront one of Gotham City's oldest evils! Plu, the corpse of a killer whale shows up on the floor of one of Gotham City's foremost banks, setting a deadly mystery in motion.

320 pages, $99.99, in stores on May 22.


Written by Bob Rozakis, Jack C. Harris, Cary Burkett and others, art by Jose Delbo, Don Newton, Don Heck and others, cover by Karl Kerschl.

These hard-to-find 1970s tales featuring Barbara Gordon, a.k.a. Batgirl, are now recut and collected in their entirety! In these stories, Batgirl teams up with heroes including Robin and Red Tornado, and faces villains including Killer Moth, the Cavalier and Madame Zodiac. Collects stories from Batman Family #12-20 and Detective Comics #481-499, 501-502, 505-506, 508-510 and 512-519.

536 pages, $99.99, in stores on March 27.


Written by Chuck Dixon, Alan Grant, Dennis O'Neil and others, art by Bret Blevins, Ron Wagner, Sal Velluto and others, cover by Tom Grummett and Ray Kryssing.

Still recovering from his devastating encounter with Bane, and utilizing specially designed accoutrements, Bruce Wayne and Alfred are on the trail of Robin's father and Shondra Kinsolving, both kidnapped by a mysterious new foe lurking in the shadows. Shondra may be the only person on Earth who can repair Bruce's badly damaged body. To rescue her, he will have to push himself mentally and physically before it is too late. Collects Justice League Task Force #5-6, Batman: Shadow of The Bat #21-23, Batman: Legends of The Dark Knight #59-61 and Robin #7.

240 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Chuck Dixon, Alan Grant, Doug Moench and Jo Duffy, art by Mike Manley, Graham Nolan, Jim Balent and others, cover by Kelley Jones.

In this latest Knightfall recut title, Bruce Wayne is ready to resume his role as Gotham's protector. But Jean-Paul Valley, the man who now patrols the night as a vicious and violent Batman, is not willing to give up his new identity. Driven to the brink of madness, the new Batman seeks to destroy Bruce as they meet in mortal combat. Collects Batman #509-510, Batman: Shadow of The Bat #29-30, Batman: Legends of The Dark Knight #62-63, Robin #8-9, Detective Comics #676-677, Catwoman #12-13 and Showcase '94 #10.

376 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Jeph Loeb, Paul Dini, A.J. Lieberman and others, art by Jim Lee, Dustin Nguyen, Al Barrionuevo and others, cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams.

The saga of Hush, a.k.a. Thomas Elliott, is collected in a single, massive Omnibus edition! This title includes his introduction in the legendary "Hush" storyline by writer Jeph Loeb and artist Jim Lee, his conflicts with the Dark Knight and encounters with Gotham City's greatest villains, including Two-Face, Poison Ivy and many others! Collects Batman #608-619 and 685, Batman: Gotham Knights #50-55, 60-71 and 73-74, Detective Comics #846-850 and 852, Batman: Streets of Gotham #1-4, 14 and 16-21, plus stories from Batman Villains Secret Files #1 and Wizard #0.

1,240 pages, $125, in stores on March 13.


Written by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato, art and cover by Francis Manapul.

The writer-artist team of Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato move from the fast streets of the Flash's Central City to the crime-riddled back alleys of Gotham City to face threats from Anarky, Icarus and more! Collects Detective Comics #30-34, 37-44 and the Detective Comics Sneak Peek!

280 pages, $39.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


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

Collecting the six-issue miniseries that bridges the gap between seasons one and two of Batman: The Telltale Series! Someone is killing people associated with Arkham Asylum during the time that Thomas Wayne was forcibly committing people there. Suspicion falls on the families suing Bruce Wayne to pay for the harm caused by his father, which makes him the target of a relentless assassin. It's a deadly game of cat and mouse as Batman tries to stop Deadshot from killing former Arkham Asylum employees, while also trying to determine just who he is and why he's targeting them.

144 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by Peter J. Tomasi art by Patrick Gleason, Mick Gray and others, cover by Patrick Gleason.

As Batman and Robin try to adjust to their new partnership, a figure emerges from Bruce Wayne's past -- one not happy that Batman Incorporated is shining a light on his own shadowy war against evil. At the same time, the son of Batman must prove to his father as well as the previous mantle holders that he is worthy to be called Robin! Collects Batman and Robin #1-8.

192 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written, art and cover by Liam Sharp.

When a Celtic god's murder leads to a war between the fairy folk and a possible breach between worlds, Wonder Woman must find the murderer and keep the peace while Batman investigates strange occurrences in Gotham City. As Diana must turn to the World's Greatest Detective for help, the two heroes quickly learn their cases may be connected. Collects the entire six-issue miniseries.

152 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


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

Caroline Sharp has been a lot of things, including a superhero and a super-spy. But now, with those days behind her and her powers proving unreliable, Caroline finds herself stuck in a life weighed down by her depression and an inability to change. You see, Caroline is going to live forever, and there is no escape to be had. All of that could change, however, when her old foe, Madame Atom, comes to her with an intriguing offer. Collects the entire six-issue miniseries.

160 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Jeff Parker and Rob Williams, art by Steve Lieber, Aaron Lopresti, Ron Randall and others, cover by Steve Rude.

In these tales from Future Quest Presents #7-12, Space Ghost meets the universe's most wanted thieves -- the Galaxy Trio! Plus, mighty Mightor protects the Earth from being forced into joining a galactic empire, and the youngest Herculoid wants to leave his family behind, only to encounter the threat of Animan!

160 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing, art by Brian Ching, Colleen Doran, Lynne Yoshii and others, cover by Doug Mahnke.

Lex Luthor plans to bring war to the Garage, so the gang rides out to assemble an army. Natasha Irons is determined to save her world, but sending so many of her friends away on missions leaves her alone with Barbara...and the Batman. Can she defend the Garage against the first of Luthor's meta-human League: the Flash? Plus, meet the founder of the Garage, Black Canary! Collects issues #7-12.

144 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


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

With the Ninth Circle crippled by Green Arrow and the Justice League, the Emerald Archer must deal with one pesky thing: 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, and as leader of the Ninth Circle, she's responsible for destroying Seattle. Collects issues #33-38.

144 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


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

There is a secret history to the DC Universe, of heroes who have protected humanity from the shadows since the dawn of time...and who can live forever. Enter the Immortal Men! The team, headed by the Immortal Man, has waged a secret war against the House of Conquest for countless years -- but Conquest has dealt a devastating blow. When their base of operations, known as the Campus, is savagely attacked, the Immortal Men must seek out their last hope -- an emerging metahuman known as Caden Park! With the Batman Who Laughs lurking in the shadows, things get serious quickly. Collecting issues #1-6 of the New Age of Heroes series!

144 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Grant Morrison, art by Philip Bond, Warren Pleece, Sean Phillips, Jill Thompson, John Ridgway and others, cover by Brian Bolland.

Will the world end by a nightmare of control and repression? Or will it be the beginning of a higher stage of existence? Together with some of comics' finest artists, Grant Morrison weaves a tapestry of characters and ideas unlike anything ever seen before, and provides a glimpse of the possible that lies behind the everyday. This final volume collects The Invisibles Vol. 2 #14-22 and The Invisibles Vol. 3 #12-1.

512 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Karl Kesel, art by Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson, Pete Woods and others, cover by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson.

Batgirl is back -- but how is that possible when Barbara Gordon is wheelchair-bound? Also guest-starring Nightwing as a...carjacker? What could lead him to such a dastardly deed? Why, Harley Quinn, of course! How will our hero, er, villain escape this one? Meanwhile, Oracle is determined to stop Harley once and for all, and she's not alone. Collects Harley Quinn (2000s series) #9-19.

280 pages, $29.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, art by John Timms, Amanda Conner, Mauricet, Neal Adams, Dave Johnson, Joseph Michael Linsner, Billy Tucci and Simon Bisley, cover by Amanda Conner.

It's the sensational team-up series in which Harley meets (and annoys) DC's greatest heroes and villains! Harley teams up with Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Lobo and more! But can she keep up with beings of this caliber? Collects Harley's Little Black Book #1-6.

256 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


Written by Tom Taylor, art by Stephen Byrne, cover by Karl Kerschl.

Something terrible has happened in Angel Grove! When the Command Center is breached and the teleporters are damaged, Zack is flung into another universe, where he's mistaken for a villain by a mysterious masked vigilante. Can the other Power Rangers get to their friend in time to save him from Batman? Collects Justice League/Power Rangers #1-6. Co-published with BOOM! Studios.

160 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


Written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV, art by Jim Cheung, Jorge Jimenez Doug Mahnke and others, cover by Jim Cheung.

Spinning out of the cataclysmic events of Dark Nights: Metal and Justice League: No Justice, the core members of the Justice League -- Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash and more -- are reunited in all-new adventures! The League was forced to make an impossible decision...and now it's time to face the consequences! The returning Martian Manhunter struggles to protect the team from an incoming threat that will shatter the world as they know it, while a familiar face strikes out on a dark path...This new title collects Justice League #1-7!

176 pages, $17.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


Written by Alan Grant, art by Norm Breyfogle and others, cover by Norm Breyfogle.

It's another volume of Batman tales illustrated by top comics artist Norm Breyfogle, featuring the Dark Knight's conflicts with Anarky, The Joker and the Scarecrow and the seeming death of the Penguin. This volume collects Detective Comics #608-621, Batman #448-459 and more.

456 pages, $49.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


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

Ten years into the future, in a world without a Batman, Gotham City has been taken over by the Collective! In a high-tech town with zero tolerance for caped crusaders and masked vigilantes, what's a woman who has vowed vengeance to do? Could The Joker, now a sad clown who makes balloon toys shaped like tommy guns, have the answers? Collects issues #1-6.

168 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by Tom King, art and cover by Mitch Gerads.

The 12-issue mini-series is collected in time for the holidays! Scott Free is the greatest escape artist who ever lived. So great that he escaped Granny Goodness' gruesome orphanage and the dangers of Apokolips to travel across galaxies and set up a new life on Earth with his wife, the former Female Fury known as Big Barda. Using the stage alter ego of Mister Miracle, he has made a career for himself showing off his acrobatic escape techniques. He even caught the attention of the Justice League, which counted him among its ranks. You might say Scott Free has why isn't it enough? Mister Miracle has mastered every illusion, achieved every stunt, pulled off every trick -- except one. He has never escaped death. Is it even possible? Our hero is going to have to kill himself if he wants to find out.

320 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Simon Spurrier, art by Rachael Stott, Pete Woods and Stephen Byrne, cover by Eric Canete.

In a future where unhinged technologies and parallel Earths have given rise to a class of super-criminal, the most beloved celebrities aren't actors or rock stars, but the bounty hunters who traverse an exotic multiverse in search of prey! But when the tracer known as Tab finds herself in an ultraviolent race for her greatest prize yet, she's forced to work with her greatest enemy, the only person capable of identifying him: her own elderly, overbearing and hypercritical mother, who was once the most fabulous and celebrated bounty hunter of them all. Collects the six-issue miniseries.

160 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


Written by Chuck Dixon, art by Trevor McCarthy, Staz Johnson, Rick Burchett, Will Rosado and others, cover by Trevor McCarthy.

In this collection of stories from issues #61-70, Dick Grayson is emotionally and physically pushed to his breaking point as he searches within to discover what it is to be a hero in the aftermath of The Joker's latest reign of terror. And before he can catch his breath, another shocking development threatens everything he has ever known, as Bruce Wayne is charged with murder!

248 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written By Neil Gaiman, art by Mike Dringenberg, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli and others, cover by Dave McKean.

During Morpheus' incarceration, three dreams escaped the Dreaming and are now loose in the waking world. At the same time, a young woman named Rose Walker is searching for her little brother. As their stories converge, a vortex is discovered that could destroy all dreamers, and the world itself. Collects The Sandman #9-16. This volume features a new introduction by Kelly Sue DeConnick.

232 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Neil Gaiman, Matt Wagner and P. Craig Russell, art by J.H. Williams Iii, Chris Bachalo, Yoshitaka Amano, Mark Buckingham, Miguelanxo Prado, Bill Sienkiewicz, Glenn Fabry, Frank Quitely, Jeffrey Jones, John Bolton and others, cover by Mike Dringenberg.

DC presents a new Omnibus written by Neil Gaiman! This new collection includes The Sandman: Overture #1-6, The Sandman: The Dream Hunters and The Sandman: The Dream Hunters #1-4, The Sandman: Endless Nights, Sandman Midnite Theatre #1, Death: The High Cost pf Living #1-3 and Death: The Time of Your Life #1-3, plus stories from Vertigo Winter's Edge #1 and 3 and much more!

976 pages, $150, in stores on Jan. 23.


Written by Rob Williams, art by Barnaby Bagenda, Gus Vazquez, Eleanora Carlini and others, cover by Whilce Portacio.

Devastated by Rustam and his Burning World, the international conspiracy known as the People reveals itself to Amanda Waller in a desperate move to secure their mysterious endgame for planet Earth! Meanwhile, the walls tighten for Captain Boomerang as Harley Quinn gets closer to discovering the traitorous murderer within Task Force X...This new hardcover collects Suicide Squad #21-32.

296 pages, $34.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


Written by Dan Jurgens, art by Viktor Bogdanovic, Ryan Sook, Brett Booth, Will Conrad and others cover by Francis Manapul.

Mr. Oz at last steps from the shadows -- but the truth of his identity will rock the Last Son of Krypton to his core. And if Superman refuses to join Mr. Oz's cause, maybe Superboy will! Then, Superman and Booster Gold travel back in time to verify the claims that Kal-El's father survived the destruction of Krypton. What they find, though, is a vastly different world than history has shown. Collects Action Comics #985-999.

352 pages, $34.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, art by Patrick Gleason, Doug Mahnke, Joe Prado, Scott Godlewski and others, cover by Jonboy Meyers.

Superboy meets his opposite, the son of the Man of Steel's most peculiar rival, Bizarro, in the conclusion to Peter J. Tomasi's incredible Superman run. When Superboy comes face-to-face with Boyzarro, the Son of Bizarro, a strange transformation begins to take place. But that's not all that the Kents have knocking on their door! Collects issues #42-45 and a story from Superman Special #1.

128 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Sholly Fisch, Ivan Cohen, Matthew K. Manning and others, art by Lea Hernandez, Marcelo Dichiara, Jeremy Lawson and others, cover by Marcelo Dichiara

The Teen Titans are the hippest superhero gang around, and always know the latest trends! So when a new time-wasting gadget is Jump City's latest craze, and no one's getting anything done, the Titans investigate. Can the team pull together to find the gizmo Fun Gus "Among Us"? Then, the Titans discover a new neighborhood treat when Jump City becomes "Grounds Zero" for the caffeine craze sweeping the nation! Plus, the Titans finally got their movie and all the fame and glamour that went with it. But are they doomed to wallow after their 15 minutes of fame are over? This all-ages title includes issues #25-30!

128 pages, $12.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Bob Haney, Len Wein, Neal Adams, Marv Wolfman and Mike Friedrich, art by Nick Cardy, Irv Novick, Gil Kane, Wallace Wood, Neal Adams and others, cover by Nick Derington.

Collected for the first time in trade paperback, these stories pit our teen team against Captain Rumble, the Mad Mod and other far-out foes. Plus, the classic tale "A Christmas Carol" is reimagined as "A Christmas Happening." Collects Teen Titans #12-24 and The Brave and the Bold #83.

352 pages, $34.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Jeff Lemire, Tom King, Joshua Williamson, Christopher Priest, Dan Didio, Shea Fontana, Greg Rucka and others, art by Steve Epting, Phil Hester, Francesco Francavilla, Bilquis Evely, Neal Adams and others, cover by Andy Kubert.

Join Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash as they deliver powerful messages of hope like only the World's Greatest Super Heroes can! Plus: Sgt. Rock fights the Nazis on Hanukkah, the Teen Titans take on the literal ghost of Christmas past, and Swamp Thing battles that creeping feeling of existential dread! Collects DC Holiday Special 2017 #1, Green Arrow Annual #1, Batgirl #18 and Trinity #16.

176 pages, $16.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by Alan Moore, art and cover by David Lloyd.

A powerful story about loss of freedom and individuality, V For Vendetta takes place in a totalitarian England following a devastating war that changed the face of the planet. In a world without political freedom or with personal freedom and precious little faith in anything comes a mysterious man in a white porcelain mask who fights political oppressors through terrorism and seemingly absurd acts. It's a gripping tale of the blurred lines between ideological good and evil. This new edition collects the stories originally published in the 10-issue Vertigo miniseries along with a treasure trove of behind-the-scenes and making-of content.

400 pages, $49.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Alan Moore, art and cover by Dave Gibbons.

DC introduces DC Modern Classics, collecting groundbreaking, genre-defining works in new hardcover editions, presented in a beautifully designed slipcase. In a world where the mere presence of American super-heroes changed history, the U.S. won the Vietnam War, Richard Nixon is still president, and the Cold War is in effect. Watchmen begins as a murder mystery, but soon unfolds into a planet-altering conspiracy. As the resolution comes to a head, an unlikely group of reunited heroes -- Rorschach, Nite Owl, Silk Spectre, Dr. Manhattan and Ozymandias -- must test the limits of their convictions and ask themselves where the true line between good and evil lies.

392 pages, $49.99, in stores on March 20.


Written and art by Phil Jimenez and others, cover by Phil Jimenez.

In these tales from the 2000s by writer/artist Phil Jimenez, Wonder Woman travels to Gotham City to help Batman defeat The Joker, Scarecrow and Poison Ivy -- only they're possessed by even more sinister forces. Then, Lois Lane joins Diana on a trip to the United Nations, and before the day is over, Lois confronts Diana about her relationship with Superman. But it's not the Man of Steel who seems to have captured Diana's heart. This massive title includes Wonder Woman #164-188, Wonder Woman: Our Worlds at War #1, DC Special: The Return pf Donna Troy #1-4 and stories from Wonder Woman Secret Files #2 and 3.

856 pages, $75, in stores on Feb. 13.


Written by Peter David, Geoff Johns, Ben Raab, Chuck Dixon, Dwayne McDuffie and others, art by Todd Nauck, Sunny Lee, Cary Nord, Carlo Barberi, Drew Johnson, cover by Todd Nauck and Lary Strucker.

In this volume's "Sins of Youth" epic, the machinations of the covert organization known as the Agenda affects the team's respective ages -- leaving some heroes grown to adulthood and others reverted to adolescence! Collects Young Justice #18-19 and The Sins of Youth titles JLA Jr. #1, Aquaman/Lagoon Man #1, Batboy and Robin #1, Kid Flash/Impulse #1, Starwoman and The JSA #1, Superman Jr./Superboy Sr. #1, Wonder Girls #1, The Secret/Deadboy #1, Superboy #74, Sins of Youth #1 and Sins of Youth Secret Files #1.

408 pages, $29.99, in stores on Nov. 21.



Sculpted by Chris Dahlberg.

Following the success of the Teen Titans multi-part statue, DC Collectibles is back with a new line of combinable statues, this time featuring the Bat-Family! This new set features five statues that can be posed individually or combined into a massive showpiece. The first statue of the set is the Dark Knight himself as the centerpiece. Perched atop a building's smokestack, Batman looks out into the night, patrolling the streets of Gotham in his quest to protect the city and its citizens. Limited to 5,000 pieces. Figures measure 10" tall.

$80, in stores in March.


The DC Essentials Nightwing, Batgirl, The Joker and Harley Quinn action figures go back to basics, based on the intricate designs of Jason Fabok.DC Essentials is a line of action figures based on DC characters with universal appeal, accessible to both longtime collectors and those just starting out, that delivers authentic detail from a company with two decades' experience creating high-quality action figures. Figures measure 7" tall.

$26 each, in stores in March.


Designed by Ant Lucia, sculpted by Tim Miller.

She may be over 250 years old, but that doesn't mean Big Barda can't enjoy the pleasure of roller skating, or more specifically, crushing your opponents in roller derby. As a member of the New Gods, she's nigh invulnerable and has been trained as a supreme combatant in both sword fighting and brawling. Featuring her trademark colors and an updated helmet design, she's ready to pummel her opponents on the track. Limited to 5,000 pieces. Statue measures 10" tall.

$125, in stores in March.


Designed by Joelle Jones, sculpted by Jack Mathews.

Walking on water has never seemed as graceful or glamorous as it does in Joelle Jones' latest entry in the DC Cover Girls line! Mera is crafted in an elegant, commanding pose atop a flowing splash of water, which, even in the choppiest of seas, can't compete with the waves of her trademark red locks. Limited to 5,000 pieces. Statue measures 10" tall.

$125, in stores in March.


Based on the art by Klaus Janson, sculpted by Paul Harding.

Throughout his illustrious career, Klaus Janson has contributed inks, pencils and colors to some of comics' biggest heroes. He is perhaps best known for his work on the seminal Batman story The Dark Knight Returns with Frank Miller. Janson's Caped Crusader is grizzled, menacing, and vigilant, and this Black & White statue presents a stripped-down, visceral rendering of Batman that will stand out in any collection. Limited to 5,000 pieces. Statue measures 10" tall.

$80, in stores in March.

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