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

The Super Sons need a break!! After the space adventures of the past few issues, Jon (Superboy) and Damian (Robin) take what they think is a peaceful diversion to what winds up being a miracle-machine planet (as tends to happen in deep space). There, they get a look at their potential future selves, including a surprising preview of parenthood!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by James Tynion IV, art and cover by Guilllem March, variant cover by Jae Lee.

It's on -- the Totality will totally total the Multiverse! What could possibly go wrong when the Legion of Doom gets their hands on it? Plus, what is the connection between Justice League and the new Batman Who Laughs miniseries from Scott Snyder and Jock?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, art by Stephen Segovia, Jim Cheung and Mark Morales, cover by Jim Cheung, variant cover by Jae Lee.

Let's take a trip to "Hawkworld" in part one of a new Totality-related storyline! Martian Manhunter, John Stewart and Hawkgirl avoided "Drowned Earth" with a detour to Thanagar-Prime: J'onn looks to tap into the ancient Martian mental database, GL struggles while practicing his new UV powers, and Kendra searches for answers about her connection to the Totality.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, art and cover by Robson Rocha and Daniel Henriques, variant cover by Joshua Middleton.

The tides turn for the Sea King with a new creative team! Star scribe Kelly Sue DeConnick and red-hot artist Robson Rocha take the rudder to steer Aquaman into uncharted waters. In the wake of "Drowned Earth," an amnesiac Arthur washes ashore on a remote island, and ends up being cared for by a young woman named Callie, who's just a little TOO curious for comfort. And as a lifetime of horror movies has taught us, there's something strange going on in this island village. Aquaman needs to come to his senses quickly...or he might wind up sleeping with the fishes instead of chatting with them.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Tom King, art and cover by Mikel Janin, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

Batman takes on a new partner, and it's...the Penguin? After rejecting Bane's crime-boss co-op, Cobblepot finds himself in the crosshairs of some very teed-off villains. The feathered felon turns to his old foe to snitch on Bane's scheme, but has to prove his intentions to avoid a Bat-beatdown. Along the way, this Gotham odd couple begins to bond -- could there be a new bird joining the Bat-Family? Not if Bane has anything to say about it...

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Tom King, art and cover by Mitch Gerads, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

The creative team behind Mister Miracle is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird...and bloody.!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Tom Taylor, art by Otto Schmidt, variant cover by Bryan Hitch.

"The Other Side Of The Penny!" Alfred Pennyworth has been Batman's most trusted ally and confidant since the Dark Knight first hit the streets of Gotham City. Now, witness Batman's battle for justice from Alfred's perspective and learn how harrowing that journey has been as Batman experiences one of the worst nights Gotham City has ever seen -- a night that will push Alfred to the breaking point! Best-selling writer Tom Taylor presents an epic tale that promises to be one of the most Alfred stories ever told!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Bryan Hill, art by Dexter Soy, cover by Tyler Kirkham, variant cover by Jae Lee.

When the quest for justice drives Batman into some morally ambiguous areas, he calls in the most moral man he knows: Jefferson Pierce, a.k.a. Black Lightning, and his team of operatives known as the Outsiders! Several years ago Batman personally put the Barrera family into hiding after they suffered through terrible experiments at the hands of an organization called the Ark. Now all but one of them has turned up dead...and Batman needs to locate Sofia Barrera before the wrong people get their hands on her -- and her surprising power! But it wouldn't be Batman without a hidden agenda, would it? And when Black Lightning, Katana, the Signal and Orphan find out what Batman is really up to, their every loyalty will be called into question!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Scott Snyder, art and cover by Jock, variant cover by Ben Oliver.

"A Batman who laughs is a Batman who always wins." Left rattled by the events of Dark Nights: Metal, Bruce Wayne must come face to face with the nightmares spawned from the Dark Multiverse. But even though evil devoured evil in the collapse of Challengers Mountain, the Dark Knight still has his doubts. He discovers that the Batman Who Laughs not only survived the fight with The Joker at the end of Metal, but now he is enacting a sinister plan across the Multiverse -- something both terrifying and oddly familiar. But when Bruce Wayne realizes the only way to stop this madman is to kill him, he must consider violating the very rule Batman won't break...the same rule that created this insatiable villain -- the Batman Who Laughs!

32 pages, $4.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


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

Scarecrow's endgame is in sight! He has created a world without Batman for the Caped Crusader to be tortured by. It's a world controlled by crime, where fear always wins!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


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

Selina's forced into a seriously sinister Sopranos-style sit-down! While the cops continue to hunt her for a murder she didn't commit, Catwoman's forced to take a meeting with secretive crime boss Mrs. Creel. Here's the pitch: work for us or die! Selina counters with some blackmail of her own, but the offer fails to blow away Creel and her meta-crew. That leads to a breakneck chase that drives Catwoman right into the crosshairs of the local authorities.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Justin Jordan, art by Eduardo Pansica, cover by Philip Tan.

It's a supernatural smackdown as Brimstone faces the Lord of Order himself, Doctor Fate! Joe has completely lost control over Brimstone, and Brimstone uses the slip in Joe's resolve to unleash his unrestrained Dark Matter power on the sorcerer. But what does Fate want with this sulfuric fury, and how does this help him with his larger plans for the magical community?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


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

Will Damage earn his spot as the world's strongest hero -- or will he be branded a villain forever? It's Damage versus the Justice League, and it'll take more than brute strength to win the day. Even with an unstoppable alter ego, Ethan's gotta use both brains and brawn to have a hope against the League, because they've got a knock-'em-dead trick up their sleeve as a nuclear option. The first year of Damage's story comes to an end -- and a new chapter begins! And how does Deadman fit into the picture?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Christopher Priest, art by Fernando Pasarin, cover by Tyler Kirkham, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

Deathstroke finally meets his match: Arkham Asylum?! Now an inmate, Slade Wilson must prove his sanity so he can stop an alien invasion (what?). Before he can even attempt a breakout, he's got to face off against angry Arkham inmates out to get him. And what's Two-Face's role in all this mayhem? He keeps showing up in two places at once! Meanwhile, Deathstroke's daughter, Rose Wilson, is kidnapped! Can Jericho save his sister?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Peter J. Tomasi, art and cover by Dough Mahnke and Jaime Mendoza, variant cover by Mark Brooks.

Batman's strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke take over Detective Comics! Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium -- staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the Playbill and pearls. How does this bizarre homicide tie into the shadowy monster that attacks Dr. Leslie Thompkins? This creature looks to wage a war on Batman -- and it's using Joker Gas to do it!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Steve Orlando, art and cover by Travel Foreman.

The Planet Covenant is live! Warrior representatives from across the known galaxies have gathered to wage battle and prove their cosmic superiority. Representing the humans of Earth is War Cry, who enters into his first gladiatorial match with all the ego and bluster we can expect from Earthlings. But will it be enough to stop the lava-spewing champion of Saturn? Alliances are formed in and out of the arena, as each fighter starts to establish their rank. War Cry thinks he has found a friend in an empathic healer from distant Vrang, but he can't help but think his only true friend may be the oceanic Deep Dweller, his rival from Earth. And of course, what no one yet knows is what the ruling powers are after. It can't just be watching species from around the cosmos tearing each other apart...can it?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art and cover by Rafa Sandoval and Jordii Tarragona, variant cover by Howard Porter.

Barry puts his fleet feet in his mouth against the next Force wielder he meets! Introducing the new Strength Force user, Powerhouse: she's a young rebel using her powers to fight the corrupt police state in Corto Maltese. When Barry learns that she wants to use her super-strength to overthrow the government, he tries to intervene -- and ends up tripping into a melee with the new hero instead.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Robert Venditti, art and cover by Eddy Barrows, variant cover by Ben Oliver.

Line up for this all-new maxiseries set on Earth X, where the Nazis won World War II! Twenty years after invading and occupying America, Germany wiped out all metahuman resistance, including the original Freedom Fighters. Fast-forward to the present day, and a new team of Freedom Fighters emerges to challenge the Nazi occupation once again. But if they're to have any chance of victory, they're going to need Uncle Sam -- who disappeared after his original team was killed. The 12-part epic "Death of a Nation" storyline kicks off here!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Zoe Quinn, art and cover by Robbi Rodriguez, variant cover by Stjepan Sejic.

In a near future where humanity's needs are provided for by a godlike A.I., it's one young woman's horrible job to do tech support on it. But Cassandra Price's life changes forever when she discovers a hidden digital world beneath our own, one where a group of super-powered women are locked in a secret war for the cheat codes to reality.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Julie Benson and Shawna Benson, art by German Peralta, cover by Alex Maleev, variant cover by Kaare Andrews.

Oliver Queen is in for the shock of his life -- in the electric chair! The vigilante Citizen kidnaps Oliver and subjects him to the court of public opinion on a worldwide broadcast, and a guilty verdict means a death sentence. It's up to Black Canary and attorney Kate Spencer to rescue Ollie so he can expose Citizen's true identity and prove his own innocence. And they might even have a chance with a little help from Green Arrow...what the what now?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Grant Morrison, art and cover by Liam Sharp, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

Someone is transporting a mysterious cargo out of the Great Void, and it spells trouble for the universe at large! Hal Jordan interrogates a member of the Spider Guild for answers and uses his pheremones as an interrogation tool, but can he extract the info in time?! Meanwhile, Volgar Ro makes a play for Earth while its emerald protector is off-world!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


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

It's a Harley ho-ho-holiday special! Nothing's worse than spending the holidays with your uninvited, unannounced family -- just ask Harley. Her brothers won't stop fighting, her dad wants peace and quiet, and her mom just wants everyone to get along. But the dysfunctional family dynamic masks a major secret that the whole Quinn family is keeping from Harley. Will the big reveal mean an even bigger family blowout, or can Harley's clan end their squabbling and remember the true meaning of the season?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Mark Russell, art by Mirka Andolfo, cover by Guillem March, variant cover by Frank Cho.

It's Harley Quinn -- crazy cat lady! Seems one of Harley's tenants used to be a small-time, cat-themed crook, but now is just a lonely retiree hoarding felines in his apartment. Gross! Harley takes it upon herself to find homes for the "cat burglars," but in trying to get them adopted, she runs afoul of the local pet store, "Men O'Paws." But who's gonna feed the kitties while Harley fights this turf war? And more importantly, who'll clean their litter box?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Robert Venditti, art and cover by Bryan Hitch, variant cover by Julian Totino Tedesco.

The origin of Hawkman revealed! Rocketing across the cosmos in his newly re-covered spaceship, Carter Hall is en route to the next stop on his adventure through time and space. He doesn't have Netflix to pass the time, but he does have something even better. Locked within the ship's memory banks is the truth behind Carter Hall's reincarnation ability, as well as his connection to the Deathbringers -- giant, winged beings of immeasurable power on their way to destroy Earth!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by James Tynion IV, art by Daniel Sampere and Juan Albarran, cover by Nicola Scott, variant cover by Clayton Crain.

The Justice League Dark...trapped in the mystic realm of Myrra! Their jailer? Blue Devil...and he wants revenge on Detective Chimp! Seems Bobo tried to magically resurrect his best friend, the original Nightmaster, but lost control of the spell and filled Myrra with zombies instead. And left Blue Devil behind to get eaten. So BD's kinda sorta maybe got a reason to be pissed. With that in mind, will Wonder Woman and the rest of the JLD even step up to help Bobo against a raging Blue Devil? That sounds bananas to us.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art by Philippe Brinones, cover by Sjepan Sejic, variant cover by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson.

Next stop on the Odyssey -- Planet Cyborg! The space-faring Justice League travels to a new world that worships Cyborg, and meets a population that's obsessed with body modification in preparation for a galactic war. Cyborg and Azrael clash over whether to stop the simmering standoff or continue following the clues left behind by Darkseid. Elsewhere, Starfire and Green Lantern Jessica Cruz infiltrate the society's upper crust in order to decipher the second language on the codex.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Steve Orlando, art and cover by Riley Rossmo, variant cover by Joshua Middleton.

No matter what you know about J'onn J'onnz, you're not prepared for this! The acclaimed team of writer Steve Orlando and artist Riley Rossmo reteam for a reinvention of the Manhunter from Mars in this twisted, unexpected series. Back on Mars, J'onn was about as corrupt as a law officer can be, and when a reckoning comes for his entire society, he'll get a second chance he doesn't want or deserve! One shocking murder, and an unexpected fragment of the Mars he lost, will change his life -- and the course of the Earth -- forever!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson, Joey Esposito, Sanya Anwar, Robert Jeffrey II, Magdelene Visaggio and Ryan Cady, art by Amancay Nahuelpan, Priscilla Petraites, Dominike "Domo" Stanton, Aneke and Isaac Goodhart.

The latest graduates from the DC Talent Development Workshops show off their skills by telling stories about some of DC's greatest characters including Batman, Catwoman, John Constantine, Wonder Woman, Zatanna and more!

80 pages, $7.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Scott Lobdell, art and cover by Chris Mooneyham, variant cover by Yasmine Putri.

The repercussions of the cataclysmic events of Batman #55 continue as a scarred Dick Grayson has given up his vigilante persona in favor a normal existence. A new job, new friends, new life -- all are compromised when a safehouse full of old Nightwing gear falls into the wrong hands. Confronted with a past he's worked so desperately to escape, will Dick Grayson answer the challenge by becoming Nightwing...or something else? The newest chapter in the evolution of Dick Grayson reaches its next level!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Scott Lobdell, art by Travis Moore, cover by Chris Mooneyham, variant cover by Yasmine Putri.

The repercussions of the cataclysmic events of Batman #55 continue as a scarred Dick Grayson has given up his vigilante persona in favor a normal existence. A new job, new friends, new life -- all are compromised when a safehouse full of old Nightwing gear falls into the wrong hands. Confronted with a past he's worked so desperately to escape, will Dick Grayson answer the challenge by becoming Nightwing...or something else? The newest chapter in the evolution of Dick Grayson reaches its next level!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


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

Batwoman joins the fight! Both Kate and Jason find themselves exiled from Gotham for taking the law into their own hands. But just because they both angered Batman doesn't make them allies...does it? Maybe not, but both are on the trail of a rogue player in the Underlife -- the secret cabal of criminal conspirators who play by a shared set of rules -- and teaming up could be the only way to take him down. What's actually hiding under the seemingly perfect surface of Appleton? The Red Hood might not live to expose it!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Geoff Johns, art and cover by Dale Eaglesham, variant cover by Chris Samnee.

"Shazam! and the Seven Kingdoms" part two! The acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham continue the first all-new ongoing Shazam! title in decades! Billy Batson has uncovered a secret deep within the Rock of Eternity that sends him on his most personal mission yet -- one that threatens to tear apart his family! Meanwhile, the truth behind the Rock of Eternity's purpose and its forbidden past unveils new and familiar worlds (that Dale may go mad drawing)! Plus... talking animals?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


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

Sideways...caught between a cop and a hard case! Derek's got the cops in his house when he uncovers an important clue that could crack his mother's case wide open. Seems the powers that be at Dark Sciences know about his superpowers, and they've got the paperwork to prove it. But then metahuman mercenary Bolt crashes the party, puts the kibosh on Derek and gets his hands on the evidence. Bolt takes Derek back to Professor Portefoy, whose plan is straight out of the evil-scientist playbook: drain the Dark Matter energy from Derek to steal his rift powers!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Rob Williams, art by Diogenes Neves, cover by David Williams, variant cover by Francesco Mattina.

Beneath the ice of the Siberian seas, a final reckoning awaits the Suicide Squad. Amanda Waller has been implanted with her very own brain bomb -- with Rick Flag's finger on the trigger. While Deadshot, Katana, Boomerang, Harley and Croc fight tooth and nail for their very survival, they must also uncover answers to a host of life-and-death questions: What's the secret hidden within Temho Me4ta prison? Who are the Vets? And who, ultimately, will be the Squad's final judge, jury and executioner?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Mike W. Barr and Jai Nitz, art by Philippe Briones and Scot Eaton, cover by Cliff Richards.

Trapped inside her Soultaker sword, the soul of Katana is torn between staying with her murdered husband or rejoining the world of the living. Meanwhile, Kobra's queen, Eve, makes nefarious use of Katana's body as she infiltrates the 
Suicide Squad. Also in this issue, Suicide Squad Black tries to leave its deadly first mission in the past and get one step ahead of the apocalypse warlock Sebastian Faust. To beat the sorcerer, this magically fueled task force needs something he covets. But like all things Suicide Squad, their next mission is no ordinary smash-and-grab, but a jewel heist on Gemworld!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Marc Andreyko, art by Emanuela Lupacchino, Jill Thompson, Brad Walker and Andrew Hennessy, cover by Doug Mahnke and Jaime Mendoza, variant cover by Amanda Conner.

Supergirl and Krypto go back to the "scene of the crime" -- the ruins of Krypton! With Z'ndr hitchhiking, Supergirl is not only there to find clues on who the killers of Krypton are, but to pay her respects to her dead family and friends for the first time since she left the planet. But a mysterious caretaker whose duty is to protect Krypton's remnants at all costs attacks and won't let Kara through! As if that weren't enough, the Kryptonian powerhouse and her super-powered pooch are stricken with radiation poisoning from the dead planet and must also fight their inner demons! This anniversary issue also includes two backup stories! First, witness the thoughts and fears of Krypto as he is affected by the radiation poisoning from the wreckage of Krypton. Then, learn more about our new hitchhiker, Z'ndr Khol, as he scavenges a booby-trapped ruin in a remote corner of the galaxy in an off-the- wall space adventure!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


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

It's the moment you never thought you'd see -- Superman must team with General Zod to defeat Rogol Zaar or risk banishment for all three in the cold prison of the Phantom Zone forever. Whatever you do, do not skip to the last page -- the end of this issue changes the lives of Superman and his family forever as the Unity Saga continues!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Adam Glass, art and cover by Robson Rocha, backup art by Max Dunbar, variant cover by Alex Garner.

Learn the secret origin of Crush, daughter of Lobo! When Crush drags Djinn along on a road trip to find an important item from her past, the two get into hijinks that'd make Thelma and Louise jealous. Crush is on the hunt for Obelus, the mysterious alien chain that once protected her as a child, but here's the kicker -- it's in the possession of a man named Ezekiel, who killed Crush's adoptive human parents! Plus, in the backup story, learn how Roundhouse got home from space in Teen Titans #21!

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Steve Orlando, art by Ronan Cliquet, cover by Yanick Paquette.

The Unexpected tread where mortals fear to walk! Neon the Unknown, Firebrand and Hawkman unwittingly discover the birthplace of the Nth metal isotope, but there's a catch: it exists outside the Multiverse in the dead world of Nil, guarded by one of the Tempus Fuginauts, who has already passed his guilty judgment! Someone must die for trespassing into Nil -- and the Unexpected must be the ones to choose who lives and dies! What happens next in the archaeology of the Multiverse?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by G. Willow Wilson, art by Cary Nord and Mick Gray, cover by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson, variant cover by Jenny Frison.

It's a standoff of mythological proportions when Wonder Woman combats the resurrected God of War, Ares! While trying to stop a war, Wonder Woman appeals to Ares to intervene with her, but he thinks the two parties should fight it out and resolve it themselves. Guess dying and coming back didn't do much to soften Ares' M.O. Meanwhile, Steve Trevor's been kidnapped and confronts his captor: the Goddess of Love, Aphrodite, who's extremely pissed. Let's see Steve schmooze his way out of this one!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.



Written by Bryan Hill, art by Leandro Fernandez, cover by Ben Oliver.

Richard Wright is a white-passing African-American FBI agent operating in a white-nationalist gang, and his mission to solve the murder of a fellow agent is already going off the rails. While Richard's target, the industrialist Wynn Morgan, discovers some potentially deadly dissension in the ranks, Richard is challenged by Morgan's rebellious thugs to prove his loyalty to the movement in the most dangerous way possible.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


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

Tim embraces his access to magic, trying to do as much as he can as quickly as his power will let him. Overwhelmed by enthusiasm and impatience, he ignores Dr. Rose's warnings and fails to consider the consequences of his actions. And they could be dire.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


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

Racist high school bully Blake has become that which he hates the most: a figure of Mexican legend! Transformed into a walking, talking Día de los Muertos skeleton, Blake's possessed by the spirit of Santa Muerte herself, who compels the tortured young man to undertake a most dangerous mission: open the border between worlds -- permanently.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


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

The Dreaming has a new master. As its rightful steward, Lucien, wrestles with the slow decay of his mind, the realm of wonders slips into totalitarianism beneath the thunderous gavel of Judge Ezekiel Gallows. But as the gates are fortified and the citizens terrorized by a foul new form of execution, something far greater and more terrifying slouches toward the Dreaming to be born. With nowhere else to turn, it's time to seek the counsel of the Endless.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


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

The mysterious infection doctors are calling "Cotard's Delusion" spreads, trapping countless souls in the Dreaming and leaving their physical bodies yearning for death. To handle her own case of the disease, Latoya decides to go on risky adventures, believing she'll feel alive the closer she gets to death, while her girlfriend Maggie tries to find a true cure. Meanwhile, in the Dreaming, Erzulie Dantor calls her war council of Shakpana, Turtle and Uncle Monday to find a way to take her sister-self's bayou and boat back to their realm. Shakpana, however, seems to be more interested in making his way back to the Waking World.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


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

Lucifer is in misery. No longer able to heal his broken body, escape seems further away than ever...until hope arrives in the form of a mad poet. Meanwhile: a tome of prophecy is found among the cookbooks, and a finger or two are lost down the side of the couch.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.



Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art and cover by David Mack, variant cover by Mitch Gerads.

Max is not having the best year of his career. Sales on his comics series are tanking, and his personal life is crumbling. Could it have something to do with his double life as a spy? Max learns the definition of "in too deep" as his worlds start to collide.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


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

Another intense chapter in one of the best-reviewed debuts of the year! Pearl Tanaka wants to become a master tattoo artist, but her Yakuza clan only wants her to hone her inherited assassin skills. But Pearl's growing connection to her opposing-clan counterpart, Rick, is opening her eyes to a hopeful world that could be waiting for her.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


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

In a world where the United States has declared war on the five families of crime, Valentine Gallo, the made man who was raised as a rogue agent inside the family, is about to make his move.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 5.



Written and art by The Usual Gang of Idiots.

2018 is coming to a close -- and not a minute too soon! That means it's time for a look back at the 20 Dumbest People, Events and Things of the year. Plus, the Lighter Side returns with a look at the war on Christmas, Sergio Aragones takes a Mad look at the day after Christmas and more!

64 pages, $5.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Brandee Stilwell, art by Ron Randall and Gus Vazquez, cover by Ben Caldwell.

Before Tonya Lightfoot became Los Angeles' most decorated detective, she was a wee sasquatch roaming the Appalachian mountains, fed a steady diet of tennis and golf (as both of her parents are pros at the local country club) and CSI episodes. But her idyllic life of pranking campers and squatching around the local golf course hits a bump in the fire road when Bigfoot hunters come to the dense forest. Would Tonya back down in the face of adversity? Not yeti! But experiencing this abominable anti-sasquatch sentiment gives her the determination to leave her home behind -- she heads to the dangers of the city. After all, it's hard to fight un-conscious bias, but crime is something America's sassiest sasquatch is ready to tackle. This special features a new 30-page lead story plus the backup stories from Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles #2-6.

64 pages, $7.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis, art by Patrick Olliffe and Tom Palmer, backup art by Gus Vazquez, cover by Chriscross, variant cover by Will Conrad.

While the resurrected Fred Jones unleashes his army of monsters on Scooby and the gang, Daphne continues to spiral further into guilt and depression, terrified of losing Fred twice. Fortunately, the gang has another secret weapon: Scrappy-Doo and his mysterious mentor. Plus, the trials of Atom Ant continue as another member of the JLA tests the super-insect to see if he's worthy of joining the League!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Ivan Cohen, art and cover by Walter Carzon and Horatio Ottolini.

The owners of an amusement park at a seaside resort hopes a new Ferris wheel will revive the local businesses, but no tourist attractions and freak shows can compete with real-life monsters! Can Scooby and the Mystery, Inc. gang capture a "Boardwalk Vampire"?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.



Art and cover by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau.

DC spotlights top cover artists with the new Poster Portfolio series, starting with illustrator Stanley "Artgerm" Lau! This collection includes 20 of Artgerm's most memorable DC covers starring Supergirl, Catwoman, Batman, Wonder Woman and more! Printed on heavy cardstock paper at a big 12 by 16 inches, the pages of the Poster Portfolios are easily pulled out and are suitable for framing.

42 pages, $24.99, in stores on June 12.


Written by Alan Moore, art by Stephen Bissette, John Totleben, Shawn Mcmanus, Dan Day, Rick Veitch, Alfredo Alcala and others, cover by Stephen Bissette and John Totleben.

Alan Moore's legendary run of Swamp Thing tales is collected in Absolute format at last, completely recolored for this new edition! This first of three 
volumes includes Moore's first Swamp Thing story, issue #20's "Loose Ends," a prelude to his haunting origin story, "The Anatomy Lesson," which reshapes Swamp Thing's mythology with terrifying revelations. Collects Saga Of The Swamp Thing #20-34 and Swamp Thing Annual #2.

432 pages, $99.99, in stores on June 26.


Written by Gardner Fox and Edmond Hamilton, art by Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson, Mike Sekowsky and others, cover by Michael Cho.

After being mysteriously teleported to the distant world of Rann, Adam Strange's life changed forever as he went from being an archaeologist to a cosmic hero. In these stories from Showcase #17-19 and Mystery in Space #53-79, Adam Strange meets the beautiful Alanna and her scientist father Sardath, as he takes on the role of Rann's protector and battles prehistoric creatures, alien invaders and more!

424 pages, $29.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


Written by Dennis O'Neil, Mike Friedrich, Frank Robbins and Len Wein, art by Neal Adams and Dick Giordano, cover by Neal Adams.

In this volume, artist Neal Adams is paired for the first time with acclaimed writer Dennis O'Neil as their definitive take on Batman begins! These tales include the Dark Knight's encounters with Deadman, the return of Man-Bat, an unusual team-up with Enemy Ace and more. Collects The Brave and The Bold #86 and 93, Detective Comics #395, 397, 400, 402, 404, 407, 408 and 410, Batman #219 plus numerous covers.

232 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 2.


Written by Bob Haney, art by Jim Aparo, Nick Cardy, Neal Adams and others, cover by Karl Kerschl.

Throughout the 1970s Batman fought evil side by side with DC's greatest -- and occasionally, strangest -- superheroes, including these tales guest-starring such legendary heroes as the Teen Titans, the Flash, the Metal Men, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, Black Canary and others. Collects The Brave and The Bold #92-109.

440 pages, $34.99, in stores on Jan. 23.


Written by Bill Finger, Joe Samachson, Edmond Hamilton and others, art by Bob Kane, Dick Sprang, Jim Mooney and others, cover by Evan "Doc" Shaner

In these tales from the start of the 1950s, the Penguin commits a series of crimes inspired by state birds and Catwoman becomes empress of the underworld! Plus, the debut appearances of Deadshot and Killer Moth, and the origin of the Red Hood. Collects Detective Comics #154-173, Batman #56-66 and stories from World's Finest Comics #43-52.

808 pages, $125, in stores on June 12.


Written by Dennis O'Neil, art by Ed Hannigan and John Beatty, cover by George Pratt.

In this tale from Legends of the Dark Knight #1-5, Batman returns from a case to find Alfred missing, while rumors of human sacrifice and strange, primitive rituals circulate in Gotham City. Now Batman must find the madman who's been terrorizing the city -- but the trail leads back to Wayne Manor!.

136 pages, $16.99, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written by Doug Moench, Alan Grant and Chuck Dixon, art bt Kelley Jones, Barry Kitson, Graham Nolan, Tom Grummett, Dick Giordano and others, cover by Glenn Fabry.

When the Bat-Family declares war against former KGB operatives with plans to take control of Gotham City's underworld, who will come out the victor? In the midst of all of this, Bruce Wayne must also cope with his decision to pass on the mantle of Batman to Jean-Paul Valley. Collects Batman #515, Batman: Shadow of The Bat #35, Detective Comics #682, Robin #14, Nightwing: Alfred's Return #1 and Batman: Vengeance of Bane II #1.

224 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 30.


Written by Marguerite Bennett, art by Fernando Blanco and Scott Godlewski, cover by Lee Bermejo.

After her deadly trip around the world hunting the infamous Many Arms of Death, Batwoman returns to Brussels, the site of her most brutal losses and memories. As the clock begins to tick on a new cycle of violence, Kate must overcome her haunted past to ensure her terrorist foes don't begin the New Year with a bang! Collects issues #12-18.

168 pages, $16.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


Written by Marv Wolfman, art by Steve Erwin and others, cover by Mike Zeck.

Slade embarks on a desperate search for his missing ex-wife. His quest will take the man known as the Terminator on a tour of the globe, where he will find death, romance and lost treasure awaiting him! Along the way, the Terminator faces action and adventure in the U.K., Germany, France, Hong Kong, China and beyond, crossing paths -- and exchanging gunfire -- with the Vigilante along the way. Collects Deathstroke, The Terminator #26-34.

240 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 15.


Written by Jerry Siegel, Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson and others, art by Joe Shuster, Fred Guardineer, Bob Kane and others, design cover.

Detective Comics exploded in 1939 with the debut of Batman in issue #27 -- and now, for the first time, DC reprints the first 26 issues of this groundbreaking series, almost none of which have ever been reprinted before, in a two-volume slipcased set! The first volume, collecting issues #1-13, stars crime-fighters like Slam Bradley, Bart Regan, Speed Saunders and more! And Volume Two, collecting issues #14-26, stars characters like the Crimson Avenger, Fu Manchu and more! Please note that these stories will be scanned directly from original copies of these issues.

896 pages, $150, in stores on March 20.


Written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion Iv, Tim Seeley and others, art by Andy Kubert, Jim Lee, John Romita Jr., Scott Williams, Klaus Janson, Danny Miki, Javier Fernandez and others, cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams.

Batman is hiding a dark secret that could threaten the very existence of the Multiverse! Leading directly into the blockbuster event Dark Nights: Metal, this is an epic story that spans generations, featuring Dark Days: The Forge and Dark Days: The Casting, as well as classic DC stories that built the foundations of Metal, including Final Crisis #6-7, The Return of Bruce Wayen OF #1, plus (from the New 52 era) Batman #38-39, Nightwing #17 (current series) and more!

256 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 2.


Written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion Iv, Joshua Williamson and Grant Morrison, art by Greg Capullo, Doug Mahnke, Yanick Paquette, Jorge Jimenez, Howard Porter and others, cover by Greg Capullo.

Includes two issues not in the Deluxe Edition hardcover! The Dark Knight has uncovered one of the lost mysteries of the that could destroy the very fabric of the DCU! The dark corners of reality that have never been seen till now! The Dark Multiverse is revealed in all its devastating danger -- and the threats it contains are coming for the DC Universe! Collects the best-selling Dark Nights: Metal #1-6, plus Batman: Lost #1 and Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1, which were not included in the Deluxe Edition hardcover!

280 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 23.


Written by Brian Wood, art by Riccardo Burchielli and Shawn Martinbrough, cover by Brian Wood.

In these tales from DMZ #60-72, Matty Roth's story and the Second American Civil War come to their end, but before they do, Matty must restore his reputation and faith by once again reporting from the DMZ.

304 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 30.


Written by John Broome, Francis Manapul, Brian Buccellato, Tom King, Joshua Williamson and others, art by Carmine Infantino, Francis Manapul, Jason Fabok, Carmine Di Giandomenico and others, cover by Franceso Mattina.

Jump on the Cosmic Treadmill and discover the untold origin of the Reverse-Flash! Who is he, and what is his relationship to Barry Allen? Collects The Flash #139, 197 and 283, The Flash #8 (2012), The Flash: Reverse Flash #23.2, Batman #21 and The Flash #25.

168 pages, $16.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


Written by Ron Marz, art by Paul Pelletier, Darryl Banks and others, cover by Paul Pelletier and Romeo Tanghal.

In these 1990s tales, Kyle Rayner teams up with the Flash, Wally West, to battle a new version of classic Green Lantern villain Sonar. Then John Stewart stops in for a visit, and Kyle sets out on a journey to learn from the legends of the DC Universe how to be a better hero. First stop...Gotham City. Collects Green Lantern #66-75 and Green Lantern Annual #4.

296 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written by Robert Venditti, art by Rafa Sandoval, Brandon Peterson, Clayton Henry, Fernando Pasarin and others, cover by Tyler Kirkham.

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 Green Lantern headquarters. Meanwhile, Green Lanterns Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardner and Kyle Rayner make their respective battle plans, but time's running out for a miracle. Collects issues #42-50.

224 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 2.


Written by Tim Seeley and Aaron Gillespie, art by Ronan Cliquet, V. Ken Marion and Roge Antonio, cover by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund.

In these stories, Jessica Cruz must find a way to defend herself against a ring that is making constructs against her will, as she's been pulled into a nightmare world created from her own memories. And as Simon Baz and the Justice League try to find her, they turn to an unlikely ally for help: John Constantine! Collects Green Lanterns #44-49.

144 pages, $16.99, in stores on Jan. 30.


Written by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Frank Tieri, art by John Timms, Mirka Andolfo, Bret Blevins, Chad Hardin and Inaki Miranda, cover by Amanda Conner.

Harley's entire crew comes together to celebrate the birthday of cyborg senior citizen Sy Borgman...but is there actually a bigger secret behind this gathering? Plus, Harley becomes...the new Batwoman? And then, Harley crosses paths with some of Batman's greatest foes, including the Penguin, Killer Croc and Mr. Freeze! Collects Harley Quinn #28-42.

352 pages, $34.99, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written by Andy Diggle and Mike Carey, art by Leonardo Manco and Danijel Zezelj, cover by Mikel Janin.

When a mysterious worldwide plague starts putting millions of people into deadly comas, Earth's foremost expert on the bizarre, John Constantine, steps in with the "cure," After traveling from the dreary alleys of London to the glittering boulevards of L.A., Constantine realizes that a cadre of wicked demons and hellish monsters is behind the outbreak, and he'll have to sacrifice more than himself to put an end to the nightmare. Collects Hellblazer #230-238 and the Hellblazer: All His Engines original graphic novel.

384 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written by Brian Buccellato and Tom Taylor, art by Bruno Redondo and others, cover by Yildiray Cinar.

When Superman and the Justice League declared themselves the ultimate authority on planet Earth, only Batman stood against them -- but now Batman is defeated. His resistance army has suffered major losses and dwindled to nearly nothing. The man who always has a backup plan for his backup plans has nothing -- except for one final, desperate gambit. Collects Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Four #1-12 and Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Four Annual #1!

304 pages, $29.99, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written by Gerry Conway and others, art by Dick Dillin and others, cover by Karl Kerschl.

In these tales from the 1970s, the Justice League started expanding its lineup to include even more characters, such as the Elongated Man and the Red Tornado! Throw in team-ups with the classic Justice Society of America and the returned Seven Soldiers of Victory, and it's easy to see why these stories became fan-favorite epics. Collects Justice League of America #147-181.

880 pages, $125, in stores on May 22.


Written by Keith Giffen and Alan Grant, art by Keith Giffen, Dan DeCarlo, Alex Horley, Simon Bisley and others, cover by Paolo Parente.

In this second Lobo collection, it's Lobo versus all of his illegitimate children, Lobo versus the Interstellar Revenue Service, plus two tours of duty with the Authority. This is one hangover the universe will never get rid of. Collects Lobo: Infanticide #1-4, Lobo: Death and Taxes #1-4, Lobo #58, Authority/Lobo: Jingle Hell and Authority/Lobo: Spring Break Massacre #1.

320 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 23.


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

The 12-issue mini-series is collected! 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 Jan. 16.


Written by Marv Wolfman, art by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Stan Woch, Eduardo Barreto and others, cover by George Perez.

In this fourth massive collection of the hit 1980s series, team member Lilith ascends to godhood and takes up residence on Olympus, home of the Greek gods of myth. And as the Crisis on Infinite Earths begins, Starfire is called home to the planet Tamaran to be wed to a member of the military. Collects NEW TEEN TITANS Series Two #10-31, NEW TEEN TITANS Series Two ANNUAL #1-2 and a story from OMEGA MEN #34.

800 pages, $99.99, in stores on May 1.


Written by Tim Seeley, Sam Humphries and others, art by Paul Pelletier, Javier Fernandez, Bernard Chang and others, cover by Yasmine Putri

In these stories from issues #29-43, Raptor is back in Bludhaven with secrets and a plan that will tear the city apart -- and could put Nightwing out of commission forever! And just when Nightwing finally feels like he's got his life in Bludhaven under control, a murderer from his Gotham City days has arrived in his new city!

352 pages, $34.99, in stores on Jan. 23.


Written by Neil Gaiman,art by P. Craig Russell, Matt Wagner, George Pratt, Kelley Jones and others, cover by Dave McKean.

The 30th anniversary of Neil Gaiman's incomparable series The Sandman continues with this new edition of Season of Mists, featuring a new cover by Dave McKean and a new introduction by comedian and actor Patton Oswalt! Ten thousand years ago Morpheus condemned a woman who loved him to Hell. Now the other members of his immortal family, the Endless, have convinced the Dream King that this was an injustice. To make it right, Morpheus must return to Hell to rescue his banished love -- and Hell's ruler, the fallen angel Lucifer, has already sworn to destroy him. Collects issues #21-28.

160 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 23.


Written by Sholly Fisch, art by Dario Brizuela, Scott Jeralds and others, cover by Dario Brizuela.

In this latest all-ages collection, Scooby and the gang cross paths with the Atom, the Legion of Super-Heroes, the Birds of Prey and more! Plus, the gang takes a trip to Jellystone Park and runs into Ranger Smith, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo! Collects issues #31-36.

128 pages, $12.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


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

Shade has shed her alien identity. She's stepped out of her original Earth body and into another one. Now free of the burdens of any past life, and finally on her own, she sets out to see more of her new home. But how does she cope when the madness takes all the human emotions she was forced to confront in the Milk Wars and turns them into a bouillabaisse of memory and confusion? And to make it even more challenging, Shade must also face her namesake, the original Changing Man. Collects the entire six-issue miniseries!

168 pages, $16.99, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written by Greg Rucka and Sterling Gates, art by Pere Perez, Jamal Igle, Matt Camp and others, cover by Michael Turner.

Kara Zor-El at last meets with the man who murdered her father: Reactron! In this volume, Supergirl's vendetta against Flamebird comes to a boil. Plus, Supergirl encounters Nightwing. Collects Action Comics #881-882, Supergirl #44-50, Supergirl Annual #1 and a story from Superman Secret Files 2009 #1.

304 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


Written by Darwyn Cooke, art and cover by Tim Sale.

The amazing story from Superman Confidential #1-5 and 11 is collected in a new deluxe edition hardcover! While Superman struggles to survive his first encounter with Kryptonite, will Lois Lane fall prey to a mysterious stranger?

160 pages, $29.99, in stores on Jan. 2.


Written by Jeff Lemire, art by Jeff Lemire and others, cover by Jeff Lemire.

The time has come for hybrid animal-boy Gus and Jeppard to learn the answers they've been searching for. But they're not the only ones looking for the truth behind the plague. The evil man called Abbot is on a collision course with Gus and Jeppard, and now the stage is set for the final, bloody showdown, an intimate Armageddon with the fate of human and hybrid alike in the balance. Collects issues #26-40.

368 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 2.


Written by Walter Simonson, art by Jerry Ordway and P. Craig Russell, cover by Jerry Ordway.

Stricken with amnesia and stripped of her costume and super powers, Diana wanders the streets of New York unaware that she is in fact an Amazon warrior. With a little help from an ardent Wonder Woman fan, Diana needs to put the pieces of her life together in time to stop the Shattered God -- a cosmic entity with the power to warp reality to his evil will. One way or another, Diana must figure out her past to save the future. Collects Wonder Woman #189-194.

152 pages, $16.99, in stores on Jan. 30.


Written by Brian Azzarello, art by Cliff Chiang, Tony Akins, Kano, Goran Sudzuka and others, cover by Cliff Chiang.

Queen Hippolyta has kept a secret from her daughter all her life -- and when Diana learns who her true father is, her life will shatter like brittle clay. The only one more shocked than Wonder Woman by this revelation? The bloodthirsty goddess Hera! Her wrath sets off a web of schemes and family drama among the Greek gods and their children, as they all struggle to gain power. Leaving Themyscira behind, Diana forms a new family of exiled gods, demigods and unlucky humans to unite against the forces of Hera, Apollo and even Hades! This giant collection features issues #0-35 and a story from Secret Origins #6 from the New 52 era! This giant collection features issues #0-35, #23.1 and a story from Secret Origins #6, all from the New 52 era!

928 pages, $125, in stores on May 15.



Based on the art of Greg Capulllo, sculpted by Adrienne Smith.

With Darkness Black I Choke The Light,

No Brightest Day Escapes My Sight.

I Turn The Dawn Into Midnight,

Beware My Power...Dawnbreaker's Might!

Rocking into our world from the pages of Dark Nights: Metal comes Batman: Dawnbreaker, a sinister fusion of Batman and Green Lantern from the Dark Multiverse. This statue is crafted with delightfully creepy details from the book, which will make it stand out on any shelf.

Limited to 5,000 pieces. Figure measures 7.39" tall. Allocations may occur. Final products may differ from images shown, Approximately 6 units per carton

$85, in stores on May.


Based on the beloved, Emmy Award-winning Batman: The Animated Series, this line recreates the unforgettable neo-noir visual style of the show in beautifully rendered 6" action figures and accessories.Coming in 2019 are long-awaited figures for the line featuring iconic Super-Villains such as Two-Face, Scarecrow and H.A.R.D.A.C., plus the fan-favorite Gray Ghost!

Allocations may occur, Final products may differ from images shown. Approximately 8 units per carton.

Gray Ghost - 6.24" tall; Scarecrow - 6.5" tall; H.A.R.D.A.C. - 6.25" tall; Two-Face - 6.25" tall.

$28 each, in stores in May.


Based on the art of Bruce Timm, sculpted by Jack Mathews.

As one of the co-creators of the beloved Batman: The Animated Series, Bruce Timm has endeared himself to generations of Bat fans. His distinct character styles are vibrant and playful and iconic. This BLACK & WHITE statue showcases the hallmarks of Timm's work as Batgirl flies through the air. This polyresin statue is a great addition to the collection of any fan of Batgirl, Bruce Timm or the DC Animated Universe.

Limited to 5,000 pieces. Figure measures 6.99" tall. Allocations may occur. Final products may differ from image shown. Approximately 6 units per carton.

$80, in stores in May.


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 second piece of this set is the Darknight Damsel, Batgirl! Bounding into the Gotham City sky atop a gargoyle with a grapnel gun in her hand, Batgirl is ready for any challenge the night may bring her. This polyresin statue is a standout by itself, but when combined with the rest of the Bat Family statues, Batgirl becomes an enviable piece of a collector's showcase.

Limited to 5,000 pieces. Statue measures 8.2" tall. Allocations may occur. Final products may differ from image shown. Approximately 6 units per carton.

$80 in stores in May.


Designed by Joelle Jones, sculpted by Jack Mathews.

Amazonian by birth and a leader by trade, Wonder Woman -- as designed by Joëlle Jones -- is a natural addition to the DC Cover Girls statue line. In this statue, Wonder Woman is armed with the Lasso of Truth as well as a smoldering glare; her legendary beauty, grace and power make her standout in any space she inhabits, be it a battlefield, the Hall of Justice or a Joëlle Jones-drawn comic book cover. Limited to 5,000 pieces. Statue measures 11" tall. Allocations may occur. Final products may differ from images shown. Approximately 6 units per carton.

$125 in stores in May.


Designed by Ant Lucia, sculpted by Tim Miller.

This exclusive Poison Ivy "Sepia Tone" variant is part of a Bombshells limited-edition series designed to evoke the color tone that was frequently found in photos of the past. Limited to 5,000 pieces. Figure measures 10.6" tall. Allocations may occur. Final products may differ from images shown. Approximately 6 units per carton. High-quality polyresin.

$125, in stores in May.

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