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This Magazine Kills Fascists: Social Justice Archery In DC Rebirth’s ‘Green Arrow’

Otto Schmidt / DC Comics
Otto Schmidt / DC Comics

This Magazine Kills Fascists looks at times that comic books and superheroes have dealt with tyrannical, corrupt and outright fascist world leaders — not because we think we can find a solution, but because art can provide inspiration in the face of oppression.

So far, this feature has focused on big villains, big world-altering plans, and how they reflect what's going on in the world today, but this week we're going to talk about a superhero comic being published right now that takes a stand against all that from a ground level. The current Green Arrow series, relaunched as part of DC Rebirth, is a rare superhero comic that challenges authority and addresses real world concerns of corruption, violence, and the exploitation of citizens by the moneyed elite.

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What You Might Have Missed In DC’s March 2017 Solicitations

DC Comics
DC Comics

This month in DC's March solicitations, there are a few big shake-ups in the two Titans books as each team gets a new member that fans have been waiting to see for a long time. There are also some interesting developments with Wonder Woman's villains, and possible answers to the mystery of the two Supermen coming our way next year.

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Damian’s Out To Prove He Knows Best In ‘Teen Titans #2 & 3 [Preview]

Chris Burnham
Chris Burnham

Benjamin Percy's new Teen Titans book launched as part of DC Rebirth has had a bit of tumultuous time after losing its ongoing penciller Jonboy Meyers after the first issue. However, the title is on track and DC has provided us with a first look at the second and third issues featuring art by Diogenes Neves and new ongoing artist Khoi Pham, as Damian attempts to lead the team against the forces of his grandfather and The League of Assassins.

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Dynamite Announces ‘Sweet Valley High’ Comics, Benjamin Percy On ‘James Bond,’ And More [NYCC 2016]

James Bond, art by Dom Reardon

So here's the bad news: The sentence "Dynamite announces new James Bond, Bettie Page, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Sweet Valley High comics" does not refer to one single series that's going to combine all of those properties into a single high-school themed alternate universe where Tarzan, 007, and the real-life queen of pin-up photography are all taking math class together and trying to figure out who to ask to the prom.

The good news, though, is that they're four separate announcements that all seem pretty interesting: Writer Benjamin Percy taking over James Bond, Bill Willingham returning to Dynamite with artist Cezar Rezak for the Burroughs-themed crossover The Greatest Adventure, a new line of Sweet Valley High graphic novels, and – for the first time since 1997, the return of Bettie Page to officially licensed comics.

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