The story so far? When the hero Shazam entered Khandaq in order to spread the ashes of his fallen enemy Black Adam in the sands of the villain's home country, the Justice League (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, those guys) sprang into action, hoping to avoid an international incident by kicking Shazam out of Khandaq. At the same time, the Justice League of America, a team of second-stringers assembled by the government agency specifically for the task of taking down the other Justice League, arrive with the same idea.
In the midst of all the arguing that ensues, Superman suddenly loses control and uses his heat-vision to kill Dr. Light, a member of the rival of America League. Superman surrenders himself and is imprisoned by Amanda Waller, leader of the ARGUS (Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate) and the of America squad, and all the Leaguers convene to try and figure out what exactly what happened between Superman's eyeballs and Dr. Light's face.
One of the flagship titles of Vertigo since DC Comics launched the mature readers imprint in 1993, Hellblazer, the monthly series starring the cantankerous, chain-smoking, yet eminently charming mage and occult detective John Constantine,has received immense critical success throughout its history. Now, after a 25-year-run that has featured contrib
When fans first caught wind of Wolverine's trip to the netherworld and subsequent body-snatching during C2E2, one of my first reactions was, "How will readers be able to instantly identify the 'Foe-verine' walking around in the real-deal's skin?" Marvel's answered that question today with a first look at two interior pages from September's "Wolverine" #1 relaunch by Jason Aaron and Renato Guedes (with covers by Jae Lee, Steve McNiven, Paul Smith and Marko Djurdjevic).
Here's Marvel's official synopsis for the story, which seems to feature a creepy pupil-less Wolverb
MORE FLYING CARS, MORE PROBLEMS - Superman/Batman Annual 4
"Batman Beyond" ran from 1999 to 2001, envisioning a future version of the DC Animated Universe in which an elderly Bruce Wayne mentored a new Batman in a Gotham City influenced by "Akira" and "Blade Runner." Like those two classic works of dystopian science fiction it portrayed a future more troubled by social unrest and by corrupt corporate a
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