"Supergirl" Casts its Lucy Lane
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More Vic Stone! More Superman! More Batman! More Green Lantern! Oh yeah, Flash, too!
Truly, we have nothing to fear but “Fear Itself” (and its countless tie-ins).
Like chocolate and peanut butter, it was just a matter of time until someone put these groups together. Of course if you don’t like chocolate or peanut butter. . .
Robotman returns to the relaunched DCU and he’s sharing staples with Tanga and Garbage Man!
There’s a major motion picture coming out featuring John Carter and this is the official prequel for that story.
Five members of the Legion are lost in the past, fighting an unknown number of foes with undefined capabilities. That past? Now. This book? Enjoyable.
A band of odd characters -- including Etrigan -- sets their feet firm as they stand in the path of an invading horde.
Nazis, vampires, guns that shoot sunlight, and giant monsters -- this book has it all. It also doesn’t hurt that it’s written by Scott Snyder with some great Sean Murphy art.
This installment of Spider-Island reveals the identity of “Number Six” from Horizon Labs, deals with Anti-Venom, and gives Mary Jane powers. It doesn’t do much to provide an interesting story though.
Batgirl takes on the Mirror, but doesn’t really like what she sees.
The “New Avengers” are coming at ya with a roster on the cover sure to draw casual fans in. If only the interiors could convince those fans to stick around.
Scott Snyder and Scott Tuft continue to offer up turn of the century creepiness in a most unsettling manner here. Just ask Chuck.
Wah, wah, wah. The Penguin gets a chance to show readers just how bad he can be, and quite honestly, his bad makes this book very good.
“Hulk of Arabia” puts the Red Hulk in Qatar and stirs up a few challenges for the Red Hulk.
Hey look! It’s a comic book with a #1 on the cover! The best part? It’s actually a pretty good read that offers a nice “jumping on point” for Joshua Hale Fialkov’s latest adventure from Image.
The second issue of “Men of War” reports for duty. Unfortunately, parts of the story appear to be classified, as there are significant jumps therein.
DiDio and Giffen expand the world around O.M.A.C. and Brother Eye, delivering a pair of DC characters that might not have been expected to appear here.
Batwing continues to fight under the symbol of the Bat, even though he has a big gaping wound in his chest.
Animal Man begins to discover that the Red might be much more than he ever thought it was.
Enter Condor! No, seriously. This issue introduces Condor, because evidently all the characters in this title need to be bird-themed.