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A half-dozen DC Comics titles will wrap in August: "All-Star Western," "Phantom Stranger," "Pandora," "Superboy," "Birds of Prey" and "Batwing."
"Justice League Dark," "Constantine," "Trinity of Sin: Pandora" and "Trinity of Sin: The Phantom Stranger" are crossing over in an 18-part story titled "Forever Evil: Blight," running from October through March.
Pandora has been the New 52's most enigmatic figure, but that all changes when she gets the spotlight in Ray Fawkes & Daniel Sampere's "Trinity of Sin: Pandora," and DC has revealed pages from #2.
DC Comics Editor Brian Cunningham gives CBR an inside look at "Trinity War," including which titles tie into the Justice League event, the shocking death that starts it all and looming battles with Secret Society & Shazam.
Artist Pasqual Ferry provides the variant cover for DC Comics' "Pandora: Trinity of Sin #1, setting the mysterious character against a backdrop of the Seven Deadly Sins in this CBR exclusive first look.
Writers Ray Fawkes and J.M. DeMatteis discuss DC Comics' upcoming "Trinity War" Justice League crossover, the Trinity Of Sin and how they tackle their characters' religious overtones and origins.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant adds his voice to the chorus of folks asking DC to give Jerry Ordway work, noting his "multiversal background" would make him perfect for the new universe-building "Pandora" comic.
The hooded woman somehow entwined with the birth of DC Comics' New 52 Universe steps into her own series, and writer Ray Fawkes explains how in the pages of the April-launching "Trinity of Sin: Pandora."
A new logo for DC's upcoming April publishing initiative marks the issues of the New 52 officially "WTF Certified," with teased appearances by Booster Gold, the Creeper, the New Gods and more.
CBR delves into the subtleties and secrets of DC Comics' Free Comic Book Day issue, which opens a Pandora's Box of new questions for the coming year in the DC Universe.
DC Comics reveals the name of the enigmatic hooded figure who haunted the end of "Flashpoint" and every New 52 #1 issue with a promise for more from Pandora in 2012.
Avatar Press announced a new "War Goddess" series and "Gravel" ongoing while fielding a Q&A session that addressed everything from Alan Moore's "Neonomicon" to Garth Ennis and Jamie Delano on new issues of "Crossed."
Classic Avatar heroines Pandora, Hellina and Widow return in "War Goddess," an ongoing series debuting in June. CBR spoke with writer Mike Wolfer about bringing back the "bad girls" and the world he's building.