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Postby LOLtron » Sat Jul 12, 2014 6:44 pm

Scribblenauts Unmasked: Crisis Of Imagination #7, Supergirl #33, Teen Titans #1, Batman Eternal #15, Robin Rises: Omega #1, Green Lantern: New Guardians #33, Batwoman #33, Harley Quinn Invades Comic-Con International: San Diego #1, The New52: Futures End #11

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Scribblenauts Unmasked: Crisis Of Imagination #7

The Anti-Monitor enters the fight, armed with a secret weapon: Doppelganger! But has Maxwell's nemesis really returned to his evil ways? Or is there a greater plan in motion ?

A DC Digital First !

Written by:  Josh Elder
Art & Cover by:  Adam Archer
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

“Red Daughter of Krypton” – the finale!  Faced with a threat from Worldkiller-1 and staggering allegations about her past, Supergirl is forced to question her role as a Red Lantern – and as a hero!  Don’t miss the thrilling conclusion to this epic adventure – and its shocking final pages !
Written by:  Tony Bedard
Art by:  Jeff Johnson, Emanuela Lupacchino (Pencils); Scott Hanna, Ray McCarthy (Inks)
Colors by:  Hi-Fi
Cover by:  Jeff Johnson, Cam Smith, Dan Brown
32 pages
$2.99  (US)
Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Raven, Bunker and Beast Boy step out of the shadows of the adult heroes of the DC Universe to offer bold, exciting and sometime dangerous ideas on how to protect a world full of superpowered teenagers – any one of whom could be the next heroic figure or major villain !
Written by:  Will Pfeifer
Art & Cover by:  Kenneth Rocafort
Colors by:  Dan Brown
Variant Cover by:  Cliff Chiang
Batman 75th Anniversary Cover by:  Joe Quinones
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

Who is behind the mayhem lurking beneath Arkham Asylum?  Can Batwing and Jim Corrigan stop it before it breaks out and consumes all of Gotham City? And Red Robin arrives in Tokyo with Harper hitching a ride. Will Red Robin be able to keep the stowaway safe during his mission?
Written by:  Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Ray Fawkes
Consulting Writers:  Tim Seeley, John Layman
Art by:  Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs
Colors by:  John Kalisz
Cover by:  Dustin Nguyen
$2.99  (US)
The hunt for Robin is over, and the battle joined! But Batman’s family feud with Ra’s al Ghul is about to erupt into something bigger when it’s interrupted by the forces of Apokolips!  This epic story continues in this month’s BATMAN AND ROBIN #33 !
Written by:  Peter J Tomasi
Art by:  Andy Kubert, Jonathan Glapion
Cover by:  Andy Kubert, Brad Anderson
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Cliff Chiang
Colors by:  Brad Anderson
48 pages
$4.99  (US)

The Psions have done the unthinkable: captured and incapacitated the Guardians themselves! Can Carol and Kyle get to them in time? Or will the Psions discover the secret of ultimate power locked inside the Guardians’ very DNA ?
Written by:  Justin Jordan
Art by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Cover by:  Jeremy Roberts
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

Nocturna is out of Arkham, but is she really fit to return to society? Batwoman’s investigations will send her spinning into the deadly clutches of Night-Thief !
Written by:  Marc Andreyko
Art by:  Jeremy Haun, Scott Kolins
Colors by:  Guy Major
Cover by:  Rafael Albuquerque
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Klaus Janson, Dave McCaig
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

The title says it all!  Our favorite little troublemaker, Harley Quinn, takes on Comic-Con International: San Diego in this over the top issue! She’ll have to battle long lines, crazy crowds and the dread con crud, all in the quest to get her own comic book published !
Written by:  Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti
Art by:  Paul Pope, Javier Garron, Damion Scott, Robert Campanella, Amanda Conner, John Timms, Marco Failla, Dave Johnson, Stephane Roux
Colors by:  Lovern Kindzierski, Paul Mounts, Brett Smith, Dave McCaig
Cover by:  Amanda Conner, Paul Mounts
48 pages
$4.99  (US)
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The Justice League demands Firestorm answer for Green Arrow’s death.
Written by:  Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens, Jeff Lemire, Brian Azzarello
Art by:  Georges Jeanty, Cam Smith
Colors by:  Hi-Fi
Cover by:  Ryan Sook
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

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Postby OneWhoIsAll » Sat Jul 12, 2014 7:39 pm


I like this cover... texting aside.
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Postby ulti19 » Sat Jul 12, 2014 9:55 pm

ScribbleNaughts looks wicked.
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Postby IvCNuB4 » Tue Jul 15, 2014 7:11 pm

Updated with Robin Rises: Omega #1, Green Lantern: New Guardians #33, Batwoman #33, Harley Quinn Invades Comic-Con International: San Diego #1, The New52: Futures End #11
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Great Scott!!!

Postby Chessack » Tue Jul 15, 2014 7:42 pm

“Red Daughter of Krypton” – the finale! Faced with a threat from Worldkiller-1 and staggering allegations about her past, Supergirl is forced to question her role as a Red Lantern – and as a hero!

I'm glad the RDK story is over because it feels like it was going on forever and nothing particular even happened until last issue.

But aside from that, when are these people going to try having an original idea. "Staggering allegations about her past!" Done before -- many times. Like in the previous run where she was told she was sent to earth to assassinate Superman (which turned out to be a lie). Don't they get tired of writing this character such that she doesn't know her own past? I mean why must she be Amnesia Girl all the time? It's been this way for 10 years now.

And questioning her role as a hero -- again, been there, done that. At least thrice, maybe more, since 2005. First in Joe Kelly's awful run early in her series ("Identity") and later in Gates' run.... and then in New 52 she's been pretty much endlessly questioning it.

So much for this Red Lantern shit giving Kara a "new direction" - from where I sit this is just same-old, same-old.
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Postby IvCNuB4 » Wed Jul 16, 2014 3:33 pm

I believe the questioning of her "role" was about her decision to be a Red Lantern "hero" and what that represented since it required rage and anger.

After reading Supergirl #33 it does seem like maybe she has a new attitude. And a slightly modified "S" emblem which ties to how it looked in JLU #3. Even in JLU (which takes place after these issues) she does seem less rage-y. Hopefully it's a turning point for her.

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