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Postby LOLtron » Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:06 am

All-Star Batman #9, Aquaman #21, Superman #21.

Source: Previews World, Comics Continuum

All-Star Batman
starts off with a break-neck motorcycle chase through Washington DC. And then things get really crazy.
Aquaman and Mera explore the Deadwater sinkhole which unexpectedly leads to another revelation. And yes, there is a reason that they are wearing breathing devices.
The mystery of the Kent's neighbor intensified after Batman was ambushed on the Cobb Dairy Farm. And if you look closely at the last Superman preview page  you will see some familiar objects from prior issues.




All-Star Batman #9

"Ends of the Earth" finale!  It all comes down to this. After months of searching, Batman has found the mastermind behind the blight sweeping the planet, and must face off against one of his most dangerous villains in a battle of wills for the fate of the Earth.

Written by: Scott Snyder
Art by: Jock, Francesco Francavilla
Colors by: Lee Loughridge
Covers by: Jock, Chris Burnham, Francesco Francavilla
40 pages
$4.99 (US)













Aquaman #21

"H2.0" part three!  Aquaman and Mera learn that the "strange water" they've been sent to investigate is in fact a gateway to an alien world that's the source of Arthur's recent troubles! And tensions flare between Aquaman and his less-than-heroic teammates over whether to make contact with this new world or destroy it!

Written by:
Dan Abnett
Art by: Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher
Colors by: Gabe Eltaeb
Covers by: Brad Walker & Andrew Hennessy, Josh Middleton
32 pages
$2.99 (US)

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Superman #21

"Black Dawn" part two!  A "Superman Reborn Aftermath" tie-in! The Man of Steel is challenged to break his code against killing in front of his son as the mystery surrounding Hamilton deepens.

Written by:
Peter J Tomasi
Art by: Patrick Gleason, Mick Gray, Joe Prado
Colors by: John Kalisz, Hi-Fi
Covers by: Patrick Gleason & Mick Gray, Jorge Jimenez
32 pages
$2.99 (US)

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Postby IvCNuB4 » Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:31 pm

Added Superman #21.
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Postby IvCNuB4 » Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:15 pm

Superman was another pretty cool story. There is so much more with his neighbors than they have been letting on. Besides creating " a distraction" I think that whole scene at the Fair was manipulated to affect public opinion towards Superman, or maybe to hit him personally. It's weird how you never really see Cobb's face when he is "Purple Man". I'm guessing that creepy weird house in the Deadman's Swamp is his HQ/lab?
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Postby IvCNuB4 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:36 pm

After giving us a fairly suspenseful "monster vs the remote outpost crew" story last time, I figured that this issue would be Aquaman and Mera against an army of Dead Waters. Instead, once they go through the portal they discover something .. else. Meanwhile, back at Valez Base tension builds as the Aquamarines and the crew argue on setting the mini-nuke charge. That however would seal the portal with Arthur and Mera still on the other side. Scavenger decides to take matters into his own hands and in the process reveals something he has been keeping secret. Thinking he is solving the problem he quickly realizes that karma just bit him in the ass. :P
This is a mostly all-dialogue issue but Abnett gives us some intriguing character exchanges all around. Kudos to Eaton and Faucher on the art and especially Elateb who delivers some great atmosphere with the colors especially in the Tethys world.

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