Check out what's happening at DC now! (Not to be confused with what's happening with DC NOW!, the upcoming reboot.)
Here's a rundown of what happened at Friday's DC Entertainment NOW! Panel.
- Shazam will join the Justice League starting with issue #13. Black Adam will also be involved. The Justice League will start behaving like a team after Aquaman calls them out on their unteamly behavior.
- Justice League #13 will mark the start of the lead in to the Trinity War. As we all know, it will feature the Cheetah.
- The Guardians are going full-on evil. Geoff Johns confirmed that the Third Army was designed to eliminate free will.
- Aquaman #0 will look at the first time Aquaman went to Atlantis.
- The new Green Lantern (the Gimp Lantern) carries a gun because he's skeptical of the ring's power.
- Rotworld, the upcoming Swamp Thing/Animal Man crossover will feature a warrior-like Poison Ivy, who's fervently protecting the Green.
- In American Vampire, Pearl will grow more paranoid as "The Blacklist" continues, while falling for Skinner Sweet, which she knows is a bad idea. He considers the series to be at the halfway mark.
- Rob Liefeld considers Hawkman #0 to be the start of a space opera.
- Deathstroke #0 will play on the fact that he served on a team with Grifter and Black Canary.
- Hellspont will show up in Grifter #13. Also, Liefeld hints once again that the WildCATS are coming.
- Raven will be joining Teen Titans soon. So will Supergirl, if Scott Lobdell gets his say (and he admits that he often doesn't). Teen Titans #0 focuses on Tim Drake and is a story that Scott Snyder seemed to enjoy.
- Wally West will not be appearing in Flash #0. Fans booed. Someone thought they heard the sound of Dan Didio's laugh in the back of the room.
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