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DC Universe Presents #19 Preview

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, April 16 2013 and posted in Previews

DC Universe Presents #19 Preview

In this final issue, what time displaced-hero has arrived on our world—and is the destruction he brings the herald to a great disaster?

Source: DC Blog


Beowulf finds himself displaced in time as he travels from a dystopian future and arrives in contemporary New York City. There, he encounters Professor Gwendolyn Pierce, who guides him through the foreign city he thought had stopped existing long ago. Together, they seek the púca, a shapeshifter who Beowulf must defeat in order to put a final stop to Grendel’s mother’s devious plan. But when the púca begins to transform into various members of the Justice League, will Beowulf be able to stop her and return home in time?
Written by:  Tony Bedard
Art by:  Javier Pina
Cover by:  Jesús Merino, Blond
32 pages
$2.99 (U.S.)
On Sale:  April 17, 2013


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