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DC Comics Previews For July 23 (UPDATED)

Written by IvCNuB4 on Sunday, July 20 2014 and posted in Previews

DC Comics Previews For July 23  (UPDATED)

Aquaman #33, Superman #33, Batman Eternal #16, Batman #33, Batman And Robin #33, New52: Futures End #12, Red Lanterns #33, Justice League Dark #33, Wonder Woman #33, The Flash #33

Source: Comics Continuum, DC Blog


Aquaman #33

With threat after threat - including the arrival of the deadly Chimera - demanding Arthur's attention, it's fallen to Mera to hold Atlantis together, even if most of the city wants her dead! The conspirators hiding in the shadows of the city's darkest reaches can't hide forever - but can Mera get to them before Atlantis comes apart ?

Written by:  Jeff Parker
Art & Cover by:  Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons
Colors by:  Rain Beredo
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Graham Nolan, Alex Sinclair
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

Superman #33
Learn more about the mysterious Ulysses and what his emergence will mean to Clark Kent and the world. Meanwhile, a mysterious figure is targeting Metropolis with strange mechanical creations...but why? And what dark secret from Clark's past does it connect to ?
Written by:  Geoff Johns
Art & Covers by:  John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson
Colors by:  Laura Martin 
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Erik Larsen
32 pages
$3.99  (US)

Red Robin is out to solve the mystery of the nanovirus spreading among Gotham City's poorest, but Harper Row isn't going to let him do it alone! Can Batwing escape the clutches of The Joker's Daughter ?
Written by: Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Ray Fawkes
Consulting Writers:  John Layman, Tim Seeley 
Art by:  Dustin Nguyen, Derek Fridolfs
Colors by:  John Kalisz
Cover by:  Dustin Nguyen
32 pages
2.99  (US)


It’s been one hell of a year in Gotham City, and it all comes down to this: Batman vs. The Riddler!  What game is The Riddler playing with his 12 riddles for Batman to solve? Is the outcome fixed? And will Jim Gordon and Lucius Fox buy enough time for Batman to play to the end? Gotham City and the Dark Knight will never be the same!
Don’t miss this special, extra-sized finale of “Zero Year!” 

Written by:  Scott Snyder
Art & Cover by:  Greg Capullo, Danny Miki
1:25 Variant Cover by:  Paolo Rivera
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Bryan Hitch, Alex Sinclair
Colors by:  Fco Plascencia
48 pages
$4.99  (US)
Combo-Pack Edition:  $5.99  (US)

“ROBIN RISES”!  Picking up right where this month’s ROBIN RISES #1 left off, it’s Batman vs. the Justice League as the Dark Knight decides to follow the Chaos Shard back to its source: Apokolips !
Written by:  Peter J Tomasi
Art & Cover by:  Pat Gleason, Mick Gray
Colors by:  John Kalisz
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Mike Kaluta, Trish Mulvihill
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

With Grifter still missing, his partner turns to the only person on Earth who may need more help than Cole!  And 35 years from now, Brother Eye has conquered all of humanity – but what does it have planned ?
Written by:  Keith Giffen, Brian Azzarello, Dan Jurgens, Jeff Lemire
Art by:  Jesus Merino, Dan Green
Cover by:  Ryan Sook
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

"Atrocities" kicks into gear - the epic that the last year of Red Lanterns has been building to all along! It's open war between Atrocitus and Guy Gardner - and there's a powerful squadron of Red Lanterns on each side! But Guy Gardner could never have imagined what Atrocitus has been planning all this time... And he couldn't imagine that one of his closest friends would refuse to stand by his side !
Written by:  Charles Soule
Art by:  Alessandro Vitti
Colors by:  Gabe Eltaeb
Cover by:  Miguel Sepulveda, Rain Beredo
32 pages
$2.99  (US)
A team member is possessed, and the House of Mystery is about to enter the unknown Void of Non-Being!  Who will be left on the team by this issue’s end ?
Written by:  J.M. DeMatteis
Art by:  Andres Guinaldo (Pencils);  Walden Wong & Raul Fernandez (Inks)
Colors by:  Chris Sotomayor
Cover by:  Mikel Janin
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Kelley jones
32 pages
$3.99  (US)

It's the beginning of the end as writer Brian Azzarello and artist Cliff Chiang kick off the astonishing finale of their epic run!  Olympus must fall, and its rightful ruler must be restored - but in Diana's depraved family of demigods and gods, who can be trusted to rule with decency and justice ?
Written by:  Brian Azzarello
Art & Cover by:  Cliff Chiang
Colors by:  Matthew Wilson
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Joshua Middleton
32 pages
$2.99  (US)

Future Flash fights Future Trickster!  In the present, Barry solves a murder case, but he's about to be murdered by the killer himself!  Will he be fast enough to save both timelines ?
Written by:  Robert Venditti, Van Jensen
Art & Cover by:  Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund
Colors by:  Andrew Dalhouse
Batman 75th Anniversary Variant Cover by:  Kim Jung Gi
32 pages
$2.99  (US)


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