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DC Comics Previews For April 1

Written by IvCNuB4 on Monday, March 30 2015 and posted in Previews

DC Comics Previews For April 1

Covers and available interior pages


Source: DC Blog, Comics Continuum


Batman and Robin investigate a mystery on the moon.  The Batwoman Annual continues from the events of Batwoman #40 and the flashforwards from Batwoman #35.  Sinestro's first Annual explores the origins of his team to uncover a threat in the present.   Futures End reaches it's climactic ending and propels the DCU into Convergence.  Wonder Woman must battle Donna Troy for the throne of Themyscira.


 

Batman and Robin Annual #3

After a year that included death, resurrection and battles with the forces of Apokolips, it’s time for Batman and Robin to get back to basics both as father and son and partners in crimefighting. But have the events of the past year left too great a rift for them to bounce back from?   

Written by:  Peter J. Tomasi
Art by:  Juan Jose Ryp, Jordi Tarragona, Juan Albarran 
Colors by:  Sonia Oback
Cover by:  Ardian Syaf, Guillermo Ortego
48 pages
$4.99 (US)
     * Preview courtesy of  DC Blog


 

Batwoman Annual #2

How did Batwoman find herself in space fighting Morgan Le Fey?  How did she find herself accompanied by allies as strange as Clayface, Ragman, Etrigan the Demon and her own sinister sister Red Alice?!  All the answers are here in the final chapter of the Unknowns saga!

Written by:  Marc Andreyko
Art by:  Georges Jeanty & Karl Story, Yishan Li, Ronan Cliquet, Roberto Viacava & Dexter Vines
Colors by:  Guy Major
Cover by:  Georges Jeanty, Guy Major
$4.99 (US)


 

Sinestro Annual #1

A traitor lurks among the Sinestro Corps, and only by delving into the never-before-revealed origins of the team can Sinestro learn the truth - before his head ends up on a platter!

Written by:  Cullen Bunn
Art by:  Martin Coccolo, Victor Ibanez (Lyssa Drak story),  Andy Kuhn (Arkillo story),  Ronan Cliquet (Rigen Kale story) , Mirko Colak (Dez Trevious story), Daniel W Johnson  (Bekka story)
Colors by:  Jason Wright,  Tony Avina (Flashback stories)
Cover by:  Dale Eaglesham, Jason Wright
48 pages
$4.99 (US)
 
 
 
Convergence #0
Where do worlds go when they die?
 
The Earthquakes felt round the Multiverse, Superman’s lost days after “Doomed,” the World’s End – all these points will converge as the history of the DCU is spun from a new perspective, the perspective of a mad god and his arrogant child. The biggest story in DC history ties into literally every DC story ever told – and it all begins here.
 
Kingdom Come, Red Son, Wild West Justice League, Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew – all the worlds you remember can still be found on Telos.  Everything matters. Every story matters. 
 
Don’t miss the start of DC’s April/May 2015 event with this special issue!
Written  by:  Jeff King, Dan Jurgens
Art & Cover by:  Ethan Van Sciver
Colors by:  Marcelo Maiolo
Variant Covers by:  Ethan Van Sciver (1:10 bw),  Patrick Zircher & Hi-Fi (1:50), Adam Hughes (1:100), Tony Daniel & Mark Morales
40 pages
$4.99 (US)

 

Futures End #48

 “EYE AM YOUR FUTURE!”

FINAL ISSUE
Written by:   Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens, Jeff Lemire, Brian Azzarello
Art by:  Andy MacDonald, Stephen Thompson, Allan Goldman, Feddie E Williams II, Scott Hanna
Colors by:  Hi-Fi
Regular and 1:50 Variant Covers by:  Ryan Sook
32 pages
$2.99 (US)

 

Wonder Woman #40

It’s the penultimate chapter of the series-altering first story arc by the new creative team of writer Meredith Finch and penciller David Finch as Wonder Woman faces a challenger to her throne created solely to defeat her.  But how can Diana stop a foe whose every strength is matched to her every weakness?

Written by:  Meredith Finch
Art by:  David Finch, Jonathan Glapion
Colors by:   Pete Steigerwald
Motion Picture Variant Cover by:  Bill Sienkiewicz
1:100 Variant Cover by:  Jae Lee, June Chung
32 pages
$2.99 (US)
 







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