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DC Comics Previews For April 15

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, April 14 2015 and posted in Previews

DC Comics Previews For April 15

The ZERO HOUR heroes enter the fray.

Source: Comics Continuum, DC Blog

The main Convergence title continues to focus on Telos and the Earth 2 heroes.
The  Week 2 tie-in titles feature Zero Hour heroes and take a look at life in Metropolis under the dome.


Convergence #2  (of 8)

As Telos, the Planet Incarnate, easily defeats the survivors of Earth 2, Thomas Wayne and Dick Grayson set off to find help in the pre-Flashpoint Gotham City. The emotional implication of these worlds colliding comes crashing down when Thomas Wayne confronts this world's Batman, as father meets son!
Plus, Alan Scott's attempts to connect with The Green yield unexpected results, setting our team on a quest to escape the planet. And the cyborgs of Futures End engage in a battle to the death against the reimagined heroes of the Just Imagine Universe, while the city of Superman Red and Blue takes on the opposing forces from GENERATIONS
Written by:  Jeff King
Art by:  Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz
Colors by:  Pete Steigerwald
Covers by:  Ivan Reis & Joe Prado, Jae Lee (1:25  Flash Comics #1 Variant),  David Finch (1:100 Sketch Variant), Tony Daniel (Open Order Variant)
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

STARRING HEROES FROM ZERO HOUR!  When the dome confining Steel’s Metropolis begins to lift, it’s up to Steel to defend his city (with help from his niece Natasha Irons and nephew Jem Carstairs) from a power-restored Parasite and the GEN13 kids!
Written by: Louise Simonson
Art by:  June Brigman, Roy Richardson
Colors by:  John Rauch
Cover by:  Walt Simonson, Dave McCaig 
Variant Cover by:  Chip Kidd (Design), Jon Bogdanove & Dennis Janke
$3.99  (US)
       *  Preview courtesy of DC Blog

What do Supergirl, Lady Quark, and Ambush Bug have in common?  Well...nothing, really. But that doesn’t stop them from appearing in this story together.  You are SO welcome.
Written by:  Keith Giffen
Art by:  Timothy Green II, Joseph Silver
Colors by:  Hi-Fi
Cover by:  Howard Porter
Variant Cover by:  Chip Kidd (Design), June Brigman & Jackson Guice
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

A powerless Kyle Rayner visits a Metropolis prison to see a devastated Hal Jordan who believes he has murdered the Green Lantern Corps.  But if the dome falls and powers are restored, will Parallax return to defend the city or destroy it?
Written by:  Tony Bedard
Art by:  Ron Wagner, Bill Reinhold
Colors by:  Paul Mounts
Cover by:  Steve Lieber, Ron Chan
Variant Cover by:  Chip Kidd (Design), Darryl Banks & Romeo Tanghal
$3.99 (US)

When Kingdom Come’s floating fortress of New Oa threatens Metropolis, it’s up to Amanda Waller to assemble a team of Metropolis’s deadliest villains to stop it.
Written by:  Frank Tieri
Art by:  Tom Mandrake
Colors by:  Sian Mandrake
Cover by:  John Paul Leon 
Variant Cover by:  Chip Kidd (Design), Geof Isherwood & Robert Campanella
32 pages
$3.99 (US)


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