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DC Comics Previews For October 7

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, October 06 2015 and posted in Previews

DC Comics Previews For October 7

Cyborg #3, Midnighter #5, Green Arrow #45, Telos #1, Action Comics #45

Source: Comics Continuum

Technosapiens on one side. Tekbreakers on the other. With Cyborg stuck right in the middle.
As Midnighter and Grayson continue their hunt for the stolen God Garden tech, Akakyevicht plans to use Midnighter's implants to create an army.
Lesson of the week: never mess with Green Arrow's dog.
Telos' search for his identity and his family continues in his own ongoing title.
Nearly powerless and uncertain of his future, Kal-El must decide his next move.



Cyborg #3

Cyborg is our only defense against a freakish new army of invading metal aliens known as the Technosapiens. Plus, the Tekbreakers are back! They killed him the last time-are they back to finish the job?!

Written by:  David Walker
Art by:  Ivan Reis, Eduardo Pansica (Pencils);  Joe Prado, Scott Hanna, Albert Oclair (Inks)
Colors by: Adriano Lucas
Covers by:  Ivan Reis & Joe Prado, Szymon Kudranski, Kenneth Rocafort (GL 75th Anniverary Variant)
32 pages
$2.99 (US)











Midnighter #5

Grayson and Midnighter have finally cornered the man selling the tech that was stolen from the God Garden! Unfortunately for them, he's saved all the best toys for himself! Somebody's not leaving Russia alive...

Written by:  Steve Orlando
Art by:  Stephen Mooney
Colors by:  Romulo Fajardo Jr
Cover by:  Aco
$2.99 (US)









Green Arrow #45

As The Day of the Dead approaches, Green Arrow and Tarantula head south of the border to investigate the rising darkness that may doom an entire city!

Written by:  Ben Percy
Art by:  Patrick Zircher, Federico Dallocchio
Colors by:  Gabe Eltaeb
Covers by:  Patrick Zircher, Kelley Jones & Dave McCaig (Monster Variant)
32 pages
$2.99 (US)










Telos #1

The villain of the world-shattering Convergence event stars in his own new series! Set loose from his planetary tether at the end of the best-selling Convergence, Telos finds himself free and able to traverse space and time via a sliver of Brainiac's powers. As this epic begins, he embarks on an odyssey, journeying across time and space in search of his past.

Written by:  Jeff King
Art by:  Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz & Sean Parsons
Colors by:  Hi-Fi
Cover by: Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz
32 pages
$2.99 (US)








 Action Comics #45

As this new epic begins, the Man of Steel's identity as Clark Kent has been exposed. He's been beaten and pushed to the brink in his quest to regain his powers while his enemies have gathered their forces. And now, Clark must ask himself the ultimate question: Should he even continue as Superman?

As the action begins, a new hero emerges to fight for Justice—and against Superman!

Written by: Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder
Art by:  Scott Kolins
Colors by: Tomeu Morey
Covers by:  Aaron Kuder & Tomeu Morey, Dave Johnson (Monster Variant)
$3.99 (US)




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