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DC Comics For December 30

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, December 29 2015 and posted in Previews

DC Comics For December 30

Justice League #47, The Flash #47, Superman: Lois And Clark #3, Superman Annual #3, Black Canary #6


Source: Comics Continuum, CBR


In Part 7 of "The Darkseid War", Superman confronts Diana and Steve Trevor, while four other League members question Ultraman and Superwoman about the Anti-Monitor.
The secret history between Prof. Zoom and Henry Allen is revealed in his month's issue of the Gaudiest Dressed Man Alive.
The Pre-Flashpoint Clark battles a new villain unique to the New52 Universe. However, the mysterious woman searching for the Oblivion Stone is someone we've seen before. 
The Superman Annual reveals a previously unknown link between the history of Krypton and Vandal Savage along with some pretty impressive artwork.  
Black Canary battles a sonic-scream enhanced Bo Maeve as the mysteries behind Dinah's band's backers come to light.



 

Justice League #47

Jason Fabok returns as the third act of "Darkseid War" begins!  As the members of the Justice League struggle with their new Godhood abilities, Wonder Woman must turn to the beings that have fought the Anti-Monitor before: the Crime Syndicate! Plus, what secret does Grail hold that will change Diana's world forever?

This issue features open-to-order variant covers by Jim Lee that will be shipped in opaque polybags.

Written by:  Geoff Johns
Art by:  Jason Fabok
Colors by:  Brad Anderson
Covers by:  Jason Fabok, Jim Lee & Scott Williams
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

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The Flash #47

Professor Zoom's endgame goes into effect as we learn the dark truth behind Nora Allen's murder!

This issue features open-to-order variant covers by Terry Dodson that will be shipped in opaque polybags.

Written by:  Robert Venditti, Van Jensen
Art by:  Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund
Colors by:  Andrew Dalhouse, Jeromy Cox
Covers by:  Brett Booth & Norm Rapmund, Terry & Rachel Dodson
$3.99 (US)

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Superman: Lois And Clark #3

Who—or what—is Blanque? What is being held in this Superman's Fortress of Solitude? And what is Intergang, and why is their discovery dangerous to Lois? Whatever the answers, neither Clark nor Lois want their son to learn the truth...

Written by:  Dan Jurgens
Art by:  Lee Weeks, Scott Hanna
Colors by:  Jeromy Cox
Cover by:  Stephen Segovia
$3.99 (US)

 

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Superman Annual #3

"Man of Tomorrow. Man of Yesterday." Superman and Vandal Savage have been on a collision course for centuries. As Kal-El struggles to survive against this barbarian's attacking hordes, we reveal the events that led to Vandal Savage's creation—and his unexpected connection to Krypton. Immortals gather to put an end to the Last Son of Krypton so Earth may live!

Written by:  Gene Luen Yang, Peter J Tomasi, Greg Pak
Art by:  Aaron Kuder, Bill Sienkiewicz, Dan Jurgens
Colors by:  Trish Mulvihill, Tomeu Morey
Cover by:  Ardian Syaf, Vicente Cifuentes
48 pages
$4.99 (US)

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Black Canary #6

The secret of who assembled this pack of misfits into the band that became Black Canary is revealed—and the answer is stranger than you'd ever dream! There's a higher purpose to dropping Ditto into Dinah's life, but will they both survive the mission they're meant to complete?

Written by: Brenden Fletcher
Art & Cover by:  Annie Wu
Colors by: Lee Loughridge
Looney Tunes Variant Cover by: Pia Guerra, Spike Brandt
32 pages
$2.99 (US)

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