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DC Comics Previews For August 31

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, August 30 2016 and posted in Previews

DC Comics Previews For August 31

Earth 2: Society Annual #1, Gotham Academy Annual #1, Future Quest #4


Source: Comics Continuum


Following up from Earth 2: Society #15, Huntress's search for Dick Grayson's son continues.
The kids at Gotham Academy deal with another supernatural occurrence in their first 2016 Annual.
The battle against the Omnikron leads to the hidden valley of Mightor.

 

 

Earth 2: Society Annual #1

Earth-2's Batman is Dick Grayson. Does he have what it takes to be a true Batman and follow in the legacy of Bruce and Thomas Wayne before him? Or will he only ever be a stand-in? Beyond anything else, he has one overriding goal...to find his missing son. Is that a job for the Batman...or is it something only Dick Grayson can do? The Wayne legacy is at stake. This is an epic turning point in the history of Earth-2's Batman.

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Bruno Redondo, Diogenes Neves, Juan Albarran
Cover by: Bruno Redondo
Colors by: Rex Lokus
48 pages
$4.99 (US)

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Gotham Academy Annual #1

When the Gotham Academy student body comes down with a mysterious disease, Pomeline and Colton disagree on the origin of the threat, causing a fissure in Detective Club! The team fractures to get to the bottom of the case...but who will solve it first? Will Maps be able to reunite her friends? Will they ever eat pizza together again?! Join the search for clues in the first ever Gotham Academy Annual, precursor to Gotham Academy: Second Semester!

Written by: Becky Cloonan, Brendan Fletcher
Pencils by: Adam Archer, Msaasyk Michael Dialynas, Chris Wildgoose, Sandra Hope
Colors by: Serge Lapointe
Cover by: Karl Kerschl
40 pages
$4.99(US)

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Future Quest #4

An earth-shattering power has come to life in the jungles of South America, and Team Quest and Birdman race the forces of F.E.A.R. to reach it first! There they find time ripped apart in a lost valley where dinosaurs and cavemen run wild once more as the ancient legend of Mightor is revealed! Only the shipwrecked aliens Jan and Jace hold the secrets of what fate awaits our world, but as a force led by Jezebel Jade attacks, what new hero will rise?

Written by: Jeff Parker
Art by: Evan Shaner, Ron Randall
Colors by:  Hi-Fi
Covers by: Evan Shaner, Paul Renaud (Variant)
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

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