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DC Comics Previews For October 5

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, October 04 2016 and posted in Previews

DC Comics Previews For October 5

Batman #8, Nightwing #6, Midnighter And Apollo #1, Deadman: Dark Mansion Of Forbidden Love #1, Future Quest #5


Source: Newsarama, Comicosity, Paste Magazine


The Bat-verse Monster Men crossover continues in this week's Batman (part 4) and Nightwing (part 5).
Apollo and Midnighter get caught up in another adventure as their new mini-series launches.
Writer, Sarah Vaughn, tries her hand at horror and gothic romance with her new Deadman mini-series.
The Impossibles join the battle in this month's Future Quest. The original three members of 1966 animated show were based on the rock group The Monkees. A new female member has been added to the team for this new title.

 


Batman #8

"NIGHT OF THE MONSTER MEN" part four! The giant monsters might be bad, but Gotham's heroes encounter a whole new threat level when two of their own start terrorizing the city! Batman must face the horrifying possibility of losing two of his closest allies to Hugo Strange's vicious attack.

Written by: Steve Orlando, Tom King
Art by: Riley Rossmo
Colors by: FCO Plascencia
Covers by: Yanick Paquette, Tim Sale
$2.99 (US)

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Nightwing #6

"NIGHT OF THE MONSTER MEN" part five! The hunt for Hugo Strange rages onward as the Manipulator rises and uses the citizens of Gotham City to shield itself from the Bat-Family. All while the monstrous version of Nightwing looms over Gotham City.

Written by: Tim Seeley, Steve Orlando
Art by: Roge Antonia
Covers by: Yanick Paquette, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado
Colors by: Chris Sotomayor
32 pages
$2.99 (US)

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Midnighter And Apollo #1 (of 6)

You wanted it? You got it—six more issues of Midnighter madness! Together again after too long apart, Midnighter and Apollo take on subway pirates in Los Angeles and demons in Opal City...but their reunion is about to take a shocking turn and send them both on an epic journey beyond all belief!

Written by: Steve Orlando
Art by: Fernando Blanco
Colors by: Romulo Fajardo
Covers by: ACO, Howard Porter
32 pages
$3.99 (US)
     * Preview via Comicosity

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Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love #1

Trapped inside an old gothic mansion, Deadman must battle the forces of darkness alongside Berenice, a young woman with a complicated love life who is gifted—or cursed—with the ability to communicate with the dead. Romance, mystery, and evil await in the new, bimonthly miniseries DEADMAN: DARK MANSION OF FORBIDDEN LOVE, by Sarah Vaughn (Alex + Ada) and Lan Medina (FABLES)!

Written by: Sarah Vaughn
Art by: Lan Medina
Colors by: Jose Villarrubia
48 pages
$5.99 (US)
    * Preview via PasteMagazine

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Future Quest #5

Team Quest is dealt a serious blow at the hands of FEAR just as Omnikron starts rebuilding itself on Earth—out of anything living that comes too close! Inter-Nation's Deva Sumadi takes charge and splits the group up to go recruit more forces to take on the alien supercreature. It's time to go on tour with The Impossibles and meet the biggest fighting force in the world, Frankenstein, Jr.!

Written by: Jeff Parker
Art by: Doc Shaner, Craig Rousseau
Covers by: Doc Shaner, Steve Rude 
Colors by: Hi-Fi
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

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