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Previews: Green Arrow #24, The Flintstones #12, Aquaman #24

Written by IvCNuB4 on Wednesday, June 07 2017 and posted in Previews

Previews: Green Arrow #24, The Flintstones #12, Aquaman #24

Covers and interior pages for three DC Comics titles on sale June 7.

Source: Comics Continuum

Oliver Queen's battle for the salvation of Seattle comes to a surprising climax.
The Flintstones limited series reaches it's year-long conclusion. Yabba dabba bye.
The growing political unrest within Atlantis leads to a stunning change brought on by the Council Of Elders. 

Green Arrow #24

Seattle has fallen. Oliver Queen is all too familiar with the destruction and betrayal the city has endured. With the city in ruins, Oliver must avenge his friends and fight against the Ninth Circle -- taking back what his family has built. Will Oliver be able to salvage what's left of the city.

Written by: Ben Percy
Art by: Juan Ferreyra
Covers by: Juan Ferreyra, Mike Grell
32 pages
$2.99 (US)












The Flintstones #12

You are now leaving Bedrock! The Great Gazoo is on his way home to the stars, while Fred and company leave the Church of Gerald, and Mr. Slate leaves behind being a jerk -- at least for a little while. Say good-bye to Pebbles, Bowling Ball, Philip the turtle, Fred and Barney, and the whole cast in this final issue.

Written by: Mark Russell
Art by: Steve Pugh
Colors by: Chris Chuckry
Covers by: Yanick Paquette, Rick Leonardi (Variant)
32 pages
$3.99 (US)











Aquaman #24

"Crown of Atlantis," finale! Hopelessly at odds with the people of Atlantis, Arthur is finally stripped of his crown. In his place, and to Aquaman's horror, the previously imprisoned Atlantean fundamentalist Corum Rath is installed as the new king! Every step of Aquaman Rebirth has been building to this!

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Scot Eaton, Phillipe Briones, Wayne Faucher
Colors by: Gabe Eltaeb
Covers by: Brad Walker & Andrew Hennessy, Joshua Middleton
32 pages
$2.99 (US)










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