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DC Previews: Super Sons #6, Aquaman #26, Batman '66 Meets The Legion Of Super Heroes

Written by IvCNuB4 on Tuesday, July 18 2017 and posted in Previews

DC Previews: Super Sons #6, Aquaman #26, Batman '66 Meets The Legion Of Super Heroes

UPDATED covers and interior pages for three titles on sale July 19.


Source: Comics Continuum, Newsrama


Robin and Superboy now have the blessing from their parents to work together as a crime-fighting duo. Damian has said repeatedly that Jon wasn't Teen Titans material. What could have changed his mind so suddenly?
Continued from last issue and Justice League #24, King Rath discovers that Mera is not someone that you want pissed at you.
While a team of Legionnaires travels back to the 20th century for some Teen Wonder assistance, Batman's arch nemesis, Egghead, happens upon their time bubble. Bat-time traveling hijinks then ensue, old chum.

 


Super Sons #6

"Planet Of The Capes," part one! Robin has a new member in mind for the Teen Titans, and -- spoiler alert -- it's Superboy! But something sinister is at work, and Damian's real motives for introducing Jon to the team are revealed to devastating consequences!


Written by:
Peter J. Tomasi
Art by: Jorge Jimenez
Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez
Covers by: Jorge Jimenez, Dustin Nguyen (Variant)
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

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Aquaman #26

"UNDERWORLD" part two! Enraged by rumors of Arthur's survival in the slums of Atlantis, the ruthless King Rath orders the use of ancient Atlantean techno-magic to track down the Aquaman at all costs! But the ex-king Arthur can't hide for long when his fate collides with that of a mysterious young woman on the run from Rath's own secret police. Her name: Dolphin.


Written by: Dan Abnett
Art & Colors by: Stjepan Sejic
Covers by: Stjepan Sejic, Joshua Middleton (Variant)
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

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Batman '66 Meets The Legion Of Super Heroes #1

In pursuit of the time-traveling criminal known as Universo, the super-powered kids from the 30th century travel back to the 1960s to enlist the aid of the "greatest teen superhero ever"—Robin, the Boy Wonder! But Batman's hard-boiled nemesis Egghead has stolen one of their unattended time bubbles and taken off to the Legion's own time period. Looks like Batman has to head to the far-flung future with one group of heroes while Robin stays in the swinging sixties with another. Holy time-travel paradox!


Written by:
Lee Allred
Art & Cover by: Michael Allred
Colors by: Laura Allred
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

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