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DC Previews: Justice League Of America #12, Superwoman #13, Supergirl #12

Written by IvCNuB4 on Monday, August 07 2017 and posted in Previews

DC Previews: Justice League Of America #12, Superwoman #13, Supergirl #12

UPDATED covers and preview pages for DC Comics titles on sale August 9.

Source: Comics Continuum, CBR

Following up from the teaser in last year's DC Universe: Rebirth #1, Batman's JL team journeys into the microverse to search for Ray Palmer.
Last issue Lana Lang discovered that she didn't actually lose her powers, then she headed off to Smallville because she felt another clue may be found there. If you aren't reading Superwoman you are missing out on one of DC's sleeper hits.
The Emerald Empress finally makes her move on Supergirl in the present to avoid the crushing defeat that Kara deals her in the future.



Justice League Of America #12

"Crisis in the Microverse," part one! It's the story you've been waiting for! Ryan Choi leads the JLA on a rescue mission into the microverse to rescue his long-lost mentor, Ray Palmer, the original Atom, and unravel the mystery of his disappearance in DC Universe: Rebirth #1!

Written by: Steve Orlando
Art by: Ivan Reis
Colors by:  Marcelo Maiolo
Covers by: Ivan Reis, Doug Mahnke
32 pages
$2.99 (US)








Superwoman #13

"Return to Smallville!" Searching for an explanation of the source of her powers, Lana traces her steps back to high school with a teenage Clark Kent in Smallville. With Lana's role as Superwoman hanging in the balance, Lex Luthor makes an unexpected appearance.

Written by: K Perkins
Art by: Stephen Segovia, Art Thibert
Colors by: Hi-Fi
Covers by: Ken Lashley, Renato Guedes
32 pages
$3.99 (US)









Supergirl #12

"EMERALD ERADICATION" part one! Emerald Empress' attack on Supergirl begins as her new Fatal Five assembles. Empress' plan to destroy Supergirl's present to preserve her future goes into full swing as Supergirl tries to hold her own—but soon even her abilities are out of her control.

Written by:
 Steve Orlando
Art by:  Daniel Henriques and Robson Rocha
Colors by: Michael Atiyeh
Covers by: Robson Rocha, Stanley "Artgerm" Lau
32 pages
$3.99 (US)









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