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DC Previews: Justice League Of America #17, Kamandi Challenge #10

Written by IvCNuB4 on Wednesday, October 25 2017 and posted in Previews

DC Previews: Justice League Of America #17, Kamandi Challenge #10

Covers and pages for two DC Comics titles on sale October 25.


Source: Comics Continuum, WeirdScience


The League has finally found Ray Palmer but is it too late to stop Aut's threat to the Microverse?
The Kamandi Challenge is nearing it's end. Will Kamandi have enough time to find his parents?




Justice League Of America #17

"PANIC IN THE MICROVERSE" finale! The Justice League—betrayed! Ray Palmer, the original Atom, said not everyone could be trusted in the microverse, and he meant it! By rescuing Palmer and finding the Ignition Point, has the Justice League doomed all reality? It's the quantum conclusion the sci-fi epic that began in DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1!


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

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Kamandi Challenge #10 (of 12)

After the suspenseful ending of issue #9, writer Greg Pak and artist Shane Davis bring our hero to the land of the Dead Worshippers! Now freed from captivity, Kamandi must help his new allies, the Shark People, escape their grisly fate as permanent displays in a horrific museum. Filled with long-kept secrets of the world around them, this museum could hold the key to finding Kamandi's parents, but will he live long enough to find out? Not if the Commander of the worshippers has anything to do with it!


Written by: Greg Pak
Art by: Shane Davis, Michelle Delecki
Colors by: Hi-Fi
Covers by: Francis Manapul, Shane Davis
32 pages
$3.99 (US)

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