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DC Preview: Brightest Day #2

Written by Jude Terror on Tuesday, May 18 2010 and posted in Previews

DC Comics has released a preview for Brightest Day #2, in stores tomorrow, 05/19/2010!


From the DCU Blog:


In the second issue of the series, we continue to follow the heroes and villains that found themselves returned to the land of the living at the end of BLACKEST NIGHT – and not everyone’s dealing with the change so well. Another jam-packed issue from the A-list creative team of writers Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi and artists Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark and Joe Prado – need I say more? Scroll below for a look at the issue, which hits tomorrow.


DC Preview: Brightest Day #2

DC Preview: Brightest Day #2

DC Preview: Brightest Day #2

DC Preview: Brightest Day #2

DC Preview: Brightest Day #2

DC Preview: Brightest Day #2

DC Preview: Brightest Day #2


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