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Preview: Wonder Woman #751

Wonder Woman #751

(W) Steve Orlando (A) Jan Duursema (CA) Aaron Lopresti
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020
SRP: $3.99

Wonder Woman…under arrest! As she starts to protect her new hometown of Boston, the city wonders-who will protect Boston from her? Agent Nora Nunes must shadow Wonder Woman for a day to ensure the city will be safe if Diana resides there. But what starts as a tranquil day transforms into disaster relief, and Diana and Nora will need to survive not only the elements, but also the arrival of the three Dark Fates!

Wonder Woman #751

Preview: Justice League #41

Justice League #41

Written by Robert Venditti
Art by Aaron Lopresti and Matt Ryan
Colored by David Baron
Cover by Bryan Hitch
In shops February 19, 2020
Final orders due January 27, 2020
SRP: $3.99

The Eradicator and His Supermen Continue their Assault on the Justice League!

Robert Venditti, Aaron Lopresti, Matt Ryan and David Baron continue the “Invasion of the Supermen” in Justice League #41!

Eradicator and his strike team of enhanced Daxamites sweep across Earth with devastating consequences! The Justice League finds itself battered and overwhelmed by an enemy more powerful than even Superman. Batman and Green Lantern plan a counter assault, but it can’t work without the Flash, whose connection to the Speed Force has become unpredictable—and possibly fatal. With the team at half-strength, will it be enough to hold their enemies at bay?

Check out this first look at pages from Justice League #41 by Aaron Lopresti, Matt Ryan, and David Baron!

Justice League #41

Preview: Aquaman #56

Aquaman #56

(W) Kyle Higgins (A) Aaron Lopresti, Matt Ryan (CA) Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy
In Shops: Jan 15, 2020
SRP: $3.99

The countdown to Aquababy has begun! As the birth of Aquaman and Mera’s child grows near, don’t miss this special interlude issue! In a story that takes place days after Aquaman and Mera’s engagement, a violent encounter with the resurgent Kingdom of the Trench leads to an unexpected outcome, and the conflict sheds new light on Aquaman and Mera’s plans for their future.

Aquaman #56

Review: Tales From the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1

Tales From the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1

I honestly don’t remember the original Infinite Crisis. It’s an event I might have read but the specifics are something that don’t stick out. So, I generally went into Tales From the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1 with a pretty clean slate as to what to expect.

Written by James Tynion IV, Tales From the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1 is an entertaining issue though feels like a story we’ve seen before in other DC series and storylines.

In this Dark Multiverse take on the original story, Ted Kord survives his encounter with Maxwell Lord. From there, it’s a story of power and corruption that we’ve seen many times before.

Like other Tales From the Dark Multiverse, the problem is the issue packs in a lot to one oversized issue. It’s something that would have benefited from an issue or two to expand or a series of miniseries taking place over a month. Kord’s survival also sets off a series of changes and events that are touched upon and only some of the most die-hard DC fans will appreciate it. There’s just a lot packed in and a lot touched upon without much depth.

The art by Aaron Lopresti is solid. With ink by Matt Ryan, color by Romulo Fajardo, Jr., and lettering by Rob Leigh the look of the comic is a nice mix of styles. The end is a blend that feels like what was being released during the time of the original series. There’s some great design as the series progresses and the team does an excellent job of creating lots of dramatic moments while having to pack in a lot into the issue.

The comic is entertaining and as a “what if” story it does a solid job. Issues remain that the real impact is for those who read the original series and know more of the references. The comic also packs in a lot leaving readers to ponder some of the more interesting aspects mentioned but not seen. It’s an entertaining issue but might be one more for fans of the original event.

Story: James Tynion IV Art: Aaron Lopresti
Ink: Matt Ryan Color: Romulo Fajardo, Jr. Letters: Rob Leigh
Story: 7.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 7.0 Recommendation: Read

DC Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1

Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1

(W) James Tynion IV (A) Aaron Lopresti, Matt Ryan (CA) Lee Weeks
In Shops: Nov 27, 2019
SRP: $5.99

DC’s mega-event “Infinite Crisis” saw the destruction of the Trinity, the rise of Alexander Luthor and Superboy-Prime, and the rebirth of the Multiverse…but it all started with Ted Kord, the Blue Beetle, who saw it all coming and died with secrets that could’ve saved the world. But…things happened differently in the Dark Multiverse! Not only does Blue Beetle survive- he thrives! And after killing Maxwell Lord himself, Ted sets off a chain of events that irreversibly alters the lives of the Justice League and his best friend, Booster Gold. In trying to prevent a crisis, Blue Beetle becomes the Crisis…and the Dark Multiverse will never be the same.

Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1

Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1 Gets a First Look

Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1

Written by James Tynion IV
Art by Aaron Lopresti and Matt Ryan
Cover art by Lee Weeks
In Shops: Nov 27, 2019
Final Orders Due: Oct 28, 2019
SRP: $5.99

DC’s mega-event Infinite Crisis saw the dissolution of the Trinity, the rise of Alexander Luthor and Superboy-Prime, and the rebirth of the Multiverse…but it started with Ted Kord, the Blue Beetle, who saw it all coming and died with secrets that could’ve saved the world. 

But…things happened differently in the Dark Multiverse! In the fourth Tales from the Dark Multiverse one-shot, not only does Blue Beetle survive—he thrives! And after killing Maxwell Lord himself, Ted sets off a chain of events that irreversibly alters the lives of the Justice League and his best friend, Booster Gold. In trying to prevent a crisis, Blue Beetle becomes the Crisis…and the Dark Multiverse will never be the same.

Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Infinite Crisis #1

Preview: Wonder Woman #79

Wonder Woman #79

(W) G. Willow Wilson (A) Scott Eaton, Wayne Faucher (CA) Aaron Lopresti
In Shops: Sep 25, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Must a world without love be one without our hero? Wonder Woman is forced to discover a new way to fight after the destruction of her golden lasso and unbreakable bracelets at the hands of Cheetah and her God Killer sword. How can she possibly stop the unstoppable?

Wonder Woman #79

Preview: Archie 1955 #1 (of 5)

ARCHIE 1955 #1 (OF 5)

Script: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn
Art: Tom Grummett, Bob Smith, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli
Cover: Audrey Mok
Variant Covers: Jinky Coronado, Francesco Francavilla, Aaron Lopresti, Pete Woods
On Sale Date: 9/18
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

BRAND NEW SERIES from the writing team that brought you ARCHIE: 1941!

Can a rocking teenager from a small, sleepy town find fame and fortune through this new phenomenon called “rock and roll”? When Archie Andrews proves to a local DJ that he’s got the makings of a hip-shaking stardom, he begins an ascent to fame that will carry with it both triumph and tragedy.

Exclusive Extended Preview: Archie 1955 #1

Check out this exclusive expanded preview of Archie: 1955 featuring unseen interior art by Tom Grummett. Archie: 1955 is a spiritual follow-up, though not a sequel, to Archie: 1941 and is written by Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn. The series follows Archie through a bright and fast early rock and roll career.

The final order cut-off is August 26, 2019.


ARCHIE: 1955 #1 (of 5)

Script: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn
Art: Tom Grummett, Bob Smith, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli
Cover: Audrey Mok
Variant Covers: Jinky Coronado, Francesco Francavilla, Aaron Lopresti, Pete Woods
On Sale Date: 9/18
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

BRAND NEW SERIES from the writing team that brought you ARCHIE: 1941! Can a rocking teenager from a small, sleepy town find fame and fortune through this new phenomenon called “rock and roll”? When Archie Andrews proves to a local DJ that he’s got the makings of a hip-shaking stardom, he begins an ascent to fame that will carry with it both triumph and tragedy.

ARCHIE: 1955 #1 (of 5)

DC Reveals More Tales of the Dark Multiverse for November

Born from the pages of the bestselling event Dark Nights: Metal, the Dark Multiverse continues to play havoc with some of the most memorable events in DC’s comic book history as the publisher announced today two more additions to the Tales From the Dark Multiverse series of prestige format one-shots. 

TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: BLACKEST NIGHT #1

Writer Tim Seeley (NIGHTWING) and artist Kyle Hotz (SWAMP THINGS: ROOTS OF TERROR) team up with cover artist Lee Weeks (BATMAN) to retell the tale of the Green Lantern event that changed the DC Universe forever, only this time the Black Lanterns emerge triumphantly! Twenty-three days after the cataclysm, Sinestro, trapped between life and death as a White and a Black Lantern, emerges as the world’s last hope—the Limbo Lantern! In order to save the universe or end his life, he’ll need the help of some unlikely survivors—Dove, Lobo, and Mister Miracle—all of whom will put their lives on the line to give their world one final chance! This 48-page one-shot goes on sale November 13 for $5.99, and fans can also pick up a reprint of the original Blackest Night #1 the same day for just $1.

TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: BLACKEST NIGHT #1

TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: INFINITE CRISIS #1

Writer James Tynion IV (JUSTICE LEAGUE, JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK) and artists Aaron Lopresti (WONDER WOMAN) and Matt Ryan (DAMAGE) team up with cover artist Lee Weeks for this dark turn on DC’s mega-event Infinite Crisis. The destruction of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman, the rise of Alexander Luthor and Superboy-Prime, and the rebirth of the Multiverse all began with Ted Kord, the Blue Beetle. Kord saw it all coming and died with secrets that could have saved the world. But in the Dark Multiverse, Blue Beetle survives, and with the death of Maxwell Lord by his hand, Ted sets off events that irreversibly alter the lives of not only the Justice League, but also his best friend, Booster Gold. In trying to prevent a crisis, Blue Beetle becomes the crisis, and the Dark Multiverse will never be the same. A $1 reprint of the original Infinite Crisis #1 will also be available when this 48-page one-shot goes on sale November 27, also for $5.99.

TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: INFINITE CRISIS #1
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