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Wonder Woman and The Flash Return to Legacy Numbering in 2020 Starting with #750

Following the blockbuster 750th issues of The Flash and Wonder Woman, new adventures of The Fastest Man Alive and the Amazon warrior princess will keep the momentum going throughout 2020, as DC announced plans to return both titles to Legacy numbering, beginning with Wonder Woman #750 on January 22, Wonder Woman #751 on February 12, Wonder Woman #752 on February 25, Wonder Woman #753 on March 11 and Wonder Woman #754 on March 25. February 26 also sees the release of The Flash #750, with issue #751 following on March 11 and #752 on March 25.

In March, Princess Diana begins a new adventure with issue #753, written by Steve Orlando with art by Max Raynor, main cover by Robson Rocha and Danny Miki and variant cover by Jae Lee. Wonder Woman and a new warrior named Valda agree to put aside their differences to hunt a mythical beast bent on destroying all of Boston. Issue #754 takes Wonder Woman off-world to help Princess Maxima, the former ruler of Almerac, retake her throne and restore the planet’s peaceful matriarchy.

In The Flash #751, Writer Joshua Williamson continues “The Flash Age” saga as Barry Allen’s newest nemesis, Paradox enlists the aid of Godspeed to erase The Flash from existence. Williamson is joined by artist Rafa Sandoval, with main cover by Howard Porter and a variant cover by Junggeun Yoon.

Fan-favorite artist Porter returns on interiors for March 25th issue #752, where Barry has been exiled to Paradox’s realm, outside time and space, where he’s confronted by the ghosts of his past.

Get an Early Look at Far Sector #3

Far Sector #3 (of 12)

Written by N.K. Jemisin
Interior and Cover art by Jamal Campbell
In Shops: Jan 22, 2020

Writer N.K. Jemisin (the award-winning author of The Broken Earth and Inheritance science fiction trilogies) and artist Jamal Campbell (co-creator of Naomi) continue the story of Sojourner “Jo” Mullein when Far Sector #3 hits shelves on January 22, 2020. Protecting the City Enduring’s population of 20 billion aliens gets even harder when rookie Green Lantern Jo is thrust into the middle of a massive protest that’s about to get out of hand.

What do the protesters want? The right to feel.

Money Shot, The Plot, and Sera and the Royal Stars Get Second Arcs in 2020

Vault Comics

Vault has announced, after the tremendous success of each series, that Money ShotThe Plot, and Sera and the Royal Stars have all been extended for second arcs that will debut in 2020.

Sera and the Royal Stars will begin its second arc in February 2020 with issue #6, The Plot will begin its second arc in April 2020 with issue #5, and Money Shot will begin its second arc with issue #6 in April 2020. 

Sera and the Royal Stars is a stunning epic fantasy series written by Jon Tsuei, drawn by Audrey Mok, colored by Raúl Angulo, lettered by Jim Campbell, and designed by Tim Daniel. The first arc of Sera and the Royal Stars will be collected in a trade paperback edition that hits store shelves in January 2020. 

The Plot is Vault’s first horror series published under Nightfall, Vault’s autumnal horror imprint. The Plot is written by Tim Daniel and Michael Moreci, drawn by Joshua Hixson, colored by Jordan Boyd, lettered by Jim Campbell, and designed by Tim Daniel. The first arc of The Plot will be collected in trade paperback edition that hits store shelves in February 2020.  

Money Shot, Vault’s sexy sci-fi series, was a best-selling, sold-out hit series written by Tim Seeley and comedian Sarah Beattie, artist Rebekah Isaacs, colorist Kurt Michael Russell, and letterer Crank!Money Shot‘s first arc will be collected in a trade paperback edition that hits store shelves in March 2020.     

The three returning series join Heathen and Wasted Space in Vault’s catalog on ongoing comic book series. Heathen‘s long-awaited third arc begins in February 2020, with artist Ashley A. Woods joining the creative team. Wasted Space began it’s critically acclaimed third arc in November 2019.  

Your First Look at Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2, the latest issue of an all-new five-issue limited series event! Written by Ryan Parrott, illustrated by Simone di Meo, colored by Walter Baiamonte, and lettered by Ed Dukeshire, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers fight – and maybe team up with – the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on January 8, 2020.

Tommy faces a shocking betrayal within the Foot Clan that puts him in the crosshairs of their leader – Shredder! But can the Rangers and Turtles put their differences aside before Shredder unleashes his ultimate weapon? No Rangers or Turtles fan can miss this shocking reveal that’ll change everything they’ve ever known!

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2 (of 5) features a main cover by Dan Mora, with Turtle Ranger Helmet variant covers by Goñi Montes and more!

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2

DC Celebrates 80 Years of Robin with a 100-Page One Shot

Since the character’s introduction in Detective Comics #38 on March 6, 1940, Robin has become an icon to millions of comic book fans, establishing the “sidekick” as a permanent part of comic book lore. Since a young Dick Grayson donned the distinctive yellow cape and domino mask, many have taken on the mantle of Robin, joining The Batman in his war on crime, while also growing into their own and taking on new adventures, both solo and as part of other super-teams like the Teen Titans, the Justice League and others.

On March 11, 2020, DC celebrates Robin’s 80th anniversary with a landmark one-shot, Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular. This instant collectible includes stories from comics’ greatest Robin writers, paying tribute to the character in various guises, including Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, Tim Drake, Stephanie Brown and Damian Wayne. The Talent list for these stories reads like a whos-who list of comic luminaries, such as Marv Wolfman, Tom Grummett, Chuck Dixon, Scott McDaniel, Devin Grayson, Dan Jurgens, Norm Rapmund, Tim Seeley, Tom King and Mikel Janin, James Tynion IV, Peter J. Tomasi, Judd Winick and others.

In addition to a dynamic cover by Lee Weeks, hardcore fans and collectors can also look forward to eight variant covers spotlighting Robin throughout the decades, drawn by some of comics’ premier artists:

  • 1940’s variant cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams
  • 1950’s variant cover by Julian Totino Tedesco
  • 1960’s variant cover by Dustin Nguyen
  • 1970’s variant cover by Kaare Andrews
  • 1980’s variant cover by Frank Miller
  • 1990’s variant cover by Jim Cheung
  • 2000’s variant cover by Derrick Chew
  • 2010’s variant cover by Yasmine Putri

An equally impressive collection of artistic talent will honor Robin in a series of tribute images celebrating different incarnations of the character such as Kenneth Rocafort, Nicola Scott, Andy Kubert, and Frank Miller.

The Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 is a prestige format comic book retailing for $9.99 and available at local comic retailers and digital retailers on March 11, 2020

Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1

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The weekend’s almost here and we’re spending it getting our new GP HQ, aka studio, in order! We’re excited for the new setup! While we do that, what geeky things will you all be up to? Sound off! While you wait for the weekday to end and the weekend to begin, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Cleveland Magazine – Why Isn’t Cleveland Embracing Its Comics Heritage? – We’ve always wondered this.


Batman News – Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child #1
Geek Dad – Far Sector #2
AIPT – Silver Surfer: Black

Preview: Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics


Script: Bill Golliher, Ian Flynn
Art: Dan Parent, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli, Jeff Shultz, Jim Amash
Cover: Bill Golliher, Jim Amash, Rosario “Tito” Peña
On Sale Date: 12/11
192-page, full color comic
$7.99 U.S.

TWO NEW CLASSIC-STYLE STORIES: “Take a Flying Leap” Betty and Veronica are going skydiving—or at least, Betty thinks Veronica’s going skydiving with her. Will Veronica pull a fast one on her BFF mid-air? PLUS: “The Case of the Walkaway Shoes” Veronica’s prized pair of designer Miranda shoes have gone missing, and she’ll do whatever she can to find the perp that stole them. This is a job for Sam Hill–well, at least a job he’s willing to take on for a nice sum. With his new assistant, Betty Cooper, by his side, will they be able to see who walked off with Veronica’s heels?


Preview: Archie 1955 #3 (of 5)

ARCHIE 1955 #3 (OF 5)

Script: Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn
Art: Ray-Anthony Height, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli
Cover: Ben Caldwell
Variant Covers: Jerry Ordway, Paul Renaud
On Sale Date: 12/11
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

Archie’s making a big splash on the radio waves! But that’s nothing compared to his television debut. Archie’s star is rising quickly—but how does everyone else in his life feel about it?

ARCHIE 1955 #3 (OF 5)

Preview: Vampirella/Red Sonja #4

Vampirella/Red Sonja #4

writer: Jordie Bellaire
artist: Drew Moss
covers: Julian Totino Tedesco (A), Babs Tarr (B), Lucio Parrillo (C), Leonardo Romero & Jordie Bellaire (D), Drew Moss “Then and Now” Variant (E)
Drew Moss “Then and Now” Variant (RI-B/W), Leonardo Romero & Jordie Bellaire (RI-Virgin), Drew Moss “Then and Now” Variant (RI-Virgin), Leonardo Romero & Jordie Bellaire (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

“Clearly… this is the work of devils.”

From JORDIE BELLAIRE (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and DREW MOSS (Star Wars), travel with us to ancient times, and uncover the mystery of how Sonja The Red, a young adventurer in search of a family, came upon a haggard witch, who would show Sonja times and places beyond her own…

Vampirella/Red Sonja #4
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