(W) Joshua Williamson (A/CA) Nick Derington In Shops: Mar 25, 2020 SRP: $3.99
General Zod is on a mission to resurrect the Bottle City of Kandor, and he’s ready to obliterate anyone in his path! Deep within the ruins of an ancient temple, Ra’s al Ghul’s bid to save his Lazarus Pits from Kryptonian chaos has brought the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel into a brawl neither expected-or was prepared for! What can Batman and Superman possibly do to stop an army of Kandorian zombies? Find out in the conclusion of the epic “Kandor Compromise”!
(W) Joshua Williamson (A/CA) Nick Derington In Shops: Feb 26, 2020 SRP: $3.99
In the aftermath of “The Infected,” Batman and Superman create new measures to prevent hidden and dangerous super-villain plots in the future. Using new technology to track villains throughout the DC Universe, the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel are startled to discover that General Zod has returned to Earth-and that his new target is…Ra’s al Ghul! What is Zod’s plan, and what does it have to do with the destroyed bottle city of Kandor? Find out in the first chapter of a two-part epic featuring the work of artist Nick Derington!
Written by Joshua Williamson Art by Nick Derington and Dave McCaig Cover by Nick Derington In Shops: Feb 26, 2020 Final Orders Due: Feb 03, 2020 SRP: $3.99
General Zod Has Returned to Earth—and His New Target is Ra’s al Ghul!
In the aftermath of “The Infected,” Batman Universe artist Nick Derington joins the series as Batman and Superman create new measures to prevent hidden and dangerous super-villain plots in the future. Using new technology to track villains throughout the DC Universe, the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel are startled to discover that General Zod has returned to Earth, and that his new target is…Ra’s al Ghul!
What is Zod’s plan, and what does it have to do with the destroyed bottle city of Kandor? Find out in the first chapter of a two-part epic!
Batman/Superman #7, written by Joshua Williamson with art by Nick Derington and Dave McCaig, hits shelves on February 26, 2020, followed by the conclusion to “Kandor Compromise” in Batman/Superman #8 on March 25.
On March 4th, the landmark The Flash #750 hits comic book stores and participating digital retailers, spotlighting the Scarlet Speedster and including incredible stories from Flash’s past, present and future. This oversized tribute to one of pop culture’s speediest heroes is guaranteed to become a collectors’ item when it hits stores!
This collectability will be further enhanced by some of comics’ most talented artists, honoring the Flash in a series of variant covers that celebrate The Fastest Man Alive throughout the decades:
1940 – Nicola Scott and Annette Kwok
1950 – Gary Frank and Brad Anderson
1960 – Nick Derington
1970 – José Luis García-López, and Alex Sinclair
1980 – Gabriele Dell’Otto
1990 – Francesco Mattina
2000 – Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair
2010 – Francis Manapul
The Flash #750 is a 96-page prestige format one-shot comic book, debuting in comic book stores and participating online retailers on March 4, 2020, for $9.99.
(W) Gerard Way, Jeremy Lambert (A) Omar Francia (CA) Nick Derington In Shops: Dec 11, 2019 SRP: $3.99
When an alien virtual reality machine spirals out of control and encompasses an all-too-familiar planet, the Doom Patrol traverses the boundaries of a new computer-generated reality to restore the world back to “not exactly normal but at least not CGI.”
(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Nick Derington In Shops: Dec 04, 2019 SRP: $4.99
Available to comics shops for the first time! In the conclusion to Brian Michael Bendis and Nick Derington’s DCU-spanning saga, Batman’s mind is trapped in the unlikeliest of places- inside a White Lantern ring! That would be bad enough, but his physical body is stuck on Earth, completely vulnerable to attack from his enemies. Good news: Batman’s freed when the White Lantern ring chooses a new recipient. Bad news: that “new recipient” is Vandal Savage. Originally published in Batman Giant #13 and #14.
To celebrate a milestone in the Scarlet Speedster’s comic book run, in February 2020 DC is publishing a momentous 750th issue of The Flash with a cover by series artist Howard Porter and packed with all-new stories from across the generations and multiverses of super-speedsters. The 80-page prestige format issue debuts February 26, 2020, featuring an all-star array of top writers and artists in the Flash’s recent history.
Joining series writer Joshua Williamson for this must-have collector’s item are Geoff Johns, Marv Wolfman, Francis Manapul, Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, Stephen Segovia, David Marquez, Bryan Hitch, Riley Rossmo, Scott Kolins, and Michael Moreci. The Flash #750 also features a variant cover for each decade the character has been published, including art from José Luis García-López, Jim Lee and Scott Williams and Gary Frank.
1940s variant cover by Nicola Scott
1950s variant cover by Gary Frank
1960s variant cover by Nick Derington
1970s variant cover by José Luis García-López
1980s variant cover by Gabriele Dell’Otto
1990s variant cover by Francesco Mattina
2000s variant cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams
2010s variant cover by Francis Manapul
This landmark issue of The Flash is highlighted by an original story, “The Flash Age,” that kicks off a new arc for series writer Joshua Williamson and artists Rafa Sandoval and Jordi Tarragona. Barry Allen’s life is being torn apart by a supercharged Speed Force as the story Williamson’s been building toward since issue #50 comes to a head when a new threat appears on the horizon: the deadly Paradox. Destined to destroy the Flash’s legacy, Paradox sends his herald, Godspeed, to trap the Flash family!
The Flash #750, an 80-page prestige format issue, will be available at comics retailers and digitally on February 26, 2020, for $7.99.
(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A) Nick Derington (A/CA) John Timms In Shops: Nov 06, 2019 SRP: $3.99
Welcome, Naomi! Wonder Comics’ brightest shining star comes to Young Justice! She’s ready to join this team of young heroes who have seen it all-and you’ll want to be here to watch the sparks fly for the very first time. All this, plus the true story of Jinny Hex.
(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Nick Derington In Shops: Nov 06, 2019 SRP: $4.99
Available to comics shops for the first time! After being gunned down in Crime Alley by Vandal Savage, Batman is mysteriously saved by the power source in the Faberge egg Savage has stolen! That power turns out to be a White Lantern ring-and when Batman uses it to defeat Savage, its energy signature calls the entire Green Lantern Corps to Earth…and they are not happy! Originally published in Batman Giant #11 and #12.