DC’s Digital First continues this week with another installment of Shazam: Lightning Strikes, plus the return of Birds of Prey: Sirens of Justice and a new story in Superman: Man of Tomorrow! These three, plus today’s Batman: Gotham Nights featuring a story by Tom Taylor and Daniel Sampere, give fans even more choice of characters while expanding DC’s digital publishing line with original stories.
And don’t forget to watch for the fifth chapter of Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red on Friday, July 24!
Monday July 20
Superman: Man of Tomorrow #12
“Superman’s Day Off” by Robert Venditti, Scott Hepburn, Ian Herring, and Dave Sharpe
Metropolis is without the Man of Steel for a day and villains are coming out of the woodwork to take advantage. Can the city stand against the many threats? And where is Supeman?!
Tuesday July 21
Batman: Gotham Nights #14
“Bad News” by Tom Taylor, Daniel Sampere, Juan Albarran, Adriano Lucas, and Tom Napolitano.
Deathstroke is hired to take out the only witness to a corrupt politician’s mob ties, but his newest mark has some friends in high places…
“Monster” by Frank Tieri, Tyler Kirkham, Arif Prianto, and Tom Napolitano
A surprise during a bank robbery brings back old memories for Killer Croc. But he’s not that bullied, defeated kid from the freakshow anymore…he’s something much worse.
Wednesday July 22
Birds of Prey: Sirens of Justice #2
“Disguises” by Robert Venditti, Isaac Goodhart, Chris Sotomayor, and Travis Lanham
Harley reluctantly agrees to meet with an old roommate from med school and finds herself considering the paths not taken. Turns out, she wasn’t missing much.
“The Killing” by John Layman, Cully Hamner, Dave McCaig, and Justin Birch
Huntress is on the trail of a mobster on the lam, but her mission turns into a race when another bounty hunter joins the fray. And it’s no ordinary gun for hire—it’s none other than Deathstroke!
Friday July 24
Shazam: Lightning Strikes #2
“On the Job!” by Louise Simonson, Bret Blevins, Chris Sotomayor, and Marshall Dillon
Pedro takes his new crossing guard responsibilities very seriously. But when disaster strikes, can he keep his Shazam Family identity a secret and keep his classmates safe?
“Destroying Eugene Choi” by Phil Hester, Eric Gapstur, David Baron, and Marshall Dillon
A mysterious glowing artifact proves to be the perfect power source for Eugene’s robotics project—until it grants his robot a life of its own! Now Eugene must dismantle the rogue battlebots before they destroy Fawcett High…and to do it, he’ll need the helpof his greatest rival!