Saturday, 14 December 2013

DC's March Solicitations

It’s evil versus evil in the shocking “take-no-prisoners” conclusion to FOREVER EVIL! What will be the fate of Lex Luthor and his Injustice League? Who will live – and who will die? And why is The Hooded Man the most feared being from the Syndicate's world? Do not miss this startling finale that will leave the DC universe reeling and reveal the secrets to the future!
Yet another "things will never be the same" promotion for the end of the first line wide crossover that, with the exception of Villains Month doesn't really seem to have impacted most of the titles I read.

And I'm still betting on Earth-3's Alex Luthor as the Hooded Man's identity.

The Justice League of the future learns the terrible truth behind their creation!
That single line makes snell's prediction from a couple of months ago sound all the more plausible.

Lost in time, Jonah rides through the modern South and into a corrupt town run by a ruthless family whose roots go back to the Civil War. Their name? Turnbull. Hex is about to learn a painful lesson in family history!
More crazy time travelling from Jonah and the gang? Awesome!

Two of the DC Universe’s brightest stars join forces in this original graphic novel!
A year ago, Black Canary infiltrated a gang of female criminals set to pull a dangerous heist at a Las Vegas casino. Its leader was skilled in hand-to-hand combat and more than a passing interest in black magic. Rather than be captured by Canary or the law, she went to her death, vowing to get revenge on Canary! Now, one year later, death stalks those gang members, and Canary must turn to her friend Zatanna to help investigate.
Honestly, I'll probably wait until the trade comes out next year or so, but it'll be nice to read some Paul Dini Zatanna stories again.

The team returns to Belle Reve to lick their wounds and bury their dead – and to meet Task Force X’s new leader, who plans to make them even deadlier than before. Collecting issues #20-23, plus JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #7.1: DEADSHOT and DETECTIVE COMICS #23.2: HARLEY QUINN.
I have the first three trades of this, so will be picking this up as well.


  1. Interesting theory on the JLA3000 cast. I have not read the first issue yet, but can see that theory playing our. Would explain the GL outfit a bot better as well.

    Will be interesting to see if that thought pans out.

  2. That is a pretty good guess. Of course it might be changed at the last minute or be something else, but that idea sounds really good and pausible.

  3. Yeah, it sounds plausible, doesn't it? My comic shop offered me JL 3000 this week but I decided against it, mainly because of the lack of Kevin Maguire. As much as I like Giffen and DeMatteis, when this series took a turn for the grim, I decided not to bother.


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