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Written By Malcolm Jones
Art By Ben Oliver
Plot By Marvell2100
Those Who Hunt Heroes! Part 3: I Hate Heroes.
Vigilantes heroes have been found dead at the hands of a superhero serial killer over the past few weeks and all the evidence points to Bat-Wing! A special unit headed by David and Kia along with U.S. agents Dakota Johnson and Steve Trevor have tasked to hunt down the killer and bring him to justice! How can David prove his innocence while working on the case surrounded by agents? Now reports have come in about another dead hero. As the taskforce arrives on the scene, they find the usual m.o., bat-a-rangs deeply embedded in the neck and chest. But this time, there is another clue, the body was found with a a word carved across their chest: Massacre! And to add to David's problems, the Republic of the Congo has invited a group of U.S. companies to visit and invest in the country, a group headed by Bruce Wayne! Next Issue: Too many Bats in the kitchen.
32 PGS./Rated T+...$3.99

Plotted by Clark_Kent
Written by Dan Jurgens
Art by Dan Jurgens & Jay Oliva
(excerpt from Desaad's transcripts of THE GREAT HALL, wherein Lord Darkseid addresses the trespassers from Earth)
Darkseid: You dare trespass in the Great Hall of Apokolips? In the presence of Darkseid?"
Diana: I've heard of you. My mother would tell stories of you. Cautionary tales.
Darkseid: Of my greatness.
Diana: Of your madness.
Darkseid: Hmm.
<Darkseid watched them a moment, then gestures toward the head of Steppenwolf>
Darkseid: A great warrior, once lost to defeat, recently attempted to take your world in the name of Darkseid.
Diana: We defeated him.
Darkseid: Because he was foolish. You took his courage, and when he returned I took his head. In the name of Darkseid. Your world will fall...there is no hope. No tomorrow. Only...Darkseid."
24PG / Rated T+ / $2.99

Plotter: Marvell2100
Writer: Jeff Lemire
Artist: Andrea Sorrentino
We Found Love In A Hopeless Place!
Romance is in the air! Kilroy and Komodo are in love and together they plan to kill Connor, Naomi and Jax! With they money they get from the bounty on these three, they can have an elaborate wedding and a honeymoon spent travelling around the world! Send gifts to Kil-and-Ko! However, Connor doesn't plan to hold his peace and intends to make sure these two share their wedding vows in ICU! As dangerous as the pair are, they prove no match for Connor who finally manages to knock them unconscious. He turns to Naomi and Jax to ask why didn't they help when he realizes that they're both gone. He thinks to himself that maybe it's for the best as those two have been nothing but trouble. As the ship arrives to port in San Francisco, Connor quickly hides himself in the cloud still unaware that he has been followed ever since he left Singapore! Next Issue: Someone to watch over me.
32 PGS./Rated T+...$3.99[/COLOR]

When Flash decides to end his “conversation” with Vandal Savage, he finds his speed neutralized. For Vandal has much experience with speedsters, knows their “Kryptonite” is a time-travel reagent called Suspendium, and is going to insist that Flash listen to absolutely everything he has to say...
Savage had fought bloody wars for millennia, exterminating humanity’s rivals so that his people would survive, until eventually he came to understand that immortality was not the greatest gift he received from the meteorite. No, the true gift was his blood. All of his children, and there were many, carried the most fantastic potential. The challenge, however, was unlocking it...
Flash Fact: a “spontaneous chromosomal combustion" can take place when a metagene is exposed to various forms of biostress – chemical, radioactive, etc. A potential catastrophe becomes the catalyst for "genetic change," resulting in metahuman abilities.
In a time veiled in legend known as the “Pytharian Age,” Savage, then known as Vandar Adg, ruled a kingdom. His cruelest son, Prince Gragothor Adg, was struck by lightning while harassing an alchemist. Yet he did not die. Instead, he gained impossible speed - which he used to sadistic ends... until he met one warrior who dared stand against him. A barbarian with the hand of a demon, could Claw the Unconquered end Gragothor’s reign of terror? And could Vandar learn how to bring out similar powers in his other children?
Meanwhile, in the present, Barry Allen must deal with the revelation.... that all metahumans, including himself, are descended from Vandal Savage!
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

Written by MARK MILLAR
With anger hot and filled with hate...
Guy Gardner attempted to apprehend a Khund gang of murderers and larcenists. In the process, the gang’s ship - the Firefist - was destroyed. A forensic analysis subsequently revealed that the Firefist had no weapons systems...
For your crimes we retaliate...
Massive protests around Oa and elsewhere erupt. “Remember the Firefist” becomes a rallying cry for those opposed to the Green Lantern Corps’ “heavy handed” enforcement of law. Facing mounting pressure from member worlds of the United Planets, the Guardians of the Universe are left with no choice... but to ask for Guy’s resignation.
If in evil you engage...
Cackling from Kalanor, Despero’s plan to force his enemy from power by falsifying the forensic report on the Firefist is a success! But Guy Gardner still has the will to fight injustice, albeit now mixed with righteous anger. That makes him the perfect recruit for another Lantern Corps that’s more concerned with ensuring criminals get what they deserve than about civil rights...
Beware our wrath - Red Lantern’s rage!
Plus, John Stewart visits the human settlers on Mongul’s Warworld. They appear to be honest immigrants, assimilating to their new home’s culture and finding peace through superior firepower. But John just can’t bring himself to trust Mongul... will this cause the humans to turn on their would-be protector?
Meanwhile, Hal Jordan confirms his worst fear... Starro has gained control of Doomsday!
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

Plotted by Clark_Kent
Written by Grant Morrison
Art by Kenneth Rocafort
Vampire Victor engages with Steel, as Vampire Flash grabs Superboy and races out of the building. The Eradicator follows. Vampire Harley, still singing to herself, attacks Henshaw. Wanting to spare the civilians in the bunker, he grabs her and flies her back out to the street.
Superboy would find himself 5 states away from Gotham before he could wrestle free; Vampire Flash, tapping into the newly-found BLOODFORCE, just may be faster than his Earth-1 counterpart. Facing him down, Superboy tries to get a handle on him but Flash is too fast: hundreds of punches land before Superboy can form a single thought.
Vampire Victor launches cables which connect to Steel's armor, engaging within a technovirus Steel has not seen before. Steel launches several shots from his bolt launcher, punching holes in Victor's body, but the Vampire persists. The technovirus shuts down Steel's onboard A.I., making him vulnerable...
Back on the street, Henshaw attacks with a flurry of heat vision and fists. Though her undead skin becomes scorched, Harley continues to laugh and sing. She pounces on Henshaw, finding that this Cyborg Superman does indeed have flesh around his neck...and if there is flesh, there must be blood! She sinks her teeth deep into Henshaw's neck, both sucking his blood as well as injecting the vampiric poison into his Kryptonian system...
24PG / Rated T+ / $2.99

Written by: JEFF PARKER
Plot by: LEE STONE
"The Wedding Crashers"
With the Weird in tow, Adam and his group of heroes prepare to save the universe, but could they already be too late?
The Force is getting closer and they still don't know what it is or how to stop it.
So, naturally the team makes a stop to observe a wedding ceremony and wind up being hunted by the Royal Guard for a misunderstanding.
32 PGs./ Rated T...$3.99

Written by: BRIAN BENDIS
Plot by: LEE STONE
"Cracking the Shell"
Special 'Day in the Life' issue!
Spend a day with the Outsiders outside their costumes!
Discover the secret Nemesis has been hiding from the others...
That he no longer knows who he is, and that he suspects his memories are fake.
And after last issue, Helena may be the only person he can trust. Or is she?
32 PGs./ Rated T...$3.99

Plotter: CaptCleghorn
“What Are Little Girls Made Of?”
Merry, the Girl of a Googleplex of Gimmicks, has a mission she needs Vic’s help for. Hub City International Airport has an international designation due to a handful of international flights a week. These are cargo flights only and although everything about them screams smuggling, nothing has been done about it. Quelle surprise! Merry wants Vic to spread word of the human trafficking going out of Hub City and wants the Question to help her kick some ass and stop that trafficking.
What Vic (and Merry) don’t know is that Vicki Vale is also undercover and riding with some of these women being shipped off to the generally unpleasant Caribbean island of Santa Prisca. Hub City has a reputation for being a place where a woman of few morals and less self-esteem can make a few bucks selling herself and the supply of victims seems endless. Can Vic, Vicki, and Merry put a dent in this monumental evil?
By the way, Vic did hurl last issue and Vic’s identity was revealed to Merry. Vic also discovered through the comicbook heroes code that Merry is actually Merry Pemberton, an heiress to the Pemberton Industries fortune.
Meanwhile, Tot is back at his apartment just in time to encounter environmental activism at Hub City University. Thinking Vic shouldn’t be the only hero in the bunch, he joins with Professor Jason Woodrue and the two teachers discuss plans over coffee and expensive liquor.
32 PGS./ Rated M for Mature Readers...$3.99

RED X #7
Written by Marjorie Liu
Plot by H-E-D
Art by Riley Rossmo
Dr. Emily Sung tells Red X what she knows of Meridian’s grand design.
It isn’t much, but it has something to do with the source of Xenothium, codenamed Nidhogg; it’s had many other names. The Sapphire of Ranagar. The Flame of Life. The Starheart.
Dick Grayson attempts to infiltrate the chambers of Marcus Moore, the Deadman, to learn more.
But, considering last issue’s shocking revelation, he might be playing right into their hands.
Because Meridian knows Red X is Dick Grayson. They’ve known the whole time.
And Dick has no idea.
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

Plotter: YOHEI72
Color Artist: F.C.O. PLASCENCIA
Mister Miracle can escape from a crippled space capsule shot into the sun (and he has), but after a day and a half on Twitter, he's locked himself out of his account. At least his Instagram is still working – but that turns out to be a mixed blessing when he accidentally posts some B&D photos taken with wife Big Barda. It's damage control time for his PR gurus, Candace Baptiste and Ira Zlotnik. So where are they? Oh. Kidnapped by Darkseid's bestial son Kalibak. Well, this is at least a familiar situation for Scott and Barda, if not for Candace and Ira. Social media is hard, but superheroics they know how to do.
And an unfamiliar situation unfolds for Hollywood director Austin Butler, as a mysterious figure intrudes into the prep for his upcoming comic book blockbuster Rise of the Night Ranger: Godfrey Gloriana, an “associate” of star/producer Kyle Mason, is suddenly everywhere, putting his very strange stamp on the casting, the production design, even the screenplay. More amazing yet, he's infiltrating his own people from Kyle's damned Apokoliptist religion into the crew. What's next? An Executive Producer credit?
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

Written by Kieron Gillen
Plot by H-E-D
Art by Stephanie Hans
Amazonia in crisis!
Diana and her compatriots have failed — Cantre’r Gwaelod has left the Union, and Berserker with it.
Meanwhile, Manõa is under siege as the Amazon Rainforest burns! Maria Mendoza calls upon Diana, Valkyrie and Kahina in for aid.
Ordinarily, the local Amazons would defend themselves, but their ranks have been devastated by a mysterious threat. Who or what is the Cybernary?
Zealot and Troia go to Bana-Mighdall to answer a mysterious request from Artemis.
Zealot has a secret of her own — a budding attraction to Kasia! But is the new Troia over her feelings for Diana?
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

Plotter: YOHEI72
Writer: TOM KING
Word spreads rapidly of the revelation about the eerie monstrosities known as the Gigglers – they appear to be animals, but under the surface, they're plants. At the moment when the villagers need to mount their defense against a new wave of the creatures, Brother Willam tells them they must purge the “witch” within their community whom he blames for creating and unleashing the Gigglers. That can only be Kaira, with her telepathic connection to plant life. Whether she, and perhaps the whole community, can survive the night may depend on whether the weakened Swamp Child can tap some vestige of his former strength.
32 PGS/RATED T+... $3.99

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Carol Ferris was a Star Sapphire, a member of the Violet Lantern Corps that travelled the cosmos rendering humanitarian aid to countless planets in the name of “love.” She was also Hal Jordan’s girlfriend. Yet she was neither of those things now. After losing her power ring, she returned to Earth and took an executive job at her father’s aviation company. But being the C.O.O. of Ferris Air left her unfulfilled. She yearned for more... for love. And she knew it was out there, in the stars. So Carol took a leap of faith and now finds herself on a new world and in the early stages of courtship with a dangerous, powerful new man.
Oh, the new world is Warworld and the new man... is Mongul!
Plotter: CaptCleghorn
Starring Vic Sage, Vicki Vale, and Merry, the Girl with a Googleples of Gimmicks
It’s Valentine’s Day. Vic has somehow (don’t ask us how, it’s a superhero comic book) gotten Vicki Vale to accept a dinner invitation. He’s managed to get a reservation far enough outside of Hub City to have an enjoyable evening. But Merry Pemberton has a job she needs Vic’s help with. Enjoy the behind the scenes attempts at messaging as a 19 year old heiress tries to get a cable TV host away from his dream date with a big name print journalist.
Will Vic’s date go well? Just answer the title question.
Written by Kieron Gillen
Plotted by H-E-D
Art by Jamie McKelvie
Once upon a time, there was light in Yolanda Montez’s life. She had the perfect life with her fiancé, the brilliant astrophysicist Bruce Gordon. They were falling in love, but now they’re only falling apart; Bruce has become possessed by the rogue embodiment of divine wrath, Eclipso! Is this the end of the line for their storybook romance? When he turns around, will she see her love, or the bright eyes of Eclipso?
(Jamie would like to apologize to Bonnie Tyler on behalf of the entire creative team for Kieron’s puns. Kieron, meanwhile, regrets nothing.)
Written by Auralnauts (Zak Koonce & Craven Moorhaus)
Plotted by H-E-D
Art by Adrian Alphona
Bane has conquered countless challenges. He was born in the dark; escaped prison; become the king of the free-style rap scene; become a peerless fitness guru; launched a career as a gaming streamer; broke the Batman. None among the League of Shadows is higher regarded. But when the mysterious and alluring Miranda Tate joins the League, Bane finds himself facing a foe he might not be able to overcome: Love.
69 PGs./Rated T+...$2.69