Age of Marvels & New Dawn Wikia

Plotted by Deku
Written by Geoff Johns
Art by Gurihiru
Superman has escaped the Toyman’s toy town with help from the town's inhabitants and he is now on the hunt to find and stop the Toyman.
32 PGS./ Rated T...$2.99

Written By Malcolm Jones
Art By Ben Oliver
Plot By Marvell2100
Bat out of Africa!
Port city of Kimo: The night erupts into chaos as the vigilante known as Dawn arrives on the scene and attacks the Jackals! Special agents David Zivambe and Kia Okuru have been tracking the gang for months, hoping that they would have a chance to bring them down tonight and get dangerous weapons off the streets. Now that chance maybe lost as gunfire sprays across the docks. Dawn is a blur as she moves effortlessly, taking down gang members with ease. However a shot by Killian, leader of the Jackals, grazes her shoulder leaving her stunned. He raises his gun for a kill shot, when a whizzing bat-a-rang slices through the night cutting the gun in half. Everyone looks in stunned silence as a masked figure lands in the middle of the fight! There is a new hero in the Congo! Bat-Wing has arrived!
32 PGS./Rated T+...$3.99

Plotted by Clark_Kent
Written by Dan Jurgens
Art by Dan Jurgens & Jay Oliva
Dr. Hamilton is taken to Central City Hospital for treatment. Other than his erratic ramblings, he appears to be physically okay. Barry Allen, listening in on things, was able to identify a few words amongst the gibberish: "Codex"...."Phantom Zone"...."Kal-El"....
Batman follows the clues to Cape Town, South Africa. Expecting to find Lex Luthor, he instead finds a much more dangerous adversary - Deathstroke! It's been many years since these two have fought; both are now older. Wiser. As Batman pulls his batarangs, Deathstroke unsheaths his sword...and the fight begins!
Finally, in London at a gala, Diana Prince receives a letter by messenger. She must return home to Themyscira, Hippolyta is sick.
24PGS / Rated T+ / $2.99

Plotter: Marvell2100
Writer: Jeff Lemire
Artist: Andrea Sorrentino
Tigers' Claw vs Thundering Rhino Horn: Fight!!!
Naomi and Jax just wanted to pick a few pockets, steal some things and make a few bucks so they could get out of Queenstown. Things were going great until they were spotted by the high priced guns from Cadmus. Sure, they were herded into a secluded alley but they had everything under control. Then some nut job comes out of nowhere and goes off like Donnie Yen in IP Man and tore into those thugs! He was a blur, doing all kinds of crazy moves wading through those mooks like they were a bunch of amateurs instead of deadly professionals! Naomi and Jax thought that they could just slip away but this guy was quick and caught up to them before they could get far. So now, they're gonna have to use their powers and get rid of this "Kung-Fu" knock off before more of Cadmus' hired guns show up!
32 PGS./Rated T+...2.99

Plotted by Deku
Written by Ed Brubaker
Art by Michael Lark
Case of the Puzzler-Part 3
The Riddler and the Puzzler have set a competition to see which one of them is a true criminal genius. Two bodies have been set in identical buildings. The only difference between this is one is in the middle of an elaborate Puzzle and the other is in front of a Riddle. Whichever one of them is captured first loses. It is up to Batman and Robin to find and capture these criminal maniacs.
32 PGS./ Rated T...$2.99

The Central Intelligence Agency has been funneling resources into an operation in Africa’s Congo Basin - an operation that technically doesn’t exist. Agent King Faraday believes this proves the CIA has been infiltrated by clandestine conspirators. To that end, he’s leveraging his media connection, Iris West, to gain the services of the fastest reconnaissance scout alive - the Flash! Just what are they hiding in that jungle, and why are they doing it?
Flash Fact: An adult gorilla is nine times stronger than an average man and can easily bend iron.
In their tongue, it is Uhuhahh. We would call it Gorilla City. It is home to a group of super-intelligent and highly advanced Gorillas, with some of its denizens so hyper-evolved that they’ve developed telepathic abilities. Unprepared to be faster than the speed of thought, Barry’s mind is ensnared - he’s made a puppet, and forced to kneel... kneel before Grodd!
The Light. Known by many names, among them Illuminati, this secret society has existed since time immemorial. It has manipulated events of global significance with the goal of ensuring that humanity evolves “properly.” There are thirty-six ranks within the Light, each with a number of members corresponding to the level of rank: two L2s, three L3s, etcetera. This means there are always 666 active members. General Abioye Ezekwesili is one of the most powerful men in Africa. He is an L36. And he’s been instructed to use his considerable power to eliminate certain liabilities in the region, specifically a rouge spy and a medaling reporter! With their speedster protector occupied, Faraday and Iris are targeted for elimination - and those orders come directly from the Lord of the Light, L1... the immortal Vandal Savage!
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

Written by MARK MILLAR
People of Kungoirus, a Starro warning has been issued for your system by the Green Lantern Corps. Your local governments are mandating immediate evacuation. A temporary reception center has been established on Lantern Station 1701-A. Stay tuned to local media sources and the Interstellar News Network for further instructions.
A full-scale Starro invasion is akin to a planet-wide natural disaster. You cannot fight it, you can only hope to flee before it arrives. Typically your world’s greatest defenders have already been subjugated by advance infiltrators, leaving you vulnerable. When Starro itself finally arrives, your sun is blocked out by millions of starfish spores, each seeking a living being to mentally enslave. Your friends who are struck first turn against you, becoming instruments of Starro’s will. It is a nightmare that has happened to twelve entire galaxies already, and Kungoirus is the next inhabited planet in Starro’s projected path. As Kilowog supervises the evacuation, he’s left pondering Starro’s strange behavior - its forces have been idle for an unusual amount of time. What, or who, is it waiting for?
On Oa, Ganthet points to a harassment complaint filed by Despero and insists Hal Jordan cease his investigation into the politically-influential Kalanorian. But Hal knows Despero is dirty... will he take desperate measures to uncover the truth?
Meanwhile, Despero finds it increasingly difficult to secretly operate his criminal enterprises. He wants Jordan off his back. He needs him distracted. To that end, he sells a particularly dangerous WMD to the government of Klackdor VII, rivals of Klackdor VI. Good thing the Klackdor system is far from Kalanor, because Despero doesn’t want to be anywhere near where those fools open the stasis chamber that holds... Doomsday!
Plus, John Stewart always tries to work with local law enforcement. When on Earth, it usually means he works with United States Director of Homeland Security John Jones - better known to a select handful as J'onn J'onzz the Martian Manhunter! The shapeshifter from the red planet is keen to protect Earth from alien threats... and a big one just landed in Stewart’s hometown of Detroit!
32 PGs./Rated T+ …$2.99

Plotted by Clark_Kent
Written by Grant Morrison
Art by Kenneth Rocafort
"Reign" Part 3
It took some convincing from Steel, but Superboy eventually accepted what Henshaw was telling him. Together, the 3 of them travel to Australia to locate the Eradicator, who has been trying to carve out a home for himself. The Eradicator tells them he was aware of the Multiverse, and even knows how to reach an alternate Earth, though the journey will be difficult. He tells them of his time at S.T.A.R. Labs, when he was bonded to Dr. David Connor, and that he knew an intern at the time named Cisco Ramon who had the meta ability to open portals, or "breaches". Upon arriving at STAR, Cisco refuses Henshaw's request for help but gives John Henry blueprints on how to build a quantum bridge. This bridge, according to Cisco, should allow the Supermen to travel to an alternate universe.
Back at SteelWorks, John Henry is busy building the machine when suddenly Henshaw cries out in pain! Something, or someone, has entered his circuitry...his cybernetic mind is flooded with images, sounds, binary's too much to process. Henshaw crumples into a heap on the floor.
From the Cybernetic Memory Journal of Hank Henshaw:
I awaken to see the others huddled over me. The "Man of Steel" John Henry Irons, the Superboy, and the Eradicator. They are all eager to know what just happened, as am I...but it will take some time to manage the images, sounds, and binary code that I have received. But who sent them? And why? I get the feeling, insomuch that I still feel, that I am not the only being to receive these images. These...visions. Of the future? Of the past?
I saw Teri, my wife. Dead for years now. But she was...happy. I saw the Bat from Gotham, but older than I know him, traversing an apocalyptic wasteland, scanning the skies for trouble. I saw Steel, his suit in pieces, staring down an unknown foe in front of him. I saw what I believe to be an entire universe in its death throes, and I saw......something else. Something...glimmering. Could it be an Object of Power?
48pg / Rated T+ / $3.99

Written by: JEFF PARKER
Plot by: LEE STONE
"Into Pandora's Box"
Pandora welcomes her new cosmic powers and puts them to the test by helping Adam Strange find the Weird.
And then she seemingly erases him from existence.
As the new level of power begins to slowly overwhelm Pandora, she exhibits an increasingly dangerous form of OCD and begins tucking people, creatures and planets into a cosmic 'bag of holding' to de-clutter the universe.
Can the team stop her before she wipes out the galaxy?
32 PGs./ Rated T...$3.99

Written by: BRIAN BENDIS
Plot by: LEE STONE
"Power Up!"
Someone is selling superpowers on the streets and the price people are paying is death.
The powers given are draining the people's life energy and it's being siphoned off to charge an ancient spell.
The Outsiders are in over their heads on a case that they can't just ignore.
And one of them may not make it through unchanged.
32 PGs./ Rated T...$3.99

Plotted by Lorec
Written by Mark Waid
Art by David Finch
The Man in Black Part 2 of 3
More deaths have happened due to P&P overdoses. With the increase in victims, Tim has managed to snag a sample for study. Results show the drug operates in 2 phases. Phase 1 is Pleasure, just a feeling of being well, being in a good mood, happy, and is extremely addictive. Phase 1 lasts roughly 45 to 60 minutes, depending on the user. Phase 2 is Pain and happens as the user is coming down from their high. This can take about 30 minutes to go through. The danger here is that in some users, the pain is so great that they go into shock, which can kill them. They are also prone to violent outbursts, usually tied to wanting more P&P. Users that survive the initial experience want more and thus the cycle of highs and lows begins. And the more they take to get the Pleasure, the greater the Pain is, resulting in death.
But before Tim can release his findings, a man in black appears on the internet and TV announcing those exact same findings, his name is Moses Black. He's a hobby scientist but with his findings confirmed by California State Police, he gains all the credibility he needs. Little does anyone know, he's behind P&P.
Meanwhile, a Daggette Chemicals warehouse is suddenly bustling with activity at night in San Francisco. The former homeless people of Berkeley now have someplace to go and work to do.
From the diary of Tim Drake - October 20XX
This P&P stuff is like nothing I've ever seen. The pleasure sensors appear to go off the charts and the same is true the other way for the pain receptors. It's like whoever developed this drug knew exactly what they were doing. The question is, why?
On another note, patrolling with Steph has yielded nothing. Not that patrolling with her isn't great on its own, but I never realized how much I enjoyed being out there. Maybe once we deal with this P&P thing, we can patrol more often.
32 pages/$2.99

Plotter: CaptCleghorn
“Do You Think You’re What They Say You Are?”
In a world of superheroes and known aliens, there are different conspiracy theories. One popular theory is that the universe is rewriting itself as a result of cosmic manipulations. A multiversal crisis can occur and change your life dramatically. There are those who claim to experience memories of lives unlived. Social Media groups discuss their thoughts and sometimes get together to compare notes.
A man named Baron Winters (whether Baron is a title or his name is unknown) has a small mansion a few miles outside of Hub City. For a price, he claims to allow others to walk into previously existing realities through the rooms in his home. Vicki Vale has been assigned the story of uncovering Winters’ claims. Vic has decided to go undercover and test the theories himself. But he’s bringing his new cybernetic dog Bandit along as an undercover service animal
And when we lose a dog, we may post signs around the neighborhood or to post something on social media. The mysterious high-tech Aquarius corporation does something else altogether [cue dangerous music here].
32 PGS./ Rated M for Mature Readers...$2.99

RED X #3
Written by Marjorie Liu
Plot by H-E-D
Art by Riley Rossmo
Thanks to his xenothium-powered equipment, Dick Grayson succeeded in his mission – and found the experience more thrilling than he cares to admit.
With the invisible Doctor Süskind in tow, Red X is invited at last to the headquarters of Meridian: Náströnd.
Located in an inconspicuous corner of Siberia, what seems to any unknowing onlooker to be an old abandoned well gives way to a vast underground complex.
One thing is instantly apparent: Meridian is no arms dealer. But then, what are they?
Dick’s mission transforms from a simple arms bust to long-term espionage. Nightwing is staying dead for far longer than Dick planned.
Náströnd’s halls are filled not with rough and tumble Russian mafia, but scientists and scholars, shuffling between rooms marked only with symbols — skulls, stars, dragons.
Freshly minted as an Agent of Meridian, Dick finds himself under the command of Meridian’s head of special operations, Marcus Moore — the Deadman.
Among his fellow agents are two young metahumans: Jennifer “Jade” Yifei, and her brother Todd, “Obsidian”.
Dick can tell they lack the same conviction as the other agents — but Red X can’t dare explore that line of thinking without risking exposure.
Red X gains the acquaintance of a Dr. Emily Sung. But is she friend or foe?
Dick Grayson is in the lion’s den now. There are eyes everywhere, and nobody he can trust. Will he make it out alive?
And why is part of him so eager for his next mission?
32 PGS./ Rated T+…$2.99

Written by Kieron Gillen
Plot by H-E-D
Art by Stephanie Hans
Diana attempts to reason with Nemesis, but whether or not her targets are the guilty party doesn’t seem to be a matter of debate for her.
The Wonder Woman manage to draw Nemesis’ attention away from civilians by proclaiming themselves representatives of Amazonia. (After all, that was the grudge that got her locked up, so it’s a bit of a sore spot for her)
When Ares’ children threatened Thymescira, Diana showed that love is the best way to stop a rampaging god.
But it doesn’t seem there’s much love to go around for vengeance incarnate!
Shocking, really.
And Troia, aka Diana’s ex girlfriend Kasia, isn’t in a mood to hear Wonder Woman give a lecture on love. It’s all kinds of awkward.
Etta Candy comes in with an uncanny suggestion that might just save the day: if they’re representing Amazonia, excuses won’t solve anything.
But if they own their s#!% and apologize? That might make an impact.
Diana must convince her fellow warriors to sacrifice their pride to save the day.
Even if she succeeds, the question remains: with her prison destroyed, what will become of Nemesis?
32 PGS./ Rated T+…$2.99

Plotter: YOHEI72
Writer: TOM KING
The Green God's mind is a maelstrom of rage, grief and fragments of shattered memory – and Kaira is lost inside it, like a boat on a storm-tossed sea. Outside their shared mindscape, she is lost in the Swamp as well, and the two of them are not alone. A pack of Gigglers, the grotesque, ravening beasts that roam this wilderness, are closing in. Kaira will have to find a way to communicate with the powerful entity that she has become bonded to, and fast – for he's the only thing that might save her.
32 PGS/RATED T+... $3.99

Plotted by Lorec
Written by Gail Simone
Art by Ed Benes
Recruitment Part 2 of 3
“Hello Lex. What do you want?”
“I want you to be my Head of Acquisitions…and steal things for me in your off time.” – Exchange between Lex and Selina
She should know better. Lex can’t be trusted, everyone knows that. What did he promise her? That’s what is going through the mind of Noah Kuttler when word reaches him that Catwoman is working for Lex Luthor under her real name. The Calculator just can’t figure it out. What is Lex up to? Is he really trying to go legit? He’ll get his answer soon enough. Lex wants a meeting with him next.
From the files of Lex Luthor
Noah Kuttler/The Calculator (Head of Strategy) – Admittedly, I don’t know much about Noah personally…except his name is stupid. Despite that, Noah appears to be extremely intelligent and his connections to various criminals as an information broker will prove useful. He also led the Society, coordinating all major heists. It’s no small feat getting a bunch of villains to work together. No doubt that by now, Noah has taken notice of what I’m doing and won’t be surprised by an offer.
32 pages/$2.99


Written by H. G. WELLS
The Speed Force. It binds and connects all speedsters, giving them incredible powers... but that connection goes beyond even death. Speed Force Ghosts are real, and on one Halloween in the 25th Century, a young Michael Jon Carter is haunted by the Speed Force Ghost... of Barry Allen! The underperforming night watchmen at a prominent museum, Carter is terrified by the spectral speedster! Why is he there? What does he want? And how can the once and future “Booster Gold” make him go away?

Art by JOCK
A baby. A mound of hay in a barn. A Doomsday monster. Smallville on fire. Zod, returned. A baby, rises. A League, defeated. A monster laughs. Phantoms. Helpless. Lois Lane. Powerless. A baby cries. A friend dies. The Key, safe? The world is engulfed in flame, and blood. The dead dance tonight...
Clark Kent awakens in a cold sweat. It was just a nightmare...wasn't it?

Written by H. P. LOVECRAFT
On Hallow’s Eve, day of the dead...
Lanterns must have the ability to overcome great fear, and that ability is about to be put to the test...
A house appears that’s formed from dread...
A strange construct has manifested itself over Saturn - what appears to be an old Victorian House, simply floating in space.
Heed this warning, do not go near...
Guy Gardner finds himself in unlikely company as Sinestro also arrives to investigate the frightful anomaly. But can even they survive... an entire night inside?
Beware it’s horror, the House of Fear!

Plotter: MARVELL2100
She awakes at the bottom of a dark hole to the overwhelming stench of death! Her eyes are shut tight because she is too afraid to look. She reaches out with her hands and feels something soft and squishy. There has to be some way out. she begins to crawl, the smell getting worse. The buzzing of flies are all around her as they crawl all over her dirty, blood-crusted face. As she wipes the blood and flies from her face, she unintentionally opens her eyes and sees the horror surrounding her. She is buried under a thousand rotting, dead bodies whose overpowering stench has caused her to involuntarily vomit, over and over. She remembers how she got her and she remembers who she is. Her name is Sokura Kobiku, an ordinary housewife that had the misfortune of being killed by the assassin Connor Hawke. She will crawl over the body of every corpse, swallow every bit of decomposing flesh until she crawls free from hell! And when she is free, Connor Hawk will know the touch of Red Death![

Written by Warren Ellis
Plot by H-E-D
Art by Kim Jung Gi
Cyborg, the techno-organic Titan, has spent years trying to reconcile his new body with who he once was.
He’s finally reached that inner peace, but he’s about to face a threat unlike anything he’s dealt with before.
On Halloween night, Vic finds himself stranded in the middle of a dark forest, miles from any technology.
Inconvenience turns to peril as he comes under attack – from the forest itself!
Cyborg has earned the wrath of Blackbriar Thorn, Ivy Pepper, Scarlet Rose and Tumbleweed — avatars of the sinister side of the Green, the Parliament of Thorns!
Was he just in the wrong place at the wrong time, or is there something more nefarious at work here?
How can Cyborg defeat a foe he can’t hack?
Can he escape this haunted forest alive?

Written by Rainbow Rowell
Plot by H-E-D
Art by Kris Anka
Cassie Sandsmark, Wonder Girl, and her sister Kitty, Wondercat, decide to go Trick-or-Treating one last time.
(Cassie’s costume is Supergirl and Kitty’s is Batwoman, in case you were curious)
But what was meant as a chance to wear costumes recreationally for once turns out to be a horror show, as Jump City is terrorized by the mad marauder known as Psycho-Pirate!
Bad enough to have to face Psycho-Pirate and his Medusa Mask, but he’s accompanied by his new sidekick: Psycho-Parrot!
We know that sounds silly, but trust us that she’s no laughing matter!
(Psycho-Parrot does laugh though. It’s a very evil laugh, and sounds exactly like Psycho-Pirate’s. We don’t have to explain that bit, do we?)
As the city descends into induced rioting and pandemonium, its up to the Wonder Girls to stop the villains. But between the Pirate’s emotional manipulation, and Parrot’s uncanny power and technique mimicry, that’s easier said than done.
Can they save the day, or will madness claim them first?

THE QUESTION’s cast in “Who isn’t giving out full size bars this year?”
Plotter: CaptCleghorn
Writer and Artist Steve Ditko
Aristotle “Tot” Rodor is one of Hub City University’s star professors. His work in research and his ability to spark curiosity and learning are legendary. However, there is one accomplish that has forever remained out of his reach. Every year, students at HCU pull a prank for Halloween. It is, by all accounts, harmless except for the prank’s audacity and magnitude. Tot has been unable to ascertain the trick no matter what methods of investigation he’s used.
Enter Jason Woodrue, another PhD in the field of plant biology who’s in his first semester teaching at HCU. Together, can two frustrated brilliant college science professors discover the mischievous plans of spoiled rich kids?
138 PGs./Rated T+ …$6.66