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DC Reboot – The Final Six

It's official, I've found the one book I'm not buying for sure from the DC Reboot and it's Superman: The Man of Tomorrow written and drawn by George Perez. I'm sorry, but I'm really not interested. Just as I finished saying DC was waiting to do Superman last, they go and do Superman last. I'm not even counting at this point, but I'm pretty sure we're to 52. If not, then everyone's burned out anyways so just give it a rest DC.

I am interested in the new Suicide Squad starring a very revamped Harley Quinn. Hopefully they'll do something more with her than try and copy the cartoon series and pigeon hole her into every team book, cross-over crapfest they've done in the past (ie. Gotham Sirens and Countdown). Also Blue Beetle is sticking around and surprisingly it's not Ted Cord. At least now we don't have to listen to Booster Gold whine about his dead friend that no longer exists in the universe.

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Harley Quinn! Deadshot! King Shark! They’re a team of death-row super villains recruited by the government to take on missions so dangerous – they’re sheer suicide! Who will be the first to crack under the pressure? Find out in SUICIDE SQUAD #1, written by Adam Glass (FLASHPOINT: LEGION OF DOOM) with art by Marco Rudy (THE SHIELD).

It’s not easy being Jaime Reyes. He has to deal with high school, family and all the drama that comes with being a teenager. Also, he’s linked to a powerful scarab created by an alien race who seek to subjugate planets – or annihilate them. It’s up to one teen hero to turn this instrument of destruction into a force for good in BLUE BEETLE #1, written by Tony Bedard (GREEN LANTERN CORPS) and illustrated by Ig Guara (FLASHPOINT: GRODD OF WAR) and Ruy Jose.

Here's the Superman announcements, but you only get the Supergril pic again!

They thought he was just a failed experiment, grown from a combination of Kryptonian and human DNA. But when the scope of his stunning powers was revealed, he became a deadly weapon. SUPERBOY #1 will be written by Scott Lobdell with art by R.B. Silva and Rob Lean.

Supergirl’s got the unpredictable behavior of a teenager, the same powers as Superman and none of his affection for the people of Earth. Writers Michael Green and Mike Johnson (Smallville, SUPERMAN/BATMAN) will team up with artist Mahmud Asrar to give a new take on the teenager from Krypton in SUPERGIRL #1.

What is Superman’s startling new status quo? How does it affect his friends, loved ones and his job at The Daily Planet? Find out in SUPERMAN #1, written by legendary comics creator George Perez (CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, NEW TEEN TITANS and WONDER WOMAN) and illustrated by Jesus Merino.

A new era of DC Comics begins as the longest-running monthly comic of all time releases its first issue #1 since 1938. This September, New York Times bestselling writer Grant Morrison (ALL-STAR SUPERMAN) joins with sensational artist Rags Morales to bring you tales of The Man of Tomorrow unlike any you’ve ever read before in ACTION COMICS #1. This momentous first issue will set in motion the history of the DC Universe as Superman defends a world that doesn’t trust their first Super Hero. The first Action Comics #1 is now the most sought-after comic book of all time. This September, one of comics’ most imaginative storytellers will make history again in Grant Morrison and Rags Morales’ ACTION COMICS #1.

Okay you get this one again because it's so amazing!


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