(Cover A Joelle Jones), $3.99
(W) Joëlle Jones (A) Fernando Blanco (A/CA) Joëlle Jones
Things have gone from bad to worse for Selina in Villa Hermosa. Her new city has taken away what little she was able to carry with her from Gotham, and her rap sheet offers scant protection when local crooks frame her for murdering two police officers. The law has caught up with her and Catwoman is in the clink, giving her time to reflect on her life and all the things that led her to Vila Hermosa. Turns out she didn't choose the move randomly or just to get away from the Batman. This special interlude issue takes us back in time to explode some previously unknown truth bombs from Selina Kyle's past. BATWOMAN artist Fernando Blanco joins Joëlle Jones to explore a couple of the early versions of Catwoman's nine lives.
Cursed Comics Cavalcade #1, $9.99
(W) James TynionIV, Becky Cloonan, Bryan Hill, Tim Seeley, Riley Rossmo, Gary Dauberman (A) Mark Buckingham, Becky Cloonan, Riley Rossmo, Ricardo Federici (CA) Doug Mahnke
Horror! Death! Uh...Face-punching! Witness ten all-new stories that promise to be the most terrifying, most shocking and most horrific comic that DC Comics has ever published! (Hyperbole much?) Batman, Wonder Woman, Guy Gardner, Swamp Thing, Zatanna and more of your favorite heroes face unspeakable horrors from the streets of Gotham City to the darkest sectors of the universe.
Detective Comics #990
(Cover A John Paul Leon), $3.99
(W) James Robinson (A) Stephen Segovia (CA) John Paul Leon
Batman is hot on the trail of a murder suspect, but first he'll have to get past Two-Face. Even though Harvey Dent seems to be asserting control, how long before he becomes a sociopathic criminal once again? More importantly, what is Dent's connection to the victim, and what does it all have to do with the terrorist organization of slithering serpents called Kobra?! Whatever it is, it's big enough to reunite Jim Gordon and former district attorney Harvey Dent, and that meeting alone is worth the cover price.
Batman's newest partner...Two-Face? As Harvey Dent's persona asserts fragile control over the villain's psyche, the Dark Knight, Commissioner Gordon and their ally-turned-enemy-turned-ally must work together to stop Kobra's terrorist attack against Gotham City.
(Cover A Dan Panosian), $3.99
(W) Joshua Williamson (A) Scott Kolins (CA) Dan Panosian
Things are about to get hot-very hot!-when Flash has to battle fire monsters generated by his longtime nemesis, Heat Wave. Unfortunately, the pilot light blew out in Mick Rory's head, because he's comatose from the effects of the Sage Force! How can the Scarlet Speedster reach his old frenemy and get him to put out the fire monsters? Looks like Commander Cold takes a demotion...so he can pretend to be Captain Cold and talk Heat Wave down!
(Cover A Bryan Hitch), $3.99
(W) Robert Venditti (A) Andrew Currie (A/CA) Bryan Hitch
The time-and-space-tossed Hawkman arrives at his latest destination, the sub-atomic world known as the Microverse. Luckily, he meets an old friend there-his longtime Justice League partner the Atom. Ray Palmer learns that the past lives of Carter Hall leave clues for the Winged Wonder to follow. Too bad the next clue leads them to a thinking planet known as Moz-Ga, who's thinking he'd like very much to destroy Hawkman and Atom!
House Of Whispers #2, $3.99
(W) Nalo Hopkinson (A) Dominike "Domo" Stanton (CA) Sean Andrew Murray
Erzulie shouldn't be in the Dreaming; in fact, she isn't really sure how she suddenly got stranded there. Worse, she soon learns that she is no longer connected to her worshippers, which, for a deity, means only one thing: death. Against the advice of Cain and Abel, Erzulie steers her houseboat back into the rip between the worlds in an effort to return to her realm. But how will she find her way back, and what danger lies ahead in the otherworldly waters she finds herself sailing?
Meanwhile, Latoya's sisters and her girlfriend watch her comatose body in the hospital, praying she'll wake up, not realizing they'd best be careful what they wish for...
Plastic Man #5 (Of 6), $3.99
(W) Gail Simone (A) Adriana Melo (CA) Tess Fowler
Eel O'Brian takes a flexible view of morality: you walk on your side of the line, he'll keep his feet on his (no promises about his hands, eyes, ears or midsection). That all stopped when his alter ego Plastic Man got suckered into the high-stakes world of super-heroic traitors and super-villainous cabals. Now he's gonna stiffen his spine, screw up his courage and take the law into his own hands. Or he's going to swat Queen Bee into next Tuesday with his fly-swatter hand. One or the other.
Red Hood Outlaw #27
(Cover A Pete Woods), $3.99
(W) Scott Lobdell (A/CA) Pete Woods
Everything changed for the Red Hood last issue. This time around, everything changes for Jason Todd! Devoid of partners and exiled from Gotham City, Jason gets a fateful message from the last person he expected to see again. The news he learns leaves him with no choice but to don the Red Hood mask once more and double down on his two-fisted crimefighting approach. Pray for whoever gets in Jason's way as "The Outlaw" kicks into high gear.
Scooby Apocalypse #30
(Cover A Patrick Olliffe & Tom Palmer), $3.99
(W) Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis (A/CA) Pat Olliffe, Tom Palmer
This Daphne-centric issue focuses on the history of our favorite monster-killing mistress, from her relationship with her unforgiving father to the tragic death of Fred Jones. But the past has come back to haunt Daphne in the form of a savage new monster that's hunting her. How can she survive a creature that feeds on her sorrow and guilt?
Suicide Squad #47
(Cover A Dan Panosian), $3.99
(W) Rob Williams (A) Philippe Briones (CA) Dan Panosian
While the rest of the Suicide Squad is busy with their undersea exploits in Atlantis, Amanda Waller ships Captain Boomerang down under on a mission to save his home country! Someone's planted nukes all across Australia, and it's up to Boomerang to hunt them down with an old friend from the Australian Secret Service. It's one last mission as Captain Boomerang: Agent of Oz, and he's got a license to give a bloke a right kicking!
(Cover A Stanley Artgerm Lau), $3.99
(W) Marc Andreyko (A) Kevin Maguire (CA) Stanley Lau
Supergirl's cosmic quest continues as she searches the galaxy for the truth about Rogol Zaar's connection to Krypton's destruction-and if there are any other culprits to be brought to justice. The library police are hot on Kara's trail after she breaks into the Green Lantern database on Mogo, but she's short on credits to pay the fine.
(Cover A Ivan Reis & Joe Prado), $3.99
(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Joe Prado, Ivan Reis
As Superman fights to protect the world from Rogol Zaar and the Kryptonian convicts trapped inside the Phantom Zone, the greatest minds on Earth devise a risky plan to return the planet from the deadly prison. With the Earth continuing to crack and crumble and its greatest heroes fall, can the Man of Steel hold the line and give his adopted world a chance to escape?
(Cover A Clayton Henry), $3.99
(W) Dan Abnett (A) Brent Peeples, Matt Santorelli (CA) Clayton Henry
Newly awakened metahuman Ionbound suffers a fateful transformation that rocks the Titans team to their core. If they can't save these Source Wall victims, what good is their latest mission? But does this development hold the key to helping them? Or is it a harbinger of more death and destruction to come? That's a lot of questions to answer; good thing there are two issues this month to cover all that ground!
Wildstorm Michael Cray #12, $3.99
(W) Bryan Hill (A) N. Steven Harris, Dexter Vines (CA) Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz
Michael Cray carries an alien intelligence in his mind. Diana Prince seeks an apocalypse. John Constantine wants to control them both. In Greece, death will find them all in the explosive conclusion to THE WILD STORM: MICHAEL CRAY.
Wonder Woman #56
(Cover A Yasmine Putri), $3.99
(W) James TynionIV (A) Emanuela Lupacchino, Ray McCarthy (CA) Yasmine Putri
"The Witching Hour" part two! The Justice League Dark barely escaped their first encounter with Hecate, but they know she'll be coming back for the power inside Wonder Woman. But what if Diana could tap into that power herself to take on Hecate directly?