He's Got Issues #208.2: DC Comics, 11/14/18

New Releases from DC Comics for November 14, 2018

Catwoman #5

(Cover A Joelle Jones), $3.99

(W) Joelle Jones (A/CA) Joelle Jones

A secret hideout is supposed to be just that-secret. So how did her new villain's criminal crew know where to plant an explosive in Selina's new pad? As if that blow-up weren't bad enough, the cops come calling and arrest Selina for murder. Locked up without bail, Catwoman finds that she isn't very popular in jail, and must fight the other inmates just to stay alive and avoid a shiv. Will she make a deal with her new nemesis, that cagey Creel, or is orange the new black for Selina's foreseeable future?

Detective Comics #992

(Cover A Carmine Di Giandomenico), $3.99

(W) James Robinson (A/CA) Carmine Giandomenico

There's a new Dynamic Duo in Gotham City-introducing Batman and Two-Face! What the what?! The Dark Knight is forced to team with old friend and current enemy Harvey Dent to stop a Kobra-sponsored terrorist attack. Can Batman really trust his life to a coin flip? Even worse, Bats and Two-Face are of two minds over recruiting the two Fireflies for help-if Batman's gonna work with so many villains, he may as well join the Legion of Doom.

Electric Warriors #1 (Of 6)

(Cover A Travel Foreman), $3.99

(W) Steve Orlando (A/CA) Travel Foreman

A new tale of the future DC Universe, set in a previously unexplored timeline-the Cosmic Dark Age!

Years after the Great Disaster, the Earth has started to rebuild and rejoin the universal coalition. In order to prevent a galactic war, different worlds throughout the known cosmos have created a new system of competitive combat to give each participating planet their own voice in the intergalactic struggle. Each world has one diplomatic gladiator, chosen to possess the Electric Seed and fight for their homeland as the Electric Warrior! Each fighter forsakes their personal life in the name of peace.

So what happens when Earth can't choose a single combatant and sends two instead? The bruiser War Cry represents the humans of Earth, while Deep Dweller, a shape-shifter from the Octopus Tribe, represents the animal kingdom. Can they maintain one common goal, or will they tear Earth's tenuous coexistence to shreds and destroy the rest of the universe with it? Oh, and War Cry also has a powerful relic from Earth's past: Superman's cape!

Flash #58

(Cover A Rafa Sandoval & Jordi Tarragona), $3.99

(W) Joshua Williamson (A) Rafa Sandoval (CA) Rafael Sandoval (A/CA) Jordi Tarragona

"FORCE QUEST" part one! Following "Flash War," Barry Allen remains the Flash, but he's no longer the Fastest Man Alive! With Hunter Zolomon on the run, and new forces such as the Strength, Sage and Still Forces unleashed on the Multiverse, Barry must leave Central City behind and travel the world to learn the secret history of the Speed Force.

Hawkman #6

(Cover A Bryan Hitch), $3.99

(W) Robert Venditti (A/CA) Bryan Hitch

Good things really do come in small packages! Longtime wingmen Hawkman and the Atom (Ray Palmer) continue their battle against the rampaging Moz-Ga in the depths of the Microverse, and though the heroes have shrunk, the stakes are enormous! That fateful battle leads our heroes to the next clue in Hawkman's quest, one that will finally reveal the secret of his origin!

House Of Whispers #3

$3.99

(W) Nalo Hopkinson (A) Dominike "Domo" Stanton (CA) Sean Andrew Murray

What doctors are calling "Cotard's Delusion"-the disease Latoya contracted from the mysterious book-is beginning to spread across the Waking World, trapping the souls of its victims in the Dreaming, so that their corporeal bodies are mere husks, waiting for death to take them. Likewise, Erzulie is still trapped within the Dreaming, and her personality begins to shift, expressing fewer of her love-and -desire qualities, and developing more of her warrior persona, known as Erzulie Dantor. She may not be looking for a fight, but what function does a warrior have outside of battle?

Mister Miracle #12 (Of 12)

(Cover A Nick Derington), $3.99

(W) Tom King (A) Mitch Gerads (CA) Nick Derington

It'll be a miracle if you can get through this mind-bending conclusion with your sanity intact! After his epic battle with Darkseid, Scott Free sees life a whole new way: he's the new Highfather of New Genesis, and he's madly in love with his wife and child. But what if it's all a lie? Did Mister Miracle really escape death way back in issue #1? No one really knows but Tom King and Mitch Gerads!

Plastic Man #6 (Of 6)

$3.99

(W) Gail Simone (A) Adriana Melo (CA) Jason Badower

It all ends here! Will Plastic Man survive an attack by...another Plastic Man? And if he manages that, will he survive a face-off against the super-villain who set up that first battle? And what about the rest of the super-cabal standing by to see the outcome of those fights? And then...you know what? Let's have some faith in Mr. O'Brian, who has eeled his way out of all sorts of trouble so far.

Red Hood Outlaw #28

(Cover A Pete Woods), $3.99

(W) Scott Lobdell (A/CA) Pete Woods

Welcome to the Underlife, Jason Todd-you probably won't survive! Banished from Gotham City and estranged from the Outlaws, Red Hood takes up residence in Appleton, a would-be American town that's a secret haven for the criminal operators. When RH gets his hands on a crowbar and starts handing out some bloody justice, it really stirs up the hornet's nest. And when a new Underlife member is introduced, Jason's gonna get stung by the trouble he caused.

Scooby Apocalypse #31

(Cover A Patrick Olliffe & Tom Palmer), $3.99

(W) Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis (A/CA) Pat Olliffe, Tom Palmer

Fred is alive?! Or is he something else...whatever he is, he's not the same man he once was. What happened to him? Where has he been? And how will his return affect Daphne, Scooby and the gang? All answers revealed in this issue...

Suicide Squad #48

(Cover A David Williams), $3.99

(W) Rob Williams (A) Scott Hanna, Diogenes Neves (CA) David Williams

"SQUAD ON TRIAL" starts here! When Amanda Waller awakens in prison, brain bomb implanted in her head in an ironic twist, there's only one man who can save her-but does Rick Flag WANT to? Even if Rick could climb out of the whiskey bottle he's hiding in, swimming in guilt for allowing his former teammates to die, why would he save Waller, when the Task Force X mastermind might be responsible for those very teammates' deaths? All this while Killer Croc contemplates if life is even worth living...

Supergirl #24

(Cover A Evan Doc Shaner), $3.99

(W) Marc Andreyko (A/CA) Evan Shaner

Supergirl goes bar-hopping...in space! Hot on the trail of Rogol Zaar, Supergirl is on the hunt for the Krypton killer's mysterious cohorts known as the Circle. That quest finds the Maid of Might kicking over rocks at a scuzzy intergalactic dive bar, where she runs into Ambush Bug of all people-not to mention a wretched hive of scum and villains who want to kill her, too. But before Supergirl can track down Krypton's former location, her suit's yellow sun energy starts to run out, which is going to leave her gasping in the vacuum of space!

Superman #5

(Cover A Ivan Reis & Joe Prado), $3.99

(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Joe Prado, Ivan Reis

What could tempt Kryptonian criminal General Zod to reenter the Phantom Zone after years of imprisonment? As Superman tries to free himself from the Kryptonian jail and fight off the monster who destroyed Krypton, Zod returns to face Rogol Zaar and get vengeance for his dead world and its lost potential.

Titans #29

(Cover A Brandon Peterson), $3.99

(W) Dan Abnett (A) Minkyu Jung (CA) Brandon Peterson

"MAROONED" part one! After their battle with Storrm above the Drowned Earth, the Titans find themselves lost...in space! Stranded on an alien planet-far away from their Earthbound responsibilities, with no means of getting home-they're forced to fight against an enemy that has been lurking in the shadows since the inception of this version of the Titans: their own inner demons. And maybe some outer demons as well!

Wonder Woman #58

(Cover A Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson), $3.99

(W) G. Willow Wilson (A) Cary Nord (CA) Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson

"THE JUST WAR" part one! A new era of Wonder Woman begins as best-selling writer G. Willow Wilson (Ms. Marvel) makes her return to DC with art star Cary Nord (Conan, THE UNEXPECTED) joining the series!

Far below Themyscira, Ares, the God of War, has been imprisoned for generations, repenting his past sins. But his new cellmate Grail may have an unexpected effect on him...and the plan they've come up with will change Themyscira-and the world- forever! When Wonder Woman rushes to Eastern Europe to rescue Steve Trevor from a mission gone wrong, she'll find herself face-to-face with a very new, very different God of War!

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