Thursday, August 23, 2007

Teen Titans In November

DC has provided CBR News with their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in November of 2007.

Written by Sean McKeever
Art by Alé Garza & Marlo Alquiza
Cover by Garza & Scott Williams
"The Titans of Tomorrow...Today!" goes full throttle in its penultimate chapter! As Robin descends into darkness, it falls to the rest of the Teen Titans to take on not only Starro and its minions, but also the Titans of Tomorrow?and their newfound friends!
On sale November 28 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Written by Judd Winick
Art and cover by Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund
Titans Tower is back up and running on the East Coast as Judd Winick, Ian Churchill and Norm Rapmund assemble an explosive new team of Titans under the leadership of Cyborg! But their first mission may be their last as powerful forces gather to destroy all Titans past and future!
On sale November 14 o 48 pg, FC, $3.99 US

Written by J. Torres
Art and cover by Sanford Green & Nathan Massengill
Warriors from the Fourth World are coming for Wonder Girl and the demigods living on Earth. But when the fight is brought from the skies to her home, one of her families will fall!
On sale November 14 o 3 of 6 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Written by Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning
Art and cover by Mike McKone & Lanning
Dr. Light is back - and he's got the Titans on his side! Identity Crisis showed how evil Dr. Light could be, but writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning and fan-favorite artist Mike McKone take him to a new level in this stand-alone special issue guest-starring Steel!
On sale November 28 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Written by Mark Waid
Art by George Pérez & Bob Wiacek
Cover by Pérez
A virtually unstoppable force has driven the Doom Patrol to the brink of destruction and despair! And why is The Flash the only hero who can possibly stand between them and utter chaos?
On sale November 21 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Written by Mark Waid and John Rogers
Art by Daniel Acuña and Doug Braithwaite
Cover by Manuel Garcia
The unstable powers of Wally West's growing children reach a terrifying new level! And in the backup feature, "The Fast Life," by Mark Waid, John Rogers amd Doug Braithwaite, the compelling tale of Wally's family's life on a Flash-friendly alien world continues.
On sale November 21 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

ROBIN #168

Written by Peter Milligan
Art by Freddie Williams II
Covers by Andy Kubert
A special issue written by Peter Milligan (X-Men, X-Statix) kicks off the 7-part "Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul," crossing over with the Batman family of books! Readers discovered in last month's BATMAN #670 that Ra's al Ghul has returned from the dead! What does Ra's resurrection have to do with Batman's son, Damian? And more important, why does this send Damian toward a head-on collision with Robin at Wayne Manor? Guest starring Talia al Ghul and the Sensei!
Retailers please note: This issue will feature two covers that may be ordered separately. For every 10 copies of the Standard Edition (featuring a cover by Andy Kubert), retailers may order one Variant Edition (featuring a pencils-only version of the same art by Andy Kubert). See the Previews Order Form for more information.
On sale November 7 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Written by Fabian Nicieza
Art by Don Kramer & Wayne Faucher
Cover by Tony S. Daniel & Jonathan Glapion
"The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul," Part 2 of 7! Could it be? Nightwing and Robin fighting side by side with Damian? Will the combined might of Batman's three "sons" be enough to overcome the machinations of the newly reborn Ra's al Ghul? And what will Nightwing do when Robin is tempted with an offer he can't refuse? Guest starring Talia al Ghul and the Sensei!
On sale November 14 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Story by Paul Dini
Breakdowns by Keith Giffen
25 script by Adam Beechen and art by Carlos Magno
24 script by Justin Gray & Jimmy Palmiotti and art by Al Barrionuevo
23 script by Paul Dini and art by Tom Derenick
22 script by Tony Bedard and art by Manuel Garcia
Covers 25, 24 and 22 by Claudio Castellini; Cover 23 by J.G. Jones
The countdown continues with a new name and even bigger thrills! Karate Kid makes it to the bunker in Blüdhaven and confronts both Firestorm and the Atomic Knights! Jimmy Olsen enslaved on Apokolips! Mary Marvel not enslaved on Apokolips! The Monitor, Jason Todd and Donna Troy home in on Ray Palmer's trail! Desaad takes control! Lex Luthor kidnapped - but by whom? Trickster and Piper: One will live?one will die! And Mister Mxyzptlk explains it all! Plus, more DC VILLAINS origin backup stories, including: Desaad and Mr. Mxyzptlk!
COUNTDOWN 25 on sale November 7 o COUNTDOWN 24 on sale November 14 COUNTDOWN 23 on sale November 21 o COUNTDOWN 22 on sale November 28 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Written by Adam Beechen and Justin Gray
Art by Eddy Barrows & Julio Ferreiro
and Fabrizio Fiorentino
Cover by Eddy Barrows & Oclair Albert
In this issue's lead story, the Healers have arrived to "sterilize" the planet Earth and stop the contamination that's plaguing the planet. But what does this mean to Starfire and Animal Man?
And in the backup, Forerunner battles magic versions of DCU heroes on the Conjuror's world. Meet Batmage, master of the Dark Arts, Kal-El, wielder of Kryptonian magics, and Lady Flash, keeper of the Speed Force.
On sale November 28 o 4 of 8 o 48 pg, FC, $3.99 US

Written by Brian Augustyn
Art by Greg Tocchini
Cover by Dustin Nguyen
The quest heats up as one of the Challengers of the Beyond becomes an enemy. Plus, could finding Ray Palmer prove fatal?
For a signed edition, please see the Dynamic Forces section of Previews.
On sale November 21 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Written by Peter Johnson
Art and cover by Kelley Jones
Will the Challengers of the Beyond become legends on a world ruled by vampires? Or will one of them become a threat to the rest of the team?
On sale November 7 o 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US



  • At 12:41 PM, Anonymous Mike said…

    Anyone else sick of the 'Countdown to presenting a countdown of countdowns to the final countdown of a crisis of infinite countdowns' - pt. 2' ??? I mean, seriously. This is getting old. No, sorry, this is getting ancient, quick. I'm thinking even I could make better editorial decisions than DiDiot when it comes to drawing readers into the DC universe.

    -Mike Lepp

  • At 3:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    i too am sick of a BIGHUGESUPEREPIC events.

  • At 3:56 PM, Blogger Avi Green said…

    I should've known that the way the "hunt" for Ray Palmer began was just going to be a lead in or a bait style tactic to get people to read that needless Countdown weekly as well. Why do I get the feeling it's going to take forever for it to end? One more reason why I'm not falling for it.


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