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Spoiler: Death in DC’s Future’s End #46

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This week has seen plenty of “death” in the world of comics, some in print and others on screen.

Both Aiden and Noah were literally torn apart on AMC’s, The Walking Dead. Cisko payed the ultimate price for being too curious on the CW’s, The Flash. Marvel bumped off Falcon’s longtime friend and partner, Redwing, in the pages of All-New Captain America #5; and TMNT fans shed a tear as their favorite “techy,” Donatello, got smashed into oblivion in this week’s, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #44!

Not to be left behind, DC, let the Joker – albeit a Brother Eye inhanced Joker/Batman amalgam from the future – gun down one of the most popular characters in the Batman mythos, Terry McGinnis! That’s right, Batman Beyond has gone to the “great beyond’ in a hail of gunfire and heroics all in order to save the present from becoming the future he came from. Take a look at how it all went down below:

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We will miss you Terry, maybe they will bring you back with super powers!

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Geoff Johns Teases All-Star Artist Line-Up For Justice League

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Geoff Johns, DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer and writer of DC Comics, has taken to his Twitter to tease an all-star line-up of artists for the Justice League comic book.

Johns tweeted out, “You Know what would be cool? A Justice League issue drawn by Kevin Maguire, Phil Jimenez, Dan Jurgens, Jason Fabok and Andy Kubert.”

Fans responded on Twitter with enthusiam, and Maguire tweeted back, “Yeah, like THAT’LL ever happen!”

Johns then “winked” back to Maguire.

Fabok also replied adding, “That would be cool. Would be an honor to share in a work with those legends.”

Jurgens replied, “Interesting idea. We should talk about that sometime. Just in case.”

The latest issue of “Justice League” (#38) hits January 21st.

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Dan Jurgens & Norm Rapmund Draw Batkid!

Batkid has saved Gotham City from the likes of The Penguin, The Riddler and The Joker! 

And now Batkid gets his own comic book artwork!

Young Miles Scott became Batkid for a day thanks to the Make-A-Wish foundation and thousands of volunteers as San Francisco was transformed into Gotham City. Miles Scott was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 18 months, which is thankfully in remission. Miles Scott’s special day saw him take down the Batman villains and save the day as well as being awarded the key to the city by the mayor and police commissioner.

Following that, Batkid also appeared on the Good Morning America show where he received the following artwork from Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund!

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Super Unchained Variant Covers Through The Ages Revealed Includes Dan Jurgens Doomsday

DC Comics revealed a batch of covers for Jim Lee and Scott Snyder’s new Superman Unchained comic book that debuts this June, the 75th Anniversary of the Man of Steel.

Each of the covers is reprentative of Superman throughout different time periods.

Check out the Superman vs. Lex Luthor cover by Lee Bermego!

Dan Jurgens also came back to do a Superman Reborn cover featuring none other than Doomsday.

Bruce Tim from WB Animated also lended a hand with a 1930s variant. Nice!

SUPERMAN UNCHAINED #1

Writer: Scott Snyder

Art: Jim Lee

Description:

When thirteen satellites fall from the sky in one day, the logical suspect is Lex Luthor—even though he’s still locked up in prison! But a stranger question remains: If Superman didn’t stop the last satellite from falling, who did? There’s a mystery hidden where even Superman can’t see it—Can The Man of Steel drag a decades-old secret into the light? Don’t miss the debut of this red-hot new series from two of comics’ brightest superstars: SCOTT SNYDER and JIM LEE!

This debut issue also includes a bonus two-sided, tipped-in poster measuring 11.6875” x 18.875” that is part of the reading experience and can be easily removed for display!

In Stores: June 12th

Bruce Timm 1930s Variant

Neal Adams Bronze Agent Variant:

Dave Johnson Golden Age Variant:

Lee Bermejo Superman vs. Lex Luthor Variant:

Jerry Ordway Modern Age Variant:

Bret Booth New 52 Variant:

Dan Jurgens Superman Reborn Variant:

Jose Luis Garcia Lopez Silver Age Variant:

Jim Lee Digital Combo Pack Black and White Variant :

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Guy Gardner Becomes Iron Man In Justice League International #9

This week’s issue of Justice League International sees Green Lantern Guy Gardner suit up as Iron Man to take on O.M.A.C.!

Fresh off the canceled O.M.A.C. series (dang, it!), Kevin Kho now finds himself in a permanent hulking skin as Kevin cannot transform into his human form — there is only O.M.A.C.!

So Kevin sets out to find Batman to seek his aid, as whatever was responsible for the transformation may have had something to do with Batman’s tech, so he thinks (Eye can’t recall exactly if that’s true).

However, Kevin gets manipulated by some JLI baddies which unleashes his full might – OMACtivate!

O.M.A.C. attacks the members of Justice League International with Guy Gardner responding with his own power suit – Iron Man style!

Jurgens must have been having some fun with this issue, just in time for The Avengers movie!

Liked the issue, though wish O.M.A.C. was still around, DC!

Check out the Guy Gardner Green Lantern Iron Man (art by Aaron Lopresti and Matt Ryan):

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DC Relaunch: Giffen And Jurgens To Write Green Arrow

DC is pre-releasing some of their information for the December Solicits, and we see a change in store for Green Arrow.

Keith Giffen and Dan Jurgens are now listed as the writers starting with Green Arrow #4; the art sees no change as Jurgens and George Perez are still present.

J.T. Krul is the writer on the first three issues of Green Arrow, with no official word coming down as to reason for the departure, as of yet.

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