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USA Today has a preview of Forever Evil #7 by Geoff Johns, David Finch, and Richard Friend.

USA Today has a preview of Forever Evil #7 by Geoff Johns, David Finch, and Richard Friend.

Hero Complex has a preview of Justice League #30 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, Doug Mahnke, Scott Hanna, and Rod Reis.

Hero Complex has a preview of Justice League #30 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, Doug Mahnke, Scott Hanna, and Rod Reis.

September’s “Futures End” Covers & Creative Teams

DC has released the full creative lineups for its September 2014 “Futures End” tie-in issues, and a look at the first two weeks of lenticular covers. I pulled out the Earth 2 and JSA related titles. Where the they had two separate jpegs instead of a gif with multiple images I created gif. Which is pretty much everyone except for Earth 2: Futures End #1.

imageEARTH 2: FUTURES END #1
Writer: Daniel H. Wilson
Penciller: Eddy BarrowsInker: Eber Ferreira
Cover: Giuseppe Camuncoli
On sale SEPTEMBER 3
32 pg, FC • RATED T
3-D Motion Edition: $3.99 US
2-D Standard Edition: $2.99 US
Michael Holt has survived the war between the two worlds he’s called home. Now, he’s taking drastic measures to ensure that there will be no more war – regardless of the cost!

imageWORLDS’ FINEST: FUTURES END #1
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Yildiray Cinar
Inker: Paul Neary
Cover: Stephen Segovia
On sale SEPTEMBER 10
32 pg, FC • RATED T
3-D Motion Edition: $3.99 US
2-D Standard Edition: $2.99 US
Power Girl must break into Cadmus Island to free Huntress – but she ends up a prisoner herself!

imageCONSTANTINE: FUTURES END #1
Writer: Ray Fawkes
Penciller: Juan Ferreyra
Inker: Juan Ferreyra
Cover: Juan Ferreyra
On sale SEPTEMBER 10
32 pg, FC • RATED T+
3-D Motion Edition: $3.99 US
2-D Standard Edition: $2.99 US
After a desperate five-year quest, John Constantine has claimed the ultimate occult prize: the Helmet of Fate!

Newsarama recently interviewed Tim Seeley and Tom King about the upcoming series Grayson. Grayson will follow the adventures of Dick Grayson as a spy. Joining Dick Grayson will be Helena Bertinelli the post-Crisis and pre-Flashpoint Huntress. Here is what they had to say about Helena.

Nrama: Is there any way you can tell us the name of this female character?

Seeley: Helena Bertinelli.

Nrama: Oh!

Seeley: Oh! Yeah!

Nrama: But it’s not Huntress. This is a different, New 52 take on the character.

King: This is the New 52 appearance of the new Helena Bertinelli.

Seeley: Yeah, it’s not Helena Wayne, the Huntress. It’s Helena Bertinelli.

Nrama: That’s kind of cool, because Dick and Helena did have a relationship in the old universe. When you say she’s a “partner,” she also works for Spyral?

King: Yeah. She’s an amazing spy. She’s definitely better than Dick; he has to learn from her.

That’s very interesting. I wonder if this plays into the character mentioned in Worlds’ Finest #1. Hints of Helena Bertinelli’s ties to the Chicago mob have been dropped in Justice League #25.

It seems like Helena Wayne won’t be leaving the role of Huntress anytime soon. So that is good. But with Helena Bertinelli appearing on Arrow, things not looking too hot for her in Earth 2: World’s End, and the rumor Paul Levitz walking off that book, makes me uneasy for her fate in the upcoming months.

I’m just catching up on Forever Evil. I’m probably late commenting on this but Plastic Man seems to be getting a little wibbly wobbly timey wimey here. The first picture is of Plastic Man in Justice League International #1. The second image of Eel O’Brian being transformed into Plastic Man in Justice League #25. The timeline doesn’t seem to line up here. This could be just a simple retcon or it could be part of something bigger. Any thoughts?

UPROXX's Gamma Squad has a preview of Justice League 3000 #6 by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, Howard Porter, and Hi-Fi.

UPROXX's Gamma Squad has a preview of Justice League 3000 #6 by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, Howard Porter, and Hi-Fi.

July 2014 Solicitations

EARTH 2 #25
Written by TOM TAYLOR
Art by NICOLA SCOTT and TREVOR SCOTT
Cover by ANDY KUBERT
BATMAN 75 variant cover
On sale JULY 2 • 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for more information.
In this extra-sized issue, Val-Zod finally accepts his role as the new Superman of Earth 2 as he faces the twisted, brutal original Superman, who once protected the planet but now prepares it for Apokolips and the forces of Darkseid.

WORLDS’ FINEST #25
Written by PAUL LEVITZ
Art by TYLER KIRKHAM
Cover by BARRY KITSON
On sale JULY 9 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Power Girl and Huntress return to the ruins of Earth 2, but they question whether their trip was worth the effort as they discover the state of their former home and friends.

UPROXX has a preview of Justice League Dark #30 by J.M. DeMatteis, Andres Guinaldo, Mark Irwin, and Brad Anderson; with covers by Mikel Janin and Sam Cisco.

UPROXX has a preview of Justice League Dark #30 by J.M. DeMatteis, Andres Guinaldo, Mark Irwin, and Brad Anderson; with covers by Mikel Janin and Sam Cisco.

Comixology and DC Comics is having a 99¢ Geoff Johns and Aquaman seven-day sale, which means lots of JSA goodness!
JSA #6-15This is the official start of Geoff Johns run on the JSA, which is co-written by David Goyer. It includes the beginning of the anti-hero take on Black Adam, Wildcat single handedly taking out the Injustice Society, and the team fighting Obsidian, Ian Karkull, Kobra, and Extant.
Hawkman (2002 - 2006) #1-12After “The Return of Hawkman” storyline in JSA, Geoff Johns, James Robinson, and Rags Morales launched a fantastic Hawkman series.
JSA Classified #1-4In this story Power Girl is trying to figure out who she is and it all ties into Infinite Crisis.
Brightest DayThis biweekly series followed the heroes and villains resurrected by events in Blackest Night. The series features JSA related characters, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Jade, Osiris, Hawk, and Dove.
FlashpointThis series is set in an altered-timeline and ushers in the New 52.There is a pretty cool version of Sandman in this series.
"Throne of Atlantis"This story runs through Justice League and Aquaman is the first Justice League crossover in the New 52. There are appearances by Black Canary and Hawkman, plus hints of an Red Tornado on the main DC Earth.

Comixology and DC Comics is having a 99¢ Geoff Johns and Aquaman seven-day sale, which means lots of JSA goodness!

JSA #6-15
This is the official start of Geoff Johns run on the JSA, which is co-written by David Goyer. It includes the beginning of the anti-hero take on Black Adam, Wildcat single handedly taking out the Injustice Society, and the team fighting Obsidian, Ian Karkull, Kobra, and Extant.

Hawkman (2002 - 2006) #1-12
After “The Return of Hawkman” storyline in JSA, Geoff Johns, James Robinson, and Rags Morales launched a fantastic Hawkman series.

JSA Classified #1-4
In this story Power Girl is trying to figure out who she is and it all ties into Infinite Crisis.

Brightest Day
This biweekly series followed the heroes and villains resurrected by events in Blackest Night. The series features JSA related characters, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Jade, Osiris, Hawk, and Dove.

Flashpoint
This series is set in an altered-timeline and ushers in the New 52.There is a pretty cool version of Sandman in this series.

"Throne of Atlantis"
This story runs through Justice League and Aquaman is the first Justice League crossover in the New 52. There are appearances by Black Canary and Hawkman, plus hints of an Red Tornado on the main DC Earth.

Newsarama has a preview of Forever Evil: A.R.G.U.S. #6 by Sterling Gates, Neil Edwards, Jason Paz, and Jay Leisten; with a cover by Mikel Janin.

Newsarama has a preview of Forever Evil: A.R.G.U.S. #6 by Sterling Gates, Neil Edwards, Jason Paz, and Jay Leisten; with a cover by Mikel Janin.