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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.

IGN interviewed Geoff Johns about upcoming stories in Justice League and the ramifications of events in Forever Evil. Geoff had this to say about Shazam’s reaction to the new leader of the League.

The dynamic is going to be, there’s going to be tension, I think a lot of fun, there’s going to be some good humor. Shazam asks right away, “What’s so bad about Lex Luthor? He seems like a pretty smart guy.”

IGN interviewed Geoff Johns about upcoming stories in Justice League and the ramifications of events in Forever Evil. Geoff had this to say about Shazam’s reaction to the new leader of the League.

The dynamic is going to be, there’s going to be tension, I think a lot of fun, there’s going to be some good humor. Shazam asks right away, “What’s so bad about Lex Luthor? He seems like a pretty smart guy.”

CBR has a preview of “Forever Evil” tie-in, Justice League #28 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Scott Hanna.

CBR has a preview of “Forever Evil” tie-in, Justice League #28 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Scott Hanna.

CBR just had a conversation with Tom Taylor that made me very excited for an Earth 2/Justice League/Worlds’ Finest cross-over.

The introduction of Thomas Wayne as Batman obviously has massive ramifications on Earth 2 but what about when the inevitable crossover between Earth 2 and the New 52 Earth occurs and Bruce Wayne meets Thomas Wayne? Sure, it’s not his actual father, but I have to think that will rock Bruce to his core.

I think a lot of people will want to see that father/son reunion, though it’s a father and son that have never met each other. [Laughs] I think there are some very rich story possibilities if we go there. Also, I think what could even be bigger is the fact that his granddaughter doesn’t know of his existence and I think there is going to be big things to come from that realization too.

Who would you like to see the new Earth 2 Batman meet?

Nerdist has a preview of Justice League #27 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.

Nerdist has a preview of Justice League #27 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.

DC Comics has a preview of Earth 2 #17. This is the first issue written by Tom Taylor. It looks like he is picking up right where issue #16 and Justice League #23.1 Darkseid.
Above is Doug Mahnke’s variant cover.

DC Comics has a preview of Earth 2 #17. This is the first issue written by Tom Taylor. It looks like he is picking up right where issue #16 and Justice League #23.1 Darkseid.

Above is Doug Mahnke’s variant cover.

MTV Geek has a preview of Justice League #23.1: DARKSEID by Greg Pak and Paulo Siqueira.

MTV Geek has a preview of Justice League #23.1: DARKSEID by Greg Pak and Paulo Siqueira.

Newsarama has a preview of Forever Evil #1 written by Geoff Johns, with art and cover by David Finch and Richard Friend, and variant covers by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.

Newsarama has a preview of Forever Evil #1 written by Geoff Johns, with art and cover by David Finch and Richard Friend, and variant covers by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.

CBR talked to Greg Pak about his work on Batman/Superman, Action Comics, and his three “Villains Month” one-shots (General Zod, Doomsday, and Darkseid). Here is what he had to say about Justice League #23.1: Darkseid.

CBR: You’ve also got the opportunity to take on Darkseid in “Justice League” #23.1, where it’s rumored Superman features prominently. How does it explore what readers know about Darkseid from his first New 52 appearance in the opening arc of “Justice League?”
Greg Pak: You’ll get the background from Darkseid’s POV of the events that lead up to his invasion of Earth in the opening arc of “Justice League.” We’ll also get some more background on his invasion of Earth 2. And we’ll leave you with a shocking payoff that’s strongly Superman-related. I will say no more.

Go read the full interview.
The above image is from Earth 2 #1 by James Robinson with art by Nicola Scott, Trevor Scott, and Alex Sinclair.

CBR talked to Greg Pak about his work on Batman/Superman, Action Comics, and his three “Villains Month” one-shots (General Zod, Doomsday, and Darkseid). Here is what he had to say about Justice League #23.1: Darkseid.

CBR: You’ve also got the opportunity to take on Darkseid in “Justice League” #23.1, where it’s rumored Superman features prominently. How does it explore what readers know about Darkseid from his first New 52 appearance in the opening arc of “Justice League?”

Greg Pak: You’ll get the background from Darkseid’s POV of the events that lead up to his invasion of Earth in the opening arc of “Justice League.” We’ll also get some more background on his invasion of Earth 2. And we’ll leave you with a shocking payoff that’s strongly Superman-related. I will say no more.

Go read the full interview.

The above image is from Earth 2 #1 by James Robinson with art by Nicola Scott, Trevor Scott, and Alex Sinclair.