DC PREVIEWS: "Amazons Attack," "Batman," "JSA" and More

DC Comics has provided CBR News with these advance looks at some of their most anticipated new issues shipping in April. Included here are full color previews of Amazons Attack, one of DC's next big event mini-series; Justice Society of America #3, the latest issue of the best new series of 2007; Batman #663, the latest in Grant Morrison's popular run; the new issue of Tales of the Unexpected, a series with perhaps a bigger part to play in DC's future events than some readers may realize; and Y: The Last Man #54, the last stand-alone issue before the final arc of Brian K. Vaughan's hugely acclaimed Vertigo series.

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Written by Will Pfeifer; Art and Cover by Pete Woods

Spinning out of the pages of Jodi Picoult's WONDER WOMAN comes the first major comics event of 2007! Well over a year has passed since the events of INFINITE CRISIS, including the retreat of the Amazons to the realm of the Gods. But now they're back, screaming for vengeance! What could compel the Amazons to renounce their peaceful ways and attack America? The answers will prove useless to a country and hero population utterly unprepared for this savage attack. And where is Wonder Woman while all this is going on?

Written by Will Pfeifer (CATWOMAN, INFINITE CRISIS: THE SPECTRE) and illustrated by Pete Woods (SUPERMAN: UP, UP AND AWAY, SUPERMAN: BACK IN ACTION), this series unites the former Catwoman team for a story that will have devastating ramifications both in the present and all the way into 2008!

DC Universe | 32pg. | Color | $2.99 US

On Sale April 25, 2007


Written by Geoff Johns; Art by Dale Eaglesham and Art Thibert ; Cover by Alex Ross; Variant cover by Eaglesham

Hawkman returns to the Justice Society of America as the team battles the super-assassins attempting to exterminate their legacies! But who is behind this insidious movement and what new hero will rise to challenge them? Plus, a stunning revelation about Damage, and Maxine Hunkel chooses a code-name: Cyclone!

This issue will feature two covers, the Standard Edition cover is by Alex Ross; and the Variant Edition cover by Dale Eaglesham

DC Universe | 32pg. | Color | $2.99 US

On Sale February 14, 2007


Written by Grant Morrison; Art by John Van Fleet; Cover by Andy Kubert

Writer Grant Morrison continues his acclaimed run on BATMAN with fan-favorite artist Andy Kubert! After the shocking events of BATMAN #655, in which the Joker was shot point-blank in the face, the Clown Prince of Crime makes his triumphant return to Gotham to wreak havoc on the city and take his revenge on Batman! And as citizens of Gotham City will soon discover, the Joker's reappearance is no laughing matter.

Batman | 32pg. | Color | $2.99 US

On Sale February 14, 2007


Written by David Lapham and Brian Azzarello; Art by Eric Battle, Cliff Chiang and Prentis Rollins; Cover by Mike Huddleston

Malpractice takes on a whole new meaning when some unscrupulous doctors go in for the worst kind of operation at the shaky hands of the Spectre! Plus, Beware the Architects — cosmic puppetmasters whose elusiveness is exceeded only by their apparent capriciousness.

DC Universe | 48pg. | Color | $3.99 US

On Sale February 14, 2007


Written by Brian K. Vaughan; Art by Goran Sudzuka; Cover by Massimo Carnevale

In the last stand-alone special issue before the final arc of the series, the all-female Fish and Bicycle Theatre Troupe returns to explore what Hollywood would be like if it were run by women. What role will these actresses play in Yorick Brown's future?

Vertigo | 32pg. | Color | $2.99 US | Mature Readers

On Sale February 14, 2007

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