DC Previews: "The Creeper" & "Martian Manhunter"

DC Comics has release preview pages from August debuting titles "The Creeper" #1 and "Martian Manhunter" #1. The solicitations text and preview images follow. For more previews of August shipping titles, which includes "The Trials of Shazam," "Batman and the Mad Monk," "The Boys" and "Deadman," click here. Discuss these previews here on CBR's DC Comics Forum.


Written by Steve Niles; Art by Justiniano and Walden Wong; Cover by Justiniano

He's back for the first time in a new 6-issue miniseries written by horror maven Steve Niles (BATMAN: GOTHAM COUNTY LINE, 30 Days of Night) with art by Justiniano and Walden Wong (DAY OF VENGEANCE)!

TV pundit Jack Ryder - whose successful show "You Are Wrong" continues to aggravate the nation - runs afoul of a doctor who transforms him into a strange new weapon in Gotham's war on crime! The 21st century just got a little stranger!

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

On Sale August 2, 2006


Written by A.J. Lieberman; Art and cover by Al Barrionuevo and Bit

Exploding from the pages of BRAVE NEW WORLD, Martian Manhunter stars in his first solo adventure in over five years! Written by A.J. Lieberman (Harley Quinn, BATMAN: Gotham Knights), who's reunited with the artistic team of Al Barrionuevo and Bit (BATMAN: Gotham Knights), this series will change the way you see the last son of Mars!

Since coming to Earth, J'onn J'onzz has strived to fit in with his adoptive people, even altering his appearance in order to not frighten Earthlings. And in that time, he has struggled between following the ways and customs of his people and becoming human.

But now everything he believed about his past has been shattered, and his tolerance for the failings of humanity is at an end. On a mission to seek the real facts about his past and his long-lost race, Martian Manhunter will stop at nothing to discover the truth about himself and the world he lives in!

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

On Sale August 9, 2006

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