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In "Justice League" #51, Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier and Sandra Hope flash back to the early days of the League, when they first met Robin, and it's is surprisingly fun.
Superman all but forces Supergirl into his role in Peter J. Tomasi, Paul Pelletier and Sandra Hope Archer's "Action Comics" #51.
Geoff Johns' "Justice League: Darkseid War Special" #1 is carried by a strong artistic team and the equally strong characters Jessica Cruz, aka Power Ring, and Grail, daughter of Darkseid.
With DC's "Rebirth" titles impending, Ron Marz recounts his own experiences juggling
scripts on comics that shipped more frequently than monthly.
Tim Seeley throttles back the pace of James Tynion IV and Scott Snyder's story, but excellent and realistic art by Paul Pelletier and company make "Batman and Robin Eternal" #3 nice to look at when there isn't a lot going on.
The Bat Family must deal with mysterious assassins sent to kill them all in Tim Seeley, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Paul Pelletier's "Batman and Robin Eternal" #2.
A major character from the Bat-past is back in "Batman and Robin Eternal," and fron and center on the cover of the series' third issue.
"Justice League United" #13 sends a whole new crew on another Breaker-busting mission as Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier bring in Vandal Savage, Robotman and Batgirl.
In November, "Justice League United" unites military-themed heroes Sgt. Rock, Enemy Ace and more. CBR has the exclusive first details.
Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV are set to return to weekly Bat-tales with "Batman & Robin Eternal," and a "Robin War" is looming.
With his biggest arc yet, the writer brings guest stars galore, shows why DC's sea king is global and weighs in on Jason Momoa's movie casting.
"Aquaman" writer Jeff Parker discusses the Wonder Woman team-up in his "Annual," Mera's role as underwater queen and politician and much more.
Out of nowhere, Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier's version of Aquaman has won Brett White over, and he can hardly believe it.
Jeff Parker discusses writing DC Comics' post-Geoff Johns "Aquaman," picking up the threads from "Death Of A King" and heading into "Seven Seas."