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Join some of the greats of DC Comics as they combat the forces of evil.

Superman : Krypton returns by Scott Lobdell

"Crossing over between SUPERMAN, SUPERGIRL, SUPERBOY, and ACTION COMICS, this Super-family team up brings all the fan-favorite heroes together to take on H'el! The Super team must travel through time and Krypton's history to prevent H'el from dooming theentire universe. Written by Scott Lobdell, writer of TEEN TITANS and formerly Marvel's X-Men franchise. This edition collects Superboy #0, 25, Supergirl #0, 25, Superman #0, 23.3: H'el, 25 and Action Comics Annual #2"--

Superman : reborn

Batman Arkham : Hugo Strange.

Batman : contagion

Batman : birth of the demon by Mike W Barr

The villain Ra's al Ghul, intent on world domination, is looking for an heir and finds an unlikely one in the Dark Knight, who has fathered a child with Talia al Ghul, Ra's' daughter

Batman versus Bane by Chuck Dixon

Introduces the origins of the villian who was able to snap the Dark Knight's spine, from his being orphaned as a child, imprisonment by tyrants, and use as a lab rat to test dangerous experiments

Batman : the Brave and the Bold by Sholly Fisch

Batman solves microscopic mysteries with Superman, navigates a mirror world with the Flash, takes on the Manhunter robots with Green Lantern, and shows up for his own wedding to Wonder Woman

Shazam! : the Monster Society of Evil by Jeff Smith

The Flash by Geoff Johns. Book one by Geoff Johns

Green Lantern : emerald warriors by Peter Tomasi

Guy Gardner, Kilowog, and Arisia are determined to bring order to the universe, but Guy's secret mission for Red Lantern leader Atrocitus takes him to the Uncharted Sectors, where Guardian Law has no authority and evil has taken root, and may ignite a Green Lantern war

JSA, the golden age by James Robinson

"Presenting the thought-provoking alternate comic book-history tale of the Justice Society of America in a new edition. The JSA, the heroes of WWII, find themselves face to face with a new kind of oppression in "McCarthy Era" America! Some of the greatestheroes of the 1940s, including the original Green Lantern, Atom, Hawkman and Starman, among others, return in this epic tale. The story follows their postwar adventures as they battle evil in a world they fear may no longer need them. And as their importance wanes, a new hero, Dynaman, rallies the nation behind a fascist agenda."--

Saga of the Swamp Thing. 6 by Alan Moore

"This collection of issues #57-64 of SWAMP THING begins across the galaxy, where the Swamp Thing's consciousness has been hurled. Trying to find his way back to Earth, Swamp Thing stops over on Thanagar, home of Hawkman; Rann, home of Adam Strange; and encounters the Green Lantern of a world of sentient plants"--

Mister Miracle by Tom King

"Mister Miracle is magical, dark, intimate and unlike anything you've read before. Scott Free is the greatest escape artist who ever lived. So great, he escaped Granny Goodness' gruesome orphanage and the dangers of Apokolips to travel across galaxies andset up a new life on Earth with his wife, Big Barda. Using the stage alter ego of Mister Miracle, he has made quite a career for himself showing off his acrobatic escape techniques. He even caught the attention of the Justice League, who has counted himamong its ranks. You might say Scott Free has everything--so why isn't it enough? Mister Miracle has mastered every illusion, achieved every stunt, pulled off every trick--except one. He has never escaped death. Is it even possible? Our hero is going to have to kill himself if he wants to find out. From Hugo Award nominated writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads, the team behind The Sheriff of Babylon, comes an ambitious new take on one of Jack Kirby's most beloved New Gods in Mister Miracle!"--

Suicide Squad. The Nightshade Odyssey 2 by John Ostrander

This second Suicide squad collection of 1980s stories begins with a bang when Batman learns of the team's existence--and he's not happy! After a confrontation with the their agency handler, Amanda Waller, the team is sent to take down the island headquarters of a Colombian drug cartel that's more than it seems. Then, the squad and the Justice League cross paths when both teams try to infiltrate a Russian prison. Both teams plan to rescue the villain called Nightshade--the JLA wants him to stand trial in the U.S., but the Suicide Squad needs to add him to their ranks

JLA : syndicate rules by Kurt Busiek

Seeking retribution for the upheavals in their antimatter universe, the Crime Syndicate of Amerika of Earth 2 brings chaos to Earth. The Weaponers of Qward of the antimatter universe take advantage of the situation and threaten both teams and everyone on earth with a terrible new super weapon

JLA : Earth 2 by Grant Morrison

The Justice League lands on Earth 2, an alternate reality where the Crime Syndicate of Amerika, made up of the world's gravest super-villains, holds absolute power

Wonder Woman. Love and murder by Jodi Picoult

Wonder Woman, in her disguise as Diana Prince, a special agent of the Department of Metahuman Affairs, takes on an assignment to track down Wonder Woman, an impossible task that risks revealing her secret identity

Earth one by Grant Morrison

The most provocative origin of Wonder Woman you've ever seen--a wholly unique retelling that still honors her origins. Thought-provoking yet reverent, thoroughly modern but still timeless, the power and courage of Paradise Island's greatest champion--Wonder Woman--is introduced in this new addition to DC Comics's New York Times best-selling Earth One original graphic novel series

Superman : up in the sky by Tom King

"A young girl named Alice is kidnapped by aliens, and Superman is determined to find her somewhere up in the sky. The Man of Steel goes to incredible lengths in search of Alice, taking on plenty of challenges along the way including boxing against Mighto, preventing a space missile attack, and fighting alongside Sgt. Rock during World War II. While he is away, he worries about the people of Metropolis as well as the love of his life, Lois Lane. While on the quest to save Alice, Superman can’t help but grapple with an important philosophical question…is he doing the right thing by saving one person instead of focusing on saving thousands?"--Amazon.com

Superman, the city of tomorrow by Jeph Loeb

"Batman: Hush writer Jeph Loeb is a legend in the comics community, and now every issue of his masterful run on the Man of Steel is collected in this trade paperback volume. The Daily Planet returns as a new era for the Man of Steel begins! Superman for All Seasons writer Jeph Loeb joins artists Mike McKone and Marlo Alquiza for a back-to-basics series that reveals the shocking reason Lex Luthor has given the Planet back to Perry White. Plus, what villain's son is heading to Earth for a collision with theMan of Steel?"--
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