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John of All Trades - DC Universe: Rebirth #1

Title: DC Universe: Rebirth #1

Writer: Geoff Johns

Art: Various, Phil Jimenez, Ethan Van Scriver, Ivan Reis, Gary Frank

Publisher: DC Comics

Price: $2.99 (80 pages) 1,825 more words

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Wonder Woman's August 2016 Covers and Solicits

August looks to be a fairly quiet month at DC on the Wonder Woman front, with just a handful of new single issues. The past few months of solicits have included a variety of cool new Wonder Woman collections and reprints, but the only collection set for August is another volume of the Finches’ tenure on… 545 more words

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“Before The Awakening”: Ultrasonic’s thoughts

With movie prequel tie-ins they usually aren’t that essential to the story the movie is going to tell. However, there have been exceptions in recent times, none more so than Star Wars, which has always had the distinction of being one of the exceptions. 502 more words

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John of All Trades - Black Magick Volume 1: Awakening, Part 1

Title: Black Magick Volume 1: Awakening, Part 1

Writer: Greg Rucka

Art: Nicola Scott

Publisher: Image

Price: $9.99 (Paperback, 132 pages)

Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott. 545 more words

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Check Out these Liam Sharp Pages from Wonder Woman: Rebirth #1, Plus a Tease from Nicola Scott

We’re getting ever closer to the debut of DC’s “Rebirth” relaunch in June, so close that we’re starting to get more concrete teases now. Among them is a peek inside… 355 more words

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Wonder Woman: Rebirth Preview Images

DC and artist Liam Sharp have been sharing a bit of preview art for the Wonder Woman: Rebirth one-shot, as well as a single preview panel from Wonder Woman (v5) #01, both coming in June. 88 more words

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Frank Cho to Draw a Year of Wonder Woman Variant Covers, Because DC Makes Dumb Decisions

This weekend, artist Frank Cho announced on his Facebook page that he’ll be drawing variant covers for Wonder Woman when the series relaunches this June as part of DC’s “Rebirth” line. 548 more words

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