- Catwoman #3 (Cover A Joelle Jones), $3.99
(W) Joëlle Jones (A/CA) Joëlle Jones
The secret shot-caller who's been borrowing Catwoman's M.O. for a series of crimes steps out of the shadows in this issue, and her "secret origin" is unlike anything Selina's run into before! Meanwhile, the police close in on Catwoman as well, as they believe she killed a cop during one of the crimes she's been framed for. With nowhere to go and no one to turn to, Catwoman's running out of her nine lives fast!
- Detective Comics #988 (Cover A Stephen Segovia), $3.99
(W) James Robinson (A/CA) Stephen Segovia
Kicking off an arc guest-written by James Robinson (writer of the Batman classics "Blades" and "Face the Face") with art by rising star Stephen Segovia! It looks like the kind of murder case too ordinary to draw the attention of Batman...but once the World's Greatest Detective gets involved, the identity of the victim completely unravels-and leads to a conspiracy among some of the Dark Knight's strangest foes!
- Flash #54 (Cover A Dan Mora), $3.99
(W) Joshua Williamson (A) Christian Duce (CA) Dan Mora
The Flash is now the strongest man alive thanks to a jolt from one of the new forces! Turning his jacked-up sights to Trickster, the two duke it out inside Iron Heights for utter supremacy. Will anyone stop these two behemoths from beating the hell out of each other...or is this just what Warden Wolfe wants?
- Hawkman #4 (Cover A Bryan Hitch), $3.99
(W) Robert Venditti (A) Andrew Currie (A/CA) Bryan Hitch
It's Hawkman vs. Hall in the brawl for all of Thanagar! Having just teleported across the galaxy, Earthman Carter Hall squares off against Thanagarian space cop Katar Hol in an all-Hawkman slugfest. Katar provides the next piece of the puzzle in Carter's quest to unlock the secrets of his own past-an alien artifact that immediately zooms him back to Earth. While puzzling out the space doohickey's purpose, Carter finds himself whisked away once again, only to come face to face with an old Justice League teammate.
- House Of Whispers #1 (Cover A Sean Andrew Murray), $3.99
(W) Nalo Hopkinson (A) Dominike "Domo" Stanton (CA) Sean Andrew Murray
An all-new corner has been added to Neil Gaiman's Sandman Universe!
Welcome to the House of Dahomey, the houseboat of Erzulie Fréda, where the souls of Voodoo followers go when they sleep to beseech the flirtatious and tragic goddess to grant them their hearts' desires and counsel them on their futures and fortunes. When you arrive, you'll find a party is in full swing, filled with all kinds of fabulous and fierce folk, while fish fry and music blasts.
From her bayou, Erzulie scries upon the mortal realm and sees four human girls open a mysterious and magical journal filled with whispers and rumors that, if they spread, could cause a pandemic unlike any the Earth has seen, with the power to release Sopona, the loa lord of infectious disease and cousin to Erzulie, who is currently banned from the human plane.
But even the fearsome Erzulie cannot be of assistance when her dream river turns tumultuous, tossing her house from her realm and into another...
- Immortal Men #6, $2.99
(W) James TynionIV (A/CA) Tyler Kirkham
The Immortal Men are supposed to be a secret world-saving organization. But that cat will be out of the bag if they can't stop the Infinite Woman and her brood of Bloodless soldiers, commanded by the Kill! And as the fight spills out into the greater DC Universe, which classic DC hero will rise to seek the answer to the unanswerable question: Who are the Immortal Men? (Of course, being dead is a lot worse than going public.)
- Plastic Man #4 (Of 6), $3.99
(W) Gail Simone (A) Adriana Melo (CA) Emanuela Lupacchino, Ray McCarthy
Plastic Man fondly remembers his days as a simple street thug, when people knew his name and respected his talents (even though no one ever respected him). But he's turning over a new leaf, mentoring the youth, saving old ladies from pick-pockets and younger ladies from kidnappers. Unfortunately, when he meets the kidnappers and realizes this entire episode's nothing more than a setup? All those leaves flip back over with a vengeance!
- Red Hood And The Outlaws #26 (Cover A Pete Woods), $3.99
(W) Scott Lobdell (A/CA) Pete Woods
Jason Todd's about to take this vigilante game to a whole new level. His partners, Bizarro and Artemis? Gone! His mentor, Batman? Out! His base of operations, Gotham City? Abandoned. Cast out and alone, Red Hood embarks on a bold, brutal new mission, with a new costume, new weapons and a new plan to punish evildoers across the DCU. Plus, Pete Woods (JUSTICE LEAGUE) joins writer Scott Lobdell as this new era begins!
- Scooby Apocalypse #29 (Cover A Rags Morales), $3.99
(W) Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis (A) Pat Olliffe (CA) Rags Morales
A new creature commander emerges from the shadows and it only wants one thing, the ultimate monster-killer herself-Daphne! Even with Scrappy-Doo, the gang is no match for this rabid monster madness. Worst of all, Daphne seems to have lost the will to live. Is one person worth the price of survival of the human race?
- Sideways #8, $2.99
(W) Dan DiDio (A/CA) Kenneth Rocafort
When Sideways leads the Seven Soldiers into the Dark Multiverse to find the missing Manhattan Guardian, the whole trip goes sideways (zing!) when our hero gets separated from the group and becomes lost in this nightmarish realm. And just like any petulant teenager, Sideways won't stop and ask for directions, so now he's trapped in the land of Perrus, ruled by the Dark Beast and populated by weird Superman-esque creatures, like Porcupine Jimmy Olsen.
- Suicide Squad #46 (Cover A Rafa Sandoval), $3.99
(W) Rob Williams (A) Jos? Luis (CA) Rafael Sandoval
SINK ATLANTIS Part 3-The Aquaman crossover continues in part three of "Sink Atlantis"! The squad slinks deeper into Atlantis on their mission to sink the risen undersea kingdom. But when Harley reveals that they've got a nuclear bomb in tow to get the job done, the team might just tear one another apart before they're able to complete the task at hand. Aquaman confronts the Squad with a gang of his own just as Mera's coronation begins, and the moment you've all been waiting for arrives: Killer Croc versus King Shark!
- Supergirl #22 (Cover A Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson), $3.99
(W) Marc Andreyko (A) Kevin Maguire (CA) Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson
Who murdered Krypton? Supergirl and Krypto rocket into space, en route to the Green Lantern world of Mogo, where she hopes to find clues about Rogol Zaar and his connection to the destruction of Krypton. Instead, she finds whispers and cover-ups. What are the GLs hiding? And will they go from Green to Red when they find out she's in possession of Zaar's weapon of war? (Hint: yes!)
- Superman #3 (Cover A Ivan Reis & Joe Prado), $3.99
(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Joe Prado, Ivan Reis
Guest-starring the Justice League! Locked inside the Phantom Zone, the Earth stands poisoned and its heroes lie dying, with no idea how to escape the deadly Kryptonian trap. But an even deadlier threat invades as Rogol Zaar teams with those who have been imprisoned inside the Phantom Zone to use Earth to escape, not caring if they destroy the planet to do it.
- Titans #25 (Cover A Brandon Peterson), $4.99
(W) Dan Abnett (A) Others (A/CA) Brandon Peterson
The Titans split into three separate squads to combat the growing Source Wall Event threat in this anniversary issue! As Raven, Steel and Beast Boy contain an alien-robot outbreak, and Donna Troy tracks down the Blood Cult, who claim to have knowledge of why the Source Wall cracked, Nightwing and Miss Martian are fighting each other while also fighting for survival against a new metahuman threat with a penchant for creating pocket dimensions. Can Dick and M'gann put aside their differences, or will her terrible secret derail the whole thing before they resolve anything?
- Wildstorm Michael Cray #11, $3.99
(W) Bryan Hill (A) N. Steven Harris, Dexter Vines (CA) Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz
What is the price for keeping death inside your mind? For Michael Cray, it could be the lives of anyone who cares about him...and his sanity. As Michael is drawn closer to the truth of the consciousness living inside him, the brutal desires of Diana Prince threaten the entire world. After this long night in London, Michael Cray will either face the power inside of him, or succumb to its will.
- Wonder Woman #54 (Cover A David Yardin), $3.99
(W) Steve Orlando (A) Raul Allen (CA) David Yardin
Diana's model U.N. project goes up in flames when she tries to intervene and stop the exiled Bana-Mighdall Amazons from invading the nation of Qurac under false pretenses. She clashes with Artemis, who wants her exiled sisters to go to war, despite the fact that the expat Amazons are being manipulated...by none other than the deadly Rustam, Quraci seditionist and rebel leader! Now it's up to Wonder Woman to lasso this runaway war train before it can get up to speed-and it's about to pull out of the station.