BATGIRL THE FLOOD TRADEPAPERBACK is on stands tomorrow, Wednesday, May 18.
Written by BRYAN Q. MILLER; Art by LEE GARBETT and TREVOR SCOTT; Cover by STANLEY "ARTGERM" LAU
A string of bizarre, technology-based suicides gets the attention of both Batgirl and Oracle for very different reasons in these tales from BATGIRL #9-14! The two heroes soon realize that they're targets of The Calculator, a nefarious villain bent on revenge against Oracle.
BATMAN #710 is on stands tomorrow, Wednesday, May 18.
Written by TONY DANIEL; Art by TONY DANIEL & RYAN WINN; Cover by TONY DANIEL
Two-Face is back! As an unknown villain targets Two-Face and other Gotham City crimelords for extermination, Batman discovers that Kitrina Falcone, a.k.a. "CATGIRL," is next on the hit list! Can he save the junior mobster in time? And will helping Kitrina force Catwoman to get involved?
BATMAN AND ROBIN #23 is on stands tomorrow, Wednesday, May 18.
Written by JUDD WINICK; Art and cover by GUILLEM MARCH; 1:10 Variant cover by GENE HA
Jason Todd - Batman's one-time sidekick, currently the anti-hero known as Red Hood - has been imprisoned in Arkham Asylum for the past several months. But after a period of good behavior, will a transfer to a lower-security prison mean reformation for Jason Todd . . . or is trouble waiting in the wings for Batman and Robin? Don't miss "The Streets Run Red" part one of three!
BATMAN GATES OF GOTHAM #1 OF (5) is on stands tomorrow, Wednesday, May 18.
Written by SCOTT SNYDER and KYLE HIGGINS; Art and Cover by TREVOR MCCARTHY; 1:25 Variant cover by DUSTIN NGUYEN
When a mystery as old as Gotham City itself surfaces, Batman assembles a team of his greatest detectives – including Red Robin, Owlman, I-Ching and others – to investigate this startling new enigma. As clues are discovered and the mystery deepens, Batman's team soon finds itself on a journey that explores different eras in Gotham's history and touches upon notable Gotham families including the Waynes, Kanes, and Elliotts.
This miniseries spins out of recent events in the Batman titles and sets the stage for several exciting storylines in 2011. Additionally, this limited series touches upon mysterious story elements introduced in Grant Morrison's RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE. Featuring many exciting Batman Family guest stars!
DC COMICS PRESENTS BATMAN DARK CITY #1 is on stands tomorrow, Wednesday, May 18.
Written by PETER MILLIGAN; Art by KIERON DWYER, TOM MANDRAKE and DENNIS JANKE; Cover by MIKE MIGNOLA and GEORGE PRATT
In these thrilling tales from BATMAN #452-454, The Riddler goes on a crimepsree – but when he has the chance to kill Batman, he let The Dark Knight live. What strange game is The Riddler playing? Plus, in a story from DETECTIVE COMICS #633, Bruce Wayne returns to Wayne Manor to find no trace of the Batcave, and Alfred without any knowledge of his master's crimefighting career. Has Bruce Wayne gone insane?
OUTSIDERS #39 is on stands tomorrow, Wednesday, May 18.
Written by DAN DIDIO; Art by KEITH GIFFEN and SCOTT KOBLISH; Cover by PHILIP TAN
As Black Lightning's team battles Geo-Force's team, Batman emerges from the shadows. And all are left wondering: Who is Veritas?
POWER GIRL #24 is on stands tomorrow, Wednesday, May 18.
Written by JUDD WINICK; Art and cover by SAMI BASRI
Karen Starr has big plans to get Starrware back up and running, involving the media, Africa and Bruce Wayne. But when a terrorist shows up in Gotham City she must put aside her day job – again! – so Power Girl and Batman can save the day! Unfortunately for them, this "terrorist" is a metahuman, and while Power Girl may not remember it, their paths have crossed before.
SUPERMAN BATMAN #84 is on stands tomorrow, Wednesday, May 18.
Written by CULLEN BUNN; Art by CHRISCROSS and MARC DEERING; Cover by TRAVEL FOREMAN
Superman must help the JLA of the future – Aquaman, Klarion the Warlock, Traci 13, Stanley and His Monster, Scream Queen and Jason Blood – in preventing Morgaine le Fey from traveling back in time to our era and destroying the sun! But Batman insists that you can't change the past, and, well, Batman is kind of always right, so . . . hello, eternal darkness? Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun) and ChrisCross bring "Sorcerer Kings" to a sun-shattering conclusion!
You must be proud, bold, pleasant, resolute,
And now and then stab, as occasion serves.
--Christopher Marlowe, Edward II, Act II, Scene I