This Week (Dec 10): Final Crisis, JLA, Titans

This week the Flash appears in Final Crisis (yes, it’s on the schedule!), Justice League of America, The Titans, and a new volume of Justice Society of America: Thy Kingdom Come.

Final Crisis #5

Final Crisis #5Humanity enslaved! Time shattered and bleeding! Anti-Life triumphant! Can Earth’s demoralized, beaten heroes rally their scattered forces for the ultimate super-battle against the nightmare armies of Apokolips when the forces of good meet the forces of evil on the bridge to Blüdhaven? As Darkseid’s presence causes reality itself to sicken and the lights to go out across the universe, as even the Guardians fall, the true power of the evil gods finally reveals itself, and a major character returns for a shocking conclusion.

Does the secret of humankind’s salvation lie in a mysterious cave painting and a bolt of lightning? Or has the Last Day come for us all?

Written by Grant Morrison. Art and covers by J.G. Jones, Carlos Pacheco & Jesus Merino.

More after the cut.

Justice League of America #27

Written by Dwayne McDuffie
Art and cover by Ed Benes

A “Sightings” tale! Doctor Light is missing, and her former Justice League teammates intend to find the man responsible and make him pay. But before they do that, they’ll have to get past his Shadow Cabinet of powerful superbeings who have sworn to “Save humanity from itself.” Milestone Comics characters Icon and Hardware make their first modern DCU appearance, but this time it’s not clear whose side they’re on!

Justice Society of America: Thy Kingdom Come Book 2

JSA: Thy Kingdom Come #2

The Kingdom Come Superman continues to crusade against evil alongside his new Justice Society teammates — but is he the only one who can stand against the threat of Magog? And what are Gog’s true motives? This hard-hitting new volume collects JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #13–18!

Written by Geoff Johns and Alex Ross; Art by Dale Eaglesham and Ruy Jose; Cover by Alex Ross.

Titans #8

There’s a traitor in the Titans’ midst, and the entire Tower is under lockdown until the team can discover which member could betray them. The problem is, there’s no real way to investigate, since the traitor is now a sleeper agent!

Written by Judd Winick. Art and cover by Howard Porter

And of course, there’s always Trinity


3 thoughts on “This Week (Dec 10): Final Crisis, JLA, Titans

  1. West

    I’m not much of a fan of McDuffie’s JLoA work, but I had to get #27 due to the Milestone event.

    Not Flash-related but at least there’s (what I believe to be) a new speedster in the mix.

    .-= West’s latest blog post: Mary, Mary, Mary =-.

    1. Kelson Post author

      I just realized — I’m not sure I even saw any copies of JLA yesterday. Maybe my local store sold out? They do tend to cut orders as closely as possible to what they expect will sell, so they run out of things quickly if demand is even a little higher than expected.

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