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THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD: BATMAN AND WONDER WOMAN #6 – It’s an epic battle for Tir Na Nóg in this finale, as King Elatha has opened its Causeways and both Fomorian and Dé Denann creatures are spilling into our own realm! Batman must go back to Gotham City to try to close the Causeways from the inside, while Wonder Woman will fight alongside King Elatha against his once-banished brother, Balor Evil Eye! Who will take the crown and rule Tir Na Nóg for eternity?
NEW CHALLENGERS #3 – It’s the New Challengers versus the Old Challengers! The original Challengers infiltrate Challengers Mountain to uncover the identity of the professor who’s been manipulating both teams! As dark matter leaks from the Dark Multiverse, the New Challengers travel to the prehistoric underworld of Skartaris, stomping grounds of Travis Morgan, the Warlord!
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BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER SEASON 12: THE RECKONING #2 – With his ownership of Slayer memories, Harth has come from the future to destroy Buffy and all the Slayers, stealing their power for his own. At his side are demons and evil-kind, a massive army that Buffy and the Scoobies weren’t expecting. To even the playing field, the gang travels to the future to recruit Fray and learn of their dismal fate–should they fail in this battle against Harth . . .
EAST OF WEST #38 – “IT’S TIME TO START PAYING IN BLOOD” When you’ve spent your entire life trying to arrange the fates of others, don’t expect mercy when the bill comes due.
THOR #3 – War rages across the land of the dead, and not even the reunion of Thor with his brother Balder can stop it! Perhaps peace might come from the wedding of the century… in Hel! With Hela, the goddess of death, as the bride, which Odinson brother is going to be the lucky groom? And what special surprise guest is looking to put a deadly stop to the nuptials?
That does it for this week’s Showcase. Be sure to come back tomorrow to see which – if any – of these comics gets to have the Spotlight shine on it.
And also to Mike Mignola and Adam Hughes for their win, as well as Saladin Ahmed (though given the timing of the awards he didn’t win for the book of his that’s been featured in the Spotlight) for his!
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