Comic Books

DC Comics for January 17th, 2018

DC launches Damage this week as more Batman, Batwoman, and Wonder Woman/Conan also head your way.

DC COMICS

Anarky The Complete Series TP, $19.99
Aquaman #32 (Cover A Stjepan Sejic), $3.99
Aquaman #32 (Cover B Joshua Middleton), AR
Batman #39 (Cover A Mikel Janin), $2.99
Batman #39 (Cover B Olivier Coipel), AR
Batman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #3 (Of 6)(Cover A Freddie E. Williams II), $3.99
Batman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #3 (Of 6)(Cover B Kevin Eastman), AR
Batman White Knight #3 (Of 8)(Sean Murphy 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Batwoman #11 (Cover A Bill Sienkiewicz), $3.99
Batwoman #11 (Cover B Michael Cho), AR
Bombshells United #10, $2.99
Damage #1, $2.99
Dark Nights Metal #1 (Of 6)(Greg Capullo 3rd Printing Variant Cover), $4.99
Dark Nights Metal #2 (Of 6)(Greg Capullo 3rd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Dark Nights Metal #3 (Of 6)(Greg Capullo 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Future Quest Presents #6 (Cover A Steve Rude), $3.99
Future Quest Presents #6 (Cover B Scott Kolins), AR
Green Arrow Volume 9 Old Tricks TP, $24.99
Green Lanterns #39 (Cover A Shane Davis), $2.99
Green Lanterns #39 (Cover B Brandon Peterson), AR
Harley Quinn #35 (Cover A Amanda Conner), $2.99
Harley Quinn #35 (Cover B Frank Cho), AR
Injustice 2 #18, $2.99
Justice League #37 (Cover A Pete Woods), $2.99
Justice League #37 (Cover B J. G. Jones), AR
Nightwing #37 (Cover A Jorge Jimenez), $2.99
Nightwing #37 (Cover B Yasmine Putri), AR
Nightwing Volume 4 Blockbuster TP, $16.99
Super Powers By Jack Kirby TP, $39.99
Super Sons #12 (Cover A Giuseppe Camuncoli), $3.99
Super Sons #12 (Cover B Dustin Nguyen), AR
Superman #39 (Cover A Chris Burnham), $2.99
Superman #39 (Cover B Jonboy Meyers), AR
Trinity #17 (Cover A Patrick Zircher), $3.99
Trinity #17 (Cover B Bill Sienkiewicz), AR
Wonder Woman Conan #5 (Of 6)(Cover A Aaron Lopresti), $3.99
Wonder Woman Conan #5 (Of 6)(Cover B Neal Adams), AR

Listing courtesy of ComicList.

Damage #1 (DC Comics)

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Hailing from the Chicagoland area, Greg brings over three decades of comic book fandom to the fore as TGG’s resident comics expert. From tackling Golden and Silver Age titles to the latest projects on the horizon, he provides an “every fan’s” look at the industry; be it from the reader or publisher’s perspective.

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