Geoff Johns comic
Robin, Superboy, Wonder Girl,and Impulse are invited to the Teen Titans. Although Impulse wears the costume of Kid Flash on the cover of this book he does not wear it yet in the book, Raven is also seen on the cover but not in the book
The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!) Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a shocking secret deep within the Rock of Eternity, it challenges everything he knows about the worlds of magic and his family’s future as its champions!
DC Comics presents to you a 12-issue maxiseries from the critically acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns, artist Gary Frank and colorist Brad Anderson. You are not prepared for what lies ahead within these pages, good readers.
Duela Dent claims to be the child of many of Gotham City’s most infamous super-villains, including Catwoman, Scarecrow, the Riddler and the Penguin, but there’s one name she is always known by: the Joker’s Daughter! This mysterious young woman started out as a villain and became a heroic member of the Teen Titans before finally returning to her criminal roots. Batman has learned that when dealing with the Joker’s Daughter, it’s best to expect the unexpected.BATMAN ARKHAM: JOKER’S DAUGHTER collects some of the villain's greatest stories by classic creators, including Bob Rozakis (ACTION COMICS), Geoff Johns (THE FLASH), Ann Nocenti (CATWOMAN), Irv Novick (BATMAN), Don Heck (WONDER WOMAN), Georges Jeanty (SUPERBOY) and many more!Collects BATMAN FAMILY #6, #8-9, #16, #19, BATMAN JOKER’S DAUGHTER #1, BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #23, DETECTIVE COMICS #482-483, TITANS SECRET FILES AND ORIGINS #2 and TEEN TITANS/OUTSIDERS SECRET FILES AND ORIGINS #1.
The biggest event in comics continues as Brightest Day burns back the Blackest Night from the writing team behind Green Lantern and Green Lantern Corps – Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi! And don't miss the exciting DC Comics debut of red hot cover artist David Finch (New Avengers, Ultimatum)! The effects that the already classic Blackest Night will have on the DC Universe will be felt for years to come and this issue not only sets the stage for the new ongoing biweekly DC Universe book Brightest Day, but also the next exciting era of the DC Universe!
It’s been years since the death of Hal Jordan and the end of the Green Lantern Corps. But as the torchbearer Kyle Rayner is about to find out, an adventure of epic and mythological proportions is about to begin as the former Lantern returns to the land of the living to atone for his sins. Collects Green Lantern: Rebirth #1-6, Green Lantern #1-3, Green Lantern Corps: Recharge #1-5 and Green Lantern Secret Files 2005 #1.
Before he became the Green Lantern of Sector 2814, he was simply Hal Jordan of Earth. Writer Michael Green and artist Karl Kerschl explore the early days of the ring-slinging fearless hero in this prequel issue to the upcoming "Green Lantern" feature film!
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Movie art cover Written by the creative talents behind the blockbuster motion picture, these exclusive one-shots tell the tales of the movie characters before the events of the film. What were Hal Jordan, Sinestro, Kilowog, Abin Sur and The Guardians all doing before the curtains rise on June 17? Experience it all in these one-shots, as told by the superstar Green Lantern movie team including producer Geoff Johns (GREEN LANTERN, THE FLASH), screenwriter Michael Goldenberg, producer/screenwriter Greg Berlanti, producer Donald De Line, screenwriter Michael Green (SUPERMAN/BATMAN) and screenwriter Marc Guggenheim (JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA)!
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The origin and first appearances of Reverse-Flash are captured here in The Flash Rogues: Reverse-Flash.Jump on the Cosmic Treadmill and discover the untold origin of Reverse-Flash! Who is he, and what is his relationship to Barry Allen? Secrets are revealed and questions answered as DC Comics races through the history of Reverse-Flash. Starting with the very first appearance of Reverse-Flash that happened in 1963! Then stretching forward to the present day for the storyline "The Button," in which a bloodstained smiley button is embedded in the Batcave wall.What starts as a simple investigation turns deadly when the secrets of the button prove irresistible to none other than Eobard Thawne, a.k.a Reverse-Flash.Find all this and more in The Flash Rogues: Reverse Flash! Collects The Flash #139, #283, #197, The Flash "Rebirth" #8, The Flash: Reverse Flash #23.2, Batman #21, The Flash #25 and Who's Who #19.
The DC Essential Edition series highlights the best standalone stories the medium has to offer, featuring comics’ greatest characters. These trade paperback editions focus on the easiest entry points DC has in its vast library, with seminal, groundbreaking tales that transcend the printed page. Start with the Essentials.
Read the landmark storyline that launched the New 52 as you’ve never seen it before, stripped down to artist Andy Kubert’s original pencils! Written by industry legend Geoff Johns, this volume collects the full five-issue miniseries as well as behind-the-scenes sketches and commentary in FLASHPOINT UNWRAPPED!Everything Barry Allen knows has changed in a flash. He’s the fastest man in the world, but this is not his world. The course of history has been changed, and a new reality has replaced his own. Villains have become conquerors. Heroes have become villains—or nothing at all. Humanity is on the brink of all-out destruction. And the Flash, powerless and friendless, has been brought to a standstill.To undo what’s been done to reality, Barry will need to recruit the warped versions of the heroes he knew to help him. But whether they succeed or fail, the world will never be the same!
Hal Jordan has returned to the role of Green Lantern and taken up residence in rebuilt Coast City. This series examines Hal's re-acclimation to normal living as he attempts to protect the world from danger and enjoy being human once again.
Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins add another project to their list of Hellboy contributions with B.P.R.D.: Night Train! Agents Liz Sherman, whose supernatural talent for starting fires killed her family when she was a teen, and Roger the homunculus, the five-hundred-year-old artificial man who nearly killed Liz by stealing her fire, are sent to investigate a mystery train terrorizing America. This is a train with history. Its last natural journey, some seventy years ago, had a mysterious passenger onboardLobster Johnson, who's still bound to the fate of the locomotive.
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Comic book history was made in 1940 with the introduction of the Justice Society of America in ALL-STAR COMICS. Hour-Man, Doctor Fate, The Spectre, The Sandman, The Atom, The Flash, The Green Lantern and Hawkman all became acquainted with one another and the world met its first super-hero team! In the seventy-five years since their inaugural meeting, new generations of heroes including Superman, Wildcat, and Wonder Woman have come to the table with the purpose of protecting the DCU with their combined crime-fighting powers! From their first momentous team up by Gardner Fox and Everett E. Hibbard, to their modern member rosters by David Goyer and Geoff Jonns, JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS collects stories that unite DC Comics heroes over time and throughout the ages, from such legendary talents as Roy Thomas, Dennis O'Neil, Paul Levitz, Robert Kanigher, James Robsinson, and more!
Collects ADVENTURE COMICS #120, #174, #220, #260, #266, #269, #444, #452, #475; AQUAMAN (1962-) #1, #18, #40; JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ANNUAL #2; AQUAMAN (1986-) #3; AQUAMAN (1991-) #2, #34; AQUAMAN (1994-) #4, #17; and AQUAMAN (2011-) #1, #43.
50 years ago, there was already a Justice League, comprised of the world's greatest heroes including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and The Flash. But what of their teen sidekicks Robin, Wonder Girl and Kid Flash? Hearing the groundswell of popularity for these heroes, DC Comics created the Teen Titans, an adolescent group of crimefighters whose presence completely changed the genre. Collects: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #54; SHOWCASE #59; TEEN TITANS (VOL. 1) #25, 50; TEEN TITANS: YEAR ONE #5; THE NEW TEEN TITANS #6, 38, 83; TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #3; TEEN TITANS (VOL. 2) #5; YOUNG JUSTICE #7; TEEN TITANS (VOL. 3) #5, 39; TEEN TITANS (VOL. 4) #1; TINY TITANS #4; TEEN TITANS GO! #5.