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Constantine & Batman cross paths in Injustice: Year 3 #2!
Injustice is one of the most exciting comics being published and it’s only 99¢ every week!

All of us over here are so stoked about The Flash show that we decided to put over 200 Flash comics on sale including The Flash: Rebirth by Geoff Johns.

Hurry up cause this sale is moving fast!

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Worlds’ Finest Duo - Huntress & Power Girl
"I think we’re going to be friends forever.”

Worlds Finest issues are only 99¢ for a limited time. 

ladymercury-10:

Worlds’ Finest Duo - Huntress & Power Girl

"I think we’re going to be friends forever.”

Worlds Finest issues are only 99¢ for a limited time. 

A comiXologist Recommends:
Kara Szamborki recommends Lobo #1

Sorry, not sorry: this Lobo book is everything I wanted from an ongoing when I first finished reading Justice League 23.2 last year AND MORE. First off, there’s action, because what else are you expecting from a Lobo book? But let’s talk about what’s REALLY important: tantalizing flashbacks and seamless plot setup. So many books try to be complicated right off the bat, but the storytelling in Lobo mirrors the character: You know what you’re signing up for, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be surprises at every turn. The genius of the new Lobo concept is that instead of retconning the Lobo we know and love from the pre-New 52 universe, the twist is that he was lying to us the whole time, the thief of another Czarnian’s identity, one we’re only meeting now—and let me tell you, I’m glad we know more, because holy bastiches this backstory is the last thing I expected.

Let’s be real here: you need to read this book. If you’ve never followed Lobo to the crazy corners of the DCU, this is the perfect time to jump in, and if you’re a long time Lobo fan you’re going to be curious, if only to know more about that flashback and what happened to Czarnia.

If you want more old-school Lobo to tide you over until the next issue, check out Lobo: Portrait of a Bastich or that time he tried to kill Santa Claus or one of his many cameos, from Justice League International to Reign in Hell to the DCU-spanning epic 52. He shows up everywhere and always when you least expect it, because you can’t keep a bad Czarnian down.

[Read Lobo #1 on comiXology]

Kara Szamborski supervises the International Production Team at comiXology and has started reading the original TMNT comics thanks to the latest movie.