This fall, FOREVER EVIL will establish a new status quo in the DC Universe – one in which there are no superheroes left and evil is on a soaring rise. Therefore, it’ll be up to Steve Trevor and the surviving agents of A.R.G.U.S. to step up to the challenge of combating these threats on their own. But how can regular human beings take on super-powered villains and expect to stand a fighting chance?
“Trinity War” – the blockbuster summer crossover event that pits the Justice League, the Justice League of America, and the Justice League Dark against one another – directly paves the path for September’s Villains Month and the highly anticipated 7-issue miniseries, FOREVER EVIL.
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Fast-food employees across the county are walking off the job this week to protest their lousy pay, though it doesn’t seem likely their demands for more money will be met. Which makes sense: Fast-food chains have many more important priorities than paying employees a living wage.
Some Evil is just way too good.
Too good to be cut. Too good to wind up on the editing room floor. Too good to be locked away in a vault forever, never to be seen.
Welcome to What's New in The New 52 – where you, the fans, get a sneak peek at the stuff that crosses our desks. This little feature is a way to keep you all in the loop about what's new, different and exciting in The New 52 – whether it's a character design, cover, splash page or panel.
Witness The New 52 origin of The Dark Knight in BATMAN: ZERO YEAR from its initial sketches!
By now, you know that “Trinity War” won’t end with the superheroes of the DC Universe celebrating their defeat of evil. In fact, this groundbreaking crossover event will directly pave the path for September’s Villains Month and the villain-centric miniseries, FOREVER EVIL.
When asked by a reporter recently what he’d do if he found out a priest was gay, Pope Francisanswered, “Who am I to judge?” The Pontiff’s refreshing non-condemning tone was welcomed by many and may have set the stage for the Holy Father to do further outreach to the gay community.
Batman and Superman are known for large-scale adventure, but those adventures are still often limited to what can fit in a single 20-page comic book. However, once a year, we give the talent behind Batman, Superman and many of our other popular super heroes a chance to dream big and come up with an extra-sized story that takes our characters to places you might not see in their ongoing monthly title. Sometimes you’ll see them tangling with a favorite villain, or exploring a thread from their currently storyline.