Meet the Teen Hellions—a team of misfit Ame-Comi Girls out to have fun and save the world. It’s not easy for Jessie Quick, aka Zombie Flash, to be the only undead, crime-fighting teenager in school. But when she meets Red Raven and her tough besties, she may have finally found a place to fit in.
But it’s not all sleepovers and boy talk when Red Raven’s angry dad Trigon comes to take her home! Is their Friday night ruined? Invading from the demon dimension Azarath, Trigon’s hell-bent on a family reunion. Or is he here to destroy the Earth? It’s up to the Hellions to stop him!
For some, September means going back to school. For others, it means saying goodbye to summer and getting ready for the upcoming fall season. But here at DC Comics, this September means one thing: Villains Month!
SCOOBY-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU #37 has villains to be unmasked and more than a few mysteries that only the Scooby Team can solve!
In “Snack Attack,” there are no more Scooby Snacks! A mysterious monster haunting the Scooby Snack factory is driving it out of business. What will Scooby-Doo do? Join the gang as they discover what’s actually been mixing things up around the bakery!
SKETCHY CHARACTERS DEPT.
Decades after “The Blight” all but wiped out the human race, Mother Nature is taking back what’s hers, and she’s not alone…The Hinterkind have returned.
From the last, lost corners of the world they come, a myriad menagerie of myth and magic...but these aren’t childhood fairytale creatures. They are flesh, blood and passion, and they have a long-simmering hatred for those who drove them into the shadows: The human race!
Just in time for the holiday season, every Villains Month issue will be collected in a massive deluxe hardcover compilation. Like the DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 and DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 ZERO omnibus editions before it, the DC NEW 52 VILLAINS OMNIBUS will be your complete and comprehensive guide to this year’s exciting and groundbreaking September event.
Villains Month is here, and if you’ve seen our homepage today, you can tell that we’re pretty darn excited about it. Don’t get us wrong, we love our heroes. We want them to win. But the bad guys are just so much fun. You never know what to expect when it comes to our villains, so in a month where the villains have taken over all of our comics…well, the one thing we know we can expect is the unexpected!
Oh, and lots of jokes about “rounding up the villains” here in the Tuesday Roundup. You can expect that as well.
WATER BORED DEPT.
After failing four times in the past, 64-year-old Diana Nyad successfully swam from Cuba to Florida over the weekend. She made the 110-mile journey in just under 53 hours (slightly faster than Amtrak!), and was also the first person to do so without using a shark cage. Clearly, it’s cause for celebration! And for a speech from a water-logged, exhausted senior citizen!
BERG'S EYE VIEW TO A SHILL DEPT.
Today we continue the countdown to the release of our upcoming book, MAD’s Greatest Artists: Dave Berg! Each week we’ll post a selection from Dave’s beloved long-running feature, “The Lighter Side Of...” Let’s continue the series with an installment featured in MAD #119, June 1968.
CLASSIC MAD DEPT.