Saturday, September 17, 2016

Weird Science Tweets of the Week 09/17/2016 presents:
Official Unofficial World Infamous Weird Science DC Comics Tweets of the Week

By: Branden Murray
Back by unpopular demand I bring to you the Official Unofficial World Infamous Weird Science DC Comics Tweets of the Week. Remember if you love nonsense, if you’re here and reading this we know you do, keep up with the Get Fresh Crew all week long, with the computing device of your choice, on Twitter at the following addresses:

Faith #3 Review

The Long Con

Written by: Jody Houser
Art by: Pere Perez, Andrew Dalhouse, Marguerite Sauvage
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016
Review by: Ryan Douglas

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Since her first mini-series, Faith is adjusting to having a day job and relationship since taking down a crazy murder cult.  At the start of her new ongoing series. Faith got the opportunity to meet her favorite actor Chris Chriswell, who turns out to become her own first arch nemesis. After being captured by Chris she was able to break free and place him in jail. But it turns out that was his stunt man the entire time.

Weird Science DC Comics Comic Books of the Week 09/14/16

Another week, another bunch of books for the Weird Science Get Fresh Crew to review.  This week
was pretty strong overall, but don't take my word for it.  Just look at how many books made the Books of the Week while humming "What a Wonderful World."

I see trees of green, red roses too
I see them bloom for me and you
And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

DC Comics Bombshells Chapter 61 Review and **SPOILERS**

The Gods Must Be Crazy

Written By: Marguerite Bennett
Art By: Mirka Andolfo, J. Nanjan
Lettered By: Wes Abbott
Digital Price: $0.99
On Sale Date: September 16, 2016


Too much history is taught as being dictated by singular men or women (let’s face it, almost always men.) There have been and are visionaries, both creative and destructive, to be sure. But their ideas persist because we collectively allow them, by our direct support or uninvolved apathy. Take, for instance, Adolf Hitler. Yes, this was a supremely horrible individual, but he was elected to the position of Chancellor, and the rise of his Third Reich aided by hailing salutes or resolute shrugs. And this happens throughout history, we shove our shared achievements and deplorable actions into figureheads to make it all more bite-sized and easier to swallow. Because the toughest thing to swallow is that we are all culpable. Wherever we allow injustice to persist, whenever the next generation is sacrificed for the comforts of the current one, we are all guilty. It’s something to consider. With that in mind, check out my review of DC Comics’ Bombshells chapter 61, below!

Friday, September 16, 2016

New Super-Man #3 Review and *SPOILERS*


(The Wicked)

Written By: Gene Luen Yang

Art By: Viktor Bogdanovic, Richard Friend, Hi-Fi
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

*Non-Spoilers and Score At The Bottom* 

I'm not going to lie to you, readers. As much as I love a good origin story, I was ready to watch Kenan and his series crash and burn after the first issue... Maybe it's because I was still recovering from the DC You disappointments, or Earth 2: Society, but I was ready for a smack in the face. To my surprise, it didn't come. What did come though was a fun book about a teenager getting the powers of Super-Man. He can be a jerk, has a massive ego, and might not be the sharpest tool in the shed; he has shown that he has the potential to be good(Kind of like Billy Batson in the Shazam origin for the New 52).

So what makes him different than our mightiest mortal, and every other hero in the DCU? He's a big enough dummy to unveil his identity on television. Yeah, a very dumb move especially when Dr. Omen's secret project... How will she react? Let's dive in and find out...

Top 5 Fridays: Top 5 Undead Characters in Comics

It's time to rise for another Top 5 Friday! It's getting to that time of year where grocery stores start putting out candy, clothing stores get a costume department, and any place that serves coffee begins to sell pumpkin spice flavor. Yup, the time of Halloween is quickly approaching once again Halloween brings up a lot of thoughts(mainly how many boxes of Count Chocula can I buy),  but the most common thing that runs through my mind at this time of year are the undone. There are so many undead Characters that fill up our TV screens, movies and even comic books, which is what will be covering today. The rules of this list are that the comic book character has to be identified as undead. This means zombies, vampires, ghosts, etc. as always this is an opinion based list, so if you see something that you don't like, I apologize. Enough talk! Time to dive in with these characters from the crypt!

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Spotlight: Detective Comics #940

Detective Comics #940...It's big, it's spoiler filled and it's our weekly spotlight.  Things happen in this comic books...big things!  Listen to Jim and Eric talk about it then join them for the regular podcast each and every Sunday Night where they review every book that comes out. Enjoy!

Wonder Woman ’77 Chapter 27 Review and **SPOILERS**

I Beat Up Space Aliens for All Nations

Written By: Amanda Deibert
Art By: Christian Duce, Wendy Broome
Letters By: Wes Abbott
Digital Price: $0.99
On Sale Date: September 15, 2016


One big event that happened in 1977 was the death of Elvis Presley on August 16. I don’t remember it—I was only two years old at the time, after all—but throughout my youth, his name was invoked by my parents and grandparents, and in popular media. I remember the fat Elvis in a jumpsuit mainly, and the legend of him having died of a drug overdose on toilet. But even as a kid, I was aware that there had been a thinner Elvis Presley, one that revolutionized popular music or something, long before I drew breath. My parents didn’t even like his music all that much—I think only my one grandma was a true fan—but Elvis’ name was invoked on a regular basis until around the time I got to junior high school. And now, you almost never hear about Elvis Presley outside of a Scott Snyder interview! We’re keeping the torch alive for Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman, why can’t we have an Elvis Presley ’77 comic? Depicting events that took place before August 16, of course. The late 70s are a hot property right now, think about it! In the meantime, read my review of Wonder Woman ’77 chapter 27, and get into that fat Elvis mood!

DC Comics Best Covers of the Week 09/14/16

Your Mileage May Variant

It's that time again, the second best day of the week: the day after New Comic Book Day! That's when we can take stock of the swell comics we got and assess their aesthetic values. They say you can't judge a book by its cover, but you can judge the cover of a book by its cover! I did that for this week's DC Comics, limiting it to five for no particular reason. Check it out!

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Five Chapter #39 Review

Cross Your Heart and Hope...

Written by: Brian Buccellato
Art by: Mike S. Miller, J. Nanjan and Wes Abbot
Cover Price: $0.99
Release Date: September 13, 2016

Well guys and gals, it's almost over.  This is the penultimate issue of Injustice and I have mixed feelings.  I hate to see one of my favorite books end, but it's sure had one hell of a ride!  Seriously, for a video game tie-in comic, Injustice has kicked ass.  In fact, it kind of dropped the whole tie-in connection awhile back and stood on it's own as just a really good comic to me.  So, it's with a heavy heart that I review the last two issues of a book that I've been reading and reviewing almost every week for years.  Is this issue any good?  Let's find out...

Earth 2: Society #16 Review and *SPOILERS*

Monkey On My Back....... and In My Brain.

Written By: Dan Abnett
Art By: Angel Hernandez, David Calderon, Ikari Studio, Travis Lanham
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Let's head back to Earth 2 and see what kind of trouble our Wonders can get into now that Ultra-Humanite has possessed Alan Scott and called his ring back........... pretty much making him a god...... Yeah, you've read this book, you know.  So yeah, with the fate of the world at the mercy of the Ultra-Humanite, let's see if our heroes can band together to stop their friend Green Lantern, while hopefully not hurting him before he makes his way to Fury's Pandora Casket, where he could possibly remake the world into the Planet of The Humanites.  With any luck, we'll get our heroes using the Casket in some way, where we can go back in time and somehow prevent World's End from ever happening........... The Pandora Casket can do that, right?........ RIGHT?  Oh well, let's move on and see how our Wonders handle themselves when faced with such a big threat.  Let's check it out.

Pre-Cheetah Barbara Ann Minerva to be Featured in WONDER WOMAN #8

Fans of Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott and Liam Sharp’s epic Wonder Woman storylines can anticipate an added bonus to the “Year One” storyline by Rucka and Scott, in the form of a one- shot interlude (WONDER WOMAN #8, on sale October 12th, 2016) focusing on Barbara Ann Minerva, aka The Cheetah, written by Rucka with art and cover by Bilquis Evely (SUGAR & SPIKE). In a tale that spotlights Cheetah’s past, young Barbara Ann Minerva is sent on a quest to find answers to the Amazons’ most ancient secrets!

I (Reggie) reviewed Sugar & Spike through the whole Legends of Tomorrow series, and while I was no great fan of the comic I was consistently a huge fan of Bilquis Evely's artwork--in fact, here's an impromptu poem telling how I feel about her artwork:

Oh Bilquis Evely
Your art is heavenly
I know that barely rhymes
But poems don't have to rhyme

Read on to learn more about this exciting one-shot, and see some original artwork from Bilquis herself!

Superwoman #2 Review and **SPOILERS**

Behind Every Successful Man is a Bizarro Woman

Written By: Phil Jimenez
Art By: Phil Jimenez, Matt Santorelli and Joe Prado, Jeromy Cox
Lettered By: Rob Leigh
Cover Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: September 14, 2016


So now that Superwoman is a comic book, I think it’s time for MAD Magazine to make a Superduperwoman parody. Superduperman, written by Harvey Kurtzman and drawn by Wally Wood, is the first great satire of the publication from way back in 1953. Here, you can check it out yourself until DC Comics figures out that it’s online and rains holy legal terror on that humble blog. I remember the first time I saw this story, in a reprint issue that came with one of MAD’s regular Super Specials, and I thought it was hysterical. So let me help the writers out a little: Clana Clang. Yawn Hungry Myrons aka Squeel. “Specs” Loofa, billionaire industrialist and spindly nerd that uses his robotic suit to turn into Wetropolis’ defender. The damn thing is writing itself! It probably wouldn’t be as good as Superwoman, though, which you may also find is true if you read on!

Action Comics #963 Review and *SPOILERS*

What A Scoop!

Written By: Dan Jurgens
Art By: Patrick Zircher, Arif Prianto, Rob Leigh
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Now that Doomsday is taken care of.......... or at least gone for the moment, it's time to start rebuilding Metropolis and getting to the bottom of who this strange ass Clark Kent is, who apparently doesn't have powers and has never been Superman.  Crazy right?  Well, it's about time in my mind because while Superman was punching Doomsday in the face, all I cared about was finding out about how Clark Kent could be watching the action....... and of course what Mr. Oz was up to, but we don't get any of that here, so I shouldn't even bring it up....... Lousy peeping Tom Mr. Oz.  Anyway, with all the threats to Metropolis temporarily taken care of, let's check out who this mild-mannered reporter really is and if he actually is the real Clark Kent and everything we thought we new about the DC Universe has been a lie.  Let's check it out.

Green Lanterns #6 Review and *SPOILERS*

I Believe I Can Fly........ and Make A Construct

Written By: Sam Humphries
Art By: Will Conrad, Jack Herbert, Blond, Dave Sharpe
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

We've come to the end of our Red Dawn story line...... or Red Planet..... or as it's referred to in this issue, Rage Planet and it's time to see if Jessica Cruz can step up to her responsibilities and do more than just whine about not being able to do anything.  Hopefully, she does because as we saw in the last issue, Simon Baz is about to have his throat torn out because he had to go and get over zealous with his whole "I can cure people's rage" thinking and Atrocitus just wasn't having it.  A guy goes and cures a Red Lantern for a couple of seconds and out of nowhere he believes he can get the rage out of the master of it....... I'm all about self confidence, but jeez.  Let's jump into this issue and see if our Lantern heroes can come out of nowhere and get a win against their first foe, even though they're seriously outmatched.  Let's check it out.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #2 Review

Shoot that Poison Arrow

Written by: Scott Lobdell
Art by: Dexter Soy, Veronica Gandini and Taylor Esposito
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

Red Hood and the Outlaws has been one of my favorite books since Rebirth.  In fact, when we had our "Do or Die Rebirth Pull List" podcast, this book easily made my list.  It's already been so much fun and things can only get crazier from here.  I mean, Jason Todd as part of a Dark Trinity with Artemis and Bizarro?  As Homer Simpson said when using a napkin for the first time...OUTRAGEOUS!  Of course, we just got Artemis at the end of last issue and we have yet to see Bizarro, so is this the issue where it all comes together?  Yes or no, is it good?  Let's find out...

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #4 Review and **SPOILERS**

Gimme Summa Dat Fear-Based Lovin’

Written By: Robert Vendetti
Art By: Ethan Van Sciver, Jason Wright
Lettered By: Dave Sharpe
Cover Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: September 14, 2016


So far this comic book has not been contrary to its title: it does feature Hal Jordan, and it has featured the Green Lantern Corps. They just haven’t interacted with each other yet. It sort of reminds me of that last season Suzanne Somers was on Three’s Company: she’d pissed of Joyce DeWitt and John Ritter (RIP) so much with her contract negotiations, that they refused to share a soundstage with her. So for a bunch of episodes, Chrissy calls in to the apartment and Jack or Janet have a brief conversation with her, and then go on their way to the usual fundamental misunderstandings and pratfalls. I think that’s when Chrissy’s cousin Cindy started, to fill in some of the eye candy scenes meant for Suzanne Somers. Anyway I would like to see Hal on the phone to John Stewart, it would be touching. “When are you comin’ home, John?” “Soon, li’l man, soon.” Hey, maybe that happens in this issue! Why don’t you read on and find out!

Batgirl and The Birds of Prey #2 Review and *SPOILERS*

This Time It's Personal

Written By: Julie Benson, Shawna Benson
Art By: Claire Roe, Roge Antonio, Allan Passalaqua, Hi-Fi, Steve Wands
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

When we last walked through the pages of Batgirl and The Birds of Prey we saw Batgirl and Black Canary joining forces with Huntress so that they could all work together for mutual gain.  Huntress gets the mob boss Fenice while Batgirl and Black Canary get the impostor Oracle.  It seems like a good enough strategy, but with this Oracle knowing pretty much........ everything, it's going to be interesting to see if our heroes can stay a step ahead of this techno terror.  Especially since our gang wants to keep the mob boss Santo alive and well to get the information he has on this new intelligence broker, but with Fenice wanting him dead and working with this Oracle......... Well, I don't know how long this Santo has left.  Hopefully since Barbara called in her daddy as backup in the previous issue we'll have the support of the GCPD going for us in seeing the Birds of Prey coming up Milhouse.  Let's jump into this issue and check it out.

Scooby Apocalypse #5 Review and *SPOILERS*

Out of Sight... Out of Mind
Scooby Apocalypse #5
"The Siege!"
Origination - Keith Giffen
Extrapolation - J.M. DeMatteis
Delineation - Howard Porter
Augmentation - Hi-Fi
Communication - Nick Napolitano
Accommodation - Brittany Holzherr
Organization - Marie Javins
Inspiration - Jim Lee
Release Date: 09.14.2016
Cover Price: $3.99

Hmm... something's telling me this isn't going to wrap up neat and tidy in six-issues.  This is both refreshing and worrying.  Refreshing in that I appreciate any books breaking the "done in six" formula... worrying in that I'm not sure how much longer they can stretch this story.  I fear the filler.

Is this a "filler" issue... let's find out together.

Suicide Squad #2 Review and **SPOILERS**

Them Suicide Squadders Find Themselves in a Mighty Pickle!

Written By: Rob Williams
Art By: Jim Lee, Scott Williams, Alex Sinclair
Backup Art By: Ivan Reis, Oclair Albert, Marcelo Maiolo
Lettered By: Nete Piekos of Blambot®
Cover Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: September 14, 2016


You guys know me, I’m constantly giving away million-dollar ideas. I can’t help it. They just come to me. I probably make five or six people rich every day with my brilliance. And you know what? I’m glad. It’s a public service. Besides, I’m no good on the execution of things, just the ideas. For instance, Suicide Squad is a hot property now, right? And there seems to be a resurgence of Pokémon what with that new Pokémon Go app, right? Well one of the Pokémon, a Legendary Water Type whatever the hell that means, is called Suicune. So why don’t we smash these two trends together and make the Suicune Squad! It would be like a bunch of tentacled, blue elk-rabbits doing black ops for Waller, or maybe a bunch of, whaddoyacallem, Pokémon Trainers and they would kill people with their electric rats and whatnot. Like I said, I’m no good with the execution side, I just come up with the germ. And it seems to me that the iron is hot for striking now, before people realize that the Suicide Squad is just a modernized version of Hogan’s Heroes and Pokémon is for obsessive-compulsive babies. Hey, let’s keep those fires burning and take a look at Suicide Squad #2, right here!

The Flash #6 Review

What a Crisis!

Written by: Joshua Williamson
Art by: Carmine Di Giandomenico, Ivan Plascencia and Steve Wands
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

I will admit it right here and now...I have been running hot and cold with Joshua Williamson's Rebirth Flash run.  Overall, I think it's been good, but it's also been inconsistent.  The big thing going into this issue, however, is that Williamson is the master of setting up things that payoff down the line and actually make a down issue seem not so down in retrospect.  When we find out the who and why of Godspeed, will it be one of those moments?  Let's find out...

Gotham Academy: Second Semester #1 Review and **SPOILERS**

Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatchu Gonna Do?

Story By: Brenden Fletcher, Becky Cloonan & Karl Kerschl
Script By: Brenden Fletcher & Karl Kerschl
Pencils By: Adam Archer
Inks By: Sandra Hope
Background Paintings By: Msassyk
Colors By: Chris Sotomayor & Serge LaPointe
Breakdowns By: Rob Haynes
Cover Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: September 14, 2016


Hooray everyone! School’s back in session! When you get to be an old fart like me, that’s good news. Oh, I remember the sickening feeling in the pit of my stomach as we neared the first day of school after summer vacation, and the sense not that I’d wasted my time off, but that I hadn’t wasted it enough. Looking back, I have to say that I whiled away the hours doing nothing of importance with the ability of a Gladstone Gander or a Wimpy J. Wellington. Why, even the Little Tramp would have marveled at my skilled laziness. Nowadays, I have to do stuff every stupid day just to keep myself alive and under shelter. Clearly I should have been a prep school werewolf or skeleton ghost or something, they get to hang around and do nothing even while school is in session. Uh, except terrorize the pupils, that is. They still have to do that. I wonder if they’re still up to their old tricks in the pages of Gotham Academy: Second Semester? Why not read on and find out!

All-Star Batman #2 Review and *SPOILERS*

There's A Chance For Showers and A Shit Load of Villains

Written By: Scott Snyder
Art By: John Romita Jr., Danny Miki, Dean White, Steve Wands, Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire
Cover Price: $4.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

It's time to get back to our Midnight Run style story, where Batman is doing the best he can to get Two-Face to some mysterious destination, so he can finally cure Harvey Dent of all his Two-Facey-ness.  As we saw though in the first issue, it isn't going to be that easy because Two-Face has informed the world that he has dirt on everyone and if the fine people...... and villains of Gotham don't get off their duffs and stop Batman, he's going to release what he's got and it's going to hit the world like some sort of new Fappening.  So yeah, Batman has his hands full as he tries to get Two-Face to their destination as villain after villain come after his ass.  Let's jump into this issue and see if our hero makes it any further to where he wants to go or if any villain comes through to accept the reward from Two-Face for actually taking down The Bat.  Let's check it out.

Deathstroke #2 Review

Wintergreen Of Our Discontent

Written by: Christopher Priest
Art by: Larry Hama, Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz, Jeromy Cox and Willie Shubert
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

Deathstroke is one of those books that I am having a problem putting my finger on.  I like it, but am not really sure why.  The story has been more confusing that satisfying yet the way Christopher Priest winds in and out of time and space really intrigues me.  The art has also been really solid, but again, when I'm done reading it, I move along and don't really think about it again until the next issue arrives.  Well, it's arrived and I'm back to review it.  Does this issue give me a little more to chew on or did it leave me confused and wanting more?  Let's find out...

Doom Patrol #1 Review and **SPOILERS**

Journey to the Center of the Gyro Sandwich

Written By: Gerard Way
Art By: Nick Derington, Tamra Bonvillain
Lettered By: Todd Klein
Cover Price: $3.99
On Sale Date: September 14, 2016


When DC’s “pop-up” imprint Young Animal was announced, uh…like three or four months ago, Jim immediately said that the books therein would be under my purview. Eric and Jim considered the projected titles to be “Reggie books,” that is to say they looked weird as hell. And you know what? They’re right! They do look weird as hell! And that’s right up my avenue. Doom Patrol is hands down my favorite team in comics, and one of the few groups where I own some readable form of their every appearance. And the other books certainly tickle my psychedelic freak-out bone—which is why I roped in podcastin’ comrade and fellow fan of the four-color bizarre Chris Sheehan from to handle a book or two on the list. And you want to know something else? I think that before too long, Jim and Eric are gonna regret giving up these books! It’s definitely premature to say, but everything I’ve seen so far looks really promising. All we’ve got to hand, however, is the first issue of Doom Patrol. So let’s get to it!

Teen Titans #24 Review and **SPOILERS**

Tim Drake is All That and a Snack Cake

Written By: Tony Bedard
Art By: Ian Churchill, Norm Rapmund, Tony Aviña
Lettered By: Corey Breen
Cover Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: September 14, 2016


One of the most amazing things about comics is that people really do embrace legacy characters. I know this seems like a stupid observation, and it is, but there are entire generations for whom Wally West is “their” Flash, or John Stewart is “their” Green Lantern. In the past, I’ve been unable to fathom new characters catching on, but it is undeniable. So it is with Tim Drake, who came to being during a time I wasn’t reading comics that closely—though I was reading Batman, so I was familiar with him. He just never clicked with me, I was stuck on Dick Grayson as Nightwing and Jason Todd as Robin and never really cottoned to Tim as Batman’s sidekick. And yet I have talked to lots of people for whom Tim Drake is “their” Robin. And when Tim Drake showed up in Geoff Johns’ Teen Titans, I started to like him a bit more. Then the New 52 happened, and Tim Drake was the centerpiece of the worst comic book of that whole publishing initiative. Well, that’s all over now, folks, the Teen Titans are Rebirthing next month and Tim Drake…well, you probably know what happened to him by now. So how is the swan song, the final issue of this volume of Teen Titans? Let’s find out, together!

Wonder Woman #6 Review


Written by: Greg Rucka
Art: Nicola Scott, Romulo Fajardo Jr. and Jodi Wynne
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

I have simply loved Greg Rucka's Rebirth Wonder Woman book and have especially enjoyed reading and reviewing the Year One story.  I am always a sucker for any type of origin story and while this isn't how it all started for Diana, it is the start of Wonder Woman.  Last issue ended with her and Steve (and his unfortunate mates) getting into the Invisible Jet and flying off to "Man's World" and that's where we pick up this week.  Is it good?  Of course it is, but how good?  Let's find out...

Detective Comics #940 Review and *Spoilers*

Droning On and On

Written by: James Tynion IV
Art by: Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, Adriano Lucas and Marilyn Patrizio
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

Detective Comics is one of the best books in Rebirth and it's all about the team.  Batwoman, Tim Drake, Spoiler, Cassandra Cain and Clayface have been great together and while most have had their time in the spotlight, nobody has shone quite as bright as Tim Drake.  James Tynion has been on a single handed crusade to redeem the former Robin after the New 52 pretty much turned him into a dick.  No pun intended!  Last issue ended with Tim changing Colony's plans to kill innocent Gothamites by making himself the sole target of their attack.  It didn't look good, but Tim can't possibly die, right?  Let's find out...

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

PREVIEW: Earth 2: Society #16

Written By: Dan Abnett
Art By: Angel Hernandez, David Calderon, Ikari Studio, Travis Lanham
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: September 14, 2016

The Amazonian casket has the potential to remake Earth-2 and end the years of struggle and survival, but is using it too great a risk? The Ultrahumanite doesn’t care. In a last stand, the heroes must stop him from using it to shape a new reality where he is in control—or annihilate Earth-2 entirely. Don’t miss this turning point in Earth-2 history.

Oh yeah, we're going to get our Wonders taking on a psychic albino ape and I couldn't be happier!  Really, you add an ape to anything and I'm happy as hell......... You're right, I should totally go marathon Planet of The Apes.... except for Battle For The Planet of The Apes, let's end it on a high note.......... Oh, and Earth 2 stuff.