It’s been delayed a few times.
Two modern favorites of mine:
The Flash #207 (one of the best Flash covers ever), by Michael Turner
Justice League #1, by Jim Lee
That was the likely inspiration for this:
Here’s some Post-Crisis/Death of Superman goodness:
The adventures begin!
Better than ever!
Day of Judgment (Geoff Johns’ first event mini-series) #1
Best of DC Blue Ribbon Digest #1
In regards to Countdown #36, here’s Mary in her Countdown duds from Mattel’s Infinite Heroes line.
Since it’s November, let’s talk turkey!
Christmas will be here 'fore we know it.
This turkey is nobody’s dinner.
Comic Cavalcade #18. Gobble gobble, the JSA is on the hunt!
Lana as Superboy’s brother? As Troy McClure said “It happened!”
Solomon Grundy hates cranberry sauce.
Rudolph does DC.
It’s nice of Wonder Woman and the JSA to drop off gifts.
From the hallowed halls of the DCU library.
The Walmart exclusive 100 Page Giant adventures of Superman begin!
The Walmart exclusive 100 Page Giant adventures of Superman conclude.
More giant sized adventure via Wednesday Comics (no, that’s not me in the photo).
I feel like I’ve been thrilled by this one
Hey folks. Great topic…please keep sharing . I’m posting a link below to another image sharing topic. Started this one in Community 1.0, but seems to have lost much traction in 2.0…not sure why (maybe how it got categorized?). Anyhow, take a peak over there and if there are any DC images you would like to share (covers or other), please do so. Understandable if folks are no longer interested, but just thought I’d try and revive it. Here is the link:
The most recent shares were from a few days ago.
Thanks again to @MisfitH for giving me the blessing to share the link under their topic.
Has the Walmart 100 page giant Superman 16 come out yet? I haven’t seen it in stores.
Ahh, my first dc comics presents. Found it in the back issue bins when i was a kid and i was hooked!
It has indeed. It came out on October 18th, along with Aquaman Giant #1, DC Super Hero Girls Giant #1 and Teen Titans Go! Giant #1. It’s a solid ending to Tom King’s Superman tale.