JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 PREVIEW (Digital) (31 Aug 2011)

cover:  Jim Lee
JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 PREVIEW (Digital)
31 Aug 2011
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DC Comics (dccomics.com)


Features same Superman page previously published in DC COMICS – THE NEW 52 #1 (Jul 2011)





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    JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 PREVIEW (Digital) (31 Aug 2011)



    New digital comics for August and September 2011

    posted Sep 3, 2011 10:11 AM by vu sleeper

    From Vu


    JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 PREVIEW (Digital) (31 Aug 2011)

    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Digital) (02 Sep 2011)

    AUTHORITY #18 (Digital) (30 Aug 2011)
    Here are a couple of digital comics available a few weeks ago from read.dccomics.com

    JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 PREVIEW (Digital) (31 Aug 2011) features the same page that was available in DC COMICS – THE NEW 52 #1 (Jul 2011), except with a few pages from the new JUSTICE LEAGUE comics.

    AUTHORITY #18 (Digital) (30 Aug 2011) finally made it online, a year and a half after its print version,  THE AUTHORITY #18 (Jan 2010).


    The disappointing Flashpoint: Secret Seven series' third issue is finally available digitally with FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Digital) (02 Sep 2011), with a savings of $1 from the print version.  I only pick up the series because it originally solicited that George Perez was going to be involved in the series - as it turned out, only the covers and partial first issues were done by Perez.

     


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