DC POWER (collectif)

Written by: Chuck Brown, Morgan Hampton, Stephanie Williams, Evan Narcisse, others.

Art by: Valentine De Landro, Clayton Henry, others.

Covers by: Jahnoy Lindsay, Sozomaika , Taj Tenfold, Ken Lashley, Sozomaika. \

Description: First there was DC Pride and DC Festival of Heroes; now it’s time to celebrate Black History Month! Cyborg, John Stewart, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Batwing, Vixen, Amazing-Man, and more take center stage to highlight the power of Black excellence across the DC Universe, in stories from a variety of comics’ finest Black artists and writers!

Pages: 104.

Price: $9.99.

Available: January 31.

Héros Jamaïquains ?


Vais chercher des trucs correspondants à lire alors …

Far Sector Preview? Tiens.


Written by: N.K. Jemisin, John Ridley, Brandon Thomas, Lamar Giles, Shawn Martinbrough, Cheryl Lynn Eaton, Alitha Martinez.

Art by: Jamal Campbell, Edwin Galmon, Khary Randolph, Denys Cowan, Tony Akins, Asiah Fulmore, Alitha Martinez.

Covers by: Chase Conley, Jamal Campbell, Denys Cowan

Description: DC Power returns for round two with new stories spotlighting Black characters from across the DC Universe by an all-star cast of writers and artists! N.K. Jemisin and Jamal Campbell return to the Hugo Award-winning world of Far Sector for an epilogue featuring the first meeting between Jo Mullein and John Stewart! The Signal, Duke Thomas, finds inspiration from an unlikely ally. Crispus Allen searches for purpose outside of being the Spectre – and goes to Renee Montoya for guidance! Thunder and Lighting (Anissa and Jennifer Pierce), cause sparks to fly at a community event crashed by the Condiment King; Raphael Arce learns the secret origin of the original Bloodwynd; Val-Zod, Earth-2’s Superman, contemplates the balance between his pacifist philosophy and protecting the people of his universe; and Nubia teams up with…Mr. Mxyzptlk?! All these stories and more, just in time for Black History Month!

Pages: 104.

Price: $9.99.

Available: Jan. 30.

Y a que Jamal Campbell pour dessiner Jo. Quelle claque.