The last title for the September 14 review set appears to have been set up by Scott Lobdell to relate closely to Lobdell’s other title, the Teen Titans. So far, Superman’s corner of the DCU seems have undergone the most drastic change post Flashpoint.
DC: The New 52
This week’s third pleasant surprise gets reviewed this morning. The only review left from the September 14 releases is Superboy, which I was always planning to get and not necessarily going to be surprised by.
Why name a character Resurrection Man? Because he just plain refuses to stay dead. The Powers That Be don’t seem to like that.
The Peter Milligan/Ed Benes series first announced for earlier this year finally makes its debut. This spins out of recent Green Lantern stories establishing a whole spectrum of emotions. This corps is driven by the red power of rage, which often blinds them to reason.
The second of three pleasant surprises this week is now due for review.
Some familiar faces from the Legion of Super-Heroes can be found in this title, while the rest will appear next week. It’s very difficult to discuss without spoilers, so I’ll try to keep them as vague as possible.
Another WildStorm property joins the DCU proper this week.
In this corner of the DC Universe, very little has changed as a result of Flashpoint. However, the recent War of the Green Lanterns is in full effect, with Sinestro serving the Corps using Hal Jordan’s ring.
The Creature Commandos are back with a new leader.