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SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE #14 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoiler alerts ahead!)
Earlier this week, we teased that JUSTICE LEAGUE #14 would reveal the fate of the transformed Superman after being bitten by the Cheetah. Well if you picked up the issue when it hit stores this past Wednesday, you now know exactly what we were talking about!
In JUSTICE LEAGUE #14, the League continues their battle against the Cheetah and Superman, while simultaneously trying to protect the Man of Steel from the wounds inflicted upon him. Deep in the forest, they meet the tribe that the Cheetah was meant to protect. The head of this tribe details the long history of the Cheetah and reveals that the root of the problem is not that the Goddess of the Hunt is evil. Instead, it’s the woman possessed by her who is!
After being captured by the tribe, Superman is cured, and Cheetah gets locked away in Belle Reve. But once behind bars, the villainess begins to talk to an unseen source, revealing that her imprisonment was all part of a larger and mysterious plan. Meanwhile, on the Watchtower, the League tells Diana that Barbara Minerva is a lie. She is actually a wanted criminal who continues to switch identities to escape the authorities. Hurt by this news about the woman she once called her best friend, Wonder Woman seeks comfort in the Man of Steel.
Much to the surprise of the local customers, Superman takes Wonder Woman to the Smallville Diner in an attempt to help her regain some incentive to be the superhero that she is. Afterwards, he takes her on a tour of the Kent family farm and the duo share another passionate kiss.
Little do these lovebirds know, someone is watching their every move! It’s their teammate, Batman. And judging by the look on his face, he seems less than thrilled about his friends’ developing romance. How will the Dark Knight’s knowledge of Wonder Woman and Superman’s relationship impact it? And more importantly, what will this mean for the Justice League itself? Place your bets in the comments section!
Below, take a look at the final pages of “The Secret of the Cheetah” as Superman and Wonder Woman kiss under the watchful eye of Batman. Setting the stage for next month’s epic crossover event with AQUAMAN, “Throne of Atlantis,” JUSTICE LEAGUE #14 comes to you from the creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artists Tony S. Daniel, Matt Banning, and Sandu Florea. Pick up the issue, in stores now!
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Earlier today, we told you about our panels at San Diego Comic Con this weekend. Now, take a look at the schedule for signings with our talent at the DCE booth!
But that’s not all! As a special treat, Jim Lee and Chris Daughtry will be doing a signing together on Friday at 7:30 at the Michael J. Wolf Gallery! And what’s more, the first 50 people in line for this signing will get a free autographed lithograph, drawn by Daughtry and inked by Lee!
Please note that the Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, Scott Snyder and Anthony Bourdain signings will require wristbands. Wristbands will be available at the beginning of each day at the DCE booth for that day's signing.
The folks at Amazon are giving all of us Justice League fans a sweet deal. Usually, Justice League: The Complete Series retails for $99.98. but until July 7th, the series is on sale for $44.99. That's 55% off the original price for all 15 discs!!!
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Late last week, we announced DC Comics #0 Month event. Today, multiple group solicits for the event have been released.
For those that don’t know, we are only a few months away from the one year anniversary of the DC Comics-The New 52 debut. In September 2012, DC will release every New 52 title with a #0 numbering. What does this mean for us? Each #0 will begin a trend of stand-alone stories. Some of these stories will deal with character or team origins, while others will provide answers to questions we as readers may have about the New 52 Universe.
Hey DCUO players, here is the first installment of another new series of walkthrough videos where doing here at dcuo unlimited, you want to know the skinny and strategy on raids well here is the big one.
Buried at the end of the Variety article about Warner Bros.’ stealthy hiring of a screenwriter for Justice League is news that the studio is inching forward with the long-troubled Wonder Woman movie.
According to the trade paper, Green Lantern screenwriter Michael Goldenberg is now attached to the adaptation, marking the first update since Warner Bros. President Jeff Robinov assured the Los Angeles Times more than a year ago that a script was in the works.
A live-action film has been in development since at least 2001, when producer Joel Silver paid Antz screenwriter Todd Alcott a reported six-figure sum to tackle the script. Four years and nearly a half-dozen writers later, Warner Bros. and Silver Pictures hired Joss Whedon to write and direct Wonder Woman. That deal famously fell apart in February 2007, when Whedon walked away from the movie, explaining, “We just saw different movies, and at the price range this kind of movie hangs in, that’s never gonna work. Non-sympatico.”
This time around DC Comics has provided us with a group shot featuring all six of the playable characters that have been revealed so far for the Injustice: Gods Among Us game.
"The New 52" inspired by gear arrives Monday with Game Update 14! Here’s a look at the gear inspired by Wonder Woman!
(Posted by Charles Webb on MTV.com) I have to admit to being pretty excited about NetherRealm getting their hands on the DCU again after 2008′s Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe. This time around, the Mortal Kombatstudio is letting the house that Superman built shine on its own with a one-on-one brawler featuring some of the heavy hitters from the DCU.
Yesterday, we announced Injustice: Gods Among Us, the upcoming DC Comics fighting game from the makers of the award-winning Mortal Kombat franchise. Injustice is going to be making the rounds at E3 next week, so DC thought it would be fun to count down the days to E3 with exclusive Injustice artwork.
Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment & NetherRealm Studios unveiled Injustice: Gods Among Us, a superhero fighting game set in the DC Universe.
Thanks to Brandy Phillips at DC Comics for announcing this fantastic news:
The first two online exclusives are available for purchase during the month of May. The first is a Flashpoint Action Figure Box Set including: Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and a previously unreleased Emperor Aquaman. The set also include a $500 Wayne Casino Poker Chip. The second exclusive is a Heroes of the DC Universe: Blackest Night Green Lantern and Sinestro Bust.
Podcast 50 is live, no seriously it was live! And you missed it? no worries we got the historic milestone show. We were joined by dcuo’s very own Jens Anderson and Larry Liberty and we get the full run down on dcuo’s new DLC 3 release pack and some hints of gear from the New 52 Comics inside dc universe online.
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