picon__.jpgDC Comics has sent us a preview of titles scheduled to be in stores November 1, 2006.  Jonah Hex #13 tells the origin of Hex.  Looks like 13 really is his unlucky number.  Superman Confidential should be one of those must have titles, especially since it is illustrated by Tim Sale and written by Darwyn Cooke.  Don’t forget to click the thumbnails!

Written by Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti; Art and Cover by Jordi Bernet
Part 1 of a horrifying 3-part tale never before told: the weird Western origin of Jonah Hex, illustrated by European comics legend Jordi Bernet!

DC Universe  |  32pg.  |  Color  |  $2.99 US


Written by Darwyn Cooke; Art and Cover by Tim Sale
Don’t miss this first 6-part story arc in a brand-new ongoing Superman series, brought to you by the award-winning writer Darwyn Cooke (DC: The New Frontier) and artist Tim Sale (Superman: For All Seasons, Batman: Dark Victory)! Superman Confidential tells stories from key moments in the history of Superman. First up: the secrets of Kryptonite! Witness Superman’s first encounter with the radioactive chunks of his home planet and learn how it changed his life.

Superman  |  32pg.  |  Color  |  $2.99 US


Written by Jason Aaron; Art and Cover by Cameron Stewart
The hard-hitting miniseries examining life on opposing sides of the Vietnam War continues as PFC Bill Everette lands in Vietnam to a less than welcoming committee consisting of his fellow Marines, a new set vengeful spirits, and the locals — who might hate him more than his Viet-Cong enemies. Meanwhile, Vo Dai makes his way south to the waiting battle, and soon discovers he has his own set of terrifying demons to battle along the way.

Vertigo  |  32pg.  |  Color  |  $2.99 US  |  Mature Readers

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