DC Comics has slipped us a sneak peek of titles shipping next week including The Spirit #3 by Darwyn Cooke. I was hooked with issue #1 and can’t wait to see how long Cooke can keep up the great story and art. Take the jump for the previews of The Spirit, Superman, and the long delayed Wonder Woman #4.

The Spirit #3
Written by Darwyn Cooke
Cover by Cooke
Art by Cooke and J. Bone

Investigating a gang shooting at a local restaurant, the Spirit and Commissioner Dolan make a startling discovery — the gunman apparently was killed years before, on the same night the Spirit came to be. Later, his mind wanders back to that fateful evening when Denny Colt met his destiny, and a legend was born.


On Sale February 21, 2007 for $2.99

Superman #659
Written by Kurt Busiek and Fabian Nicieza
Art by Carlos Pacheco, Peter Vale, and Jesus Merino
Cover by Al Barrionuevo

Is Superman an angel? A messenger from heaven itself? One woman believes with all her heart, but her faith in Superman may lead to disaster. As Superman reels from the shattering revelations of “Camelot Falls,” Kurt Busiek and Fabian Nicieza (ACTION COMICS: “Back in Action!”) re-team for a look at Superman’s earliest days in Metropolis, and a tale of hope, power and deadly repercussions featuring stellar artwork by Carlos Pacheco and new discovery Peter Vale!


On Sale February 21, 2007 for $2.99

Wonder Woman #4
Written by Allan Heinberg
Art and Cover by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson

When the all-new Wonder Woman encounters the Cheetah, Giganta and Dr. Psycho, she discovers that Wonder Woman’s Rogues Gallery has undergone a radical transformation! Even Dr. Poison, Dr. Cyber and Osira are somehow more powerful and deadlier than ever before. But who is responsible for these magical makeovers? And will this army of revitalized rogues be too much for the gods’ newest champion? Find out in Part 4 of the 5-part epic “Who Is Wonder Woman?”


On Sale February 21, 2007 for $2.99


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