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It’s going to be a slow day here at the Major Spoilers, as I’m out of town attending a broadcasting convention. Fear not, I’ll be back later in the day for some solicitations from DC as well as some other news.

In the meantime, check out this sneak peek of DC/Wildstorm: Dreamwar #1 that arrives in stores this week.

Written by Keith Giffen
Art by Lee Garbett and Trevor Scott
Cover by Mike McKone
Variant Cover by Lee Garbett

The Midnighter and Grifter. Zealot and Deathblow. Superman and Wonder Woman. Superman and Wonder Woman?

In this landmark miniseries by writer Keith Giffen (52), Lee Garbett and Trevor Scott (MIDNIGHTER), the Earth is being torn apart. So when DC Universe heroes begin appearing in the WildStorm Universe, it seems at first they might be the answer to all the problems. Until it becomes clear that they might just be the reason for all the problems. And the Justice League of America doesn’t know how they got here…or how to get back!

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DC/Wildstorm: Dreamwar #1 arrives this week for $2.99.

via DC Comics

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Stephen Schleicher

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1 Comment

  1. April 14, 2008 at 11:22 am — Reply

    mreh.

    You would think that we could get a stable universe before we start with the new story crossovers.

    Personally, I never cared much for the WIldstorm Universe,so this has little interest for me. And another book by Giffen?

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