Batman and Robin #18 ($1.99)
The Absence story continues as Batman and Robin go deeper into a woman in Bruce’s past.
Batman/Catwoman: Trail of The Gun #1-2 ($2.99 each)
A two part mini-series from August-September 2004 that was written by Ann Nocenti and Ethan Van Sciver, with art by Van Sciver. Both Bruce and Selina are trying to track down a gun that never misses, for obviously different reasons.
Birds of Prey #123 ($1.99)
Oracle asks the Calculator’s help in taking down the Silicon Syndicate and The Joker.
DC Digital Comics Sneak Peeks 6/15/11 (Free)
Another free set of previews of books hitting the stands this week. On the cover is the first issue of the Flashpoint tie-in mini-series, Deadman and The Flying Graysons. Inside, the previews include; Batgirl #22, Batman #711 (I wonder if you can get a free Batman Slurpee or Big Gulp cup with purchase? Yeah I know, bad joke), a one shot 100 pager called JLA: Black Baptism, DC Universe Online Legends #10, Power Girl #25 (Bruce is on the cover and in the book), and Teen Titans #96 (Red Robin is on this team)
Gotham Central #28-29 ($1.99 each)
Starting the Keystone Kops story arc. Greg Rucka kicks things off with Allen and Montoya taking on a case of a group of children finding a very dangerous hideout, and continues in issue 29 with a visit to Keystone City and a Flash villain named Dr. Alchemy.
Gotham City Sirens #13 ($1.99)
The two part Sister Zero arc concludes as Tony Bedard wraps up a story featuring Maggie trying to save Selina from a demon that Maggie thinks is possessing her, while Selina tries to stop Maggie from going insane.
JLA #78-79 ($1.99 each)
A two part Joe Kelly story called Rules of Engagement story from early 2005, which sees the League struggle between staying neutral or taking sides in a galactic conflict.
Superman/Batman #69 ($1.99)
Continuing the Our World’s At War aftermath tie-in, as the identity of the Durlan is revealed.
Sins of Youth: Kid Flash and Impulse ($1.99)
The final installment legally digitized anyway, of the Sins of Youth crossover that has been uploaded the last few weeks.
Young Justice Volume 1 #23-25 ($1.99 each)
Jay Faerber does some pinch hitting duties for Peter David in the first part of a story called Australian Games from the summer of 2000. David returns in issue #24, which concludes the story, and issue #25 sees the team have a space adventure.
Posted by Steve J. Rogers