Flashpoint #2 ($2.99 Regular Format, $3.99 Deluxe Format)
Thomas Wayne decides to help Barry Allen regain his Flash powers
Batgirl: Year One #1-9 ($1.99 each)
The entire 2003 Chuck Dixon and Scott Beatty mini-series that told the Post Crisis origin of Barbara Gordon as Batgirl. FYI, there is an ongoing petition to get this mini back on the production table as a DC Animated Direct to video film, you can check it out here. As well as listen to the leader of the campaign, Stella, discuss the series on her Batgirl To Oracle: A Barbara Gordon Podcast with Dixon and Beatty in Episode 22.
Batman #703 ($1.99)
Grant Morrison writes this Bruce Wayne: The Road Home prelude issue.
Batman and Robin #22 ($1.99)
The wrap up to the Dark Knight, White Knight storyline from the spring of 2011.
Batman: Arkham City Exclusive Digital Chapter #4 ($0.99)
Robin starts to explore the new Arkham City, without Batman’s authorization, and gets in the middle of a deadly street fight.
Birds of Prey: The Ravens ($1.99)
A Chuck Dixon one shot from 1998 that pits the Birds with a newly formed group of villains.
DC Digital Comics Sneak Peeks for 7/13/2011 (Free)
This week’s offering spotlights Batman: The Dark Knight #3 on the cover, and inside has previews of; Batman The Brave and The Bold #9, Batgirl #23, Bruce Wayne: The Road Home Trade Paperback, Birds of Prey #14, DC Comics Presents Batman: Gotham Noir 100 Page Spectacular, Detective Comics #879, Red Robin #25, and Teen Titans #97.
Detective Comics #864-866 ($1.99 each)
Issues 864 and 865 comprise the David Hine Beneath The Mask storyline that tells of the connection with Arkham and the new Black Mask that appeared at the start of Batman: Reborn. And issue 866 is a Denny O’Neil one shot that was a bit of a celebration issue as it came out the same month as Batman # 700 did in June of 2010.
Gotham Central #36-37 ($1.99 each)
Issue 36 sees the wrap up of the Dead Robin story, and Issue 37 is an Infinite Crisis: Day of Vengeance tie in, featuring Captain Marvel.
Gotham City Sirens #17 ($1.99)
The Sirens, along with Zatanna and Talia al Ghul try to free Catwoman before she can reveal the identity to who is Batman.
JLA #86-87 ($1.99 each)
2003’s Trial By Fire continues.
Superman/Batman #73 ($1.99)
Continuing Paul Levitz’ Worship story.
Young Justice Volume 1 #35-37 ($1.99 each)
Issues 35 and 36 tie in with the 2001 Our Worlds At War event and #37 sees the team stuck on Apokolips and at the mercy of Granny Goodness.
Posted by Steve J. Rogers