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                    Young Justice: The Hangout Newsroom!

News

 

Upcoming Issues

September - Golden Age 
Superboy Month!!

Unofficially of course, the Golden Age Superboy will be shown in several classic reprints.  His first appearance, a few appearances with the Legion of Superheros, and another story "When the adventures of  Superman as a boy".  Be sure to check them out!

 

Countdown of Mercury Falling 

Impulse is the race of his life. Max Mercury's connection to the Speed Force has been severed, and with every use, Max slowly is dying from it.  Enlisting the help of Dr. Morlou, a theory was made to have Impulse bring Max to the Speed Force and hope the connection would be reestablished.  Pt. 3 of the storyline, found Bart in a VR connection and the realization that Inertia and Craydl have caused this sickness in Max and now races to attempt to save Max.  The up coming previews don't show Max coming out of this.  Look soon for a small " R.I.P. Max Mercury" image to share around the net.

 

 

Upcoming Covers

 


(Superman #163)

 

 


(Robin - Year 1 #1)

 

 


(Batman Dark Victory #13)

September

YOUNG JUSTICE #25
Written by Peter David; art and cover by Todd Nauck and Lary Stucker
Scheduled for release September 6. Beginning the team's 3-part journey into space! What will happen to Impulse's brain without air? Is Lil` Lobo now a part of YJ? In space, can you hear Robin scream? Find out the answers to these questions and more as our heroes head to the planet Myr to save a world and free a princess!
FC , 32 pg. $2.50*

ROBIN #82
Written by Chuck Dixon; art and cover by Pete Woods and Jesse Delperdang
Scheduled for release September 20. There's a new kid at Brentwood, and something about him just isn't quite right. But while Tim Drake tries to find out what's up with the newbie, Spoiler`s trying to find out a few things herself -- mainly, what does Robin see in Star, and just who is lurking behind the mask of the Boy Wonder, anyway? And if all that weren't enough, Tim and the boys go on a little girl-chasing vacation! Fun, sun and mystery, too!
FC , 32 pg. $2.25*

SUPERBOY #80
Written by Jay Faerber; art by Ben Herrera and Keith Champagne; cover by Tom Grummett and Karl Kesel
Scheduled for release September 20. Guest-stars of Titan-ic proportions make a cameo in Part 1 of a 2-part story written by Jay Faerber, new writer of THE TITANS! Superboy's longtime friend Roxy is still in a coma and getting worse, and no one at Project Cadmus can figure out what's wrong with her! And they may not get another chance to find the cause when the Kid is attacked by an alien creature known as Pyra, whose fiery rampage threatens the entire town of Kurtzberg!
FC , 32 pg. $2.25*

IMPULSE #66
Written by Todd Dezago; art by Ethan Van Sciver and Barbara Kaalberg; cover by Van Sciver and Wayne Faucher
Scheduled for release September 13. "Mercury Falling" reaches its shattering conclusion! How will Bart react to the traumatic events of the past few issues? The answers unfold here, in the most emotional, shocking and daring Impulse story to date!
FC , 32 pg. $2.50

BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #9
Written by Devin Grayson and Howard Chaykin; art by Roger Robinson, Jordi Bernet and John Floyd; cover by Brian Bolland
Scheduled for release September 20. Part 2 of the 4-part "Transference," guest-starring Nightwing and Robin! Trapped in the WayneCorp building, Batman engages in a psychological war with a stronger, smarter-than-ever Hugo Strange, but the aftermath of this battle will be a nightmare from which Nightwing, Robin, and the rest of Batman`s associates may never recover. Plus, a black-and-white backup story written by Howard Chaykin and illustrated by Jordi Bernet.
FC , 40 pg. $2.50*

  BATMAN: DARK VICTORY #12
Written by Jeph Loeb; art and cover by Tim Sale
Scheduled for release September 20. The remarkable maxi-series builds to its shocking conclusion! This issue's called "Revenge," but revenge on whom? And, for that matter, by whom? After last issue's shocking turn of events, is it ever going to be possible to discover the true identity of the Hang Man? And how does Dick Grayson fit into all this?
FC , 32 pg. (12 of 13) $2.95*

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES VOL. 10 HC
Written by Cary Bates and E. Nelson Bridwell; art by Dave Cockrum, George Tuska, Mike Grell, and Murphy Anderson; cover by Cockrum
Scheduled for release September 27. A handsome volume reprinting the Legion appearances from SUPERBOY (first series) #172-202, featuring the first comics work by artists Mike Grell and Dave Cockrum, the first two appearances of Wildfire (then called ERG-1); and the star-studded wedding of Bouncing Boy and Duo Damsel among other highlights. 
FC , 232 pg. Hardcover book $49.95

ADVENTURE COMICS #247
Written by Otto Binder, Henry Boltinoff and various; art by Al Plastino, George Papp, Ramona Fradon, and Boltinoff; cover by Curt Swan and Stan Kaye
Scheduled for release September 13. DC Comics opened the door to the distant future with this historic 1958 issue in which Superboy met the Legion of Super-Heroes for the very first time! Also in this issue: Green Arrow faces "The 13 Superstition Arrows," and Aquaman meets the Super Sea-Squad.
FC , 32 pg. $2.50

MORE FUN COMICS #101
Written by Jerry Siegel, Joe Samachson, Don Cameron, and Joseph Greene; art by Joe Shuster, Louis Cazeneuve, Maurice Del Bourgo, Mort Meskin, and Bernard Baily; cover by Cliff Young
Scheduled for release September 6. What was Superman like when he was a boy? Readers learned the answer in this 1945 issue that featured the first appearance of Superboy (a story written and drawn by Superman co-creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster). Rounding out the issue are Golden Age stories of Aquaman, Johnny Quick, Green Arrow and Speedy, and the Spectre!
FC , 48 pg. $2.95
 

October

YOUNG JUSTICE: SINS OF YOUTH TP
Written by Peter David and various; art by Todd Nauck, Lary Stucker and various; cover by Mike Wieringo and Terry Austin
In stores October 18. The sold-out event is now collected! Featuring all twelve parts to this age-switching epic featuring Young Justice, The JLA, The JSA, and more! For more information, see the DCU Spotlight for October Section.
FC, 320 pg. Trade Paperback $19.95

YOUNG JUSTICE #26
Written by Peter David; art and cover by Todd Nauck and Lary Stucker
In stores October 4
. Part 2 of the team's 3-part journey into space finds them on the Planet Myrg, attempting to free its populace from a tyrannical ruler. But the members of Young Justice are in for the ride of their lives as they end up facing an even larger threat with an unlikely challenge! Plus, Red Tornado's daughter receives some disturbing news that will have ramifications on another member of the team.
FC, 32 pg. $2.50*

IMPULSE #67
Written by Todd Dezago; art by Ethan Van Sciver and Rodney Ramos; cover by Van Sciver and Wayne Faucher
In stores October 11
. The tear-filled epilogue to the "Mercury Falling" storyline. The JLA, JSA, Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E., and others visit Impulse in an effort to comfort him in his time of loss, and to pay their respects to a legendary hero who has fallen. How will Bart cope without his beloved mentor?
FC, 32 pg. $2.50

SUPERBOY #81
Written by Jay Faerber; art by Ben Herrera and Keith Champagne; cover by Tom Grummett and Karl Kesel
In stores October 18
. Guest starring The Titans, who attempt to detain Roxy, whose body has merged with an alien lifeform and threatens to lay waste the town of Leesburg! Superboy may present the only chance to deal with Roxy peacefully — but will he stop fighting the Titans long enough to reach her?
FC, 32 pg. $2.25*

ROBIN #83
Written by Chuck Dixon; art and cover by Pete Woods and Jesse Delperdang
In stores October 18
. Vacation time! Tim Drake and the Brentwood gang enjoy sun, fun, girls, and the good life. But the mystery of the new kid Danny means Tim`s alter ego can`t be too far behind. This action-packed issue has it all! Robin vs. ninjas! Spoiler vs. her mom! Plus, just what is lurking in the waters of Gotham Harbor, and why is it so darn hungry?
FC, 32 pg. $2.25*

THE SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-HEROES #2
Written by Howard Chaykin and David Tischman; art and cover by Mike McKone and Jimmy Palmiotti
ELSEWORLDS. In stores October 4. Dark workings are afoot as a contingent of the Secret Society of Super-Heroes decides to rebel against their righteous leaders, leaving Superman the lone altruist among a group now dedicated to using powers for personal gain. Only one thing stands between the Secret Society and anarchy: their newest member, young Bart Allen. And if he alone can stop them, it`s only by exposing them for the world to finally see.
FC, 48 pg. (2 of 2) Prestige Format $5.95

SUPERMAN #163
Written by Jeph Loeb; art by Ed McGuinness, Paul Pelletier and Cam Smith; cover by McGuinness and Smith
In stores October 4
. Part 2 of a 2-part story guest-starring Aquaman, as the King of the Seas is determined to take down presidential candidate Lex Luthor once and for all. Will Superman be able to save Luthor from being a victim of Poseidonis law? Will he even want to save him? Plus, a special appearance by Young Justice!
FC, 32 pg. $2.25*

THE NEW TEEN TITANS #1 (Classic - Reprint)
Written by Marv Wolfman; art by George Pérez and Romeo Tanghal;cover by Pérez
In stores October 25. An all-new team of Titans took comic-book fans by storm in 1981 with the first issue of the classic run by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez! Returning Teen Titans Robin (Dick Grayson), Wonder Girl (Donna Troy) and Kid Flash join new members Changeling, Cyborg, Raven, and Starfire as they struggle to stop an alien invasion of Earth!
FC, 32 pg. $2.50

  BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #10
Written by Devin Grayson and Alan Brennert; art by Roger Robinson,  José-Luis García-Lopez and John Floyd; cover by Brian Bolland
In stores October 18. Part 3 of the 4-part "Transference," guest-starring Nightwing and Robin! Batman…dead? That’s what it looks like after his confrontation with Hugo Strange. As Nightwing tries to figure out if he’s still alive, Robin discovers Batman’s personal logs about each of them, which only leads to more questions. Plus, a black-and-white backup story written by Batman Animated writer/producer Alan Brennert and illustrated by José-Luis García-Lopez.
FC, 40 pg. $2.50*

BATMAN: DARK VICTORY #13
Written by Jeph Loeb; art and cover by Tim Sale
In stores October 18
. The final shocking chapter to the year-long mystery that answers all your questions! So who is the Hangman? Who lives? Who dies?
FC, 48 pg. (13 of 13) Prestige Format $4.95

 ROBIN: YEAR ONE #1
Written by Chuck Dixon and Scott Beatty; art and cover by Javier Pulido and Robert Campanella
In stores October 25
. The first year of Dick Grayson as Robin is explored, as he faces some of Batman`s deadliest foes — all while struggling with being a normal teenager and a ward to the rich and well-known Bruce Wayne. For more information, see the DCU Spotlight for October Section.
FC, 48 pg. (1 of 4) Prestige Format $4.95