Secret Origins Vol. 1 TP by Lee Bermejo

SECRET ORIGINS VOL. 1 TP
Written by GREG PAK, KYLE HIGGINS, TONY BEDARD, RAY FAWKES, JEFF PARKER, SCOTT LOBDELL, ROBERT VENDITTI, AMANDA CONNER, JIMMY PALMIOTTI, JEFF LEMIRE, PETER J. TOMASI and more
Art by LEE WEEKS, DOUG MAHNKE, PAULO SIQUEIRA, DUSTIN NGUYEN, TONY PARKER, JEREMY HAUN, MARTIN COCCOLO, TREVOR McCARTHY, TYLER KIRKHAM, STEPHANE ROUX, DENYS COWAN, BILL SIENKIEWICZ, IAN BERTRAM and more
Cover by LEE BERMEJO
On sale FEBRUARY 11 • 160 pg, FC, $14.99 US
At last, the origins of The New 52’s World’s Greatest Heroes are revealed in stories from SECRET ORIGINS #1-4! Included here are the origins of The Last Son of Krypton and Kara Zor-El, Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Green Lantern, Batwoman, Batman, Aquaman, Green Arrow and many more!

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1) Wolverine by Mike Deodato Jr. on Tumblr

2) Daredevil by David Mack (on Tumblr), Joe Quesada & Jimmy Palmiotti

3) Batman by Ariel Olivetti

4) Nightwing by Rodolfo Migliari

5) Thor by Esad Ribic

6) The Spectre by Alex Ross

7) John Carter of Mars by Kevin Wada on Tumblr

8) Lobo by Glenn Fabry

9) Nightcrawler by Gabriele Dell’Otto

10) Rawhide Kid by Kaare Andrews

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In the wake of the inauspicious departure of the Batwoman creative team of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman, I intended to write something about DC’s editorial troubles. I got as far into the opening paragraph as noting, “I have to write quickly because there’ll be another fiasco along any minute,” before another fiasco came along - the Harley Quinn try-out controversy.

At this stage, talking about any individual incident at DC as a blip seems too narrow. A good week is now a blip for DC. The company has profound problems, and the question we have to ask is, can it be fixed?

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