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JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE DARKSEID WAR SAGA OMNIBUS HC

Written by GEOFF JOHNS, PETER J. TOMASI, FRANCIS MANAPUL and others
Art by JASON FABOK, JIM LEE, FRANCIS MANAPUL, PHIL JIMENEZ, FERNANDO PASARIN, SCOTT KOLINS and others
Cover by JASON FABOK
The Justice League originally united to stop the forces of Darkseid from destroying Earth! Now the ruler of Apokolips is back, but this time he’s set his sights on the world-shattering Anti-Monitor. Will the combined might of the Justice League be enough to protect Earth from becoming collateral damage as gods fight? This new title collects JUSTICE LEAGUE #40-50, a story from DC COMICS DIVERGENCE #1 and the DARKSEID WAR specials starring Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Superman, Lex Luthor and Shazam!
On sale OCTOBER 11 • 512 pg, FC, $75.00 US

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In-depth reports and analysis from our extensive network of correspondents throughout the region on the most important developments in Latin America. After traveling throughout Mexico for 11 days, a caravan of Yaqui indigenous leaders, labor unions, environmental rights activists,  and farm workers marched in Mexico City against neoliberal policies that have forced them off their lands, privatized their natural resources and left them exploited in the workplace. They are also demanding freedom for Yaqui political prisoners Mario Luna and Fernando Jimenez, imprisoned for the last eight months. Since 2010, the Yaqui tribe which has defended their territory and way of life for more than 2,000 years in the northern state of Sonora, has been threatened by a state-sponsored aqueduct that illegally pumps 16 million cubic liters of water a year from the Yaqui river to private developers and industry. During the caravan, they met people in different parts of the country who are facing similar problems. The Yaquis propose that people in all parts of the country implement injunctions against the new federal water privatization bill that allows for full or partial concessions to private companies to operate, preserve, maintain, rehabilitate, modernize or expand water infrastructure built by the federal government.