Thursday, 31 December 2015

End of the Year Reflection, New Years Resolution Post

Here we are guys. We've made it! The last day of 2015! The end of the rope! And what a tough year it has been to be an Earth-2 fan hasn't it, comrades? We sat through the shitstorm of Earth-2: World's End and the sequel comic, Earth-2: Society, which continued the same problems with characterisation and lazy writing so many of us found off-putting with the first comic. The only difference was the second comic didn't have the accompanying disaster porn that made the first comic unbearable to read. Still, the year hasn't been all bad.

Friday, 25 December 2015

The Best of the Huntress: All-Star Comics #71 Review

Title: All-Star Comics #71
Story: The Deadliest Game in Town
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Wildcat (Ted Grant), The Star-Spangled Kid (Sylvester Pemberton)
Creators: Paul Levitz (writer), Joe Staton (artist)
Publication Date: March 1978
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Picking up where the last issue left off, Wildcat, Star-Spangled Kid, and the Huntress are all surrounded by the Strike Force. Huntress rationalises that under the current circumstances, it really makes no difference if they strike first or not because the people they're up against them are going to attack them anyway. Seeing no merit in talking things through, Huntress decides to attack first thinking that if they take initiative, they can at least eliminate some of the Strike Force's numbers and the rest will be easier to manage. Wildcat doesn't like taking orders from a woman, but Kid sees no point in arguing with the Huntress and goes along with her plan. Wildcat eventually follows suit since he at least gets to punch some guys down, which is something he enjoys doing. Helena confirms that she is not trying to give orders, but is merely trying to 'be a part of the team.'

Thursday, 24 December 2015

The Best of the Huntress: All-Star Comics #70 Review

Title: All-Star Comics #70
Story: A Parting of the Ways
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Wildcat (Ted Grant), The Star-Spangled Kid (Sylvester Pemberton)
Creators: Paul Levitz (writer), Joe Staton (artist)
Publication Date: January 1978
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Following the Psycho-Pirate's attack on both Bruce Wayne and the Justice Society, all heroes are gathered up in the Justice Society's main headquarters in Gotham getting reacquainted. After saying a few words to one another, most depart to carry on with their day's activities, leaving Power Girl, Wildcat, and the Star-Spangled Kid with nothing to do. Without any crime happening in the city (much less a major threat requiring the Justice Society), all three remaining members find themselves feeling bored. Power Girl departs to look for something to do (and she does), leaving both Kid and Wildcat to ease their boredom on their own.

Sunday, 20 December 2015

The Best of the Huntress: Wonder Woman #285 Review

Title: Wonder Woman #285
Story: The Man in the Murder Ward
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Robin (Dick Grayson), Harry Sims
Creators: Paul Levitz (writer), Joe Staton (artist)
Publication Date: November 1981
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Following his encounter with the Joker, Gotham district attorney Harry Sims finds himself in the hospital recovering from Joker toxin poisoning. He has recurring dreams about Helena Wayne as the Huntress, Power Girl, and the Joker. Upon waking up, Harry finds himself surrounded by hospital staff and even his girlfriend, Helena Wayne, in her civilian identity. The doctor asks all staff to leave the room in order to give the couple some privacy. Helena greets Harry with a hug and goes on to tell him he doesn't need to worry about the Joker anymore as she succeeded in apprehending him. While Harry is grateful for Helena's rescue, he still tells her that he finds her vigilantism a problem for their relationship and doesn't believe he can keep loving her with this knowledge.

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Earth-2: Society #7 Preview

EARTH-2 SOCIETY #7
Written by DANIEL H. WILSON
Art by JORGE JIMÉNEZ & ALISSON BORGES
Cover by ANDY KUBERT
As the fledgling society of new Earth threatens to disintegrate into chaos, can the raw power of the Green Lantern overcome the godlike abilities of Doctor Impossible? Or is Alan Scott just a man, after all?
DECEMBER 09 | RATED T | $2.99 PRINT | DIGITAL









Sunday, 6 December 2015

The Best of the Huntress: Wonder Woman #284 Review

Title: Wonder Woman #284
Story: Together Again...For the First Time
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Robin (Dick Grayson), Arthur Cranston, Edgar Stenville
Creators: Paul Levitz (writer), Joe Staton (artist)
Publication Date: October 1981
Available In: Print

Summary: After the events with both Lionmane and the Joker, it's been a pretty busy couple of nights for the Huntress. Even moreso with the arrival of a new Batman whom she knows isn't her father! Having exhausted herself for one evening, Helena Wayne decides to relax with an early morning shower, only to be greeted by Dick Grayson who's been waiting for her in her bathroom. (Weird place to wait for someone, I might add).

Sunday, 29 November 2015

The Best of the Huntress: Wonder Woman #277 Review

Title: Wonder Woman #277
Story: Secrets, Secrets Everywhere...
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Carole Martin, Joe Martin, Harry Sims
Creators: Paul Levitz (writer), Joe Staton (artist)
Publication Date: March 1981
Available In: Print | Digital
Trigger Warning: Domestic Violence

Summary: Following the events with the Thinker in the previous story, Helena Wayne finds herself in a conundrum regarding Harry Sims discovering her secret identity as the Huntress. She spends the winter night ruminating about the fact and how to appropriately respond to the situation. On the one hand, she's relieved it wasn't just anyone who discovered her secret, but on the other hand, her safety isn't guaranteed since circumstances can still force Harry to reveal her identity to someone else. She wants to have faith that it will never come down to that, but also prefers to find some way to relieve Harry of this knowledge for safety measure. (Maybe she should call Doctor Fate for a mind wipe?)

Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Earth-2: Society #6 Preview

EARTH-2 SOCIETY #6
Written by DANIEL H. WILSON
Art by ALISSON BORGES
Cover by JORGE JIMÉNEZ
The heroes of Earth-2 grow closer to discovering the real dangers that lurk in their new world as the murderous Hourman is revealed.
NOVEMBER 11 | RATED T | $2.99 PRINT | DIGITAL









Saturday, 31 October 2015

Supergirl Week: Revisiting The Earth-2 Power Girl

The much anticipated Supergirl television series made its smashing debut this week to sky-high ratings in both the United States and Canada. It also garnered a whopping 500K viewers in the United Kingdom when it debuted on the satellite/cable network Sky One this past Thursday.

This is tremendous success for one of DC Comics' iconic heroines that had everyone talking all week, including at my workplace and at various other public spaces that aren't typically fronted by comic book nerds like myself. The fact that Supergirl resulted in the highest rated show of the fall season led iTunes to offer the pilot episode for free download in the US, and a massive Supergirl digital comics sale on Comixology that ends on Monday.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Earth-2: Society #5 Preview

EARTH-2 SOCIETY #5
Written by DANIEL H. WILSON
Art by JORGE JIMÉNEZ
Cover by JORGE JIMÉNEZ
As the hunt for the traitor who stalks Earth-2 comes to a close, the Fastest Man Alive may not be quick enough to escape his fate on this new world!
OCTOBER 14 | RATED T | $2.99 PRINT | DIGITAL










Thursday, 24 September 2015

Buying Earth-2 Huntress Comics: Pre-Crisis Digital

ADVENTURE COMICS


The Death of Batman
1. Adventure Comics #461 (DC | Comixology)
2. Adventure Comics #462 (DC | Comixology)
3. Adventure Comics #463 (DC | Comixology)

To Everything There is a Season
1. Adventure Comics #464 (DC | Comixology)

Countdown to Disaster
1. Adventure Comics #465 (DC | Comixology)

The Defeat of the Justice Society
1. Adventure Comics #466 (DC | Comixology)


NOTE: Adventure Comics #461-466 are collected in Justice Society Vol. 2. Adventure Comics #466 is also collected in Justice Society of America: A Celebration of 75 Years.



ALL-STAR COMICS


United We Fall
1. All-Star Comics #69 (DC | Comixology)

Strike Force
1. All-Star Comics #70 (DC | Comixology)
2. All-Star Comics #71 (DC | Comixology)

Rose and Thorn
1. All-Star Comics #72 (DC | Comixology)
2. All-Star Comics #73 (DC | Comixology)

World on the Verge of Ending
1. All-Star Comics #74 (DC | Comixology)


NOTE: All-Star Comics #69-74 are collected in Justice Society Vol. 2.





ALL-STAR SQUADRON


1. All-Star Squadron #14 (DC | Comixology)
2. All Star Squadron #15 (DC | Comixology)


NOTE: All-Star Squadron #14-15 is collected in Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 6.
















AMERICA VS THE JUSTICE SOCIETY


1. America vs The Justice Society #1
2. America vs The Justice Society #2
3. America vs The Justice Society #3
4. America vs The Justice Society #4


NOTE: America vs The Justice Society #1-4 is collected in trade.














THE BATMAN FAMILY


The Horoscopes of Crime
1. The Batman Family #17 (DC | Comixology)

Franklin Gresham
1. The Batman Family #18
2. The Batman Family #19
3. The Batman Family #20


NOTE: Batman Family #18-20 are collected in Huntress: Darknight Daughter.











THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD


The Batman's Last Christmas
1. The Brave and the Bold #184




















CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS


1. Crisis on Infinite Earths #1 (DC | Comixology)
2. Crisis on Infinite Earths #2 (DC | Comixology)
3. Crisis on Infinite Earths #3 (DC | Comixology)
4. Crisis on Infinite Earths #4 (DC | Comixology)
5. Crisis on Infinite Earths #5 (DC | Comixology)
6. Crisis on Infinite Earths #6 (DC | Comixology)
7. Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 (DC | Comixology)
8. Crisis on Infinite Earths #8 (DC | Comixology)
9. Crisis on Infinite Earths #9 (DC | Comixology)
10. Crisis on Infinite Earths #10 (DC | Comixology)
11. Crisis on Infinite Earths #11 (DC | Comixology)
12. Crisis on Infinite Earths #12 (DC | Comixology)


NOTE: Crisis on Infinite Earths is collected in trade.







CONVERGENCE


1. Convergence: Detective Comics #1 (DC | Comixology)
2. Convergence: Detective Comics #2 (DC | Comixology)


NOTE: Convergence: Detective Comics #1-2 is collected in Convergence: Infinite Earths Book One.














DC SUPER STARS


The Secret Origin of the Huntress
1. DC Super Stars #17 (DC | Comixology)


NOTE: DC Super Stars #17 is collected in Huntress: Darknight Daughter.
















INFINITY INC


1. Infinity Inc #1 (DC | Comixology)
2. Infinity Inc #2 (DC | Comixology)
3. Infinity Inc #3 (DC | Comixology)
4. Infinity Inc #4 (DC | Comixology)
5. Infinity Inc #5 (DC | Comixology)
6. Infinity Inc #6 (DC | Comixology)
7. Infinity Inc #7 (DC | Comixology)
8. Infinity Inc #8 (DC | Comixology)
9. Infinity Inc #9 (DC | Comixology)
10. Infinity Inc #10 (DC | Comixology)
11. Infinity Inc #11 (DC | Comixology)
12. Infinity Inc #12 (DC | Comixology)


NOTE: Infinity Inc #1-4 are collected in trade.







JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA


Crisis from Yesterday and Tomorrow
1. Justice League of America #159
2. Justice League of America #160

The Long Way Home
1. Justice League of America #166

The Murderer Among Us: Crisis Above Earth-1
1. Justice League of America #171 (DC | Comixology)
2. Justice League of America #172 (DC | Comixology)

Apokolips Now
1. Justice League of America #183 (DC | Comixology)
2. Justice League of America #184 (DC | Comixology)
3. Justice League of America #185 (DC | Comixology)

Targets of Two Worlds
1. Justice League of America #195 (DC | Comixology)

Crisis on Earth-Prime
1. Justice League of America #207
2. Justice League of America #208
3. Justice League of America #209

Crisis in the Thunderbolt Dimension!
1. Justice League of America #219
2. Justice League of America #220


NOTE: Justice League of America #159-160, #171-172, #183-185 are collected in Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 5.

Justice League of America #195-197, #207-209 are collected in Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 6.






THE LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY


Funeral of Dick Grayson and Helena Wayne
The Last Days of the Justice Society Special

NOTE: Last Days of the Justice Society is collected in trade.

















WONDER WOMAN


Into Darkness Once More
1. Wonder Woman #271 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #272 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #273 (DC | Comixology)

The Speaker in the Shadows - feat. Power Girl
1. Wonder Woman #274 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #275 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #276 (DC | Comixology)

Secrets Secrets Everywhere
1. Wonder Woman #277 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #278 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #279 (DC | Comixology)
4. Wonder Woman #280 (DC | Comixology)

Always Leave 'Em Laughing - feat. The Joker
1. Wonder Woman #281 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #282 (DC | Comixology)
 3. Wonder Woman #283 (DC | Comixology)

Together Again for the First Time - feat. Dick Grayson
1. Wonder Woman #284 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #285 (DC | Comixology)

Karnage is the Name
1. Wonder Woman #286 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #287 (DC | Comixology)

Walls of Stone, Chains of Steel
1. Wonder Woman #289 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #290 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #294 (DC | Comixology)
4. Wonder Woman #295 (DC | Comixology)

Judgement in Infinity - feat. Wonder Woman, Power Girl, Black Canary
1. Wonder Woman #291 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #292 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #293 (DC | Comixology)

The Huntress is Back in Town - feat. Blackwing
1. Wonder Woman #296 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #297 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #298 (DC | Comixology)
4. Wonder Woman #299 (DC | Comixology)

A Little Learning
1. Wonder Woman #301 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #302 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #303 (DC | Comixology)
4. Wonder Woman #304 (DC | Comixology)

Straightjacket
1. Wonder Woman #305 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #306 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #307 (DC | Comixology)
4. Wonder Woman #308 (DC | Comixology)

Black Market
1. Wonder Woman #309 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #310 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #311 (DC | Comixology)
4. Wonder Woman #312 (DC | Comixology)
5. Wonder Woman #313 (DC | Comixology)

Life is for the Lionhearted
1. Wonder Woman #314 (DC | Comixology)
2. Wonder Woman #315 (DC | Comixology)
3. Wonder Woman #316 (DC | Comixology)

On the Trail of the Nightingale
45. Wonder Woman #317 (DC | Comixology)
46. Wonder Woman #318 (DC | Comixology)
47. Wonder Woman #319 (DC | Comixology)

Flashbacks
48. Wonder Woman #320 (DC | Comixology)
49. Wonder Woman #321 (DC | Comixology)


(NOTE: Wonder Woman #271-287, #289-290, #294-295 are collected in Huntress: Darknight Daughter)















POST-CRISIS


JSA Classified
1. JSA Classified #4 (DC | Comixology)

Infinite Crisis (Origin Recap)
1. Infinite Crisis #3 (DC | Comixology)

52 (Cameo)
1. 52 #52 (DC | Comixology)

Justice Society of America
1. Justice Society of America #11 (DC | Comixology)
2. Justice Society of America Annual #1 (DC | Comixology)
3. Justice Society of America #19 (DC | Comixology)
4. Justice Society of America #20 (DC | Comixology)
5. Justice Society of America #50 (DC | Comixology)


Superman/Batman
1. Superman/Batman #27 (DC | Comixology)


NOTE: JSA Classified #1-4 are collected in both Power Girl (2006) and Power Girl: Power Trip.

Infinite Crisis and 52 are also collected in trades. The issue of 52 Helena Wayne cameos in is collected in Vol. 4.

Justice Society of America #11 is collected in JSA: Thy Kingdom Come Vol. 2.

Justice Society of America Annual #1 collected in JSA: Thy Kingdom Come Vol. 2.

Justice Society of America #19-20 are collected in JSA: Thy Kingdom Come Vol. 3.

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Earth-2: Society #4 Preview

EARTH-2 SOCIETY #4
Written by DANIEL H. WILSON
Art by JORGE JIMÉNEZ
Cover by JORGE JIMÉNEZ
The heroes of Earth-2 have been so focused on each other and rebuilding their world that they never worried about super-villains—and now, it's too late!
SEPTEMBER 09 | RATED T | $2.99 PRINT | DIGITAL










The Best of Huntress and Power Girl: Wonder Woman #276 Review

Title: Wonder Woman #276
Story: A Friend in Need
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Power Girl (Kara Zor-L), Harry Sims, The Thinker
Creators: Paul Levitz (writer), Joe Staton (artist)
Publication Date: February 1981
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Picking up right where part 02 ended, both Huntress and Power Girl rescue Harry Sims from a deadly fall, and in a panic, Harry inadvertently reveals he is aware of Helena Wayne's identity as the Huntress. This shocks both women. Helena drugs Harry to sleep and both women ponder what to do next. Realising Harry now knows Helena's most precious secret, Power Girl enquires Helena on what she plans to do about that. Helena says she doesn't know, but isn't going to concern herself about it for the time being since there are higher priorities to attend to. Power Girl interprets this to mean her 'priorities' lie with her boyfriend, and departs to pursue his would be killer.

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

The Best of Huntress and Power Girl: Wonder Woman #275 Review

Title: Wonder Woman #275
Story: The Thinking Man's Crime
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Power Girl (Kara Zor-L), Harry Sims, The Thinker
Creators: Paul Levitz (writer), Joe Staton (artist)
Publication Date: January 1981
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Picking up where Part 01 left off, Part 02 opens up to Gotham City in complete chaos. The Huntress is struggling to wrap her mind on the thought of every criminal deciding to commit their crimes simultaneously, effectively putting the entire Gotham police force at work. Both Huntress and Power Girl assist with taking down the criminals neighbouring the Acme Engraving Plate Company building, which the police officers are grateful for, but are also unsure if they should be thanking them with the recent DA endorsement to police superheroes. This upsets Power Girl, even if she knows the police officer's heart is 'in the right place.'

Monday, 7 September 2015

The Best of Huntress and Power Girl: Wonder Woman #274 Review

Title: Wonder Woman #274
Story: The Speaker in the Shadows
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Power Girl (Kara Zor-L), Harry Sims, The Thinker
Creators: Paul Levitz (writer), Joe Staton (artist)
Publication Date: December 1980
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Part 01 of this narrative opens up with Power Girl confronting Gotham DA Harry Sims at his office following a recent endorsement to police the superhero community. She believes Harry's anti-cape agenda is uncalled for considering the work superheroes have repeatedly done to protect Gotham from dangerous criminals. Harry condescends Power Girl about needing to handle problems in a more 'reasonable' manner, to which she retorts with 'if I didn't have principles, I'd show you five fingers worth of reasonable.' Power Girl is only persuaded to leave with the arrival of the Huntress, who--through a subconscious gesture--accidentally tips Harry off on her identity.

Friday, 21 August 2015

The Best of the Huntress: America vs The Justice Society #4 Review

Title: America vs The Justice Society #4
Story: D-Day for Degaton
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Robin (Dick Grayson), Power Girl (Kara Zor-L), Per Degaton, The Justice Society
Creators: Roy Thomas (writer), Howard Bender (artist)
Publication Date: February 1985
Available In: Print | Digital
Trigger Warning: Suicide

Summary: Chapter 04 picks up right where the last chapter left off, namely with Per Degaton going off on a tangent about how the Wizard blew the one chance the Justice Society had at being disgraced at a congressional hearing. He especially feels that the only way the Justice Society will see their ultimate defeat is if he takes matters into his own hands, and decides to pay John O'Fallon a visit. It is then revealed that O'Fallon had been secretly funding Per Degaton's activities over the last couple of years.

Friday, 14 August 2015

The Best of the Huntress: America vs The Justice Society #3 Review

Title: America vs The Justice Society #3
Story: Hostile Witness
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Robin (Dick Grayson), The Justice Society
Creators: Roy Thomas (writer), Howard Bender (artist)
Publication Date: February 1985
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Chapter 03 starts off with a testimony from Wonder Woman involving a Justice Society exploit with psychiatrist, Henry King, aka the Brainwave. During this mission, Wonder Woman led the girlfriends of the Justice Society heroes against Brainwave until the men showed up to finish the job. The altercation ended with the villain's presumed death. Following his survival, the Brainwave plotted his next move against the Justice Society which was subsequently averted by Johnny Thunder's intervention.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Earth-2: Society #3 Preview

EARTH-2 SOCIETY #3
Written by DANIEL H. WILSON
Art by JORGE JIMÉNEZ
Cover by JORGE JIMÉNEZ
The utopic society of Earth-2 begins to show cracks as the new world reacts to the assassination plot that's left a huge power vacuum on the planet. Which hero can step up to fill the void?
AUGUST 12 | RATED T | $2.99 PRINT | DIGITAL










Friday, 7 August 2015

The Best of the Huntress: America vs The Justice Society #2 Review

Title: America vs The Justice Society #2
Story: Trial by Congress
Characters: Huntress (Helena Wayne), Robin (Dick Grayson), The Justice Society
Creators: Roy Thomas (writer), Michael Bair (artist)
Publication Date: February 1985
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Chapter 02 opens up with the Justice Society and Helena Wayne inside the courtroom preparing for the official hearings to begin. They let the media in and Helena Wayne begins her opening statement. The members of the committee also formally introduce themselves as Linda Valdez, a congresswoman from California, Jason Philips, a congressman from New York, William Hopkins, a senator from Missouri, and Richard Grayson as their attorney.

Friday, 31 July 2015

The Best of the Huntress: America vs The Justice Society #1 Review

Title: America vs The Justice Society #1
Story: I Accuse/Witness for the Persecution
Characters: Batman (Bruce Wayne), Huntress (Helena Wayne), Robin (Dick Grayson), The Justice Society
Creators: Roy Thomas (writer), Rafael Kayanan (artist)
Publication Date: January 1985
Available In: Print | Digital

Summary: Chapter 01 opens up with the Justice Society holding an impromptu meeting at their old Civic City headquarters instead of their main one in Gotham. Together, they discuss a press release from the Daily Star claiming to have a diary from Batman, exposing the team's allegiance to Hitler during World War II. Everyone, including Clark Kent (who by this point in his life is editor-in-chief of the Daily Star), are astounded by the fact that the Star printed the story. Clark begins to recount to his teammates how the diary came into the possession of the Star and what he actually read inside the diary.

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

America vs the Justice Society Preview

Today, America vs the Justice Society was released in trade along with Justice Society of America: A Celebration of 75 Years.

At the moment, both trades are only available for digital download, and the print versions are only available to people who pre-ordered them online. They should, however, be available for purchase tomorrow at comic shops, along with tomorrow's new comics.

Here's an exclusive preview of America vs the Justice Society in case you are still on the fence on whether or not to get this. In my honest opinion? The fact that it's a well-crafted story that examines the history of the Justice Society on Earth-2 and allows Helena Wayne to function as a lawyer are two of the major selling points of this miniseries!

Also, I'll start reviewing this mini this week! :)


Sunday, 26 July 2015

Buying Earth-2 Huntress Comics: The New 52 Trades

HUNTRESS: CROSSBOW AT THE CROSSROADS (TP)
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artists: Marcus To
Description: On the hunt for a dangerous game...The Huntress, Gotham's mysterious vigilante, will hunt down evil no matter where it takes her. This time it's to Naples to shut down a shipment of Gotham-bound illegal weapons before it can even hit the water. Helena [Wayne] cracks the container but finds it's transporting more than just guns. She uncovers a human trafficking ring, and with it, a new reason to go on the hunt. As the Huntress tracks the source up the ranks of the city's underworld, she's astounded how high the corruption goes. Once she uncovers a conspiracy of Italy's most dangerous gangsters, high-ranking government officials and foreign powers, the situation becomes especially perilous for one lone vigilante with a crossbow.
Stories Collected: Huntress (2011) #1-6
Print: Amazon | My Comic Shop
Digital: Amazon | Comixology | DC Entertainment | iBooks

WORLDS' FINEST VOL. 1: THE LOST DAUGHTERS OF EARTH-2 (TP)
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artists: George Pérez, Kevin Maguire
Description: On the parallel world of Earth-2, humanity's greatest heroes fell to the invading hordes of the planet Apokolips. During the battle, Batman's daughter and Superman's cousin -- Robin and Supergirl -- were flung to our world. They discover our Earth is eerily similar to the one they left, but at the same time unfamiliar, dangerous, and different. After five long years, the duo is stil marooned in a strange land, but under new identities. As the urban vigilante Huntress, Helena travels the world doling out nocturnal justice under a series of changing secret identities, while Karen Starr takes to the skies as the high-flying Power Girl. 
Stories Collected: Worlds' Finest #0-5
Print: Amazon | My Comic Shop
Digital: Amazon | Comixology | DC Entertainment | iBooks

WORLDS' FINEST VOL. 2: HUNT AND BE HUNTED (TP)
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artists: George Pérez, Kevin Maguire
Description: Power Girl and Huntress are heroes from another world, stranded in ours and doing their best to make a difference as they search for a way home. But when Huntress suddenly finds herself with a massive price on her head and Power Girl's company finds itself the target of corporate raiders with out-of-this-world weaponry, the Huntress becomes the hunted and Power Girl finds herself overpowered! Now Huntress must team-up with her not-quite-brother, Damian Wayne--a.k.a. Robin--to find out who's been gunning for both her and Batman. Meanwhile, Power Girl must solve the mystery of Michael Holt, her former boyfriend who seemed to disappear and now is suddenly back on the scene, only to try to take her down. 
Stories Collected: Worlds' Finest #6-12
Print: Amazon | My Comic Shop
Digital: Amazon | Comixology | DC Entertainment | iBooks

WORLDS' FINEST VOL. 3: CONTROL ISSUES (TP)
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artists: Emanuela Lupacchino, Robson Rocha, R.B. Silva
Description: To their foes, they're called Power Girl and Huntress. To their friends--and the best friends they have are each other--they're Karen Starr and Helena Wayne. But what they really are is women without a world. Transported to an unfamiliar Earth by the minions of Apokolips, this dimension hopping duo remains dogged by Desaad, Darkseid's most sadistic servant. Their fear fuels his madness--and is a crucial component of his next sinister plot. And with all of they've lost, their fear is plentiful. But it's a fear they must overcome. Desaad will stop at nothing until Huntress becomes the hunted...and until Power Girl is rendered powerless. Will the remain the World's Finest...or will they reach their final battle?
Stories Collected: Worlds' Finest #13-18
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WORLDS' FINEST VOL. 4: FIRST CONTACT (TP)
Writer: Paul Levitz, Greg Pak
Artists: Diogenes Neves, Jae Lee, R.B. Silva
Description: Huntress and Power Girl hail from another Earth, one where Huntress's father Batman and Power Girl's cousin Superman fell in battle saving the world from Darkseid. Exiled to another world, the two heroes have never sought out the men who seem so familiar to and yet so different from the family they lost...until now. With Power Girl's powers out of control, Huntress knows that Batman is the only person on this Earth who might be able to save her. But when Power Girl's affliction spreads to Superman, two of the most powerful heroes on Earth suddenly become two of the biggest dangers to humanity.
Stories Collected: Batman/Superman #8-9, Worlds' Finest #18-21, Annual #1
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WORLDS' FINEST VOL. 5: HOMEWARD BOUND (TP)
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artists: R.B. Silva, Scott McDaniel, Tyler Kirkham, Yildiray Cinar
Description: Five years ago, Helena Wayne and Karen Starr were stranded on our world while their own fell to the invading armies of Apokolips. They’ve survived ever since by maintaining new identities as Power Girl and Huntress, all the while striving to return to Earth 2. Today, they’ve finally found their way home. With the resources of Starr Enterprises, Power Girl is able to recreate the portal the Kazien used to peer into the dimension of Earth 2. But when they try to turn the machine on, the city of Boston is inadvertently plunged into a blackout.
Stories Collected: Worlds' Finest #22-26, Worlds' Finest: Futures End #1, Secret Origins #7 and #9
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WORLDS' FINEST VOL. 6  (TP)
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artists: Jed Dougherty
Description: TBD
Stories Collected: Worlds' Finest #27-32
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BATGIRL VOL. 5: DEADLINE (HC)
Writer: Gail Simone
Artists: Fernando Pasarin, Jonathan Glapion, Robert Gill, Javier Garrón
Description: For months, Batgirl has fought socialite Charise Carnes, a.k.a Knightfall, whose mission is to eliminate crime in Gotham -- by any means necessary. Charise and her cronies have already killed or maimed legions of Gotham's small-time criminals. Now she's planning her great endgame. In one stroke, Knightfall and her army of hired assassins plan to whipe out every criminal in Gotham's Cherry Hill district, Permanently.
Stories Collected: Batgirl #27-34, Annual #2, Batgirl: Futures End #1
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BATMAN/SUPERMAN VOL. 2: GAME OVER (HC)
Writer: Greg Pak
Artists: Brett Booth, Jae Lee, R.B Silva 
Description: The Dark Knight and the Man of Steel uncover a plot by the Toymaster to use a secret, potentially deadly element in his new video game, the characters created by players manifest in real life.  The ultimate fighting game results--and a world-wide network of players must team up to create the most powerful, skilled Super Heroes imaginable with one goal: To kill Batman. When Batman and Superman are corned by the Toymaster and Mongul, they are pitted against on another in a battle to the death, with their only hope being the The Worlds' Finest.
Stories Collected: Batman/Superman #5-9, Annual #1, Worlds' Finest #20-21
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BATMAN/SUPERMAN VOL. 3: SECOND CHANCE (HC)
Writer: Greg Pak
Artists: Jae Lee, Karl Kerschl, Marc Deering, Diogenes Neves 
Description: Batman and Superman: the two greatest heroes the world has ever known. Surely, together, there’s no menace they can’t face. A microscopic planet so small it can float in a person’s veins. A Doomsday-infected Superman. A time-traveling chaos demon. The onslaught of threats is putting the pressure on the world’s finest. But when a rescue mission goes wrong, both heroes awake as blank slates, all memory erased.Now Gotham City is faced with a Superman without his moral compass and a Batman without his vendetta. Without the two super heroes to rely on, who remains to remind them who they truly are?
Stories Collected: Batman/Superman #10-15
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EARTH-2 VOL. 1: THE GATHERING (HC)
Writer: James Robinson 
Artists: Nicola Scott,
Description: Earth's greatest heroes have defeated grave threats from Apokolips, but not at a grave price. Left in their stead is a group of young, untrained hereoes who pick up the pieces in the dusty aftermath. The Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkgirl and the Atom are humanity's nascent guardians, but not the ones we've all known and revered. These are different heroes, in a strange and foreign world with dangerous new villains. This is Earth-2.
Stories Collected: Earth-2 #1-6
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