What Comics to Read: DC Comics June 29th

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What Comics to Read DC Comics June 29th

DC Comics has had a much slower week when compared to the mega 15 issues they dropped last week (check that list out here). This week, however, there are just four issues that make the DC Comics June 29th list in total. So I selected the entire list to give you, the reader, a great overview of what exactly DC is bringing to comic shops this week.

Infinite Frontier: Secret Files #1

Infinite Frontier Secret Files #1 - DC Comics June 29th

Creative team: Joshua Williamson, Brandon Thomas, Valentine de Landro, Marissa Louise, Tríona Farrell, Tom Napolitano, Stephanie Phillips, Inaki Miranda, Nick Filardi, Dan Watters, Stephen Byrne, Phil Hester, Ande Parks, Christopher Mitten, and Dave Stewart

Director Bones opens up his classified records to give us all-new stories about the players in INFINITE FRONTIER. First up, President Superman from Earth 23, asking the question: can the hero who has time for everyone ever find time for himself? Issue #2: How does Roy Harper, a one-time teen sidekick, the boy they called Speedy, and the man they called Arsenal deal with regaining an existence that wasn’t meant to be? Issue #3: Jade and Obsidian were born into a superhero family. Their dad is the original Green Lantern, and those are big shoes to fill. Some say a hero is best defined by their villains, and that will be put to the test with the arrival of Chroma! Issue #4: Enter the Totality, a superpowered think tank comprised of the DCU’s finest minds. But how will this special team measure up when they meet their counterparts from another Earth? Issue #5: Detective Bones has been examining all the potential players across the Multiverse. What Bones should never forget, however, is sometimes when you stare into the Multiverse, the Multiverse looks right back at you. Issue #6: The Psycho Pirate is the only being who has been there for Crisis. Yet even he doesn’t realize how important a part he plays, or just how integral he is to what happens next.

Infinite Frontier is building up quite a roster, and the current team is certainly made up of some fascinating characters. If you’re looking for a long read this weekend, definitely take a gander at this hefty-packed issue.

Infinite Frontier: Secret Files #1 can be found on ComiXology, and wherever comics are sold.

Catwoman Annual 2021 #1

Catwoman Annual 2021 #1 - DC Comics June 29th

Creative team: Ram V, Kyle Hotz, Fernando Blanco, Juan Ferreyra, David Baron, Tom Napolitano

Father Valley is a mystery. Bear witness to Father Valley’s past with the Order of St. Dumas, and his unexpected connection with Azrael, to learn the method of his madness. And see, once and for all, why Catwoman should be deathly afraid of being on his hit list.

Catwoman is in trouble; now is the time to learn why. Ram V creates an origin story of Father Valley that is born of tragedy and violence. The story is ruthless, the art is great, and the next issue will be really entertaining to watch things unfold.

Catwoman Annual 2021 #1 can be found on ComiXology, and wherever comics are sold.

Green Arrow 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1

Green Arrow 80th Anniversary

Creative team: Mariko Tamaki, Javier Rodriguez, Andworld Design, Tom Taylor, Nicola Scott, Annette Kwok, Clayton Cowles, Stephanie Phillips, Chris Mooneyham, Mike Spicer, Tom Napolitano, Mike Grell, Lovern Kindzierski, Travis Lanham, Ram V, Christopher Mitten, Ivan Plascencia, Aditya Bidikar, Brandon Thomas, Jorge Corona, Matheus Lopes, Steve Wands, Devin Grayson, Max Fimura, and Ariana Maher, Phil Hester, Andre Parks, Trish Mulvihill, Clem Robins, Vita Ayala, Laura Braga, Adriano Lucas, Becca Carey, BenjaminPercy, Otto Schmidt, Nate Piekos of Blambot, Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino, Jordie Bellaire, Rob Leigh, Larry O’Neil, Jorge Fornes, and David Stewart

CELEBRATING THE EMERALD ARCHER’S 80TH ANNIVERSARY! For the last eight decades, Green Arrow has been one of the premier (and loudest) characters in the DCU, always at the forefront of where the superhero genre is headed. This oversized anniversary issue follows in those footsteps, as an all-star lineup of Green Arrow creators, alongside some of the gifted creators of the modern era who have been inspired by Oliver Queen, unite to pay tribute to the Battling Bowman. See what the past, present, and future have in store for Oliver Queen, Black Canary, Connor Hawke, Arsenal, Red Arrow, Speedy, and more in this epic special!

I don’t know what else I can add other than, have you seen that talent list?! With twelve stories all celebrating Green Arrow, this is another great overly stuffed issue to grab for the holiday weekend.

Green Arrow 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 can be found on ComiXology, and wherever comics are sold.

Teen Titans Academy 2021 Yearbook #1

Teen Titans Academy Yearbook 2021 #1 - But Why Tho

Creative team: Tim Sheridan, Bernard Chang, Marcelo Maiolo, Rob Leigh, Marco Santucci, Michael Atiyeh, Darko Lafuente, Miquel Muerto, Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Alex Sinclair

As the first quarter of classes draws to an end at Teen Titans Academy, get a closer look at how the students such as the mysterious Stitch enrolled, catch up with the status of Beast Boy and Raven’s relationship, and maybe, just maybe, get some clues on the origin of the new Red X!

Tim Sheridan is having so much fun world-building the Teen Titans academy, and our comic brains are all the better for it. Sheridan even continues to throw details our way about the mystery that is Red X. If you’ve been following this series and have a mighty urge to solve the enigma, then don’t miss picking up this yearbook issue.

Teen Titans Academy 2021 Yearbook  #1 can be found on ComiXology, and wherever comics are sold.

With only four issues this week, my choices were limited. That being said, two of those issues were huge. It’s a long weekend, and you deserve to put your feet up and binge on all of the DC Comics June 29th had to offer. Pick up all these comics, and more, on ComiXology.

Synopsis for the comics featured in the titles in this DC Comics: June 29th list were taken directly from ComiXology.

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