A DC Trifecta…It Must Be Comic Book Quickies!

Quickies by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Night Force Issue 2

Written by Marv Wolfman, Art by Tom Mandrake, Colors by Leonardo Manco, Cover by Leonardo Manco & Wes Hartman and Published by DC Comics. Retail Price $2.99

What is the best way to find out who is plotting an evil scheme to kill you and your team of supernatural heroes?  Start by going back in time to see who is behind it all, which is exactly what Baron Winters did.  He isn’t the only member of the newly formed Night Force that travels back in time as Sgt. James Duffy jumps with him.  Duffy finds himself at a dark part in his past that has ties to the enemy Winters is trying to unmask.

Swamp Thing Issue 8

Written by Scott Snyder, Art by Yanick Paquette & Marco Rudy, Colors by Nathan Fairbairn, Letters by Travis Lanham, Cover by Yanick Paquette & Nathan Fairbairn and Published by DC Comics. Retail Price $2.99

In the last issue, readers finally saw Alec Holland turn into the Swamp Thing and subsequently, kick ass, sprout wings and fly away.  With the new Swamp Thing unleashed on the world, it’s up to him, the last of the Green, to stop the Rot and prevent whatever they have planned for the world.  Will Swamp Thing be able to save Abigail Arcane from becoming the totem of the Rot?

O.M.A.C. Issue 8

Written by Keith Giffen & Dan Didio, Art & Cover by Keith Giffen & Scott Koblish, Colors by Hi-Fi, Letters by Travis Lanham and Published by DC Comics. Retail Price $2.99

This is the End, my only friend, the end.  Yes, sadly this issue is the last of the series.  If ever there were a book that should go digital only, this is it.  Issue 8 closes out O.M.A.C. with Brother Eye vs. Checkmate, which has Maxwell Lord throwing everything and the kitchen sink at Brother Eye.  A series cancelled way to soon, O.M.A.C. celebrates and revels in the art style and storytelling that Jack Kirby made famous with this book in the 1970s.

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