FEATURE: 10 Of The Best Comic Book Covers From DC's November 2014 Solicitations

FEATURE: 10 Of The Best Comic Book Covers From DC's November 2014 Solicitations

We've taken a look at ten of Marvel's best comic book covers, and now it's time to see what DC have on offer this November! Included are characters like Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, as well as artists like Amanda Conner, Bryan Hitch, Douge Mahnke...


Crucible Academy! Against her own will, Kara has been selected to join the mysterious academy, which promises to train her and other beings of cosmic importance to serve the forces of good in the universe. But who’s pulling the strings behind the academy? And what are Kara’s chances of survival if she decides to drop out? Guest-starring Superboy!


The Outlaws never thought things would look this bad, as Jason Todd gives in to his addiction to Venom in order to find the missing Starfire!


Harley’s over the moon about teaming up with the all-powerful Power Girl…but it won’t take X-ray vision for Power Girl to see that something’s not right with her new best bud!


Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. continue their stunning work on SUPERMAN with “THE MEN OF TOMORROW” chapter five! Superman and Ulysses are an unstoppable team, thwarting the plot of one super-villain after another, but when Ulysses sees a larger menace threatening Earth why does the Man of Steel refuse to help him? Plus, Superman is about to undergo a metamorphosis...but what is it?


“Endgame,” part 2 – it’s a story arc so steeped in mystery, all we can tell you is the title!


“Family Business” part 2! Selina struggles to maintain her role as the leader of Gotham City’s crime families when…Catwoman attacks?


Welcome the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi (BATMAN AND ROBIN) and Doug Mahnke (JUSTICE LEAGUE)! The unity between Superman and Wonder Woman will be tested as never before as a mysterious group of villains make their New 52 debut – but first, Atomic Skull and Major Disaster cause trouble for our favorite heroic couple!


The parade of DC Universe origins continues with three favorites: Huntress, written by Paul Levitz with art by Jonboy Meyer; Superboy, written by Frank Barberi with art by Robson Rocha; and The Flash, written by Robert Venditti and Van Jensen with art by Andre Coehlo!


Please welcome the new superstar creative team of writer Meredith Finch and artist David Finch! As this new epic begins, the fate of the Amazons is about to be revealed, major new characters will be introduced and a new villain will arrive with enough power to defeat the combined might of Wonder Woman and her Justice League teammates! Don’t miss the start of this story that guest stars Swamp Thing! It will define what it takes for Diana to fulfill her destiny as Wonder Woman!


“Robin Rises” continues as Batman and his allies make their push toward the heart of Apokolips!
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TheGreenBastard - 8/24/2014, 5:14 AM
That Harley Quinn cover, is my number 1
TheGreenBastard - 8/24/2014, 5:14 AM
And so am I.
Doopie - 8/24/2014, 5:19 AM
some amazing art skills here. Doug Mahnke is crazy good - love his stuff but I think Jae Lee's is great too. He uses unusual compositions.
MightyZeus - 8/24/2014, 5:37 AM
They really need to change Power Girl's costume.
HavocPrime - 8/24/2014, 5:41 AM

They did, but fan out cry made them revert back to an original looking one.
Snotzo - 8/24/2014, 5:45 AM
#1 for me would be the Wonder Woman cover.
feedonatreefrog - 8/24/2014, 5:47 AM
Some others

TheDarkKryptonian - 8/24/2014, 5:48 AM
@HavocPrime Fan outcry made them change back to the boob window? Whyy?? It's literally one of the most impractical costume designs I've ever seen.
TheDarkKryptonian - 8/24/2014, 5:50 AM
@feedonatreefrog Those Constantine and Lobo covers are amazing.
gurugeorge - 8/24/2014, 6:00 AM
Personally, I think feedonatreefrog's selection is better than the OP selection.
feedonatreefrog - 8/24/2014, 6:03 AM
....you said it, not me ;)

(I do like Catwoman and Batman & Robin though)
tylerzero - 8/24/2014, 6:03 AM
@HavocPrime I don't know much about Power Girl but I thought the cleavage serves to distract her enemies (at least that's what I read somewhere)? Seems quite practical to me.
batesmotel - 8/24/2014, 6:03 AM
The JR jr one looks like shit
EhMaybeSays - 8/24/2014, 6:13 AM
Almost everything is an interesting read in the New 52 and the art just solidifies that.
DCGuy - 8/24/2014, 6:18 AM
@TheDudeRusty true.
Jollem - 8/24/2014, 6:20 AM
AEStark - 8/24/2014, 6:22 AM
Did Constantine get the pick of destiny? Also, Doug Mahnke is an absolute BEAST!
AEStark - 8/24/2014, 6:24 AM
It's nice they give JRjr blocky, lego-looking villains to draw. Way to play to his skill set, dc
Jollem - 8/24/2014, 6:34 AM
robot gorilla = haters

feedonatreefrog - 8/24/2014, 6:39 AM
I'm loving JRJR's Superman.
charlie2094 - 8/24/2014, 6:40 AM
They really need to change Power Girl's costume, looks ridiculous, no point to it other than to show off her cleavage...about it. Give her a new costume like they did with Star Sapphire..

Some cool selections, do actually kind of prefer the covers @feed posted. Still cool designs though.
KingRainbow - 8/24/2014, 6:49 AM
#1 catches my attention. Like, dayum, Jason in a Robin suit
Bodwulf - 8/24/2014, 6:53 AM
Catwoman 36 for the win.
Battabing - 8/24/2014, 6:59 AM
Let's try to remember that comic book women are idealized renderings.
They're not real women.

DrKinsolving - 8/24/2014, 7:00 AM
Nice, has Wonder Woman always had the shield?

Jollem - 8/24/2014, 7:02 AM
Jollem - 8/24/2014, 7:02 AM
@DrKinsolving - she has on occasion
Jollem - 8/24/2014, 7:08 AM
DrKinsolving - 8/24/2014, 7:09 AM
I'm still not sold on Gadot.... but I want to see what Snyder has planned for the WW
daveNoodles - 8/24/2014, 7:15 AM
power girl's giant boobs began as a sort of prank on the editors at DC. her artist at the time feeling that no one was really paying attention to his work, he decided to slowly increase her bust size until someone finally said something. the boob window in her costume - and the purpose thereof - then became an ongoing joke that defined her place in the DC universe as a satire of superheroes. power girl exists as a way for the comic world to laugh at itself, akin to marvel's deadpool. when she takes center stage she is often written with tongue in cheek dialogue that winks obviously at the informed reader, and her stories are typically more "zany" than batman, wonder woman, and the like, often focusing on her personal life as an unbelievably attractive, all-powerful being who chooses to fight crime in a flowing cape and stylized lingerie: what are her relationships like? what do other women within the comic world think of her overly-sexual attire? who feeds her cat when she's out punching hyper-intelligent gorillas to death? how does she pay the rent? you don't have to look too deep in the comic work to find characters just as preposterous as power girl, wonder woman wears less clothing than PG does, superman is built like a greek god on steroids and doesn't wear a mask yet he maintains a secret identity, batman sustains enough injuries in each issue to put a regular man in a coma, yet there he is next month kicking as and getting his ribs broke and his head caved in, and if PG's outfit is impractical, what does that make starfire's?

most fan outcry about covering the boob window came from drooling horny fanboys (and some girls), but that shouldn't be enough to flip the script on PG and take her so seriously. she is meant to be a commentary on all the superhero stuff that we accept despite common sense, and things we embrace as "classic", "traditional", and "par for the course" when it would be perfectly reasonable to address those things. and let's remember that outcry has happened over much less: "wonder woman in pants? no deal!" was a pretty common sentiment when that design was unveiled and pants is actually a super sensible choice for a woman that battles villains with claws and swords and such. and in the comic book movie world, "she/he doesn't have the body for it" is usually the first complaint about any casting news.
Battabing - 8/24/2014, 7:16 AM
@Dr. Kinsolving

Yeah, she rocks a shield when she needs to.

DrKinsolving - 8/24/2014, 7:21 AM

Cool, thanks, those WW pics look epic
Jollem - 8/24/2014, 7:25 AM
that's lobo holding lobo's head
Shadowmaster35 - 8/24/2014, 7:33 AM
@tylerzero - originally she didn't put anything there because she wanted to have her own symbol and also didn't feel like she was worthy enough yet to wear the classic 'superman symbol' that her New Earth and original Earth 2 families wore so she left it blank until she could think of something to put there. After that people recognized her for it and she just left it that way.

Favorites including that add-ons were:
The wonder woman one
The Red Hood one
The Robins
Lobo Killing Lobo
Harley & Power Girl
Jollem - 8/24/2014, 7:34 AM
there is a new character who claims to be the real lobo. he's pretty much bizarro lobo where he is cultured, highly intelligent and charming and all that. he's probably a clone, where they've dabbled with lobo clones pre-flashpoint
Jollem - 8/24/2014, 7:39 AM
Shadowmaster35 - 8/24/2014, 7:41 AM
Also Anybody know who that female robin is?
Darktower - 8/24/2014, 7:47 AM
slow news day!
DrunkenNukem - 8/24/2014, 8:24 AM
Im a big G. Jhons fan....but i haven't read his current Superman run...is it good?
LEOSTRATOR - 8/24/2014, 8:44 AM
Not a fan of the New 52, but it's some nice art work on these covers.
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