DC Comics: Bombshells Ends – New Series To Come From Marguerite Bennett

Comicosity reports that the wonderful DC Comics: Bombshells series will end on June 16 with the release of its #100 digital issue (remember, Bombshells is released weekly on Comixology, followed by print issues twice-monthly).

But all is not lost! Writer Marguerite Bennett has also revealed that a new ongoing digital series with “New heroines, new theaters of war, new perils, new crises, and new smooches!” will replace Bombshells.

Bombshells has had an amazing run – the complete trade collection will total 6 volumes. I can’t wait to see what comes next.

You can preorder the next two collected volumes now, with the final volume being released in early 2018.

DC Comics: Bombshells Vol. 4

On sale June 27, 2017
Available for preorder at Amazon

Collects print issues #19-24 (digital chapters 55-72)

As World War II rages around them, Batwoman, Catwoman and Renee Montoya take a journey to Africa to get help from an old ally: Vixen, Queen of Zambesi and co-founder of the Bombshells.

But they’re not alone. The lethal Cheetah has her claws out, and she’s digging them directly into a forbidden site: the dwelling place of the mechanical gods, whose incredible powers could spell triumph for the Reich and the destruction of all that the Bombshells hold dear.

Now Vixen, her fellow Bombshells founder Hawkgirl and the rest of the squadron must face their biggest threat yet! Can this brilliant but beleaguered African queen count on the support of a fellow royal—Wonder Woman—to turn the tide?

DC Comics: Bombshells Vol. 5

On sale Oct 3, 2017
Available for preorder at Amazon

Collects print issues #26-29 (digital chapters 73-87) and DC Comics: Bombshells Annual #1

As World War II rages across Europe, the Bombshells battle new enemies showing up out of the woodwork… and a Bombshell we haven’t seen since the Battle of Berlin shows up to help!

Michelle

Michelle loves comics and code. A lifelong Superfamily fan, she's been collecting comics for 20 years, and running Supergirl: Maid of Might since 2000.

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