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Read 8-Page Sneak Peek Stories for Bizarro, Bat-Mite, Deathstroke, Aquaman and More

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In June DC Comics will be making a big splash when it comes to making comics that are new reader friendly. Not only will they have 24 new series, all of their existing comics will be starting new stories making it a great time to jump on. Full of diversity – in style, writing, tone and representation – DC Comics has gone down the path of making comics for everyone.

In order to get people excited with theses new comics, DC will be releasing 8-page original stories featuring these creators and characters of each series. These will give people a taste of what’s to come and help them decide if these comics appeal to them. The best thing about these are that they’re not snippets of the first issue, but original stories!

Last week DC released 10 sneak peek stories and this week they have released 10 more. This week you can find preview stories for Action Comics, Batmite, Aquaman, Bizarro, Deathstroke, Dr Fate, Gotham by Midnight, Green Lantern: Lost Army, Justice League 3001 and Lobo.

You can read all of the DC Comics’ Sneak Peek stories here.

Action Comics

Written by Greg Pak. Art by Aaron Kuder.

Due to a new ability, which depletes his power for a period of time after use, Superman is low on energy. Looking to have some quite time at his bachelor pad, the Fortress of Solitude, Superman is attacked by some shadowy ninjas. But it’s what happens next which will kick the series into June.

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Action Comics #41 in June.

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Aquaman

Written by Cullen Bunn. Art by Trevor McCarthy.

Aquaman is on the run! Why? You’ll have to read to find out.

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Aquaman #41 in June.

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Bat-Mite

Written by Dan Jurgens. Art by Corin Howell.

Bat-Mite, the magical imp from another dimension, has decided to spread his hero advice to any hero he can find. His first victim hero is the one and only Batman!

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Bat-Mite #1 in June.

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Bizarro

Written by Heath Corson. Art by Gustavo Duarte.

The backwards Bizarro has become the pest of Metropolis. While he might be trying to help, he keeps making things worse. Enter Jimmy Olsen, who has been assigned to get Bizarro out of Metropolis and into Canada.

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Bizarro #1 in June.

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Deathstroke

Written and Art by Tony Daniel.

After a fight with the Teen Titans, Deathstroke takes a contract to kill someone that might be unkillable.

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Deathstroke #7 in June.

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Dr. Fate

Written by Paul Levitz. Art by Sonny Liew.

Meet Kalid “Kent” Nassor, who is the new wear of the helmet of fate!

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Dr Fate #1 in June.

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Gotham By Midnight

Written by Ray Fawkes. Art by Juan Ferreyra.

Gotham by Midnight is all about a special division of the Gotham Police Department that take on the paranormal threats in the city. Tonight’s case, a horde of the undead!

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Gotham by Midnight #6 in June.

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Green Lantern: The Lost Army

Written by Cullen Bunn. Art by Jesus Saiz.

The Lost Army is the other Green Lantern comic, which is all about – you’ve guess right – a lost army. A group of Green Lanterns are missing in action and now have to survive on an unfamiliar world.

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Green Lantern: The Lost Army #1 in June.

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Justice League 3001

Written by Keith Giffen. Art by Howard Porter.

Meet the Justice League of the future. Of the year 3001 to be more precise.

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Justice League 3001 #1 in June.

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Lobo

Written by Cullen Bunn. Art by Cliff Richards.

We’ve already had one Bounty Hunter in the form of Deathstroke but Lobo takes it up a notch by being an intergalactic bounty hunter. By the end of this story he will be taking on a job that will see him collide with a popular villain.

You can find a digital copy to keep on Comixology. If you dug this story you can jump onto this series with Lobo #7 in June.

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You can read all of the DC Comics’ Sneak Peek stories here.

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Based on these 8 page sneak peeks, will you be reading any of these comics when they hit the stands in June? Let me know in the comments below or via Facebook or Twitter.

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