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Issue Details

Issue #37
Published December 2009
Frequency Monthly
Cover Price 2.99 USD
Pages 36
Editing Elisabeth V. Gehrlein; Sean Ryan (associate)
Notes U.S. on sale date: 2009-10-28. Copyright © 2009 DC Comics. Doc Savage © 2009 Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. d/b/a Conde Nast Publications.

Cover Details

Characters Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Achilles; Queen Hippolyta
Genre Superhero
Pencils Aaron Lopresti (signed)
Inks Aaron Lopresti (signed)
Colors Hi-Fi

22 page Wonder Woman story "Warkiller, Part 2 of 4: Of Two Minds"

Characters Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Donna Troy; Amazons; Queen Hippolyta; Phillipus; Alkistis; Perspephone; Artemis; Alkyone; Olympians; Achilles; Jason; Mysia; Ares (villain)
Genre Superhero
Script Gail Simone
Pencils Bernard Chang
Inks Bernard Chang
Colors Hi-Fi
Letters Travis Lanham

5 page Batman; Doc Savage promo (ad from the publisher) "A First Look at the Batman / Doc Savage Special #1"

Characters Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Doc Savage
Genre Superhero; Adventure
Script Brian Azzarello
Pencils Phil Noto
Inks Phil Noto
Colors Phil Noto
Letters Clem Robins
Editing Joey Cavalieri; Chris Conroy (assistant)
Notes 5 page preview of Batman / Doc Savage Special (DC, 2010 series) #1.

1 page DC Nation promo (ad from the publisher) DC Nation [189]: "As it is my turn, honor and duty to deliver a memorable DC Nation"

Characters Catwoman [Selina Kyle]; Starman
Genre Superhero
Script Simona Martore
Letters typeset
Notes The author discusses projects for Starman and Catwoman, using French and Italian. Here are the official translations, from DC's The Source blog ( TRANSLATION: Do you have a multilingual dictionary with you? Very good! Let's begin, then. I will start writing in French, which is the most beautiful language in the world. What I'd like to do is to tell you something about a night, the darkest of them all, when some black rings caused hell in the heroes' world. Once upon a time, there was a superhero named Starman. After his death, he came back several times under different names. I am very happy to announce that one of his incarnations is coming back, but this time, he will do something strange and terrifying! Our superhero will behave in a peculiar manner and will have an interesting encounter with an old, Irish friend and another character who’s very dark in his own way. This new Starman episode will be written by the magic hand of James Robinson. TRANSLATION: And what about Italian? Do you speak it better than I do? Perhaps. However, as it's my mother tongue, I feel obliged to honor the country of spaghetti and Roman emperors and to annoy you even further by writing something in a language that probably sounds like Latin gibberish to many [of] you. Let's start then. Speaking of blackest nights again…I am always very excited at the idea of reading a story that has a solid and original plot, and I think that this time I am dealing with something like that. In fact, a new adventure featuring Catwoman, associated somehow to a "dark night" and written by Fabian Nicieza, is going to be presented to you very soon. This time, our favorite feline will have to face an old enemy who is known for his passion for artifacts generally used ornamentally.