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Forever Evil Event: Villains Month Checklist

Jeff Hill 08/30/2013 Reviews

Can’t wait until next Wednesday?  Still a bit hesitant about this whole event?  Too gimmicky?  Not gimmicky enough?  Well, here’s the complete list of villains being spotlighted in the September launch of Forever Evil!  Included are the villain featured in the one-shot story, the main title (for those of you collecting the regular series only), the creators associated with each story, and the issue’s release date.  Feel free to comment, complain, or ask questions below.

 

Arcane (Swamp Thing 23.1)

By Charles Soule and Jesus Saiz

Release Date: September 18

 

Bane (Batman 23.4)

By Peter J. Tomasi and Graham Nolan

Release Date: September 25

 

Bizarro (Superman 23.1)

By Sholly Fisch, Jeff Johnson, and Andy Smith

Release Date: September 4

 

Black Adam (Justice League of America 7.4)

By Geoff Johns, Sterling Gates, and Edgar Salazar

Release Date: September 25

 

Black Hand (Green Lantern 23.3)

By Charles Soule and Alberto Ponticelli

Release Date: September 18

 

Black Manta (Aquaman 23.1)

By Geoff Johns, Tony Bedard, and Claude St. Aubin

Release Date: September 11

 

Brainiac (Superman 23.2)

By Tony Bedard and Pascal Alixe

Release Date: September 11

 

Cheetah (Wonder Woman 23.1)

By John Ostrander and Victor Ibanez Ramirez

Release Date: September 18

 

Clayface (Batman: The Dark Knight 23.3)

By John Layman and Cliff Richards

Release Date: September 18

 

Count Vertigo (Green Arrow 23.1)

By Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino

Release Date: September 4

 

Court of Owls (Batman and Robin 23.2)

By James Tynion IV and Jorge Lucas

Release Date: September 11

 

The Creeper (Justice League Dark 23.1)

By Ann Nocenti and Chris Cross

Release Date: September 4

 

Cyborg Superman (Action Comics 23.1)

By Michael Alan Nelson and Mike Hawthorne

Release Date: September 4

 

Darkseid (Justice League 23.1)

By Greg Pak and Paulo Siqueira

Release Date: September 4

 

Deadshot (Justice League of America 7.1)

By Matt Kindt and Pasqual Ferry

Release Date: September 4

 

Deathstroke (Teen Titans 23.2)

By Corey Mays, Dooma Wendschuh, Angel Unzueta, and Moritat

Release Date: September 18

 

Desaad (Earth 2 15.1)

By Paul Levitz and Yildiray Cinar

Release Date: September 4

 

Dial E (Justice League 23.3)

By China Mievelle and 20 Artists)

Release Date: September 18

 

Doomsday (Batman/Superman 3.1)

By Greg Pak and Brett Booth

Release Date: September 25

 

Eclipso (Justice League Dark 23.2)

By Dan DiDio and Philip Tan

Release Date: September 18

 

First Born (Wonder Woman 23.2)

By Brian Azzarello and Aco

Release Date: September 25

 

Grodd (The Flash 23.1)

By Brian Buccellato and Chris Batista

Release Date: September 4

 

H’el (Superman 23.3)

By Scott Lobdell, Dan Jurgens, and Norm Rapmund

Release Date: September 18

 

Harley Quinn (Detective Comics 23.2)

By Matt Kindt and Neil Googe

Release Date: September 11

 

Joker (Batman 23.1)

By Adam Kubert and Andy Clarke

Release Date: September 4

 

Joker’s Daughter (Batman: The Dark Knight 23.4)

By Ann Nocenti and Georges Jeanty

Release Date: September 25

 

Killer Croc (Batman and Robin 23.4)

By Tim Seeley and Francis Portela

Release Date: September 25

 

Killer Frost (Justice League of America 7.2)

By Sterling Gates and Derlis Santacruz

Release Date: September 11

 

Lex Luthor (Action Comics 23.3)

By Charles Soule and Raymund Bermudez

Release Date: September 18

 

Lobo (Justice League 23.2)

By Marguerite Bennett and Ben Oliver

Release Date: September 11

 

Man-Bat (Detective Comics 23.4)

By Frank Tieri, Scott Eaton, and Jaime Mendoza

Release Date: September 25

 

Metallo (Action Comics 23.4)

By Sholly Fisch and Will Conrad

Release Date: September 25

 

Mongul (Green Lantern 23.2)

By Jim Starlin and Howard Porter

Release Date: September 11

 

Mr. Freeze (Batman: The Dark Knight 23.2)

By Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Jason Masters)

Release Date: September 11

 

Ocean Master (Aquaman 23.2)

By Geoff Johns, Sterling Gates, and Geraldo Borges

Release Date: September 25

 

Parasite (Superman 23.4)

By Aaron Kuder

Release Date: September 25

 

The Penguin (Batman 23.3)

By Frank Tieri and Christian Duce Fernandez

Release Date: September 18

 

Poison Ivy (Detective Comics 23.1)

By Derek Fridolfs and Javier Pina

Release Date: September 4

 

Ra’s al Ghul & the League of Assassins (Batman and Robin 23.3)

By James Tynion IV and Jorge Lucas

Release Date: September 18

 

Relic (Green Lantern 23.1)

By Robert Venditti, Rags Morales, and Cam Smith

Release Date: September 4

 

Reverse-Flash (The Flash 23.2)

By Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato

Release Date: September 11

 

The Riddler (Batman 23.2)

By Scott Snyder, Ray Fawkes, and Jeremy Haun

Release Date: September 11

 

The Rogues (The Flash 23.3)

By Brian Buccellato and Patrick Zircher

Release Date: September 18

 

The Scarecrow (Detective Comics 23.3)

By Peter J. Tomasi and Szymon Kudranski

Release Date: September 18

 

Secret Society (Justice League 23.4)

By Geoff Johns, Sterling Gates, Manuel Garcia, and Rob Hunter

Release Date: September 25

 

Shadow Thief (Justice League of America 7.3)

By Tom DeFalco and Chad Hardin

Release Date: September 18

 

Sinestro (Green Lantern 23.4)

By Matt Kindt and Dale Eaglesham

Release Date: September 25

 

Solomon Grundy (Earth 2 15.2)

By Matt Kindt and Aaron Lopresti

Release Date: September 11

 

Trigon (Teen Titans 23.1)

By Marv Wolfman and Cafu

Release Date: September 11

 

Two-Face (Batman and Robin 23.1)

By Peter J. Tomasi and Guillem March

Release Date: September 4

 

The Ventriloquist (Batman: The Dark Knight 23.1)

By Gail Simone and Derlis Santacruz

Release Date: September 4

 

Zod (Action Comics 23.2)

By Greg Pak and Ken Lashley

Release Date: September 11

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And, of course, accompanying the main Forever Evil miniseries are Forever Evil: A. R. G. U. S.Forever Evil: Arkham WarForever Evil: The Rogues, and the various crossovers in Justice League, Justice League of America, Justice League Dark, and many, many more to come!  Stay tuned for details.  We’ll be sure to keep you posted.

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Jeff Hill is a moderately reformed frat boy turned writer/teacher living the dream in Lincoln, Nebraska. He does freelance work and writes fiction, none of which is about corn or the husking of corn. His work has appeared in over a dozen publications and his mom has a binder full of printed copies for any doubters. Plus, he's the Chief Creative Officer of Comic Booked. So that's pretty neat, too.

  1. Skott_Jimenez 09/02/2013 at 1:20 pm

    I've got Lobo preordered… I really hope it isn't as bad as it's been advertised. I might pick up some more if they look good like Eclipso. But this whole New 52 thing just doesn't interest me..

    • jeffhillwriter 09/02/2013 at 2:39 pm

      My hope is that Forever Evil will get rid of some of the less-than-stellar aspects of the New 52. The return of the multiverse is the smartest decision DC has made in recent years. So many possibilities to merge their new fans with the ones they may have alienated with the reboot!

  2. Siobhan Moreau 09/03/2013 at 12:15 am

    I want to pick up some Deathstroke comics but I thought that they stop making them for the New 52?

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