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New York Times bestselling novelist Neil Gaiman and DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee’s illustrated poem “100 Words” is available today for the first time digitally. This seven page poem can be purchased for .99 cents through the DC app and DCcomics.com storefront. All of DC Comics’ proceeds benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.  

They’re fought Superman separately. They’ve teamed up and fought him together. Now Lex Luthor and Brainiac set their sights on a new enemy – each other! Two of the Man of Steel’s greatest foes duke it out the cover of ACTION COMICS #899 by David Finch and Ryan Winn.  

Tuesday. Covers. You know the drill. First, Etrigan gazes down upon an embattled Green Arrow and Galahad on the gorgeous standard cover for GREEN ARROW #10 by Rodolfo Migliari. Then, Alex Garner’s tribute to Wonder Woman’s classic look on the variant cover of WONDER WOMAN #609.  

Part 2 of “Reign of Doomsday!” The “Kryptonian killing machine” has come for Eradicator and only the Outsiders stand in his way. Can they stop Doomsday, a creature that has defeated both Superman and the Justice League?  

Remember the “Get Out of Hell Free” card the Secret Six tracked down in series’ first arc? Well, it’s become the focus of desire once again, with two members of the team planning to use it. But just how far will they have to go to get what they want?  

BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #20 on sale March 2 delves deeper into Dr. Death’s golden age altercations with Thomas and Martha Wayne and feature a beautiful homage to the cover of DETECTIVE COMICS #29 drawn by Bob Kane.  

The Birds go on the offensive in the thrilling conclusion of “The Death of Oracle” story. How will Gotham function without their master infojock – and the Birds of Prey continue without their leader?  

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On the Trivmvirat MCD, Mexico’s WARFIELD brings it fast, brings it black, and wraps it up in poisoned black metal atmosphere. The follow-up to 2009 full length Conquering the Black Horde includes three new non-album tracks, three bonus live cuts, and a bonus rehearsal cut.  

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Already making their mark in the states, Irish rock trio Kopek (Shane Cooney- drums, Brad Kinsella – Bass and Daniel Jordan – vocals/guitar) are looking forward to their US debut release, White Collar Lies set to hit stores on March 1 on Religion Music via SIN/SonyMusic Independent Network.  

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After a massively successful tour with Avenged Sevenfold, A&M/Octone recording group Hollywood Undead will return to the road to headline the Revolt Tour. Kicking off in Boston on April 6th the tour will feature special guests 10 Years, Drive A and New Medicine. On April 5th, the band returns with their second album: American Tragedy. The album is the follow up to their controversial but massively successful gold debut, Swan Songs, which spent 53 consecutive weeks on the Billboard Top 200 Album chart. Hollywood Undead’s first single from the album, “Hear Me Now” is already Top 30 on the modern rock charts.  

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The year 2010 saw Soundgarden – Chris Cornell, Kim Thayil, Ben Shepherd and Matt Cameron – reuniting after a 13-year absence to a thunderous roar. As promised, the band have now announced that they’ll be releasing their first-ever collection of live tracks on March 22, 2011 through UMe.  

Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Secret Avengers #11, from Eisner Award-winning writer Ed Brubaker and fan favorite artist Will Conrad!  

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