This Wednesday, Earth 2: Society #8, written by Dan Abnett with Jorge Jimenez on art, hits the newsstands, exploring how heroes of this Earth are doing their part to take the reins and create a sense of renewal for their world! Check out these exclusive preview pages that DC Comics was kind enough to share!

What continues to impress me about Jimenez’s work is how clean a storyteller he is with his pencils. The action is always vibrant, popping off the page without a hint of being muddled in the slightest. Moreover, his pieces of flare, such as the gradations in a rock’s cliff, give the population of Earth 2: Society a sense of occupying a real environment. Abnett’s plotting and crisp characterization, which he’s more than made a name for himself in the comic industry for achieving with panache, make the title very accessible without alienating long-time readers.

Earth 2: Society #8, written by Dan Abnett and drawn by Jorge Jimenez, hits comic shops this Wednesday.

From the official issue description:

A bold new era begins on Earth-2! The heroes have decided to take leadership roles in this still-rebuilding world. But power soon becomes absolute power, and the people of Earth-2 quickly discover they’ve trusted in the wrong heroes!

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