Supurbia #11 Written by Grace Randolph
Art by Russell Dauterman
Colors by Gabriel Cassata
Letters by Steve Wands
Covers by Emily Warren Boom! Studios
Release Date: September 18, 2013
Cover Price: $3.99
Supurbia follows the lives of superheroes and their families. All living in the same neighborhood, they lean on each other to train, help, and support each other. But like any other neighborhood and family life, the gossip, jealousies, and trust issues run rampant. In Supurbia #11 the Meta Legion is still looking for a kidnapped child, Zari, the daughter of Superhero Dion Jenkins and his wife, retired superhero Tia. Unsure if Sovereign live-in girlfriend and former supervillain Helen Heart is involved since she has also disappeared and since Helen’s ex, supervillain Hector Hunt, is the kidnapper. Also missing is Gio aka Agent Twilight, who disappeared during a mission.
All of the Meta Legion is out looking for them when an explosion happens in the neighborhood. Those left behind, run to find safety only to encounter more danger. And as the heroes return home, they start to find their loves ones in danger by those they thought they could trust.
Cloak and Dagger #1 One-shot
Written by Stuart Moore
Cover and art by Mark Brooks
Colors by Emily Warren
Letters by Dave Sharpe Marvel Comics
Release Date: March 31, 2010
I have always been a bit of a Cloak and Dagger fan, and I have been pleased to see them in more Marvel Comics lately. They were duped by Norman Osborn into joining his Dark X-Men, but came to their senses and joined the real X-Men team. I was really excited about my favorite duo on the team.
For the uninitiated, Cloak and Dagger were two runaway kids living on the streets who were kidnapped and injected with drugs. These drugs transformed Tandy Bowen into Dagger, a creature of light energy, and Tyrone “Ty” Johnson became Cloak, a creature powered by Darkforce who teleports and absorbs energy, usually from humans, to survive.