Exclusive preview: 1st look at DC Comics' Worlds' Finest #1

DC Comics' Second Wave of its company-wide reboot, the New 52, is about to hit, and we've got the first look at one of the new titles, starring Robin and Power Girl of Earth 2, right here!

Here's the scoop on Worlds' Finest #1, which will go on sale May 2:

This week, DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 launches its "Second Wave," expanding the boundaries of the shared narrative and the scope of the universe. Further developing the bold concepts introduced back in September, the world-building efforts of DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 "Second Wave" include the new stories reaching around all the way the world and into parallel worlds.

The first week of new series showcases the breadth and depth of the what the "Second Wave" has to offer, including an introduction to the heroes and would-be heroes of an alternate Earth with EARTH 2 and WORLDS' FINEST; a dark look at the psychological effects on an everyman who accidentally gains powers to become a hero in DIAL H; and the return of cult classic war series "The War That Time Forgot" and "The Unknown Solider" in G.I. COMBAT.

DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 introduced new takes on classic characters from the rich history of DC Comics - and with DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 "Second Wave," we will explore how those heroes, anti-heroes and villains fit together in their shared narrative universe.

The premiere issue of Worlds' Finest has been written by Paul Levitz, with art by George Perez, Kevin Maguire and Scott Koblish, and you can check it out for the first time below.

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