This is the battle that's been building for months. Diana, Wonder Woman, finally faces off against Achilles, Zeus' new champion. And who the heck is Genocide? This issue is not to be missed, and will change the status quo for some time. But, you've heard that before. Best to get a taste of the actual issue. Check out a few pages from WONDER WOMAN #31 below. [gallery link="file"]
The final chapter of writer Steve Niles and artist Kelley Jones Batman horror maxiseries hits soon, and The Dark Knight closes out the story with a deadly confrontation, facing off against the monstrous Midnight for the fate of Gotham. We've got a few pages of the finale right here. [gallery link="file"]
What happens when two Guardians of the Universe go rogue and get all "emotional"? Well, the hopeful Blue Lanterns, that's what. Formed by Ganthet and Sayd after they were banished from the Guardians, the Blue Lanterns always look on the bright side, even when that brightness is coming from a yellow Sinestro Corps ring. Click below to find out more.
One of the co-features announced recently was MANHUNTER, from writer Marc Andreyko and the very talented Georges Jeanty. The new series, appearing monthly in the new BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM title hitting in July, finds Kate Spencer in Gotham City, now the District Attorney of Batman's city. How will that play out? Unclear. But we do have a first look at Jeanty's art for the series, from pencils to finished colors, for you to take a look at. [gallery link="file"]
FDR once said there's nothing to fear but fear itself.
If I were an Orange Lantern, I'd probably go around grabbing as many other blogs as possible. That's avarice, isn't it? An insatiable desire for wealth. And avarice is what drives Agent Orange and his gang, so much so that they've foregone a wordy oath and summed up what their goals, needs and hopes are with one word: MINE.
Sometimes you're just better off showing the art. On July 22, the Deluxe Edition of NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Neil Gaiman and artist Andy Kubert's two-part "Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?" story will hit, and will also feature an all-new cover from Kubert. Consider this an early Christmas gift.