Well, Jericho's gone nuts. And, as usual, it's up to his former friends in TITANS to clean up the mess. Featuring the artwork of Angel Unzueta and words by Sean McKeever, this issue kicks off a crossover with TEEN TITANS and VIGILANTE. I'm also guessing that having "death" in the name of the crossover does not bode well for our dear Titans. [gallery link="file"]
Well, that was fast. No pun intended. After a day on the stands, the first issue of writer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver's FLASH: REBIRTH mini-series has sold out. But no worries, you still will be able to find a copy if you've been lax in your LCS visits. There are probably a few copies still in stores, and the second printing -- which sports a new Van Sciver cover -- hits on 4/29. Check it:
As the headline so capably notes, NEWSARAMA just posted preview pages from next week's issue of BOOSTER GOLD. Picking up after the "Reality Lost" arc, the issue focuses on the price you pay when you mess with time travel. And just because we're in a giving mood today, here's an extra piece of writer/artist Dan Jurgens' artwork from the issue. Enjoy. [gallery link="file"]
Few creators are as synonymous with projects as Mike Grell is with WARLORD. The fantasy saga, which has appeared in many forms over the years, returns in full force this month in a new ongoing series from Grell and artist Joe Prado, featuring all the powerful elements that made the book a hit many times over, continuing the adventures of Tara, Shakira, Tinder and the rest of the classic cast.
This June, the Bat-books will experience a bit of a face lift. In addition to having a new Batman roaming the Gotham rooftops, DETECTIVE COMICS #854 will also feature a new protagonist. Specifically, Kathy Kane -- Batwoman. Now, we've seen a few images and a preview of the first issue, but that surely can't be enough, can it? Check out some more amazing interiors from artist J.H.
Well, it's Day Two here at The Source, in case you were wondering about it all being an expertly crafted April Fool's joke. And, I have to say, we're all pretty blown away by the great response and linkage to the launch.