At least I think so. Not to throw a pity party, but I don't think it's a stretch to say we're all recovering a tad from the intensity that was San Diego Comic-Con International. Luckily, the DC offices will be closed today. Which means The Source will be quiet. I, meanwhile, will be packing boxes and lugging furniture, because that's what I like to do over the weekend. When I'm moving. So, I'll see you bright and early Monday, with a preview of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #2. Until then, enjoy the weekend.
When a crisis of conscience divides the team amidst a horrific war involving Amazons led by a delusional Artemis, can the team survive? But that's just the icing on the cake, folks: Jeannette and Wonder Woman step into the ring for an all-out brawl. Still on the fence? Scroll down for a few preview pages to whet your appetite, from the top-notch team of Gail Simone and artist Nicola Scott. SECRET SIX #12 hits 8/5. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
How about a cool, double-page spread by Jose Luis from the first issue of RED TORNADO to start your day? The mini-series from writer Kevin VanHook and artist Luis spotlights everyone's favorite android and his extended "family," including the Red Volcano, spotlighted below. Nice way to start off Thursday, no?
J. Michael Straczynski's re-imagination of the Red Circle heroes begins here, with JMS teaming up with artists Tom Derenick and Bill Sienkiewicz to introduce The Hangman to the DCU.
The dust has settled, and we've chalked up another San Diego Comic-Con. There've been a ton of great moments and even more exciting stories to tell, but, believe it or not -- we have to get on a plane in a few minutes. So, needless to say, posting will be relatively light today. And, by "relatively light," I mean, this is it. Tomorrow, we've got a roundup of all the major DCU news from the con, a few cool pictures from the show and much more.
We’re entering the final lap here at Comic Con. The fans are running around to snatch up last-minute deals, the staffers are looking a little glazed over – but the energy in the convention center is still high. And what better way to close out the con than a Sunday Conversation panel? Dan started these a few years back and the idea really stuck. I even had the pleasure of sitting on one of them way back when.
Surprisingly, I’m still fairly functional. I think. The marathon that is SDCC is coming to a close, but we still have some stuff to show off, at least in regards to books hitting next week. Len Wein continues his guest stint as writer, teaming with artist Eddy Barrows. The cards are stacked against the remnants of the League, and it’s no surprise I’m jokingly referencing the Royal Flush Gang. Can even the team survive before the unexpected arrival of an old foe? Unclear. But here are some pages to get you up to speed.