So far, Nightwing and Flamebird's attempts at apprehending Zod's sleeper agents have worked out pretty well. But enter Az-Rel and Nadira Va-Dim, and we've got problems. The "Bonnie and Clyde of Krypton" have turned the tables on our new heroes, and the race to prevent an all-out war with New Krypton may be over before it's even begun. Written by Greg Rucka , with art by Fernando Dagnino and Raul Fernandez, this issue also includes the first installment of the CAPTAIN ATOM co-feature, from Rucka, co-writer James Robinson and artist CAFU. Check out a few pages from the lead story below.
In the second issue of writer Paul Dini and artist Dustin Nguyen's new ongoing Batman series, Commissioner Gordon must team up with the new Caped Crusader to battle the Firefly's deadly new methods. And, since one villain is never enough, the baddie known as Abuse starts making some noise in the streets of Gotham. Get it? Here's a look at the main feature, but don't forget each issue of STREETS also sports a MANHUNTER co-feature, from writer Marc Andreyko and artist Georges Jeanty, chronicling Kate Spencer's adventures in Batman's city.
Last week, we announced that Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian and artist Sam Kieth would be pairing up for LOBO: HIGHWAY TO HELL, a two-issue mini-series kicking off in November. But did you think we'd stop there? We caught up with Ian to get the lowdown on what fans should expect from the series, which should be just what Lobo fans have been craving. Take it away, Scott:
Hm, maybe we should make this a regular feature here on The Source? Last week, we put out a call for photos, asking you, the fans, to chime in with pictures of you and your friends reading copies of the first issue of WEDNESDAY COMICS. We got such a great response, we had to post two batches, with the second right here. Thanks to all that participated.
We've covered the RED CIRCLE characters from pretty much every angle here on The Source, and we've got a few things to toss your way on this lovely Friday afternoon. Below, you'll see the cover to THE SHIELD #2, by Francis Manapul and the cover to THE WEB #2, by FINAL CRISIS AFTERMATH: DANCE cover artist Stanley Lau. Nice, eh? [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
Greetings, Source-erers, Michael Siglain here. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m one of the editors here at DC. More specifically, I’m one of the Bat-editors, and am currently responsible for Detective Comics, Outsiders, Batgirl, Vigilante and Booster Gold, among other comic book greatness. I’m here today to give you a peek behind the editorial iron curtain, so get ready to feast your eyes...
You've heard rumblings and seen reports here and there, but, as always, The Source is here for the official word on things. So, here goes:
Up-and-coming artist Rafael Albuquerque joins the ongoing writing team of Michael Green and Mike Johnson for a tale of the World's Finest duo -- Robin and Supergirl. When the inmates take over at Arkham, can anyone but the Boy Wonder and the Maid of Might put things right? Check out a few pages below to see. SUPERMAN/BATMAN #62 hits 7/15. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
So, yesterday we posted our "call for photos." Basically, we wanted to bring the WEDNESDAY COMICS reading experience to life here on The Source, and asked you, the fans, to send us pictures of you and your friends reading the first issue. And, you did. So, here's the first batch of photos. We'll have more tomorrow afternoon, so keep sending them over.