The Tornado flies alone in this mini-series from writer Kevin VanHook and artist Jose Luis, shining new light on the true origins of the Justice League's resident android. Not only will you meet a new slew of characters, but you'll also get to meet Reddy's true android family, to boot. But with the influx of android relative, what happens to Red Tornado's adopted human family? We're not telling. But the pages below will help give you a hint. RED TORNADO #1 hits 9/2. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
Two new members sign up in the third issue of writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli's CRY FOR JUSTICE mini-series. Just in time, too. With Prometheus captured and his evil plans revealed, the team will need all the additional manpower it can muster to defeat the villain's master plan. Click below for some pages from the issue, which hits 9/2. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
Happy Monday, Source readers. To ease you into the work week and to avoid a case of the Mondays, we've got some pages from SUPERGIRL ANNUAL #1, from writer Sterling Gates and artist Fernando Dagnino. As faithful SUPERGIRL readers know, in SUPERGIRL #34 the Girl of Steel adopted the new secret identity of Linda Lang. But how long until someone finds out her secret? Find out with this issue, as Gates and Dagnino chronicle Supergirl's initial attempt to live a double life in "Linda Lang: Day One." SUPERGIRL ANNUAL #1 hits 9/2.
Yesterday we gave you a sneak peek at the second issue of BLACKEST NIGHT: BATMAN, so why not cap off the week with a look at the second SUPERMAN issue? Sure, why not? Writer James Robinson and artist Eddy Barrows unveil a crisis in Smallville, as the Black Lantern Psycho Pirate attacks. And what happens when Superman's dead bride returns as a Black Lantern? Nothing good, I'd wager. So give these pages a look, enjoy your weekend and be sure to reserve a copy. BLACKEST NIGHT: SUPERMAN #2 hits 9/23. [gallery link="file"]
Happy Friday, DC Nation! Elisabeth Gehrlein here, DCU editor of…well, a really nice range of titles. One of the things I love about my current slate of books is how varied they are – I’ve got everything on my plate from JONAH HEX to TINY TITANS, with ADVENTURE COMICS and DOOM PATROL and WONDER WOMAN in between. So every day is a genre-bending journey where one minute I could be thinking “Where did those penguins get rocket packs in the first place?” and then suddenly a colorist calls with this disturbing question: “What color should I make the fragments of his shattered legs?”
Tying into his recent debut in the pages of R.E.B.E.L.S., the origin of the real Starro the Conqueror is revealed. Why have we never seen this cosmic barbarian before? And how did he amass his army of super-soldiers? The answers are all here, courtesy of writer Tony Bedard and a collection of top artists -- including Kalman Andrasofszky, Derec Donovan, Joe Prado and Karl Moline -- with each one handling a chapter of the story. Check out some preview pages below. R.E.B.E.L.S. ANNUAL: STARRO THE CONQUEROR hits 10/7.
If any hero should worry amidst the events surrounding BLACKEST NIGHT, it should be Batman. Boasting one of the strongest, creepiest and deadliest Rogues Gallery in the DCU, just the idea of some of the fallen villains returning as Black Lanterns sends a chill up my spine. Will the new Batman's career be cut short? Will Red Robin have to face off against his own father? You'll have to pick up the issue to find out.
Greg Rucka and artist J.H. Williams continue to put the pressure on Gotham's newest hero with the third part of 'Elegy," as Batwoman unites with an unlikely ally to momentarily defeat the fairytale villain known as Alice. But when Kate is forced to attend another high society event, she soon learns that her worlds are crashing together. Want more? Check out a few pages below. And then, head on over to your local shop. Simple, right? DETECTIVE COMICS #856 hits today. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
It's the conclusion to the two-part "Birds of Paradise" arc, as a gaggle of super-powered cage fighters find themselves in the worst possible place to be -- Wonder Woman and Black Canary's bad side. Also, find out the final resolution between Diana and Nemesis. What more could you want? Oh, alright. Here are a few pages. WONDER WOMAN #35 hits today. [gallery link="file"]