Writer Fabian Nicieza and artist J. Calafiore present a tale of a murdered priest. A desecrated grave marker. A kidnapped child. A secret key. A mystery whose solution could upset the world order. For Batman and Robin to stop the rampage of a zealot named Amon, the Sixth Sinner, they first have to halt a deadlier foe intent on making sure Amon succeeds. To end the killer's mad scheme, Batman faces Azrael, Death's Dark Knight. "The Eighth Deadly Sin" continues in DETECTIVE COMICS ANNUAL #11 and sets the stage for this month's premiere issue of the AZRAEL ongoing series.
STREETS OF GOTHAM artist Dustin Nguyen gets downright pastoral on the variant cover to SUPERMAN: WORLD OF NEW KRYPTON #10, from writers James Robinson and Greg Rucka with artist Pete Woods. Nothing I write here can really do it much justice, beyond saying it’s a fine piece of work. So why not scroll down and see for yourself?
Things are changing over at Titans Tower, as writer Felicia D. Henderson, also a co-executive producer for the hit TV show 'Fringe', teams up with artist Joe Bennett and an all-star cast of Titans past and present to celebrate the 75th issue of the series, and to usher in a new and fresh take on DC's premier teen team. TEEN TITANS #75 hits 9/30. [gallery link="file"]
Writer James Robinson teams up with artist Fernando Dagnino as tragedy strikes in the aftermath of "Codename: Patriot," with Metropolis burying own of its own. With a man down, the Science Police are on their own when it comes to stopping a gang of Super-Villains from stealing a formerly common commodity that has suddenly risen in value. Intrigued? Well, good. Scroll down for a few pages from SUPERMAN #692, which hits 9/30. [gallery link="file"]
NO. In a very brief interlude with the mighty mite super-hero, the Atom, as he inexplicably jumped out of my phone, I was able to discuss the true nature of these creatures and assemble this list of why the Black Lanterns are not just the undead. Zombies attack mindlessly. Black Lanterns have all the characteristics of the living, just meaner.
Well, we're in week two of coverage of the WONDER WOMAN #600 campaign and, what do you know? We've already crossed the midway point. As of now, we have about 324 postcards sent in from fans asking for WONDER WOMAN's numbering to be reverted to #600 at the appropriate time. Seems like the tide is turning, eh?
What's got the Clown Prince of Crime riled up? What are Catwoman and Poison Ivy trying to track down? What's Harley doing on a date with Bruce Wayne? Uh, is that Bruce Wayne? These questions and a few more will be answered in GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #4, from the regular team of writer Paul Dini and artist Guillem March, which hits 9/30. What? Can't wait? Well, we've got five pages with your name on it below. [gallery link="file"]
Writers Bill Willingham and Matthew Sturges continue their first arc on the series with artist Jesus Merino as a traitor is revealed and Wildcat throws down against Magog. Who's responsible for tearing the team apart from within, and is the danger greater than anyone on the team expects? We don't have all the answers, but we have a few pages below that can give you some clues. JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #31 hits 9/30. [gallery link="file"]
Writer/filmmaker Kevin Smith continues his collaboration with artist Walter Flanagan with the second issue of BATMAN: THE WIDENING GYRE, and to say it's loaded with surprises would be a bit of an understatement. Featuring more guest stars, more plot twists and more Bat-action, what are you waiting for? Oh, right. The issue isn't out until 9/30. In the meantime, take a look at some of Walt's pages. BATMAN: THE WIDENING GYRE #2 hits 9/30. [gallery link="file"]