Writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank's exploration of the origin of the greatest Super Hero of all time continues, as readers witness young Clark Kent's initial journey into the late 30th century as Superboy, and also see how meeting the Legion of Super-Heroes shapes the Man of Steel he will one day become. Plus, a dash of young Lex. SUPERMAN: SECRET ORIGIN #2 hits 10/28. Enjoy some pages below. [gallery link="file"]
The rift tearing into the Justice Society continues to deepen due to the strange actions of several new team members as well as the eruption of some long-seeded conflicts. It all leaves the team dangerously weak and vulnerable as their home base comes under attack from an army of bounty hunters bent on collecting the price on the head of each and every member of the Society. Brought to you by the usual team of Sturges, Willingham and Merino, JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #32 hits 10/28. [gallery link="file"]
Sterling Gates is far from a newcomer to the DCU -- but he's certainly one that's on the rise. With his work -- alongside artist Jamal Igle -- redefining and stabilizing SUPERGIRL, Gates has made a name for himself for his tight plotting and knack for strong and precise characterization. All of which can be seen month-in and month-out in the pages of the Girl of Steel's ongoing series.
With the Teen Titans unraveling at the seams, Beast Boy and Raven must return to Titans Tower to help Wonder Girl right the sinking ship. But things are rarely that easy for the team, as you can imagine. Hope aboard for new writer Felicia D. Henderson's second issue, with art by Yildiray Cinar. Scroll below for some preview pages from the issue, which hits 10/28. [gallery link="file"]
In the way only a title like AMBUSH BUG can, the series jumps forward to issue #7 on 10/28. But wait, what about #6, you ask? Worry not, dear reader. Writer/artist Keith Giffen will explain all. Or maybe he won't. You'll just have to pick up the issue next week to see -- and after all this build-up, how could you miss it? Here's the previously-unrevealed cover to AMBUSH BUG #7. Enjoy.
...But a thousand words ain't too shabby, either! Don’t get me wrong… words AND pictures are where it’s at fer me... but reading ANYTHING these days puts us all in a very, very elite club. But if you find yourself liking the work of the writers-- nay, AUTHORS-- who pen DC Comics these days, there is a veritable library of OTHER material available to you these days written by the very same people.
Hi everyone! Brian Cunningham, here—editor of such titles as TITANS, R.E.B.E.L.S., POWER GIRL and more. When I’m not editing or shirking responsibility, I like to put stuff I like in my office. Some of the stuff is kinda neat, and some of it is admittedly kinda weird. But I like it, and since I gotta look at it all day, that’s most important. I like having stuff around me that inspires me or even relaxes me during those stressful days of deadline doom.
It's here. We've talked and teased and talked some more about not only the special, but the upcoming THE FIRST WAVE around these parts pretty often, but nothing beats real pages to look at. So, here we go. A first look at the BATMAN/DOC SAVAGE SPECIAL, from writer Brian Azzarello and artist Phil Noto: [gallery link="file" columns="2"]
Guest writer Chris Yost and regular artist Dustin Nguyen kick off the two-part "Leviathan" story as the Huntress finds herself in an unusual position – the responsible one. Because when Huntress hunts down a violent new criminal, she finds herself stuck with a violent, loose cannon of a partner on the case – the Man-Bat. Odd couple? That's an understatement. Check out a few pages below. BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #5 hits today. [gallery link="file"]