Continuing from ACTION COMICS #882, "The Hunt for Reactron" concludes with the final showdown between Flamebird, Supergirl and the man who killed their father. And for the Daughters of Zor-El, that means it's payback time. Will Reactron make it out alive? Or is Nightwing the only one who can save them all? Writers Sterling Gates and Greg Rucka team with Jamal Igle to bring the story to a close. Check out a few pages below before you swing by your shop and pick up the full issue, which hits today. [gallery link="file"]
Not long ago, we gave you a quick look at the first issue of writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley's upcoming JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA run. But why stop there? With the issue hitting stands tomorrow, we thought a few more pages were worth checking out. Prepare to be surprised. JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #38 hits tomorrow. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]
Writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Ramon Bachs kick off a new era for Azrael, Death's Dark Knight -- starting here. Michael Lane is a man in search of redemption, but doe serving the Order of Purity as God's Angel of Justice bring him closer to his goal, or send him further down a road paved with good intentions? When a hired killer comes to Gotham City seeking revenge for crimes committed decades ago, Azrael faces an impossible conflict: What if God's justice forces the hero to claim one of his servants? Need more? Check out a few pages from the first issue below.
The trio of sexy alien marauders continues their rampage across Earth, and Power Girl makes her last stand against these seemingly unstoppable foes. But even Power Girl has her limits…from the team of writers Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti and artist Amanda Conner. POWER GIRL #6 hits 10/21. [gallery link="file"]
A week ago, we unveiled the details about THE FIRST WAVE, writer Brian Azzarello and artist Rags Morales' gritty pulp romp, featuring Doc Savage, Batman, the Spirit and more. But did you think we'd stop there?
In January, ACTION COMICS #885 and SUPERMAN #696 will cross over as Nightwing and Flamebird’s hunt for Zod’s sleeper agents leads them right to Science Police Headquarters in Metropolis, home of the Guardian and Mon-El. James Robinson, Greg Rucka and Eric Trautmann packed these two issues with so many twists and turns, we needed the covers to be as equally dynamic – and since the amazing CAFU regularly draws both covers, why not have the covers cross over as well? We cornered Superman Editor Matt Idelson's able assistant Wil Moss for more info. Take it away, Wil:
Happy Friday DC Nation! I hope that you're weekend is shaping up to be a good one. I know I'm excited to spend the entirety of Saturday and Sunday watching football with my dog and playing hockey on the PS3. You loyal readers of The Source will notice that I haven't been home for the weekend in a while so I have a lot of being lazy to get caught up on.
The Super Young Team dives into action as the team rallies for a stand against a villain they have no hope of beating. And, even if they manage to eke out a win, they're on the verge of learning an even harder lesson about the price of fame. Tune in for the final issue of the mini-series, from writer Joe Casey and artist ChrisCross, which hits 10/21. [gallery link="file"]
Yesterday, we took a minute to show you a few JUSTICE LEAGUE covers hitting in the month of January. Well, why not do the same for the JUSTICE SOCIETY titles? Exactly. So, to help make your last day of the work week slightly more bearable, here's a look at January's covers for JSA ALL-STARS #2 and JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #35.
We're inching toward the weekend, folks, and that's a good thing. We're also inching toward the debut of the first issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA from the superstar team of writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley. Stoked? You should be. On that note, we've got a few images that might be of interest. Namely, the January covers to JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #6 and JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41.
Nothing, you say? Well, you'd be surprised. Even worse is what scares the deadliest foes of The World's Finest, the Joker and Lex Luthor. Horror comes alive in SUPERMAN/BATMAN #65, a very special Halloween tale from Peter Johnson and Matt Cherniss, with a stellar list of artistic contributors, including Brian Stelfreeze, Brian Haberlin, Kelley Jones, Joe Quinones and Federico Dallocchio. We've got a few pages from the issue, to give you a dose of the spookey. SUPERMAN/BATMAN #65 hits 10/21. [gallery link="file"]