Last we saw The Architect, he had planted a bomb that if set off, would drown half of Gotham City. As Damian Wayne and Cassandra Cain swim deep underneath the Kane Bridge to try to locate the bomb and diffuse it, Batman comes face to face with The Architect and delivers him a startling revelation about his past. But will The Architect believe him and put a stop to his plan and save the city? Or is he too blinded by his need for vengeance to hear the truth about the Gates of Gotham?
THE SOURCE: How do you write the first line of a new series? ADAM GLASS: I always try and think of something that will grab the reader's attention. With Suicide Squad I'm very fortunate that we open every book already in the middle of our adventure so it's easier to do this and find great stuff to say.
There’s been a lot of talk over the past few weeks about the villains in DC Comics-The New 52. You’ve probably noticed that we’ve been using the hashtag, “#thenewvillains,” both here on THE SOURCE and on Twitter . There will certainly be plenty of villains making their debuts in the coming weeks. While by now many of these villains have already been introduced, not all of them have been fully revealed just yet.
The winners of The 2011 Harvey Awards were announced this weekend at the Baltimore Comic-Con. DC Entertainment took home awards for the following DC Comics and Vertigo titles. Best New Series: AMERICAN VAMPIRE by Scott Snyder, Stephen King and Rafael Albuquerque Best Single Issue or Story: DAYTRIPPER by Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon
THE SOURCE: How do you draw a first panel of a first issue? EDDY BARROWS: It is exciting to start something almost from scratch, create new characters and reshape others – especially when the character is as good as Nightwing. I am very excited about this opportunity. How do you introduce a new hero?