In order to catch up to his grandfather, Bart Allen will have to race against the speed force itself. As he is bounced around through time collecting multi-dimensional speed force energy from various members of the Flash family, Bart needs to gain all of the necessary tools to reach Barry in time to deliver a message that could save the universe.
With our series of Who's Who interviews this week we wanted to not only continue to get people excited for DC Comics The New 52 but also turn the spotlight on the creators that are telling the stories.
Assigned to drop the Green Arrow Industries bomb, Hal Jordan has the chance to become the ultimate hero. The only obstacle? Carol Ferris refuses to let him take on the risks of this challenge alone. As the two of them embark on their mission, Hal will stop at nothing to drop the bomb and keep Carol out of harm’s way – no matter the personal sacrifice.
Neil Sinclair is no more. His transformation into Subject Zero has destroyed his former self and turned him entirely into a merciless warrior with an unquenchable thirst for power and vengeance. As he sets out to destroy all meta-humans who pose as threats to his dominance, it’ll be up to Kal to protect Lois from this monster seeking to exact revenge on the Lane family.
The Resistance has found their ultimate weapon: Britannia. Listen as Penny Black tells the story of her origins as the biotechnologically armored warrior and watch as she joins the Resistance to bring down those who’ve destroyed her homeland. But when she comes face to face with Wonder Woman, a shocking realization will impact the Queen of the Amazons more than even Britannia could have anticipated.
If you attended San Diego Comic Con last month, you may have picked up a copy of FLASHPOINT #1 with a rare, wraparound SDCC exclusive cover. Well don’t worry if you missed out because next week at Fan Expo Canada, DC Entertainment will be selling another brand-new, awesome wraparound variant cover edition of the issue.
We told you yesterday about the great Midnight Madness event happening at Midtown Comics in New York City marking the official launch of DC Comics - The New 52. We know, though, that not everyone will be able to make it to New York City on August 30th. The good news is you may not have to.
THE SOURCE: How do you draw a first panel of a first issue? FERNANDO DAGNINO: Actually the first panel I draw usually ends up in the dustbin. The second or third version of that panel is the one that you will finally see in the finished book. It usually takes me some time to warm up the mind and the hand.
This week, you’ve heard from many writers and artists who are working on books within the Justice League, Batman and Young Justice families. Today, beginning with I, VAMPIRE writer Joshua Hale Fialkov, hear from various people working on titles within THE DARK family. THE SOURCE: How do you write the first line of a new series?