Beginning with issue #7, GREEN ARROW will get an all-new creative team, with artist Harvey Talibao joining previously announced new writer Ann Nocenti on the ongoing series. With prior work that includes titles for Marvel, Top Cow and Dark Horse, Talibao is making his DC Comics debut with GREEN ARROW.
Multiple Eisner Award-winning artist Gene Ha will be joining the JUSTICE LEAGUE – not as a team member, but as a special guest illustrator for issue #7. But that's not all that makes #7 so notable; the first issue following the origin story of the World's Greatest Super Heroes, it is also the first story to see the fully formed team in the present day. Who's joined the team? What's changed? And wait, there's more.
It’s about to get hot as Brian Azzarello and artist Cliff Chiang take us to the depths of Hell in WONDER WOMAN issue #7 this March. Remember the myth of Orpheus? Wonder Woman does. And we hope she’s learned its lessons well as someone she loves is in Hell’s clutches and she’s about to head out on a rescue mission. But Hades has no mercy—even for family members--and doesn’t intend to let her out of his domain without paying a price. Now to reveal the incredible cover by Cliff Chiang:
This March, fan-favorite writer Marv Wolfman returns to the DC Universe with NIGHT FORCE. Illustrated by Tom Mandrake, this seven issue-miniseries follows Baron Winters, who discovers a conspiracy that has been going on for centuries and which has even reached into Wintersgate Manor itself.
In this two-part story “The Hunt for Harley Quinn” written by Adam Glass with art by Clayton Henry, Harley’s former teammates on the Suicide Squad track her through Gotham City as she tries to discover the truth behind the Joker’s disappearance. Along the way we’ll learn Harley’s origin as Dr. Harleen Quinzel, a groundbreaking psychiatrist who works her way into the Joker’s mind as he works his way into hers, revealing her own madness within.
“Jerry Robinson illustrated some of the defining images of pop culture’s greatest icons. As an artist myself, it’s impossible not to feel humbled by his body of work. Everyone who loves comics owes Jerry a debt of gratitude for the rich legacy that he leaves behind.”—Jim Lee, DC Entertainment Co-Publisher and artist of BATMAN: HUSH
James Robinson and JT Krul will contribute individual stand alone stories in MEN OF WAR issue #7. We caught up with Robinson and Krul to get the inside scoop on their contributions. Is it true that you’ll be writing MEN OF WAR #7? JR: Absolutely. It's been a fun coming up with a story for the book. Lots of research.
It’s that time of year again! As you may already know, MAD MAGAZINE annually releases an issue that counts down the “20 Dumbest People, Events & Things” of the year. As in previous years, there were no shortage of candidates. This year, the issue will be hitting newsstands on December 20th (and readers recycling pile on December 21st.)
In the first couple issues of HUNTRESS, Helena Bertinelli traveled to Italy and swore to take down a man by the name of Moretti, one of the most powerful mob bosses in Europe. In HUNTRESS #3, Helena’s mission sends her to the ancient ruins of Pompeii. While there, she is challenged to battle by a man whose identity is only revealed as the Lion of Kufra. But can Helena defeat him and all of the other obstacles in her way before its too late to find Moretti and bring him to justice?