A Public Service Announcement From DC Nation

A Public Service Announcement From DC Nation

By Ian Sattler Wednesday, October 13th, 2010
I interrupt my usual DC Nation-ness to bring you, the DC Comics reader, a very important announcement: The comics shipping this month are freaking awesome! I know you're thinking "But Ian, the comics are awesome every month!" and you're totally right - they are - but this month features so many special items I wanted to make sure that you were perfectly clear on the degree of amazing we've got going on. Throughout October we are bringing you specials, new projects, new formats, new beginnings, and much more. I'll be dedicating this space to more specific coverage of some of these projects later on, but for now let's review some of what you can expect to see: BWTRHBR_Cv1_ds.indd - Bruce Wayne - The Road Home Specials These specials include Batman & Robin, Red Robin, Batgirl, Outsiders, Catwoman, Commissioner Gordon, Oracle and Ra's al Ghul and set the status quo for the hotly anticipated... ac_cv894 - Action Comics #894 Paul Cornell welcomes Death from Sandman to the DCU in monumental issue that also features the debut of the Jimmy Olsen co-feature by Nick Spencer. Mr. Cornell also delivers Knight & Squire #1 this month so be sure to say thank you when you see him, OK? utblnpanel4 - Untold Tales of Blackest Night #1 Check out these missing scenes from Blackest Night by Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi and JT Krul. TT_Cv88_ds.indd - Teen Titans #88 And speaking of Mr. Krul, we are pleased to welcome him and artist Nicola Scott as the new creative team behind Teen Titans. This is the start of a new era for the team, so be sure to check this out! - DC Comics Presents Presenting an all-new format aimed at collecting rare stories or stories never seen before. These 100-page spectaculars will be coming at you every month with material from both the DCU and Vertigo. This month you can check out volumes focusing on Brightest Day, Superman, Batman, Green Lantern and Young Justice. Trust me - you're gonna love these. So that's some list of comic-y goodness, huh? I haven't even had time to mention the JSA 80-Page Giant, JLA/The 99, DCU Halloween Special, Batman: Hidden Treasures or the return of the Black Lanterns in Brightest Day. Be sure to check back here and on The Source (dcublog.com) for more info all month long. Now get out there and start reading! Be seeing you, — Ian Sattler Senior Story Editor, DCU