Everybody’s Talkin’ About DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, Tuesday Afternoon (ET) Edition

Everybody’s Talkin’ About DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, Tuesday...

By David Hyde Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
It’s hard to believe that tomorrow already sees the release of the first batch of third issues from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52. Over the past few days, previews of these books have been popping up all over the Internet. Missed some? Don’t worry. We’ve got them all assembled for you here. MAXIM has your exclusive first look at the action packed and science-fiction tinged O.M.A.C. #3. From fan-favorite creative team Sterling Gates and Rob Liefeld comes HAWK AND DOVE #3. Check out LOS ANGELES TIMES' HERO COMPLEX for an exclusive preview of the issue. It’s Virgil Hawkins vs. The Slate Gang in STATIC SHOCK #3. Can’t wait until tomorrow to check the issue out? Head on over to IFANBOY for an exclusive sneak peek. Download the CHAMPION! MAGAZINE app to see an exclusive preview of MEN OF WAR #3. The preview also features the layouts and inks of the previewed pages, providing an in-depth look at the creative process that goes into the creation of this series. DC Comics’ Facebook page posted your first look at tomorrow’s GREEN ARROW #3. In the issue, Oliver Queen must defend himself against the maniacal Rush, who wants to kill him in front of a live audience. Pretty twisted, right? And just because Halloween is over doesn’t mean it’s time to stop the scares from rolling in. Check out NEWSARAMA’s interview with I, VAMPIRE writer Joshua Hale Fialkov. “Matt Idelson and I talked a lot about good crossover opportunities, ways to show case that the book is set in the current DCU, and that the events around it are 'really happening,’” Fialkov teased of John Constantine’s upcoming appearance in the series. “Constantine serves as such a great gateway for that because he already stands on the side of the macabre, and his attitude is so opposite of Andrew’s. John is an actor, not a brooder. John is willing to do what has to be done, where as Andrew, we've seen, is slightly more hesitant.” To be continued …