Let’s face it, as a comic book fan, it’s not easy to impress your friends.
Welcome to week eight of What's New in The New 52 – where you, the fans, get a sneak peek at the stuff that crosses our desks. This little feature is a way to keep you all in the loop about what's new, different and exciting in The New 52 – whether it's a character design, cover, splash page or panel.
The Beatles once memorably sang, “I don’t know why you say goodbye, I say hello.” We doubt very much they were singing about Green Lantern—though we kinda wish they were, just for the sheer awesome factor—but we can’t help thinking of that line when looking at this week’s GREEN LANTERN #21.
This June, you won't need to look up in the sky to spot Superman. All you'll need to do is visit the DC Comics website.
In this week’s RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS ANNUAL #1, you were introduced to The New 52’s take on the League of Assassins. Today, check out the League’s secret city.
This summer, the highly anticipated crossover event, “Trinity War,” will officially kick off in the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE #22, written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
When Batman intercepts an out-of-town hit squad targeting a visiting foreign dignitary, it seems like an open and shut case. But it turns out the Dark Knight’s troubles are just beginning when a mysterious woman named Penumbra emerges from the shadows to confront him on his home turf. Who is pulling Penumbra’s strings and what is her connection to Bruce Wayne’s past?
Superman has been the world’s most beloved and recognized super hero for 75 years, and with a major new movie on the horizon and numerous comic book titles on the shelves, that’s not likely to change anytime soon.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #4 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!)
They say that a hero is only as good as his villain—which is arguably what makes Batman so dang amazing. After all, let’s face it, the Dark Knight holds, hands down, the most infamous and recognizable Rogues Gallery in the history of comic books.