Huntress and Catman make the long-threatened first attempt at romance in "First Date" - anyone want to make bets on how long these two hot-headed lovebirds on opposite sides of the law will go before trying to kill each other?
BIRDS OF PREY #11 hits stores in April.
Judd Winick's JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST is approaching its final act, and he's given The Source a few hints at what's coming in the final seven issues... and at what will come afterward.
Here's what he gave us:
We’ve seen this question posed here in The Source’s comments section a lot these last two weeks, and we couldn’t be more excited to give you an answer. Starting in May with issue #12, Jesus Saiz will be joining BIRDS OF PREY as the regular ongoing artist.
Writer Gail Simone shared with us just what it takes to draw BIRDS OF PREY:
"The Rise of Eclipso" begins in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA issue 54 and, so far, we've kept the lid tight on the details of James Robinson's epic storyline.
But we can confirm, this one's got it all:
STEEL #1, the first part of the REIGN OF DOOMSDAY storyline, has sold out and gone back for a second printing, this time with a blood-red cover. Foreboding, right? Check it out below.
The Death of Oracle continues in BIRDS OF PREY #8, as the twisted villain Mortis has Black Canary, Huntress, Dove and Lady Blackhawk cornered. Can Oracle and Batman help them in time? And is Dove's ruse enough to keep them at bay long enough for help to arrive?
Marc Guggenheim took over Justice Society last fall, and just three issues in he's already building into something big.
Curious for hints at where it's going? Or a few reasons to jump on board? We'll let Marc take it away:
After butting heads with the Green Lantern Corps and cooling tensions with Tamaran, it seemed like things were getting ready to settle down for Vril Dox’s intrinsically not settled down R.E.B.E.L.S. team, but Starro the Conqueror is back to throw a wrench in the works.
Judd Winick's done a great job in his eight issues of Power Girl telling stories that are not only action-packed, but actually very funny. And as long as he's been on the series, he's had Sami Basri drawing all kinds of crazy things, from aliens to robots to OMACs to, well, giant albino gorillas and dragons, as displayed in the POWER GIRL #20 preview below.