We've shown a tiny bit of Action Comics #897's Lex Luthor / Joker match-up, but the issue's just too good not to share more of it in advance. That Paul Cornell and Pete Woods are able to capture everything we love about these two deranged villains so well in a single scene really speaks wonders about just how great they've been on this book.
Someone's cracked the secret identity of the aging Dick Grayson in BATMAN BEYOND #4, and it's up to Terry McGinnis to keep that secret from leaking out any further. If that weren't a difficult enough task already, it seems like Dick has a few ideas about how he can take care of himself.
Check out the cover to April's BATMAN BEYOND #4 by Dustin Nguyen.
With Oracle out of the picture, Batgirl and Proxy must throw everything they've got at the super-fast villain Slipstream.
And by throwing everything, we mean everything - including Batgirl's new car, as seen in Dustin Nguyen's cover to April's BATGIRL #20.
Three of legendary author/artist Joe Kubert’s most compelling works will be available in paperback this May. If you haven’t experienced his work before, now is the perfect time to give it a try.
Next week's ZATANNA #9 is part 2 of Paul Dini's "Pupaphobia" story arc - with art duties covered by the always-terrific Cliff Chiang.
Cliff shared a few words with The Source about his experience working with Paul Dini on the Zatanna comic:
April's DOC SAVAGE #13 kicks off a six-issue story arc written by extraordinary artist (and Doc Savage fan) J.G. Jones, whom DCU readers will recognize from his outstanding cover work on Final Crisis, 52, Wonder Woman and of course Doc Savage and First Wave.
As of January 2011, DC Comics titles will no longer carry the Comics Code Authority Seal of Approval. In 2011, DC Comics will employ a rating system consistent with that of the rest of the industry, as well as with our digital releases, which already utilize a rating system.
At the end of the epic DC Universe Online cinematic trailer, we see Lex Luthor giving what's left of the Justice League the lay of the land in a world where Brainiac is quickly taking over.
This storyline rolls out in DC UNIVERSE ONLINE LEGENDS, where Lex Luthor must join forces with a few unexpected allies to take the fight back to Brainiac. But - The Atom? And Black Canary?!
Nine hundred issues is a significant milestone. Come this spring, ACTION COMICS will be the first—and only—comic book series with nine hundred issues under its belt.
Here are 6 items of breaking news about this historic anniversary issue: