Ready for a Lobo tale like no other? Is that possible, you ask? Well, you've never seen Lobo like this before. And by "like this" I mean written by heavy metal icon Scott Ian, with art by the legendary Sam Kieth. Got your attention? Good.
It's day of threes here at The Source. To close things out, we have the third issue of MAGOG, which shows us that sometimes powers are as much a curse as they are a blessing. Magog learns that lesson firsthand when the minions of Miasma assault his enhanced senses. On top of that, he's found himself "rescued" by hi-tech-clad members of the mysterious Flashpoint.
The Invisible Man has gone on a killing spree, and only The Dark Knight can hope to end his reign of terror in the third issue of this 5-issue miniseries. But how can Batman stop a man he can't see? And what is the Invisible Man's ultimate goal?
Few people have more skeletons in their proverbial closets than Niles Caulder, founder of the Doom Patrol. And with BLACKEST NIGHT doing a bang-up job of bringing those skeletons back in the form of Black Lanterns, you can only imagine how complicated things are going to get for the Doom Patrol. Caulder's been playing god for years, and the time for a reckoning is at hand.
Happy Monday, Source gang. It's been a while since we updated you on the Wonder Woman #600 postcard tally, mostly because we've been inundated by the response from fans. And while we're holding off on giving you the final number, I do want to let you know that we're ending the call for postcards. So, if you got to send one, great. If not, the gig is up.
While the Dark Knight stalks the Gotham streets at night, Bruce Wayne spends his daylight hours getting reacquainted with former flame Silver St. Cloud. Plus, Batman learns the name of his mysterious masked ally.
Writer Royal McGraw and artist Marcos Marz kick off a new CONFIDENTIAL arc titled "Blackhawk Down," as we see Wayne Industries collaborator Blackhawk Industries lose valuable information right under Batman's nose. The Dark Knight's investigation leads him to Poland and an unexpected team-up to try and find out who's behind the information swipe. Oh, and did I mention a giant robot?
I'm sure many of you dedicated readers picked up on the most recent DC NATION column in the back of the books this week, where our very own Simona Martore gave the page some international flavor. And, because we're completists here at The Source, we've got the translation of Simona's original text, to help those who couldn't translate it on their own. Take it away, Simona:
It's been a long week, Source gang, so we'll try to keep this simple. The DCU titles make a regular habit of having some cool and different variant covers, so why not show off a few here from time to time. Makes sense, no? Here goes.