Hey everyone, J.T. Krul here. I wanted to come by and say a few words about the premiere of my Teen Titans run starting in October. Now, I was going to talk about what a great honor it is to have the chance to work with such characters. For me, the Teen Titans are one of the top-tier teams in all of comics.
Not only does November’s DC UNIVERSE: LEGACIES feature a lead story by the stellar team of regular writer Len Wein and artist Dan Jurgens, but it features a back-up with art by comic book legend Brian Bolland. Not only do we get to see Bolland’s detailed art take on the Atom, but the story is set in a time longtime readers of Bolland’s work should be familiar with.
“With Titans #27, the final pieces of Deathstroke’s team are now in place, which means we finally get to see Roy in action as a Titan again. Unfortunately for him, when you’re high, fighting isn’t easy. And you can also make mistakes. Big ones. This issue also reveals the next puzzle piece in Deathstroke’s master plan.
(September 21, 2010 – New York) DC Entertainment, as part of its ongoing strategy to integrate the DC Comics business, brand and characters into Warner Bros. Entertainment’s content and distribution operations, will relocate its business functions related to and supporting multi-media and digital content production to Burbank, California.
Paul Cornell and guest artist Sean Chen join forces to reveal the latest chapter in Lex Luthor’s ongoing quest for power. But when a raid on Gorilla Grodd’s home turf goes awry, only bad can follow.
Also, this issue marks the first installment of writer Nick Spencer and artist R.B. Silva’s JIMMY OLSEN co-feature, which includes the DCU debut of Smallville’s own Chloe Sullivan.
The Flash and his Rogues throw down on the streets of Central City as the mystery surrounding the Flash foes from the future deepens. Is Barry Allen a murderer? Will he survive long enough to find out?
Swing by your shop today and grab a copy of THE FLASH #5, by the all-star creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Francis Manapul.
The changes happening behind the scenes this week are part of a greater campaign to reshape DC Comics and build a company for the future.
Starting next month, the team of penciler Tyler Kirkham and inker BATT will take over the regular art duties on GREEN LANTERN CORPS, joining regular writer Tony Bedard. But why wait until then? We swung by GLC Editor Adam Schlagman’s office and snatched up a few shots of what’s to come from the series. But before we unveil these images, what does Adam think about the new artistic duo?