How do I know that it's almost 5 o'clock on Friday? The big tip off is that fellow SOURCE blogger and all around good guy Austin Trunick already has his NFL game day face on. On Friday. For Sunday's games. Let's just say, Mr. Trunick takes his football very seriously.
Let's get this out of the way first, David Finch might be the nicest guy in comics. He's also a Batman fanatic and his love for the character is evident on every page of the upcoming BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT series. Luckily, you don't have to take my word for it. Just check out his variant cover to issue 4.
It's the holiday season, and a dangerous new foe has it in for Cat Grant -- and as much as Supergirl would like to see Cat get what's coming to her, The Girl of Steel has no choice but to put aside her holiday blues and get involved!
Next year's "Reign of Doomsday" storyline is still shrouded in mystery. We've done a couple teases here on The Source, and here's another: this great splash by Ed Benes from STEEL #1!
Excited? Me too.
For R.E.B.E.L.S. #23, writer Tony Bedard and artists Claude St. Aubin and Scott Hanna bring in a special guest star: none other than Green Lantern John Stewart!
Oracle can normally take care of herself, but when one of her firecest enemies finds her alone and far from her allies and safe houses, even Batman may not be able to save her.
Rising star artist Ardian Syaf - fresh off some killer work in BRIGHEST DAY - makes his BIRDS OF PREY debut in a can't-miss story by Gail Simone called "The Death of Oracle"!
And it’s a beauty. Next year’s Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo — C2E2 for short — just got a bit greener. GREEN LANTERN, specifically.
Superman's departure from Metropolis to walk across the country has led to a slow news cycle for the city's biggest paper. If a lack of Superman front-page headlines weren't bad enough for the paper, a muckraking news blog has accused the Planet of bribing Superman for their stories -- putting even their journalistic integrity on the line!
A hero is often defined by his or her villains. And few heroes have villains as cool and colorful and flat out weird as the Flash.
The Rogues define the Flash and he defines them: Mirror Master, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, the Trickster and most especially the two Captains Captain Cold and Captain Boomerang.