We interrupt your week-long Superman awesomeness for a few stunning pages from THE FLASH #3. I think you’ll forgive us, right?
It may be BRIGHTEST DAY, but when a mysterious group of so-called heroes turns up, another Rogue ends up dead. Plus, the mystery deepens as The Flash witnesses another murder — his own. Wait, what?
Power Girl dives headfirst into the next chapter of her life on Earth with new series writer Judd Winick (JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST) and artist Sami Basri (THE SHIELD)! But what events will draw her to her former JLI teammates from JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST? Some clues below.
POWER GIRL #13 hits 6/23.
Legendary LEGION writer Paul Levitz continues his latest stint with the team from the 31st century, pairing with artist Yildiray Cinar to tell the tale of a Legionnaire torn between the Legion itself and the Green Lantern Corps. Plus, how does Saturn Girl deal with the possibility that her children are not only missing, but gone forever?
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #2 hits 6/16.
This week is all about celebrating the Man of Steel and the many creators and eras he’s been involved with.
And we’d be remiss if we didn’t include writer Grant Morrison and artist Frank Quitely’s epic, emotional and classic run on ALL STAR SUPERMAN.
It’s been a hectic and exciting week here at The Source and beyond, so we thought it’d be a good idea to take a minute to round up some of the more notable posts from the last few days:
This month, writer Judd Winick and artist Pablo Raimondi joined forces to reveal the origins of the Red Hood in RED HOOD: THE LOST DAYS, a six-issue mini-series that spotlights an angry young man's transformation into one of Batman's deadliest foes.
Some cartoons are so much fun, that even as adults, we want to immerse ourselves even more in their world. BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD is a great example. A high-energy mash-up of the best of old school Batman with a decidedly modern twist, BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD makes for a fun romp that appeals to fans young and old.
The return of one hero heralds the release of the powerful Starheart, which empowers Green Lantern Alan Scott. Now, with this chaotic energy unleashed on Earth, magic has gone wild and new metahumans are emerging. Definitely more than one super-team can handle, even the famed Justice Society of America.