At long last, the day has finally arrived: All Hallow's Eve...eve’s eve. (All right, so it's not the big day, but it's in my own best interest to write this tomb today, and not tomorrow, during DC’s Halloween festivities, as there is a very good chance that I will be covered in blood tomorrow. I may also be in costume, but that's another story.)
Well, as we promised yesterday, we're back. How 'bout those last two pages of FINAL CRISIS AFTERMATH: INK? Cool, huh? Writer Eric Wallace and artist Fabrizio Fiorentino did a great job of ending the mini-series with a bang -- an unexpected one at that, too.
It's the end of the line, as secrets are revealed and the true threat to Liberty Hill and the Tattooed Man is unveiled in this final chapter of the mini, from the incoming TITANS creative team of writer Eric Wallace and artist Fabrizio Fiorentino. Learn the true meaning of heroism and find out just what the DCU has in store for TM.
The shocking and tragic origin of Batwoman starts here, in a haunting, evocative issue penned by writer Greg Rucka with art from the masterful J.H. Williams III. With "Go," Rucka and Williams reveal the true story behind the kidnapping of Kate Kane and her family by terrorists and how these events tragically alter Kate -- and her family's life -- forever.
The rift tearing into the Justice Society continues to deepen due to the strange actions of several new team members as well as the eruption of some long-seeded conflicts. It all leaves the team dangerously weak and vulnerable as their home base comes under attack from an army of bounty hunters bent on collecting the price on the head of each and every member of the Society.
The duo of writer Paul Dini and artist Guillem March allow the Joker's former assistant Harley Quinn to take center stage as the girls deal with the aftershocks of Hush's deadly manipulations. But, more importantly, who's the surprise guest star? Well, you're in luck.
Writer Gail Simone and artist Bernard Chang unleash a civil war -- with the world hanging in the balance. Zeus has made Achilles ruler of the Amazons, and Diana finds herself in battle against the people she loves most. And what's the secret behind the sudden rash of pregnancies on Paradise Island? Find out some of the answers below, with a few preview pages.
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank's exploration of the origin of the greatest Super Hero of all time continues, as readers witness young Clark Kent's initial journey into the late 30th century as Superboy, and also see how meeting the Legion of Super-Heroes shapes the Man of Steel he will one day become. Plus, a dash of young Lex.
Sterling Gates is far from a newcomer to the DCU -- but he's certainly one that's on the rise. With his work -- alongside artist Jamal Igle -- redefining and stabilizing SUPERGIRL, Gates has made a name for himself for his tight plotting and knack for strong and precise characterization. All of which can be seen month-in and month-out in the pages of the Girl of Steel's ongoing series.