There’s always a ton of amazing artwork funneling through the halls here at DC, and it’s fun to stop and showcase a number of the cool variants that will be featured on the cover of upcoming books.
The mysteries deepen! What secret is Mera hiding? Where have Hawkman and Hawkgirl disappeared to? And what annoys Hawk the most about Deadman? Find out in this issue as we march closer towards the turning point of issue #7 as Hawk and Dove join the mission to uncover the truth behind their returns and what it means to the rest of the DCU!
Frazer Irving joins writer Grant Morrison for three issues.
A villain returns to threaten the Dynamic Duo.
An unexpected claim is made on the fortune of Bruce Wayne.
Oh, and the amazing talents of Grant Morrison.
Need we say more? Here's a sneak peek at a few pages from the issue, which hits Thursday.
What an amazing week, huh folks? Not only did we hear from a legendary collection of Wonder Woman creators past and present, but we also got a bit of news as well. But more on that later today.
It’s finally here. Legendary Batman artist Neal Adams returns to Gotham with the first issue of two six-part mini-series. In the story, Batman faces a series of seemingly unrelated challenges as villains and allies old and new push him to his limits. And after Batman discovers a dark and dangerous matrix being superimposed over his life, what must he do to escape?
And some news!
As we announced not long ago, writer Jeff Lemire and artist Mahmud Asrar are teaming up to present BRIGHTEST DAY: THE ATOM SPECIAL, a one-shot focusing on the past and preent of Ray Palmer, the Atom.
What we haven’t done is show some pages – which you can click below to view. And they’re a beauty.
The guest creative team of writer John Ostrander and artist R.B. Silva give us a tale of men who choose to hunt the most dangerous game in the world: The Secret Six. The team are tricked into traveling to a secluded island where they’re trapped in a fight for their livies.
SECRET SIX #23 hits Thursday.
Writing and drawing a Wonder Woman story was almost as much fun as being eight years old and finding my mom's silver poster board, cutting it up and turning it into a pair of bullet-proof bracelets, and then getting my kid brother to shoot at me with his plastic pellet gun.
The thing I love most about Wonder Woman is her roots. Raised an Amazon warrior, her very essence combines the very best of mythology and modern day heroes. You could say she bridges the gap between the heroic tales the Greeks used to tell, to the modern day feats of the heroes that roam the DC Universe. In one word she is EPIC. Best of all she just plain kicks ass!