Writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Eddy Barrows continue to chronicle Superman’s story as he walks across America – bringing the Man of Steel closer to the people of his adopted planet than ever before. In this issue, Superman visits Cincinnati and its surrounding areas, while also featuring a special cameo from a certain Dark Knight, which we’ve spotlighted for you here.
BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME kicks off here as Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne rush to quash a damaging news item that could threaten the secret identities of the entire Bat-family. And as if that weren't enough to occupy their time, their father figure, Bruce Wayne, has returned.
BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME: BATMAN AND ROBIN also hits today.
New cover images by Ivan Reis, Neal Adams and Ethan Van Sciver? Hard to say no, huh? This week, we’ve got the latest black and white version of legendary Batman artist’ Neal Adams’ BATMAN: ODYSSEY series, superstar Ivan Reis’ take on BRIGHTEST DAY #13 and an iconic shot of the Dynamic Duo courtesy of Mr. Ethan Van Sciver. Hard to beat that on a Tuesday, huh?
Excited by all the Batman news and art spreading around the web before and now after NYCC? Well, there’s a Grant Morrison Batman issue hitting in a few days: BATMAN: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #5, featuring a noir-ish tale of the Dark Knight, as Bruce Wayne struggles to return to the modern day, aptly illustrated by the masterful Ryan Sook and Pere Perez. Check out the pages below for more.
We’ve got a duo of BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME previews for you today. Kicking off the pair is BATGIRL, from regular writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Pere Perez. With the return of Bruce Wayne, could Stephanie Brown’s short tenure as Batgirl be over? Or will his homecoming bode well for her?
BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME: BATGIRL hits today.
Adara, the Hope Entity finds a host in the latest issue of GREEN LANTERN from writer Geoff Johns and artist Doug Mahnke. Talk about a huge responsibility. The young girl – who may be a great savior in the future – is tasked with containing one of the most powerful forces in the galaxy. But can she handle it?
(October 18, 2010) Bob Wayne has been named Senior Vice President, Sales of DC Comics, it was announced at New York ComicCon by John Rood, EVP Sales, Marketing, and Business Development, DC Entertainment.
It’s a lovely day here in New York, and as some of you heard, NYCC dominated the headlines over the weekend. We’ll be rolling as usual shortly, with previews of RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE and more. Thanks for sticking with The Source over the weekend, and hope all of you who attended the show had a great time. We certainly did!