Writer James Robinson and artist Renato Guedes bring out the big guns for the finale of "Codename: Patriot" -- namely, a slam-bang throwdown in the sewers of Metropolis. What are the stakes? Who are the players? Everyone, really. Except for a certain Man of Steel. It's his responsibility to stop the shooter from making relations between Earth and New Krypton even worse.
Enjoying the new take on CAPTAIN ATOM? How can you not be? Writers James Robinson and Greg Rucka are producing an action-packed, mysterious co-feature that's beautifully rendered by CAFU. Here are a few pages from the next installment, part of ACTION COMICS #881, hitting 9/16. Enjoy.
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The writing team of Matthew Sturges and Bill Willingham continue their inaugural arc on JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA with part two of "Bad Seed," pairing them with up-and-comer Jesus Merino.
Writer and filmmaker Kevin Smith re-teams with his CACOPHONY collaborator Walt Flanagan for BATMAN: THE WIDENING GYRE for an all-new adventure starring the Caped Crusader. The stakes are high as Batman encounters a new vigilante, amidst what Smith describes as a "backdrop of romance, intrigue and geek-bait guest stars galore."
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver continue to race toward the gripping conclusion of FLASH: REBIRTH with the fourth installment in the mini-series that returned Barry Allen to the DCU. Allen left a legacy that thrived after his death. Now his return threatens it all. What secrets does Barry hold inside him about the fate of the Flash Family?
Well, it's Friday, and I've managed to finagle the day off. But fear not -- we've got our regularly scheduled "From the Editors" post right here. This time, it's Editor Rachel Gluckstern giving us more info on the upcoming THE SHIELD ongoing series. Take it away, Rachel:
We've had a lot of fun recently showing off the amazing cover work of SECRET SIX cover artist Daniel Lu Visi, so why stop? You've all seen his take on Bane and Deadshot, so how about his interpretation of Black Alice, one of writer Gail Simone's favorite new characters?