The new Anarky has his own version of Red Robin's Hit List! Ulysses Armstrong has made a record of Gotham City teens who could be Red Robin – and he's murdering them one by one. With an incapacitated Tim Drake crossed off his list, can Red Robin stop Anarky before the villain attacks his next target?
In ACTION COMICS #893, Lex Luthor will be dealing with not just one guest star, but two. First up we have Gorilla Grodd, the menacing giant and the latest villain to cross paths with Lex during his quest for power. The next? None other than veteran artist Sean Chen.
For most, Labor Day is the last exit sign before crossing the border into fall, which means it’s our last chance to have a Friday off under the auspices of “Summer Fridays.” So, in more concrete terms – the DC offices are closed today and Monday, which means there’ll be no new posts until Tuesday. But come back then for a first look at BATMAN #703.
Have a great holiday weekend, all!
We’ve had a lot of Batman news of late, but one thing we haven’t shared is what the new creative team on BATMAN AND ROBIN will be doing visually. As we unveiled not long ago, Peter Tomasi will be taking over as writer with his former GREEN LANTERN CORPS collaborator Patrick Gleason stepping in as artist.
Not long ago, we showed some fairly intense pages from the latest issue of Grant Morrison’s BATMAN AND ROBIN, with art by Frazer Irving. Well, now we’ve got a few of those pages all lettered up, revealing more secrets about the issue – and the Joker’s involvement. Click below for more.
BATMAN AND ROBIN #14 hits 9/9.
Sin City just got more dangerous as a few of the “ New Guardians” arrive in Vegas searching for the powerful love entity known as the Predator.
And what does that last page mean?
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Doug Mahnke are rolling the dice in GREEN LANTERN #57, which hits 9/9.
Celebrating the "Return of Bruce Wayne"! Those closest to The Dark Knight look back on the legacy he has created. Featuring appearances by Alfred, Dick Grayson, Tim Drake, Damian Wayne and more, courtesy of guest writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Cliff Richards.
BATMAN #703 hits 9/9.
This October, writer J. Michael Straczynski (Superman, Wonder Woman, Babylon 5, “Changeling”) and artist Shane Davis (Green Lantern, Superman/Batman) will take readers on a journey both familiar and new – a story of a last son looking for meaning amidst the skyscrapers and teeming crowds of a great metropolis.
This is a Superman for the 21st century.