Writer Paul Levitz and artist Kevin Sharpe continue their exploration of Superboy’s early adventures with the Legion of Super-Heroes as the Boy of Steel discovers the heavy burden that comes with being the kid destined to grow up to be Superman.
ADVENTURE COMICS #517 hits Wednesday.
Zatanna loves Vegas, and Vegas loves her – but should Zee be wary of the attentions of a handsome, well-connected casino owner? She can hold her own against the most ridiculous Royal Flush Gang ever assembled, and she can just about cope with her cousin Zachary's immature antics, but how about a horde of fire demons?
Yesterday, we gave you a first glance at Nic Klein’s amazing and gritty pencils for the sixth issue of the Man of Bronze’s ongoing series, which is being co-written by Ivan Brandon and FIRST WAVE writer Brian Azzarello. Today, we checked in with series Assistant Editor Chris Conroy about the new story arc, with more art, of course. But that’s not all.
We’ve seen a few stunning images of preview art from rising star Nic Klein. We’ve heard from Assistant Editor Chris Conroy. But what about the new co-writing team of Ivan Brandon and Brian Azzarello? Well, as promised, we touched base with both of them and managed to finagle a few more pieces of new art from their first issue. So, what say you, guys?
A few weeks back, we unveiled half of the new DETECTIVE COMICS creative team. Namely, that AMERICAN VAMPIRE writer Scott Snyder would be stepping into the writer’s seat, handling both the main story and a Commissioner Gordon co-feature. And now we’re ready to break the news about the artist that will be paired with Snyder on the book.
It’s safe to say that it’s been a pretty news-intensive time for Superman and Wonder Woman. And the news coverage is still going strong. Case in point, NPR’s wonderful feature on Superman’s walk across America and Slate’s spotlight on Wonder Woman’s new costume.
Superman’s historic walk across America continues in the pages of SUPERMAN #702, as the Man of Steel reaches Detroit, home of the auto industry and Motown. The issue, which touches upon not only the personal stories facing the city’s citizens but an unexpected threat from beyond, builds on the momentum J.
Clayface infiltrates Gotham City Bank and Trust looking to make a sizable withdrawal. There's just one problem: waiting in line at the bank is Stephanie Brown, a.k.a Batgirl. But when Clayface begins morphing into different people, Batgirl must hold the entire bank hostage until she can find out who the villain is impersonating.
BATGIRL #13 hits 8/11.