Straight from the pages of TITANS, Starfire joins our merry band just in time for super-genius Vril Dox to pick up the pieces from last issue's climactic battle with Starro the Conqueror. First on his agenda: rebuild his interplanetary police squad, L.E.G.I.O.N. Courtesy of writer Tony Bedard and artist Claude St. Aubin.
Have you heard the news? Today Cartoon Network announced not one, but two new shows sure to bring a smile to regular readers of THE SOURCE. Here’s the skinny:
Eisner-nominee and incoming WONDER WOMAN writer J. Michael Straczynski pairs with GREENDALE artist Cliff Chiang for a special one-off story featuring the Amazon Princess and Zatanna, as the duo enjoy a nice, peaceful evening on the town that surely won't be interrupted by any kind of superheroic hijinks...
Let's go over our SUPERMAN checklist, shall we?
Great writer? J. Michael Straczynski. Check.
Great artist? Eddy Barrows. Check.
Great cover artist? John Cassaday. Check.
You didn't think we'd stop at BRIGHTEST DAY, did you? Probably not, since we've made a habit of showing these solicits in this space for a while now. So, for a sneak peek at what's coming down the pike for The Dark Knight and co., click below. I didn't mean for that to rhyme.
Starting today, the Spirit returns in an all-new ongoing series from writer Mark Schultz and artist Moritat. Central City destroys everyone who lives within its borders, so it's a good thing The Spirit's already experienced being dead, huh?
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Doug Mahnke present the next exciting chapter of the Green Lantern mythos right here, with the first part of "New Guardians." Forced to work together during the deadly rise of the Black Lanterns, Hal Jordan, Sinestro, Carol Ferris, Saint Walker, Atrocitus, Indigo-1 and Larfleeze must agree to disagree if their next mission is to succeed.
Still recovering from that Cassaday image? Understandable. So are we. But we've got two more images that'll help get you to Tuesday with a smile on your face. Specifically, Andy Clarke's variant to BATMAN AND ROBIN #12 and Aaron Lopresti's WAR OF THE SUPERMEN #1 cover.
Well, that was a show, huh? By the time you read this, I'll be frantically packing my meager belongings into my ratty suitcase and preparing to head back to the Big Apple after an amazing C2E2 convention. Were you at the show? What'd you think? Were you watching the news from afar? Share your experiences in the comments below as I try to find my boarding pass...
It's that time again, gang. Here, for your Friday enjoyment is a collection of the covers and solicitation info for all the BRIGHTEST DAY titles hitting in July. What're you waiting for? Click below.