Angel Smerti’s a lady who gets what she wants – and her top priority is seeing The Spirit in a coffin. Plus, our hero’s first encounter with the sprawling criminal empire known as The Golden Tree reveals that the organization threatens much more than just Central City. All of this and a few surprises thanks to writer Mark Schultz and artist Moritat.
The BRIGHTEST DAY reaches Star City with GREEN ARROW #1, hitting next month from the team of writer J.T. Krul and artist Diogenes Neves. With “The Fall of Green Arrow” over, what is the status quo for our Emerald Archer? And after the devastating events of recent months, can one man protect a city that’s partially in ruins?
In the wake of a cosmic cataclysm, writer Tony Bedard and artist Claude St. Aubin continue to reveal “What Happens in Vega…” in the second part of the story, as super-genius Vril Dox rebuilds his space police force L.E.G.I.O.N. But Dox’s machinations put him in the cross hairs of everyone in the Vega Sector – including Blackfire.
Now that the cat’s out of the bag in regards to a certain Mr. J’s involvement in the pages of BATMAN AND ROBIN, we can finally let you feast your eyes on artist Frank Quitely’s cover to BATMAN AND ROBIN #13, featuring the new Dynamic Duo up against the Joker himself. Enjoy.
What’s atop Supergirl’s to-do list after rejoining the JLA? Fight Power Girl to the death, apparently! What other horrors await the Justice League and Justice Society in this prologue to “The Ghosts of Earth and Space”? Only writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley know for sure, but the preview below might hold a few clues.
Doc Savage and his compatriots begin to dig themselves out from last month’s brutal attack – but have they inadvertently made Doc’s sister a target by taking her up on her offer to help?
DOC SAVAGE #2, courtesy of Paul Malmont and artist Howard Porter, hits 5/12.
Well, that was a doozy of an issue, wasn’t it? The final page of BATMAN AND ROBIN #12 not only capped off an exciting run of issues by writer Grant Morrison and artist Andy Clarke, but also marked the return of a long-missed and unexpected character. Did you have any inkling it was…oh, wait. You haven’t read the issue yet? Yeesh. Well, hop to it, then!
It’s the Battle for Mars, courtesy of writers Sterling Gates, James Robinson and artist Eduardo Pansica. With Superman having left the Kryptonian military to try and stop the war, General Zod needs to find a new Commander El – Superman’s cousin Supergirl.
THE WAR OF THE SUPERMEN #2 hits 5/12.