Writer Matthew Sturges and artist Freddie E. Williams II lift the curtain on this issue, as the All-Stars are on the trail of the villains who've kidnapped one of their own while internal turmoil creates drama in the ranks. And after what went down in the JSA ANNUAL this month, can Magog have much time left on the team?
Why stop at two, huh?
On Friday, we slammed the week shut with the debut of the cover to BATMAN: RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #2, but there are a few more jaw-droppingly gorgeous "Batmen" waiting for some blog time, so why hold off on the Andy Kubert goodness?
Writer/artist Tony Daniel continues to pit Batman against the Black Mask in his latest BATMAN issue. While trapped in the crime lord's headquarters, The Dark Knight must find a way to escape before all of Gotham City falls prey to the Mask's lethal toxins.
Do the two teams survive? What's Manhunter got to do with it? Find out in SECRET SIX #18, which hits 2/10.
Writers Greg Rucka and Eric Trautmann spotlight Nightwing and Flamebird's continued hunt for Zod's deadly sleeper agents in ACTION COMICS #$886, hitting 2/10.
The situation is dire as Batgirl and Robin must venture into Devil's Square in an attempt to save Batman before Roulette's "most dangerous game" turns deadly, courtesy of writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Lee Garbett. BATGIRL #7 hits 2/10.
Legendary LEGION writer Paul Levitz goes back to the future to reunite with the characters he helped define in an all-new space adventure, teaming him with rising star artist Yildiray Cinar. Heroes return. A planet will be in ruins and old friends will be reunited. All in one issue? Yup.
One of the many things I've learned while blogging here at THE SOURCE is knowing when to step aside and let the creative minds behind our books do the talking. This is one of those times.