Robin 101: One Name, Many Heroes
Batwoman Takes Flight with New Series - check out a preview of the first issue!
Haven’t made it to the comic shop yet today? Fret not! For those of you who won’t haven’t seen the special sneak preview of BATWOMAN #1 that’s running in the back of today’s issues, you can see it here!
The GENERATION LOST crew are in desperate need of a morale Boost
Following the loss of Blue Beetle, the JLI faces their darkest hour in JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #21. Captain Atom is still haunted by the thousands that died in Chicago, and now Booster has lost confidence in their mission just as it begins to approach its climax. If only something could jolt them back into action...
The Birth of Slipstream
With the introduction of Slipstream, a new super-speedster enemy, the war against Batgirl is only just getting started. Has the newly appointed representative of Batman Incorporated finally met her match?
Jailhouse Blues (and Golds)
So, Rip Hunter convinced Booster to go to the 25th century and stand trial for stealing the equipment that he used to become a superhero. The verdict? Guilty!
To Fly or to Run?
Upon finding herself in a destroyed Amazon safe house, Diana finds her mother’s old shield. But will that be enough to protect herself from Cheetah and the enigmatic Morrigan? Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Phil Hester and with art by Geraldo Borges and Marlo Alquiza, WONDER WOMAN #608 hits stands tomorrow.
Batman calls duende “the fierce lust for life that we feel and express when we know death is near.” In BATMAN INCORPORATED issue 3, the Dark Knight heads to the heart of South America as he attempts to reconnect with Batman Incorporated’s Argentinean representative, Gaucho. The issue goes on sale this Wednesday and has it all:
Eric Wallace discusses the past and future of TITANS and Deathstroke
With the upcoming “Broken Promises” storyline, the TITANS are about to experience a time of change, and surprisingly the biggest change is coming to its leader Slade Wilson, a.k.a. Deathstroke. With some insight into Slade and the TITANS’ transformation, is series writer Eric Wallace.
Kenneth Rocafort covers ACTION #902
There are few better ways to start a workday than by posting a killer Action Comics cover. This one comes from the incredibly talented Kenneth Rocafort, whose issue #901 cover we showed off here a while back, and will be joining Paul Cornell to handle art duties on the series starting in ACTION COMICS #900.
FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: Whatever Happened to the World's Greatest Super Villains?