I know what scares me. But that’s not relevant. What is? How about what scares the master of horror, Stephen King? Monsters? Long lines in the grocery store? Vampires?
The Freedom Fighters face the ancient threat of the Renegades, whose magic may be too much for the heroes to overcome. Has the Lost America conquered the Living America? Only Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti know, but we’ve got some clues from the second issue featuring the art of Travis Moore to help you along.
FREEDOM FIGHTERS #2 hits tomorrow.
Black Manta vs. Aquaman!
The return of Deathstorm!
And a double-page spread that will make your jaw drop. Twice.
All courtesy of writers Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi and the all star artistic team of Reis, Gleason, Clark and Prado.
BRIGHTEST DAY #11 hits Wednesday.
It's Scandal's Secret Six vs. Bane's Secret Six in the savage secret world of Skartaris, courtesy of writer Gail Simone and artist J. Calafiore. But who is manipulating the two teams, and who has vowed to track them both down?
SECRET SIX #26 hits 10/6.
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Greetings, DC Nation! It is my pleasure to let you know that it's time for another amazing entry in the DCU animated original movie library.
“Superman/Batman: Apocalypse” is an all-new feature based on the classic Supergirl storyline written by Jeph Loeb and featuring artwork by the great Michael Turner. It’s available on Blu-Ray Combo Pack, movie and for download on 9/28/10.
No one disputes the fact that Batman’s the world’s greatest detective – but can he solve a crime on a timer? Writer James Patrick and artist Steve Scott present a gritty, hardboiled tale of the Dark Knight in this special standalone issue that peeks into the mind of the Batman.
BATMAN: CONFIDENTIAL #49 hits tomorrow.
We swung by SUPERGIRL Assistant Editor Wil Moss’ office last week and got a chance to get a sneak peek at his usually impressive wall of covers, but also at a bit of news. Looks like the hyper-talented Bernard Chang will be returning to the Superman books with a guest spot on SUPERGIRL #57, pairing him with regular writer Sterling Gates.
They say you you can't go back, the past is the past. It isn't always true. When Azzarello and I found out we had the opportunity to add some additional material to our Lex Luthor story, it was like someone gave us the keys to the DeLorean. Although I think we can both look back at Luthor with some pride, there's also a bit of unfinished business there. That is, until now.
First, let me get the obvious out of the way: There’s a ton of exciting stuff happening in the DCU.