We’ve now seen them but what are the Entities that power "The New Guardians"? Does this variant cover hold any answers, courtesy of artist Alex Garner, who did the ACTION COMICS variant we posted not long ago.
Wait, you want more info? No problem. We visited with GREEN LANTERN editor Eddie Berganza for the scoop. Take it away, Eddie:
The WAR OF THE SUPERMEN is almost here, but before the battle begins, the LAST STAND OF NEW KRYPTON has to happen. When? Today, of course. Courtesy of writers James Robinson and Sterling Gates and artist Pete Woods.
And what a pair of covers. For your viewing pleasure, here's a first look at David Finch's cover to BRIGHTEST DAY #1, along with Tony Harris' take on the second issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST. Good way to kick off the day, no doubt.
As if he weren’t busy enough with his duties as Co-Publisher of DC Comics, our very own Dan DiDio is a constant presence at cons across the country and around the globe. From time to time, we’ll get a note from Dan with a photo of him and some of our great fans, so we thought it’d be nice to give a few of those dedicated, costume-wearing readers a little time under The Source’s spotlight.
Who is the Domino Killer? And, more importantly, will the Dynamic Duo find their way out of the "Batman vs. Robin" story arc from writer Grant Morrison and artist Andy Clarke? Your questions are answered, plus a surprising return. What more could you ask for?
BATMAN AND ROBIN #12 hits 5/5.
Before Captain Atom can move into the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST, he has some business to take care of. Specifically, in his co-feature, which has been running in the pages of ACTION COMICS in recent months, courtesy of writer James Robinson and artist CAFU.
If you weren't excited enough about next month's LEGION series, courtesy of writer Paul Levitz and artist Yildiray Cinar, then we have just the thing to tip the scales -- a variant cover by DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee. But you don't want to read what I have to say about it. Let's get to the goods, shall we?
Continuing the story that exploded in the pages of CRY FOR JUSTICE, writer J.T. Krul and artist Geraldo Borges continue Roy Harper's story, as he discovers that getting a new arm doesn't make him whole again. He's also forced to deal with Green Arrow's shocking revelation from JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE RISE AND FALL SPECIAL #1.