Good morning, Source readers. We’re slowly getting acclimated to this west coast time business and getting down to, well, business here at San Diego Comic Con. First up on the agenda is the SUPERMAN: TWO WORLDS panel, which kicks off in a few minutes.
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How great was the first Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III issue of DETECTIVE COMICS? Wonderful characterization, beautiful, mind-blowing art and a frightening new villain in Gotham. Well, there’s more.
Well, we’re three weeks into the wonderful WEDNESDAY COMICS series, and reactions have been, well, spectacular. And here at The Source, we want to hear from you, the WC reader. What strip did you like last week? Which one is in the lead overall? What are some of your favorite moments so far? Let us know.
Writer Eric Wallace and artist Fabrizio Fiorentino continue to bring their A-game to FINAL CRISIS AFTERMATH: INK with the latest issue, as the Tattooed Man finds his family in trouble, his powers on the fritz and his city looking to him desperately for help before it goes up in flames. Too bad TM is occupied getting his face bashed in by a couple of new villains to do much about it.
Following up after the status-altering events of WONDER WOMAN #33, writer Gail Simone and artist Aaron Lopresti kick off the two-part “Birds of Paradise” story, which finds Wonder Woman teaming up with Ollie Queen’s significant other, Black Canary, for an undercover caper that finds the duo rubbing elbows with some of the worst villains the DCU.