Seems like people like Gotham's newest citizen, huh?
DETECTIVE COMICS #854, by writer Greg Rucka and artist J.H. Williams III, has sold and is going back to press for a new, second printing. As most of you know, DETECTIVE COMICS also features a snazzy co-feature by Rucka, with art by Cully Hamner.
Tomorrow marks the launch of WEDNESDAY COMICS, one of the most-anticipated projects to come out of the DCU in quite some time. Featuring an all-star cast of creators gathered by DC Art Direct Mark Chiarello, the project is an impressive collection of work from the best and brightest the industry has to offer, featuring some of your favorite characters.
It's become something of a tradition here at The Source to start the week with some news, and we've got a nice bit here, with more to come later this week.
My magic blogging eight-ball just said “Blogging Will Be Light,” so I’m going with that. Oh, and it’s a holiday weekend. So, yes. This’ll be it for today. But, we bring you some more fun news from the DCU editorial gang. Specifically, TITANS editor Brian Cunningham. What say you, BC?:
“When is Tempest coming back?”
Plane ticket? Check. Hotel? Check. To-Do list? Enter The Source.
Because, believe it or not, San Diego Comic-Con is only a few short weeks away, we think it'd be downright cruel for us to not tell you what we've got planned at the show on the DCU front. So, without further ado, here's our panel schedule:
Being such faithful Source readers, I have no doubt you all saw our initial Red Tornado news.
Hope everyone had a nice holiday weekend. Got your fill of BBQ'd foodage, fireworks and patriotism? We sure did. And while it's hard to pry yourself away from lazing around, we've got some images that might make avoiding a case of the Mondays that much easier.
There's a new Batman in Gotham, but does that mean Gotham City wants him around? As Two-Face and Penguin take measures to keep the new hero at bay, one of the villains makes a startling new discovery about Dick Grayson. This issue kicks off a four-issue arc from writer Judd Winick and artist Mark Bagley, and we have a few pages for your perusal.
Since the DC offices -- and, in turn, The Source -- will be closed tomorrow celebrating the Fourth, we thought it'd be nice to end the week with a bit of cool news.