There's no arguing that artist Kalman Andrasofzsky is one talented guy. So why not take a look at some of his more recent work? Specifically, his covers on R.E.B.E.L.S.? We swung by Editor Brian Cunningham's office to get the lowdown. Take it away, Brian:
Ooh, look! Sun! I’d forgotten what that looks like. Neat. Today is a bit of a mad scramble (what else is new?). We’re wrapping up the lettering on ACTION COMICS #879, which means a lot of emailing back and forth with letterer Rob Leigh. He’s come up with what I think will be a stronger method for the English subtitles to all the crazy Kryptonian speak going on in the book.
Happy Friday, Source readers. It's been a busy week here at DCU headquarters, as usual. So why not head into the weekend with some cool pages? Fair enough. FINAL CRISIS AFTERMATH: RUN! #3 shows off everything you've come to love from the series: beatings, fire, explosions, guns, mean-spirited humor, stupid costumes and even stupider people. All this plus the Human Flame gets a new lady.
It's hard to wait, isn't it? Fear not, Source readers. The first issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE will be in your hands in a few short days. By now, you've probably seen the preview, so what else could we tease before the issue hits?
How about the cover to #4, by artist Mauro Cascioli?
Let's start off Monday with a laugh, eh?
This is one of those instances where you let the pictures do the talking.
Heard the big news from last week? Well, we announced the new creative team for JUSTICE LEAGUE. Specifically, writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley. But before Bagley -- who just wrapped up a historic run on the weekly TRINITY series -- steps aboard JUSTICE LEAGUE, he's got a three-issue arc on BATMAN, pairing him with writer Judd Winick.