Things continue to heat up on the BRIGHTEST DAY side of things, as the Hawks cross paths with the Star Sapphires, Max Lord’s plans continue to come together and “New Guardians” concludes. But don’t take my word for it. Click below for the full scoop on what’s coming down the pike in January.
It’s that time again, where we peek ahead to three months from now to tease what’s coming up in the Batman books. You’ve read about BATMAN: EUROPA and the BATMAN BEYOND ongoing series already, but we’ve got a few surprises in store, including an amazing David Finch Batman image, more info on “The Black Mirror” and more.
We’re excited and honored to break the news today that ongoing GREEN ARROW and TEEN TITANS writer J.T. Krul has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics.
I interrupt my usual DC Nation-ness to bring you, the DC Comics reader, a very important announcement: The comics shipping this month are freaking awesome!
BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME kicks off here as Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne rush to quash a damaging news item that could threaten the secret identities of the entire Bat-family. And as if that weren't enough to occupy their time, their father figure, Bruce Wayne, has returned.
BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME: BATMAN AND ROBIN also hits today.
This coming January, you’ll notice something unique about the cover treatments for DCU titles hitting that month.
Here, let me show you a few.
Wait. I am. I should be there – or well on my way – by the time you read this post.
What am I doing in SF? Resting. Eating. Going to BoucherCon and APE. Apparently, I go to conventions even while on vacation.
Writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Eddy Barrows continue to chronicle Superman’s story as he walks across America – bringing the Man of Steel closer to the people of his adopted planet than ever before. In this issue, Superman visits Cincinnati and its surrounding areas, while also featuring a special cameo from a certain Dark Knight, which we’ve spotlighted for you here.
We’ve got a duo of BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME previews for you today. Kicking off the pair is BATGIRL, from regular writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Pere Perez. With the return of Bruce Wayne, could Stephanie Brown’s short tenure as Batgirl be over? Or will his homecoming bode well for her?
BRUCE WAYNE – THE ROAD HOME: BATGIRL hits today.