We’ve got a simple good news/bad news situation for you all this morning.
Bad news: Artist Cameron Stewart won’t be handling the art chores on the fourth issue of BATMAN: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE. We’ll have more Cameron news, however, in the coming months, so — as usual — keep it locked here at The Source. So, wait. That’s not bad news at all.
This June, writer Judd Winick and artist Pablo Raimondi join forces to reveal the origins of the Red Hood in RED HOOD: LOST DAYS #1, a six-issue mini-series that spotlights an angry young man’s transformation into one of Batman’s deadliest foes.
What happened after that Firestorm-induced lab explosion? What are the Hawks on the brink of discovering? And what’s that White Lantern doing in New Mexico?
Find some questions answered and new ones raised in BRIGHEST DAY #3, courtesy of Johns, Tomasi, Reis, Syaf, Clark, Gleason and Finch.
Hey Source readers. As most of you know, today is Memorial Day, a time to think back on those brave men and women who gave their lives serving in our armed forces. While we won’t have any new posts today, we ask that you take a moment to reflect on the many heroic individuals who bravely fought for the nation.
Mr. Terrific gathers the ragged remains of the Justice Society in a last-ditch attack on the Fourth Reich, and their power-negating Darkness Engine. If they fail this time, there's no coming back from the devastation, courtesy of writer Bill Willingham and artist Jesus Merino.
JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #39 hits 6/2.
New regular writer Fabian Nicieza joins forces with artist Marcus To as a surge of organized mobs begin to spread across Gotham. Who are the Socials and what is their agenda? Plus, an unexpected throwdown between Red Robin and Robin.
RED ROBIN #13 hits tomorrow.
That’s right — starting later this year, J.T. Krul will step in to chronicle the adventures of the DCU’s premiere teen team.
But what can readers expect? We cornered the writer for a quick comment. Take it away, J.T.:
Not long ago, we unveiled artist John Cassaday’s lovely reinterpretation of SUPERMAN #1, as part of our DC 75th anniversary celebration. Earlier still, we confirmed that John was going to be the regular cover artist on SUPERMAN, accompanying the work of writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Eddy Barrows.
So, that implies we’ll have more SUPERMAN Cassaday artwork, right? Correct.
The DC offices are closed today, so posting will be light. And, I should be well on my ways to a few days of rest in the Florida Keys as you read this. But we do have one cool bit of news for you to carry you through this Memorial Day weekend.
I wouldn’t say we’ve saved the best for last. With a project like WEDNESDAY COMICS, every strip was loaded with so much energy and talent, it’s hard to pick your favorite. On sheer numbers alone, though, this posts definitely ends out weeklong spotlight with a bang.