Writer James Robinson and artists Javier Pina and Bernard Chang present the third part of the battle between New Krypton and Brainiac, with Superman trapped on Brainiac’s ship while New Krypton burns. Can Mon-El call upon all the skills he’s gained in the past years to save the Man of Steel? What secret will our heroes learn about Brainiac to turn the tide of battle? No spoilers here, folks.
The final issue of BLACKEST NIGHT hits next week, and with that one of the biggest comic events in recent DCU history concludes. Where that leaves our heroes, and what’s to come is still up in the air.
Last week, we announced that Frazer Irving was going to be handling the art duties on the next arc of BATMAN AND ROBIN. Along with that news we showcased Frazer’s lovely RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #2 variant cover. But what of #1, you ask?
It's that time again, gang -- where we take a sneak peek at the books heading to your local comic shop in June. First up we have BRIGHTEST DAY and the event's related titles, including JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, TITANS, FLASH and a new launch. Click below for more info. And swing back later for a first look at the BATMAN titles for June as well.
Hey gang, just a very quick housekeeping post before we dive into this week’s excitement. Because I’m sure my personal adventures are of great interest to you, just wanted to let you all know I’m on vacation in sunny Miami this week. No worries in regards to The Source — the magic of the Internet allows me to work a few days ahead, so you’ll get your regular dose of DCU news and previews.
Earlier this month, we gave you guys a first look at the inked cover to BLACKEST NIGHT #8, the final issue of writer Geoff Johns and artist Ivan Reis' epic, universe-spanning series. Beautiful stuff, no? Well, if you missed it, no worries, we've got the final, color version right here, for your Friday enjoyment as we head into the final issue of BLACKEST NIGHT.
We hit the ground running with some major news not long ago — announcing that JMS was not only writing SUPERMAN, but WONDER WOMAN as well.
It's been a busy few weeks for Mr. Straczynski, huh?
Didn't think you could get more excited for this new series? Well, you can. Check out superstar artist Tony Harris' amazing variant cover for the first issue of THE FLASH, hitting next month.