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It's been a while since we post something with little context and let the masses discuss. Happy Thursday. We'll have more info on the artistic goodness you see below next week.
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Not sated by just one new BATMAN ongoing by Paul Dini? Well, here's another one: GOTHAM CITY SIRENS, pairing him with the very talented Guillem March to tell a tale involving Catwoman, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, three Gotham City ladies with a new agenda all their own. But can they really get along? Who has to deal with the fallout? Click below for a sampling.
Well, here it is, in case you missed your chance to get a copy, what with #1 selling out and all.
Writer Peter Tomasi and artists Fernando Pasarin and Jeremy Haun continue delving into "The Deep," as the fifth part of their story finds the Outsiders captured with the remaining members on the run. And as things reach a boiling point for Alfred's band of heroes, Deathstroke discovers he may have a way to increase his already-amazing powers. Check out some pages below.
What is a young man to do when he's handed a death sentence? Experience life as best you can, no? Mon-El deals with his fate by doing just that -- exploring the world and interacting with some of DC's international cast of heroes.
Neither can we. But what to do before the first issue hits? Well, did you know that GREEN LANTERN #43 is a prologue to BLACKEST NIGHT? No? That's a shame.
So, you saw the news, right? Yup, starting 7/8, USA TODAY will be syndicating the SUPERMAN strip from WEDNESDAY COMICS by writer John Arcudi and artist Lee Bermejo. Cool, huh? We think so.