Lighting the Way: Green Lantern Alan Scott
That was the Night it all changed in Gotham
BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #20 on sale March 2 delves deeper into Dr. Death's golden age altercations with Thomas and Martha Wayne and feature a beautiful homage to the cover of DETECTIVE COMICS #29 drawn by Bob Kane. Check it out below! [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
The BIRDS have found their prey
The Birds go on the offensive in the thrilling conclusion of "The Death of Oracle" story. How will Gotham function without their master infojock - and the Birds of Prey continue without their leader? Find out in BIRDS OF PREY #10, on sale March 9th. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
Palmiotti, Gray and Bernet, Part One
One of the most interesting parts of this gig is that I get to talk with many of the writers and artists whose careers I follow. The very best part? When one of my favorite creators recommends someone's work that I haven't yet discovered.
FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: A Q&A with artist Andy Kubert
Robin vs. Red Robin! J.T. Krul breaks down Damian Wayne and Tim Drake
They both carry the Robin namesake, but Damian Wayne and Tim Drake have very different ways of doing things. So different, that when they cross paths in the upcoming RED ROBIN / TEEN TITANS crossover, things are sure to get interesting.
New variants for the week
We have some nice art to help you get through the midweek slump. First up, the cover to THE FLASH #10 by the incredible Francis Manapul followed by the variant of GREEN LANTERN CORPS #58 by Tyler Kirkham. Next up are both JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #22 covers. The standard is by Dustin Nguyen and the variant by Kevin Maguire.
Can Power Girl make Batman remember Max Lord?
Max Lord pulled off the ultimate disappearing act by wiping the memory of his existence from everyone's minds - everyone, that is, except the JLI. They're going to need some help to blow Max Lord's cover, but how can Power Girl recruit Batman to the cause when he doesn't even believe Max Lord exists?