Robin 101: One Name, Many Heroes
Two Covers for Your Viewing Pleasure
What’s Tuesday without some covers to gaze upon? First, Green Arrow faces down a fiery Etrigan in the stunning standard cover for GREEN ARROW #9, by Rodolfo Migliari. Then, Max Lord literally has the members of the reformed Justice League International in the palm of his hand, in this homage to the classic JLA cover in JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #20, by the incomparable Kevin MaGuire.
Just how tough is a Huntsman Deity?
I'd say any monster that can hold its own against both Wonder Woman and Philippus in a fight isn't one you can easily ignore - especially if it barely bats an eye when you chop off an antler with a sword. WONDER WOMAN #606 is on sale tomorrow. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
Writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Scott Kolins are working on a big canvas with their "Supertown" storyline. Issue 47 sees events play out in Gotham City and Jacksonville, FL and features appearances by Manhunter and Blue Devil and a sinister development with the appropriately named Dr. Chaos. The JSA is already reeling from recent events. Can the team survive what happens next?
Cliff Chiang talks about drawing Zatanna (and a sneak peek at an epic puppet battle)
Next week's ZATANNA #9 is part 2 of Paul Dini's "Pupaphobia" story arc - with art duties covered by the always-terrific Cliff Chiang. Cliff shared a few words with The Source about his experience working with Paul Dini on the Zatanna comic:
J.G. Jones to write DOC SAVAGE starting in April
April's DOC SAVAGE #13 kicks off a six-issue story arc written by extraordinary artist (and Doc Savage fan) J.G. Jones, whom DCU readers will recognize from his outstanding cover work on Final Crisis, 52, Wonder Woman and of course Doc Savage and First Wave.
Two great villains in a meeting of minds...
We've shown a tiny bit of Action Comics #897's Lex Luthor / Joker match-up, but the issue's just too good not to share more of it in advance. That Paul Cornell and Pete Woods are able to capture everything we love about these two deranged villains so well in a single scene really speaks wonders about just how great they've been on this book.
Dustin Nguyen covers BATMAN BEYOND #4
Someone's cracked the secret identity of the aging Dick Grayson in BATMAN BEYOND #4, and it's up to Terry McGinnis to keep that secret from leaking out any further. If that weren't a difficult enough task already, it seems like Dick has a few ideas about how he can take care of himself. Check out the cover to April's BATMAN BEYOND #4 by Dustin Nguyen.
FROM THE CO-PUBLISHERS...
As of January 2011, DC Comics titles will no longer carry the Comics Code Authority Seal of Approval. In 2011, DC Comics will employ a rating system consistent with that of the rest of the industry, as well as with our digital releases, which already utilize a rating system.