King Chimera makes his last-ditch move to save the rest of the team from the grips of the Subtle Realms -- but is it too late for Star Girl and her new suitor? Check out a few pages below, courtesy of Matthew Sturges and Freddie E Williams II for a hint or two.
JSA ALL-STARS #6 hits 5/5.
This is it. The Battle for New Krypton, from the powerful writing team of James Robinson and Sterling Gates and artist Jamal Igle. General Zod has been waiting for another chance to watch Earth go boom for some time now, and with 100,000 supermen at his disposal, it looks like the odds are in his favor. Well, not if General Lane has any say.
Writer Chris Yost closes out his run on the series with an issue that serves as the culmination of a year's worth of mystery, intrigue and Red Robin heroics. Who will win in a battle between Tim Drake and Ra's al Ghul? Who has Ra's been talking to all this time in the shadows? Why was Lucius Fox desperate to find Tim? And what made Tim so sure Bruce Wayne was alive way back in Red Robin #1?
The WAR OF THE SUPERMEN is almost here, but before the battle begins, the LAST STAND OF NEW KRYPTON has to happen. When? Today, of course. Courtesy of writers James Robinson and Sterling Gates and artist Pete Woods.
We’ve now seen them but what are the Entities that power "The New Guardians"? Does this variant cover hold any answers, courtesy of artist Alex Garner, who did the ACTION COMICS variant we posted not long ago.
Wait, you want more info? No problem. We visited with GREEN LANTERN editor Eddie Berganza for the scoop. Take it away, Eddie:
Who is the Domino Killer? And, more importantly, will the Dynamic Duo find their way out of the "Batman vs. Robin" story arc from writer Grant Morrison and artist Andy Clarke? Your questions are answered, plus a surprising return. What more could you ask for?
BATMAN AND ROBIN #12 hits 5/5.
Before Captain Atom can move into the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST, he has some business to take care of. Specifically, in his co-feature, which has been running in the pages of ACTION COMICS in recent months, courtesy of writer James Robinson and artist CAFU.