Grant Morrison's can't-miss Batman story rolls on as Bruce Wayne's next stop on his amazing journey through time brings him to the Wild West – but will he escape alive? Artist Georges Jeanty joins Morrison to take The Dark Knight on a ride.
Lex's quest for power - specifically, the power wielded by the Black Lantern ring -- continues, as writer Paul Cornell and artist Pete Woods' second issue ups the ante for the villainous star. Buckle in for a greatest hits tour of the DCU's most wanted as Lex Luthor continues his epic hunt, with covers by superstar artist David Finch.
It’s early afternoon in lovely San Diego and we’re almost at the halfway point of the show, but don’t let that fool you into thinking we’re done making news. In fact, we’ve got two images to get your mind whirring as you head into Room 6A for the DC.
After the BLACKEST NIGHT comes the BRIGHTEST DAY for not only the GREEN LANTERN corner of things, but the entire DCU. You won’t want to miss this all-encompassing GL panel, featuring Geoff Johns, Tony Bedard, Joe Prado and Ivan Reis, led by Group Editor Eddie Berganza. What can fans sitting in Room 6A expect, GLC writer Tony Bedard?
It’s Sunday at Comic-Con and we’re in the final lap of what’s been an epic, fun and unforgettable show. So slide into a chair and get comfy, as DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee get the ball rolling on what promises to be a relaxing Sunday conversation. Got a burning question? Now’s your chance to ask Dan and Jim.
Art, Franco – your panel in Room 4 has just started! What’s in store?
Art: “Aw Yeah Kids Panel!Find out whats been Rockin' the DC Kids Universe! The cool stuff! The New stuff! and the Secret Stuff!! AND, you get to ask us questions and hear the Famous Cartoonists of the DC Universe...TALK! Join Us for this awesome EVENT! It will enhance our comic book senses!!!!”
The acclaimed writer of SUPERMAN and WONDER WOMAN sits down with fans for a candid discussion about his upcoming work and his career in comics, movies and television.
But the fun doesn’t stop there. How about an awesome piece of never-before-seen art? We’ve got a first look at a key page from this month’s WONDER WOMAN #601, by artist Don Kramer.