Through the Mists: Neil Gaiman Revisits The Sandman
The Valley of the Shadow of Death
Gearing up to the conclusion of BRIGHTEST DAY, GREEN ARROW #10 is packed with major reveals. Mystery of the Star Forest? Disclosed. Galahad’s origins? Divulged. Oliver Queen’s role in Star City? Determined. Find out all these answers in GREEN ARROW #10, written by J.T.
New hero Solstice teams up with the Teen Titans
A distress call from Wonder Girl's mother leads the Teen Titans to a far-off archeological dig, where they meet an enigmatic new superhero named Solstice. Can the Titans help her find her missing parents, and discover what long-buried evil ties together a series of mysterious disappearances?
New covers for Batman: The Dark Knight, The Flash, Justice League: Generation Lost, Wonder Woman, and Zatanna
We've got lots of exciting new covers to debut today. First up, Andy Clarke's variant cover for BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #3 pits Batman against Ragman and Demon.
First look at Booster Gold and Blue Beetle in Smallville
TV Guide has the exclusive first look at Booster Gold and Blue Beetle as they appear in the April 22nd episode of SMALLVILLE written by Geoff Johns. Geoff Johns describes Smallville's Booster Gold to TV Guide:
"Where we go in the book will surprise some people"—Geoff Johns on AQUAMAN
Geoff Johns announced over the weekend at MegaCon in Orlando that he’ll be writing a new AQUAMAN ongoing series, spinning out of the events of BRIGHTEST DAY. Today, NEWSARAMA has the first interview on the upcoming ongoing series, with Geoff explaining, "I really want to find Aquaman's place in the DC Universe, but then also explore what he means within the rest of that world."
Zatanna Gets "Unstrung"
Last we saw Zatanna, Oscar Hempel reversed the curse her father had put on him and had instead turned our leading lady into a marionette. With the help of an old friend, Zatanna must regain control of her powers, body, and mind in order to save herself from being locked away in a glass display case – and exact revenge on the man who tried to imprison her for all eternity.
From the Editor's Desk: Brian Cunningham on War of the Green Lanterns
When I was recently handed the editorial reins to GREEN LANTERN, GREEN LANTERN CORPS and GREEN LANTERN: EMERALD WARRIORS, it felt admittedly daunting. I was coming on board just as all three titles raced into the massive crossover story, “War of the Green Lanterns.” It was an intimidating prospect.
"Zombie superheroes brought to life by the Black Lanterns. Soooooo metal!"
“Zombie superheroes brought to life by the Black Lanterns. Soooooo metal!”
New Superman film finds its Lois Lane, Adam Hughes covers Action Comics #900 and more Superman news