Well, we’re finally here. The announcement so many have been waiting for – and a few of us have been waiting anxiously to make. I’m very happy to present the new leadership team for DC Entertainment, including our new Co-Publishers of DC Comics!
Jim Lee and Dan DiDio Named Co-Publishers DC Comics
Geoff Johns to Serve as Chief Creative Officer
John Rood Named EVP, Sales, Marketing and Business Development
Patrick Caldon Named EVP, Finance and Administration
Writer Grant Morrison and artist Cameron Stewart conclude their epic tale, and with only months under his belt as Batman, will Dick Grayson faces perhaps the biggest threat of his life? In hopes of attaining his heart's desire, has Dick instead unleashed a terror the likes of which the world has never seen?
We’ve gotten a kick reading the great work writers Eric Trautmann, Brandon Jerwa, John Rozum, Matthew Sturges and all involved have done in the pages of THE SHIELD and THE WEB – so what else is in store for the Red Circle heroes?
Saying today was busy would be an understatement, gang, but it was worth it. Tons of cool news to get you through the weekend. But why stop there? Click below and get the full list of BRIGHTEST DAY solicits hitting in May. We've saved a few surprises for you. Enjoy.
If there’s one book that just screams “fun,” it’s TINY TITANS. The book bristles with the pure energy and joy creators Art Balthazar and Franco pour into the book each month.
Before ‘The 100-Minute War’ kicks off in THE WAR OF THE SUPERMEN, writers James Robinson and Sterling Gates warm up the guns of war in THE LAST STAND OF NEW KRYPTON. What better way to warm up for the super-event than by taking a look at artist Marcos Marz’s variant for the first issue?
James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley present a team reeling from the events of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, as a member is tended to after the horrific events of the mini-series. And, will the new Batman join the ranks of the team? Or does he have more pressing issues in Gotham?
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #42 hits 2/17.
Before we get down to business, let's take a look at that amazing David Finch BRIGHTEST DAY cover one more time, shall we?