The BRIGHTEST DAY is almost here, and to keep you sated with cool, fresh art, we've got two covers that'll be hitting stores later this month. First up is the variant cover to JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #44, from painter David Mack: And next is a first look at GREEN LANTERN CORPS #47's regular cover, from artist Patrick Gleason:
Greetings DC Nation! Are you ready for WonderCon? We're so ready to go that I took a practice run to the airport this morning and then I held a rehearsal DC Universe panel on the street in front of our offices. We are THAT ready. From April 2-4 we will be at the Moscone Center South in San Francisco and we will be the best prepared comics publisher you have ever seen! You will be in awe of the precision of our details and the smoothness of our delivery.
Well, that was an epic ride, wasn’t it? BLACKEST NIGHT #8 brought the massively popular series to a close, but not without opening some doors for the future. But, let me cut right to the chase: Do not read any further if you haven’t gone to your comic shop and picked up BLACKEST NIGHT #8 yet. Spoiler Warning is definitely up and in effect. Trust me. Go on, I’ll wait here. Back? OK, give it a read. Done? How ‘bout that ending, huh? Bet you weren’t expecting this…
We’ve shown only covers so far from the upcoming BIRDS OF PREY series, coming your way in May from writer Gail Simone and artist Ed Benes. It’s high time to remedy that. Click below for a few black and white pages from the first issue. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]
It's that time again, gang -- where we take a sneak peek at the books heading to your local comic shop in June. First up we have BRIGHTEST DAY and the event's related titles, including JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, TITANS, FLASH and a new launch. Click below for more info. And swing back later for a first look at the BATMAN titles for June as well.
As THE RISE AND FALL continues to rage, we're getting a glimpse of how things will shake down amidst the rubble and tragedy surrounding Star City. Oliver Queen has been branded a murderer by his friends. Roy Harper is facing a shattered and twisted reflection of his past life. The Brightest Day looms -- but what does it mean?
Have you all read BLACKEST NIGHT #7? I'd hope so. If not, step away from your computers and sit down with a copy. I don't mind waiting. Back? Ok, great. How awesome was that last page? Take a moment to collect your thoughts, because we've got a nice bit of news to go with that amazing double-page spread. Ready? With BLACKEST NIGHT #7 on sale today, we're happy to announce a new, White Lantern promotional ring, tying into retailer orders for BRIGHTEST DAY #1. Want one to complete your set? Then make sure to mention this to your local retailer: