TITANS #14 takes a closer look at Vic Stone, otherwise known as Cyborg. But what else is going on in the issue, from writer Eric Wallace and artist Mike Shoyket? We check in with TITANS Editor Brian Cunningham -- along with some pages from the issue, to boot. Take it away, Brian:
For the first time in his life, the Tattooed Man feels like a hero. After his turn for the side of good during FINAL CRISIS, the former villain finds himself with a new lifestyle and a welcome change from what he previously knew. But soon the pressure to stay away from his old haunts and temptations start to wear on him. Writer Eric Wallace and artist Fabrizio Fiorentino present a tale of a man's struggle with redemption -- and his own powers. Check out a back of pages below.
FINAL CRISIS AFTERMATH: INK #1 hits on 5/27.
Hey everybody – Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler here. It’s almost hard to put into words how excited I am right now. I’m not talking about winning the championship in my fantasy basketball league -- and that was pretty awesome. I’m not talking about the huge sandwich I had for lunch that was totally killer. I’m not even talking about my copy of Van Halen that I found last night, which is an all-time classic. No, I’m excited because working at DC Comics right now is amazing! We’re close to the end of Battle for the Cowl and a Batman event in June that’s going to change everything. The
Fame can quickly get to your head, and when you're an ex-con coasting on a sudden rush of popularity, it's hard to deal with the harsh realities of life. So learns the Tattooed Man. Flush from his flirtation with being a good guy after FINAL CRISIS, the former villain returns home to be welcomed as a hero. But being a hero and thinking you're one are very different things.