The GENERATION LOST crew are in desperate need of a morale Boost

Following the loss of Blue Beetle, the JLI faces their darkest hour in JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #21. Captain Atom is still haunted by the thousands that died in Chicago, and now Booster has lost confidence in their mission just as it begins to approach its climax. If only something could jolt them back into action... JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #21 is on sale today in comic shops and in our digital store.

GREEN LANTERN Prequels To Be Published this May

Written by the creative talents behind the highly anticipated motion picture, these exclusive one-shots tell the tales of the movie characters before the events of the film. What were Hal Jordan, Sinestro, Kilowog, Abin Sur and The Guardians all doing before the curtains rise on June 17? greenlantern_prequels2

The aftershocks of 'Codename: Patriot' continue in SUPERMAN #692

Writer James Robinson teams up with artist Fernando Dagnino as tragedy strikes in the aftermath of "Codename: Patriot," with Metropolis burying own of its own. With a man down, the Science Police are on their own when it comes to stopping a gang of Super-Villains from stealing a formerly common commodity that has suddenly risen in value. Intrigued? Well, good. Scroll down for a few pages from SUPERMAN #692, which hits 9/30. [gallery link="file"]

Get a glimpse at Supergirl's double life in SUPERGIRL ANNUAL #1

Happy Monday, Source readers. To ease you into the work week and to avoid a case of the Mondays, we've got some pages from SUPERGIRL ANNUAL #1, from writer Sterling Gates and artist Fernando Dagnino. As faithful SUPERGIRL readers know, in SUPERGIRL #34 the Girl of Steel adopted the new secret identity of Linda Lang. But how long until someone finds out her secret? Find out with this issue, as Gates and Dagnino chronicle Supergirl's initial attempt to live a double life in "Linda Lang: Day One." SUPERGIRL ANNUAL #1 hits 9/2.

On sale tomorrow: ACTION COMICS #879

So far, Nightwing and Flamebird's attempts at apprehending Zod's sleeper agents have worked out pretty well. But enter Az-Rel and Nadira Va-Dim, and we've got problems. The "Bonnie and Clyde of Krypton" have turned the tables on our new heroes, and the race to prevent an all-out war with New Krypton may be over before it's even begun. Written by Greg Rucka , with art by Fernando Dagnino and Raul Fernandez, this issue also includes the first installment of the CAPTAIN ATOM co-feature, from Rucka, co-writer James Robinson and artist CAFU. Check out a few pages from the lead story below.

Renato Guedes tackles covers for ACTION, SUPERMAN and SUPERGIRL annuals

You may have noticed a trend here at The Source. We like to show cool art once it appears in our inbox. SUPERMAN Group Editor Matt Idelson and his assistant Wil Moss, coincidentally, like to forward us cool art. It works out nicely. So, to close out this Monday, we've got three covers from SUPERMAN artist Renato Guedes. The covers, for ACTION COMICS ANNUAL, SUPERMAN ANNUAL and SUPERGIRL form a loose triptych image. What's better than a Guedes image? Well, three.

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