Over the course of last week, we provided you with a first look at the solicits for the October titles in DC Comics-The New 52. In case you missed it, earlier today THE NEW YORK POST exclusively revealed the cover to ACTION COMICS #1. Below, check out the solicits for the second issues in the Superman group books in DC Comics-The New 52:
San Diego Comic-Con doesn't kick off until this Wednesday, but THE NEW YORK POST gets the convention off to an early start today with their exclusive first look at the cover to ACTION COMICS #1. ACTION COMICS, written by Grant Morrison and illustrated by Rags Morales, is one of the most eagerly anticipated titles of DC Comics – The New 52; the first issue goes on sale September 7.
If you’ve already been to our main website today, you noticed our new page devoted to The New 52. Starting with the “Superman” family and going all the way through the “Young Justice” group, the page is a quick and easy visual guide to the 52 titles we will be publishing this fall beginning with Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 on August 31st. Be sure to keep checking the page for updates throughout the summer.
In the wake of our announcement of a historic line of new #1's within the Batman family, many of you noticed that while several of the titles and characters spun out of the Batman, Inc. storyline, there was no mention of that series itself - but there's a reason for that: Grant Morrison's BATMAN, INCORPORATED series will return with a new issue #1 in early 2012. Grant Morrison had this to say about Batman, Incorporated:
[Editor's note: Grant Morrison provided the below commentary for the bonus material in the new BATMAN AND ROBIN MUST DIE! Hardcover - for more behind-the-scenes material from Grant, Frank Quitely and Frazer Irving, be sure to check out the book, now in stores!] Issue Sixteen This was both mine and Frank Quitely’s finale on the BATMAN AND ROBIN title, and the cover, like so many of the others, had been planned back at the beginning of the run and stayed fairly close to the original intention.