There are times when writing about the events in a comic book that one can’t say too much for fear of spoiling the story. Such is the case with JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST issue 22, written by Judd Winick and with art by Joe Bennett, Jack Jadson, & Ruy Jose, available in comic book stores and digitally today.
Before we roll into the full list of BRIGHTEST DAY solicits, we thought this merited a mention. Heck, the name alone gave us pause. “Aquawar”? As BRIGHTEST DAY barrels toward its grand finale, things heat up for one of the main protagonists and his supporting cast — it’s too early to get into details, but how about a look at the cover to February’s BRIGHTEST DAY #19 and the other key BRIGHTEST DAY titles and a few more clues below?
The DC Universe has a long and storied history, touching upon a myriad number of characters and teams, not to mention the company’s rich creative history. So why not take a moment and look back at some of these issues? Welcome to DC COMICS PRESENTS – a series of one-shots and specials geared to do just that. Embracing history and stories that connect with the present day activities of our favorite heroes, villains and creators. Here’s a complete rundown of the DCU titles that will fall under DC COMICS PRESENTS:
Things are changing over at Titans Tower, as writer Felicia D. Henderson, also a co-executive producer for the hit TV show 'Fringe', teams up with artist Joe Bennett and an all-star cast of Titans past and present to celebrate the 75th issue of the series, and to usher in a new and fresh take on DC's premier teen team. TEEN TITANS #75 hits 9/30. [gallery link="file"]
Writer Bryan Q. Miller (Smallville), who’ll be kicking off the new BATGIRL series in no time, continues his jaunt through the Teen Titans world, as the team tries to rescue Wonder Girl from the new Fearsome Five, as the Calculator enacts his revenge on the team for not protecting his daughter. Plus, writer Sean McKeever and artist Yildiray Cinar continue to chronicle the solo adventures of everyone’s favorite one-eyed teen, Ravager, in the issue’s second feature. What more do you need? Preview pages? Sure. Scroll down.
We'll be closing up shop a little early this afternoon. Every now and again we get this thing called a "Summer Friday." Just means we can jet a bit early and enjoy the weekend. I'm all for it. Additionally, the DC offices will be closed on Monday, celebrating Memorial Day. Alas, this means no blogging will be happening. Try not to cry. But, in our continued efforts to keep you entertained, here are a few pages from TEEN TITANS #71. In the aftermath of the "Deathtrap" crossover, the team picks up the pieces as Ravager returns -- but is she friend or foe?