The aftermath of the JLA/JSA crossover hits

Obsidian at long last reunites with his father Alan Scott after the intense madness of the recent JLA/JSA crossover as both come to terms with what their family has just been through. Can these two heroes pick up the pieces and move on after the devastation they've just survived? Guest writer James Robinson pens the tale, with artist Jesus Merino. JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #43 hits 9/29. [gallery link="file"]

Your Brightest Day solicitations for December

We’ve got a full rundown of the BRIGHTEST DAY books shipping in December, including a few clues into the origin of a certain Black Manta. Click below for more. bday16 BRIGHTEST DAY #15-16 Written by GEOFF JOHNS & PETER J. TOMASI Art by IVAN REIS, PAT GLEASON, ARDIAN SYAF, SCOTT CLARK and JOE PRADO Covers by DAVID FINCH & SCOTT WILLIAMS

'The ‘Dark Things’ continues in JSA #42

In part 4 of the JLA/JSA crossover, everything's going dark for the two greatest Super Hero teams in all of comics as the Starheart makes its final bid to obliterate the good in Green Lantern's life – and all of reality – forcing both teams to seek help from an unlikely ally. JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #42, courtesy of James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley, hits today. [gallery link="file"]

BRIGHTEST DAY solicits for November

I’ve got three words for you, folks: White Lantern Batman. What does it mean? Well, I can tell you it’s a David Finch cover. Click below for the full rundown of BRIGHTEST DAY books for November. bday_cv13 BRIGHTEST DAY #13-14 Written by GEOFF JOHNS & PETER J. TOMASI Art by IVAN REIS, PAT GLEASON, ARDIAN SYAF, SCOTT CLARK and JOE PRADO

Get a first look at JLA/THE 99 #1

Not long ago, we unveiled the news that the Justice League would be teaming with the international heroes of Teshkeel Comics’ THE 99 series to face off against a globe-spanning threat – cool, huh? Well, now we have a first look at the cover, from artist Felipe Massafera. The first issue of the six-issue mini-series, from writers Stuart Moore and Fabian Nicieza with art by Tom Derenick hits in October. Enjoy.

A few variants for Wednesday

There’s always a ton of amazing artwork funneling through the halls here at DC, and it’s fun to stop and showcase a number of the cool variants that will be featured on the cover of upcoming books. So, for you perusal, here are the covers to BATMAN: THE WIDENING GYRE #5 by Gene Ha, GREEN LANTERN #56 by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #47 by Alex Garner, GREEN LANTERN CORPS #50 by Patrick Gleason and a double-shot of JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #6, with covers by Cliff Chiang and Kevin Maguire. [gallery]

The JLA/JSA crossover starts now

The return of one hero heralds the release of the powerful Starheart, which empowers Green Lantern Alan Scott. Now, with this chaotic energy unleashed on Earth, magic has gone wild and new metahumans are emerging. Definitely more than one super-team can handle, even the famed Justice Society of America. But can even the combined efforts of the JSA and the Justice League of America contain the light and dark power wielded by one of their own? The five-part crossover event by writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley aims to answer these questions and more.

Close out the week with another open thread: Favorite DC storyline?

Did you think we’d stop at just one? We liked the idea of polling creators on their favorite covers so much – and based on their response, they liked it, too – we decided to expand the question a bit: What’s your favorite DC Comics storyline of all time? So, Source readers, let your wheels start turning. What’s that one issue, storyline, etc. that stands above and beyond the others as your favorite DC Comics storyline? I know what mine is. Share yours in the comments below.

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