Multiple Eisner Award-winning artist Gene Ha will be joining the JUSTICE LEAGUE – not as a team member, but as a special guest illustrator for issue #7. But that's not all that makes #7 so notable; the first issue following the origin story of the World's Greatest Super Heroes, it is also the first story to see the fully formed team in the present day. Who's joined the team? What's changed? And wait, there's more.
JUSTICE LEAGUE # 1 is sold out and once again we're headed back to press. With this reprint, JUSTICE LEAGUE # 1 becomes the first issue from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 to receive five printings. The new printing will be on sale in comic book stores at the start of the New Year, on January 4, 2012. In the meantime, here's the first look at the combo pack cover to issue four.
DETECTIVE COMICS #1, by writer/artist Tony S. Daniel, will be going back to press for its fourth printing. This makes DETECTIVE COMICS the second title from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 to reach four printings, following JUSTICE LEAGUE. Check out what the people saying about the series so far: "Detective Comics is head-spinningly spectacular from top to bottom.” – MTV Geek “Perfect.” – COMPLEX MAGAZINE “A great Batman story with some truly killer art.” – IGN
Hitting comic book stores this Wednesday, JUSTICE LEAGUE #3 will see the introduction of Wonder Woman and Aquaman to the team that will become the World’s Greatest Superheroes. But these are not the seasoned heroes of their respective eponymous titles; they are younger, more arrogant. In short, they’re not team players – yet. Even so, that doesn’t mean they can’t make things go BOOM when faced with an army of parademons. Artist Jim Lee visited the G4 studios to give them an exclusive first look at issue #3, and at the destruction that results when these superpowers get together.
Of all the villains being reintroduced within DC – THE NEW 52, none have been anticipated more than this one. He has not appeared inside a DC comic since early 2009 — DARKSEID!
You surf the web enough, you start seeing patterns. The number 52, for instance, seems to be very popular right now. Drill down further and new trends start to emerge. Critics like ANIMAL MAN and THE FLASH. Websites likes a good holiday story, particularly a week out from Halloween. Ready?
You might have heard: it's the weekend after NYCC. So the DC Entertainment PR team will be heading our separate ways for two days of rest and relaxation, which translates roughly to attending a wedding, watching scary movies, picking out pumpkins and laundry. Oh, there will be laundry. Fret not. Before we sign off for the weekend, we have a guide to the latest and greatest coverage: