DON’T TALK ABOUT GEN LOST #6

I really wish I could talk to you about something, but I just can’t. Not yet.

You see, JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #6 is such a game-changer for the series, is just SO BIG a revelation that by telling you ANYTHING at all would blow EVERYTHING for you. I mean, it’s HUGE!

I can’t tell you that it’s a Captain Atom-centric issue.

I certainly can’t tell you anything about a cameo by a DC heavyweight that will absolutely shock you to the core.

And writer Judd Winick would absolutely KILL ME if I revealed that when Captain Atom demands to know—

A look at BRIGHTEST DAY in September

All things BRIGHTEST DAY continue to chug along at a frenetic pace, and we’ve got a first look at what’s going down in the September-shipping batch of titles. Click below for more.

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BRIGHTEST DAY #9-10

Written by GEOFF JOHNS & PETER J. TOMASI

Zatanna strikes out on her own

One of the many things I've learned while blogging here at THE SOURCE is knowing when to step aside and let the creative minds behind our books do the talking. This is one of those times.

Starting in May, the DCU will feature a new ongoing series, from writer Paul Dini and artist Stephane Roux: ZATANNA. Hinted at and much-discussed over the last few months, we're happy to finally lift the curtain. And we've got some words from Dini. Take it away, Paul:

DCU IN 2010: A look inside JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE RISE AND FALL and beyond

Well, maybe not inside. More like the cover. But we have four -- and they merge together to form a striking image. As you probably recall, the one-shot was first announced last month in this very space. This four-piece images makes up the covers to the JUSTICE LEAGUE: RISE AND FALL one-shot and its three tie-in issues: GREEN ARROW #31, JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE RISE OF ARSENAL #1 and JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #43.

DCU IN 2010: THE RISE OF ARSENAL AND THE FALL OF GREEN ARROW

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Take a minute to process that amazing piece of Mauro Cascioli art. Ok. Done? Let’s go.

If you’ve been following JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, then you know some major events have been shaking up Green Arrow and his supporting cast’s status. Specifically, Red Arrow finding himself one arm short of a pair.

The Justice League faces the Blackest Night

The BLACKEST NIGHT darkens the skies over the Justice League in this important tie-in issue by the new team of James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley. Can the team get it together in time to survive the return of the undead Dr. Light? Or will his now-shadowy evil strangle everybody where they stand? Good, valid questions that we won't answer here. But we do have a few Bagley pages to kick the week off.

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How about some JUSTICE LEAGUE art to end the day?

We're inching toward the weekend, folks, and that's a good thing. We're also inching toward the debut of the first issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA from the superstar team of writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley. Stoked? You should be. On that note, we've got a few images that might be of interest. Namely, the January covers to JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #6 and JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41.

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