A few variant covers to close the day

I get it. It’s the middle of the week. Your brain is fried. You don’t want a long post explaining anything complicated. How about some nice art to click on and get you through your last hours at work? Especially when it’s stuff like BRIGHTEST DAY #5 – one by Ivan Reis and another by David Finch, FIRST WAVE #3 by Lee Bermejo, JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #5 by Tony Harris and SUPERMAN: SECRET ORIGIN #6 by Gary Frank. [gallery link="file"]


PLUS! WHY DOES AQUALAD REFUSE TO SWIM? WHAT’S MARK STRONG AS SINESTRO REALLY LIKE? AND TELL US WHAT HERO YOU’D LIKE TO SEE LEAP INTO LIVE ACTION! So as you know, while Jim Lee and Dan DiDio head up publishing and editorial, Diane Nelson and I work on everything outside of the comics in film, television and other media alongside Warner Bros. to try and bring DC’s rich and expansive universe of characters and stories to life. From 100 Bullets to Zatanna. Pretty awesome job. I feel incredibly lucky to be a part of it and to work with so many amazingly talented people.

Old foes take a new look in DOOM PATROL #11

What kind of people call themselves "The Brotherhood of Evil"? Not this group; not if a certain pan-dimensional business tycoon has anything to say about it. After all, image is everything. But it doesn't matter how they rebrand themselves – the Doom Patrol has found them, and it's not going to be pretty. DOOM PATROL #11 hits 6/9. [gallery link="file"]

Close out your day with a look at some upcoming variant covers

Lovely covers by amazing artists. Simple enough, right? So, here, for your end-of-day clicking are the variant covers for ZATANNA #2 by Brian Bolland, GREEN ARROW #2 by Ethan Van Sciver, JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #4 by Tony Harris and THE FLASH #3 by Greg Horn. [gallery link="file"]

The DC 75th anniversary covers keep coming

If you’ve been keeping your eyes peeled, you know that we’re rolling out a number of the DC 75th anniversary variant covers this week. Today, we not only jump into outer space, but into the far future – specifically, the 31st century. Who doesn’t remember the classic cover to LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #294, the concluding chapter of “The Great Darkness Saga”? Here it is, to jog your memory:


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