BATMAN #6, BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #5 and SUICIDE SQUAD #7 Go Back to Press

BATMAN #6 has sold out and will be going back to press for its second printing. Written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion, the story paves the path for next month’s “Night of the Owls” crossover event.

 

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #1 and #6 GO BACK TO PRESS

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #1 has also sold out again, and will be going back to press for its third printing. Written by David Finch and Paul Jenkins and featuring art by Finch, the story kicks off a series of confrontations with some of Batman’s greatest rogues as the Dark Knight follows a mysterious White Rabbit from foe to foe. Also, BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #6 was released just last week, and is already going back to press for its second printing. The issue explores Batman’s greatest fears, after the Dark Knight has been injected with a hallucinogenic toxin.

Paul Jenkins to pen STORMWATCH two-part story

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT ongoing series writer Paul Jenkins joins STORMWATCH for a two-part adventure beginning with issue #7.

When a scientific experiment tears a hole in the barrier between dimensions, miners from a forbidden universe arrive to steal Earth’s gravity! Can Stormwatch—with their ranks depleted after recent cataclysmic events—find a way to repel alien excavators that shred our reality with every touch?

Everyone’s Talkin’ About DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, Monday Evening (ET) Edition

All afternoon, THE SOURCE has been rolling out your very first look at DC Comics in February 2012.

February still seems a long ways off. But this Wednesday? That's right around the corner and we've got a whole new batch of third issues from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 hitting stores. For ease of reading, we've compiled a comprehensive rundown. Tell your friends.

From The Editor’s Desk: Wil Moss on SUPERGIRL and DC UNIVERSE PRESENTS

I dunno how many of you have sisters, but when mine was a teenager, she was, as they say, hell on wheels. Always getting into trouble, always getting into fights (usually more with her friends than with her enemies), always managing to outthink authority figures (be they cops or parents), always hanging with a questionable crowd, always a new piercing or tattoo – just drama at every turn, and usually of her own making. Nowadays she’s a morally upright citizen. She’s got a dog and a cat, a boyfriend and she even just completed jury duty! But back then? Hell. On. Wheels.

(EVERYBODY’S TALKIN’ ABOUT) DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, TUESDAY AFTERNOON (ET) EDITION

This afternoon, we’re going to take a look at what the comic book trade press is saying about JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 and The New 52 – including their interviews with some of the talented people behind the launch.

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