Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason pull out all the stops for GREEN LANTERN CORPS #40, as BLACKEST NIGHT continues and the battle on Oa rages on. The honored, fallen Corps members and the recently deceased Sciencell convicts are now bloodthirsty Black Lanterns -- and they won't rest until the bloody hearts and minds of the GLs are literally in their hands. Can John Stewart, Guy Gardner and Kyle Rayner stop the Blackest Night from engulfing Sector Zero? We're not sure, honestly. But these three pages should get you stoked.
If any hero should worry amidst the events surrounding BLACKEST NIGHT, it should be Batman. Boasting one of the strongest, creepiest and deadliest Rogues Gallery in the DCU, just the idea of some of the fallen villains returning as Black Lanterns sends a chill up my spine. Will the new Batman's career be cut short? Will Red Robin have to face off against his own father? You'll have to pick up the issue to find out.
Peter Tomasi and artist Lee Garbett finish off the six-part "The Deep" arc as the Outsiders -- against their will, of course -- help the Insiders find the last pieces of the meteorite which will restore the immortality of the Insiders once and for all. But a fateful choice has to be made by Geo-Force that will lead to a life-changing moment for him and Katana. Plus, more on the mysterious origins of Metamorpho and his connection to the Insiders. Not enough for you? Well, we have a bunch of pages below that might motivate you a tad more.
It's finally here. The players are in place. The dead are rising. You've seen the previews and read the issues leading up to BLACKEST NIGHT #1,which hit comic shops today. But there's more. Included in the extra material on the GREEN LANTERN: FIRST FLIGHT DC Universe animated original movie — on sale 7/28 on Blu-ray and DVD -- is a feature spotlighting this summer's biggest event, including interviews with Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi and Dan DiDio. And we’ve got two clips from the segment right here.
Greetings, Source-erers, Michael Siglain here. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m one of the editors here at DC. More specifically, I’m one of the Bat-editors, and am currently responsible for Detective Comics, Outsiders, Batgirl, Vigilante and Booster Gold, among other comic book greatness. I’m here today to give you a peek behind the editorial iron curtain, so get ready to feast your eyes...
Writer Peter Tomasi and artists Fernando Pasarin and Jeremy Haun continue delving into "The Deep," as the fifth part of their story finds the Outsiders captured with the remaining members on the run. And as things reach a boiling point for Alfred's band of heroes, Deathstroke discovers he may have a way to increase his already-amazing powers. Check out some pages below. THE OUTSIDERS #19 hits 6/17. [gallery link="file"]
Just who are the Insiders? And who are they searching for? Well, the fourth part of writer Peter Tomasi and artist Lee Garbett's "The Deep" arc answers both questions, thanks to the help of a long lost being known only as "The Outkast." But don't expect any "Hey Ya!" renditions, folks. All signs point to bad stuff going down at the very center of the earth. Check out a few pages from the issue.THE OUTSIDERS #18 hits 5/20. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
Peter Tomasi and artist Lee Garbett turn the heat up on the newly-formed Outsiders team in this issue, the third part of "The Deep." Can the team properly hold off the Thrashers with the Creeper on the verge of a nervous breakdown? Also, who are The Insiders and why are they talking to a certain Slade Wilson? For some answers, click below. THE OUTSIDERS #17 goes on sale 4/22. [gallery]