We all know Amanda Conner is the artistic draw when it comes to the new POWER GIRL ongoing series, which pairs her with the writing team of Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti. But the series also shows off some nifty variant covers -- the first two, from Adam Hughes are out there, but here are two more, for issues #3 and 4, this time from GOTHAM CITY SIRENS artist Guillem March. Nice, huh?[gallery link="file"]
Last week, we showed off Guillem March's lovely variant cover to POWER GIRL #6 -- which lead some of you to ask about the variants for #4 and 5. Well, we aim to please. [gallery link="file"]
The Justice Society has always been about legacy. Young and old. Legends and rookies. Together to protect Earth from any kind of villain. But what happens when the generations disagree? After writers Bill Willingham and Matthew Sturges conclude their first arc on JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA, the team splits – creatively and literally, with Willingham holding the fort and Sturges moving over to a new ongoing series, JSA ALL STARS, with artist Freddie E. Williams III.
Power Girl vs. The Ultra-Humanite. Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti. Amanda Conner's lovely art. A striking Guillem March variant cover. The conclusion of the series' first story arc. What more do you need? OK, fair enough. Have some preview pages. POWER GIRL #3 hits on 7/22. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
So, everyone knows that DC has the BEST comic book covers in the business and it’s been that way for a long, long time. I mean, with a crew like Jim Lee, Adam Hughes, Lee Bermejo, Frank Quietly, Andy Kubert and ALL of our other great artists, how could we possibly make things better? I’ll tell ya, by sending out a challenge to all of our monthly cover artists to go wild on their covers for the month of August. WOW! Just check out some of the results. I’d say these guys kicked butt (again!). [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
Here at The Source, we like to keep our promises. And, as some of you might recall, we mentioned inked pages from POWER GIRL #1 on Friday. For whatever reason, the blogging gods were not on our side that day, so you only got to see the cover to POWER GIRL #3 and the sketch cover to #1. Now, that's plenty, but we'd feel almost malicious if we didn't eventually share with you those promised inked pages.
Later this month, you've seen preview pages from the first issue of POWER GIRL #1 in the pages of select DCU titles. The new series, by writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti and artist Amanda Conner, brings Power Girl into her long-awaited solo debut. But why stop with one preview, really? You can never get too much Amanda Conner art.