To help kick off 2012, here's a round up of exclusive previews from the first round of fifth issues from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, on sale tomorrow.
ACTION COMICS # 5, written by Grant Morrison and illustrated by Andy Kubert and Jesse Delperdang, depict's Kal-El's escape from Krypton, and offers a new twist on this iconic sequence which we're seeing for the first time in DC COMICS-THE NEW 52. WIRED ran the exclusive preview of the issue on their homepage, with a preview that was shared between their GEEKDAD and UNDERWIRE blogs.
USA TODAY previewed ANIMAL MAN #5 and interviewed series writer Jeff Lemire. "They don't want her put into harm's way," Lemire said of Buddy and Ellen and their powerful daughter, Maxine. "It's really that tension of knowing that they may have to give her up and the greater good might be something that they have to consider rather than just being a family, and whether or not they're willing to do that is going to cause a lot of tension in their marriage and a lot of tension just thematically moving forward."
GAWKER’s KOTAKU debuted five pages from DETECTIVE COMICS #5 and GAWKER’s IO9 has your first look at BATWING #5. Meanwhile, UGO posted the first four pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL #5 and COMICVINE has a sneak peek at GREEN ARROW #5. Over at IGN, check out a sequence from MEN OF WAR #5. Meanwhile, REVOLVER MAGAZINE showed pages from O.M.A.C. #5, COMIC BOOK RESOURCES has a glance at SWAMP THING #5, NEWSARAMA previewed RED LANTERNS #5 and IFANBOY has your premiere look at STORMWATCH #5. MTV GEEK ran an exclusive preview of STATIC SHOCK #5 and DC Comics’ official Facebook page posted four pages from HAWK AND DOVE #5.
To be continued …