An underwater danger threatens Aquaman -- and the Demon

We've had an exciting flurry of J. Michael Straczynski news in the past week or so, and we can understand if you're jonesin' to read his upcoming work on SUPERMAN and WONDER WOMAN. Well, have you checked out BRAVE AND THE BOLD yet? In issue #32, a horrifying lost city has risen at the bottom of the ocean, and Aquaman must call on the supernatural might of Etrigan, the Demon to stand between humanity and the dark menace that lurks inside that forgotten realm. An undersea chiller courtesy of the team of JMS and artist Jesus Saiz.

BRAVE AND THE BOLD #32 hits 3/17.

New ACTION art team in June: Woods on interiors, Finch on covers

I'm not much of a mind reader, but I'm pretty sure some of you were wondering this while reading the first issue of LAST STAND OF NEW KRYPTON: What is Pete Woods doing next?

Well, he's doing two more issues of LAST STAND, that's a given. And those'll be a treat, brought to you by the writing team of Sterling Gates and James Robinson, and a perfect lead-in to the "100-Minute War" that's kicking off in WAR OF THE SUPERMEN.

THE LAST STAND OF NEW KRYPTON CONTINUES IN SUPERGIRL #51

Amidst Brainiac's assault on New Krypton, General Zod has brandished the Legion of Super-Heroes terrorists and imprisoned them. Superboy will do his best to free them, but he'll have to go through Supergirl first -- wait, what? You read right, folks. It's the Super-brawl you weren't expecting, courtesy of writer Sterling Gates and artist Jamal Igle.

SUPERGIRL #51 hits 3/17.

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The LAST STAND OF NEW KRYPTON starts here

It's New Krypton's worst nightmare as Brainiac attacks the planet, determined to recapture the city of Kandor. But General Zod has been waiting for this moment since Brainiac first attacked Old Krypton – he has a plan to save his people, but at the cost of Earth, which doesn't really bode well with a certain Man of Steel. So it's up to Superman, Supergirl, Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes to stop the two madmen before they destroy everything in their path.

Jim Lee’s ICONS cover — pencils and inks

What better way to get through a Friday? As we teased a few days ago, we’ve got the inks for Jim Lee’s cover to ICONS: The DC Comics & WildStorm Art of Jim Lee, featuring the work of inker Scott Williams. Some of you may have seen the pencils already, but we’re including them here, too, as you can never go wrong with more Jim Lee art. I also suggest you take a few minutes to check out Jim’s unused ICONS cover, posted earlier.

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