It's hard to imagine someone capable of such evil acts as anything but a villain, but the cover to JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #20 poses the question: "Max Lord: Villain... Or Hero?" Next Wednesday's issue takes a look into Max Lord's past and explains the reason he's made it his life's work to eliminate metahumans. Take a look at the preview below! [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
Judd Winick's JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST is approaching its final act, and he's given The Source a few hints at what's coming in the final seven issues... and at what will come afterward. Here's what he gave us:
Here are a few variant (and a couple standard) covers to help you through your week. First up, a stunning variant of GREEN ARROW #8 by David Mack. Next, two JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #18 covers, the iconic version by Aaron Lopresti and the variant by Kevin Maguire. Rounding it out are two covers to WONDER WOMAN #606. Don Kramer’s is also part of our iconic cover run, and Alex Garner’s variant is my personal favorite of the bunch. Look at it, just… wow. Do you have a favorite, SOURCE readers? [gallery link="file"]
We teased a bit from this series last week, but now, we’ve got lots more to unvel. But what is WEIRD WORLDS? Well, I’m glad you asked. Each month, you'll be treated to new 10-page chapters in three exciting serials. In this debut issue, Kevin Van Hook and Jerry Ordway bring you the continuing adventures of Lobo – yup, the last Czarnian is back and up to his usual misdeeds. Aaron Lopresti introduces you to his newest creation, the kind-hearted monster called Garbageman. And Kevin Maguire takes you to the farthest reaches of outer space with the space-faring hero known as Tanga.
We’ve heard bits of news about WEIRD WORLDS, the anthology mini-series hitting in January and featuring the talents of Aaron Lopresti, Kevin Maguire and Kevin VanHook, among others – but what more can be revealed? Well, not to overuse the phrase but we went straight to the source on this one and got some art and comments on two of the new characters showing up in the first issue – Tanga and Garbage Man – from their respective creators, Maguire and Lopresti. So, take it away, Kevin:
Before we roll into the full list of BRIGHTEST DAY solicits, we thought this merited a mention. Heck, the name alone gave us pause. “Aquawar”? As BRIGHTEST DAY barrels toward its grand finale, things heat up for one of the main protagonists and his supporting cast — it’s too early to get into details, but how about a look at the cover to February’s BRIGHTEST DAY #19 and the other key BRIGHTEST DAY titles and a few more clues below?
Ice is not to be messed with. For real. If you’ve been reading JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST, you know the character’s been going through her share of soul-searching. But how does one character go from pensive, shy flower to elemental badass? Let’s ask JL: GL editor Brian Cunningham.