Can Sinestro, Green Lantern of Sector 2814, free his homeworld from The Sinestro Corps? Do Guy Gardner and John Stewart have what it takes to lead the Green Lantern Corps into battle with a mysterious force that’s destroying multiple space sectors? Why is Kyle Rayner being chosen by the rings of previous bearers who were all brutally slaughtered? And what does Atrocitus have to do with a child suffering on a war-torn world? Find out when the second issues of the Green Lantern group books in DC Comics’ The New 52 are released this October.
This October, Gotham City will be overrun by new villains. In DETECTIVE COMICS, Batman will face the Gotham Ripper. In BATGIRL, Barbara Gordon will take on Mirror. Mysterious villains will be terrorizing Gotham in BATMAN, BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT, BATWOMAN and NIGHTWING. And around the globe, evil takes new forms in BATWING and RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS. Can the Bat family defeat all these foes or is the fate of Gotham – and the world at large – permanently doomed?
As time runs out for Batman to rescue Dawn Golden from deep beneath Gotham City, the city above is at the mercy of the Demon possessing Ragman. And when The Penguin kidnaps innocent civilians and Commissioner Gordon begins to lose hope, will Batman’s efforts be enough to save the city from its demons? BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #3 is written and pencilled by David Finch, inked by Scott Williams and Richard Friend and hits stores on Wednesday. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
To celebrate the release of SUPERMAN: THE BLACK RING (now available in comic shops and bookstores everywhere), we asked associate editor Wil Moss about his experience working with Paul Cornell and Pete Woods as Lex Luthor took center stage in the pages of Action Comics:
The Batman does not like guns. Specifically, Bruce Wayne does not like guns. The reason why was established long ago. An alley. A mugger. A murder. In the opening pages of BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT issue 2, on sale Wednesday, writer/artist David Finch has the Batman dispatch the Penguins' goons. When he tells them, "No more guns", we believe him.[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]