Learn more about the mysterious past of King Chimera as he revisits a death he feels responsible for while in the hospital room of his fallen teammate! Then, Power Girl alone takes on the reborn gods of Parador, which may be the last thing she ever does. Slightly ominous, eh? Matthew Sturges and Freddie E. Williams II present JSA ALL STARS #10, which hits 9/1. [gallery link="file"]
The gods seem to be inside the minds of the All-Stars, which is only their first step toward reemerging on Earth. The takeover splits the team up as they try preventing the return of these ancient mysteries on two fronts – in the jungles of Parador and on the mean streets of Los Angeles! JSA ALL-STARS #9 hits Wednesday. [gallery link="file"]
King Chimera makes his last-ditch move to save the rest of the team from the grips of the Subtle Realms -- but is it too late for Star Girl and her new suitor? Check out a few pages below, courtesy of Matthew Sturges and Freddie E Williams II for a hint or two. JSA ALL-STARS #6 hits 5/5. [gallery link="file"]
Part of the wonderful thing about DC's library of characters is their versatility -- whether they're presented on the big screen, television, in comics or in other forms of media, they still continue to resonate with readers of all ages. Case in point: DC SUPER HEROES: THE ULTIMATE POP-UP BOOK.
Writer Matthew Sturges and artist Freddie E. Williams II lift the curtain on this issue, as the All-Stars are on the trail of the villains who've kidnapped one of their own while internal turmoil creates drama in the ranks. And after what went down in the JSA ANNUAL this month, can Magog have much time left on the team? JSA ALL STARS #3 hits 2/10. [gallery link="file"]
Well, we gave you a little tease last week -- with some help from Matthew Sturges --about JSA ALL STARS #4 (which we've kindly included below), but what of the other titles tied to the team? I'm staying tight-lipped, but these cover images should help give you an idea to what's coming up. [gallery link="file"]
Welcome back to the working week, Source readers. Hopefully, you're still feasting on Thanksgiving leftovers and well-rested from a few days of fun, family, food and football. Not in that order. Not too long ago, we gave you a first look at writer Matthew Sturges and artist Freddie E. Williams II's new series, JSA ALL STARS, but with the book hitting shortly, why not give you a chance to check out Ryan Sook's lovely variant cover and two more pages from the new series? Glad you agree. [gallery link="file"]
The all-new ongoing series starts here, as a new spin off of the Justice Society struggles to pull itself together after a devastating split. Thew's a new base, new methods, new villains and a frighteningly familiar face. Join writer Matthew Sturges and artist Freddie Williams II as they craft the latest chapter in the legacy of the Justice Society of America. Can't wait until 12/2? Well, what a nice coincidence that we have the first five pages right here to gear you up. [gallery link="file"]