It's almost the weekend, but that's not stopping people from writing and talking about DC COMICS-THE NEW 52.
CNN’s GEEK OUT interviewed ACTION COMICS writer Grant Morrison. “Superman is very much a physical character,” responded Morrison when asked about the differences between writing Superman and Batman. “The confrontations are very direct - he fights giant robots and monsters and things, so the kind of symbolism the two of them work on are very different.”
IGN continued their series of interviews with all of the creative teams behind DC Comics-The New 52.
1) Alien menaces
2) Mysterious underwater creatures
3) Unexpected visitors from other worlds
4) An unsolved kidnapping
5) An international special forces team
6) All of the above
Think you know the answer? Find out this October when the second issues of the Justice League and Young Justice group titles in DC Comics’ The New 52 are published.
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?
Writer Gail Simone sent us a few words about today's BATGIRL #1 announcement: