The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is proud to team up with DC Comics in the presentation of the 2011 member card, featuring Green Lantern! This member card, which is sent to everyone who joins or renews their CBLDF membership in 2011, boasts heroic art by Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert!
Aquaman's second chance at life hasn't quite worked out the way he expected. His wife has betrayed him, and his powers don't work like they should. Now, in BRIGHTEST DAY #19, writers Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi and artists Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Oclair Albert and Rob Hunter bring us the Aquawar. This is a big, bold issue, one chock full of widescreen action and intrigue. I think I can safely predict that the cliffhanger will have fans talking this week. Here's a look at the open round of the Aquawar... [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
The stakes are really escalating as the end of BRIGHTEST DAY grows near. From Zamron to Central City, the pieces are all coming together. The White Lantern has a plan. There's several chilling lines in issue 18, on sale tomorrow, and we'll leave you with this one.... "Why are you aiming the ring at us?" [gallery link="file" columns="2"]
If there was a crowd-stopper at last year's San Diego and New York Comic-Cons, it was definitely the DC Universe Online cinematic trailer: a great, six-minute piece of animation where the big heroes of the DC Universe, well, get absolutely destroyed. Each time the trailer played in our booth, most everyone within a thirty-foot radius (myself included) would stop in their tracks and watch for the full video. The trailer's pinnacle comes when Lex Luthor [SPOILER WARNING] impales Superman with a kryptonite-tipped spear, which would draw a gasp from the crowd each time without fail.
Today is Green Lantern day on THE SOURCE, and we're continuing with a tease from BRIGHTEST DAY #17 featuring the Star Sapphires. What happens in that issue? According to GL Editor Adam Schlagman, "Carol Ferris and the Star Sapphires join Hawkman and Hawkgirl in a fight for the survival of Zamaron and the purity of love, but with the Hawks' connection to the cosmic corps, it looks like this meeting may end in bloodshed." [gallery link="file"]
Here's the awesome piece of Ivan Reis art we posted last week, this time without the text. We're listening!
Here's a couple of variant covers (and one non-variant) to end the day. We've got a double dose of BRIGHTEST DAY, with the covers to issues #17 and #18. Issue #17 is a non-variant by David Finch, and #18 is a variant by Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert. Next, Bill Sienkiewicz has an energetic, stylish cover for DCU: LEGACIES #9. And there's an awesome David Mack variant cover to JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #53. Enjoy. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]
I may or may not have seen the following notes on Eddie Berganza's desk. Story elements for BRIGHTEST DAY 16: 1 Part, Underwater adventure and intrigue; 1 Part, Science Fiction epic; 2 Parts, Family Tragedy; 4 Jaw dropping splash pages; 1 Young hero, claiming his birthright; 1 Dark twist; 1 Universe coming apart; 1 Morbid tease for next issue. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]
And it’s a beauty. Next year’s Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo — C2E2 for short — just got a bit greener. GREEN LANTERN, specifically.