It's been a busy few weeks for Mr. Straczynski, huh? Not only did we announce his upcoming run on both SUPERMAN and WONDER WOMAN, but just last night, COMIC BOOK RESOURCES spoke to the superstar writer about another DCU original graphic novel, SAMARITAN X. What is SAMARITAN X? Too early to get into too much detail, but you can sate your curiosity by reading the full CBR interview, excerpted below:
We've had an exciting flurry of J. Michael Straczynski news in the past week or so, and we can understand if you're jonesin' to read his upcoming work on SUPERMAN and WONDER WOMAN. Well, have you checked out BRAVE AND THE BOLD yet? In issue #32, a horrifying lost city has risen at the bottom of the ocean, and Aquaman must call on the supernatural might of Etrigan, the Demon to stand between humanity and the dark menace that lurks inside that forgotten realm. An undersea chiller courtesy of the team of JMS and artist Jesus Saiz. BRAVE AND THE BOLD #32 hits 3/17. [gallery link="file"]
One of my very earliest memories as a child is of watching one of the Superman cartoons created by Max Fleischer. In particular, a scene where Superman puts his cape around Lois Lane to protect her from an incoming tide of molten metal.
That major publishing event we mentioned earlier today? Well, here it is. Original stories featuring Batman and Superman in graphic novel form from the biggest creators out there. But these aren’t one-offs. We’re talking ongoing series of OGNs in a new continuity, on a new Earth. Sound appealing?
A thing that lives… and fights for its soul. The shambling walking doll that is Brother Power, the Geek has been reborn in Gotham City without a home or purpose. Could destiny have something in store for this seemingly lost relic? And why does his appearance cut into Batman's heart like none of Gotham's strange monsters ever has before? Well, you'll have to read the issue to find out. In the meantime, we have a very special guest post from Straczynski himself, and believe me when I say you're all in for a treat. Take it away, Joe: