San Francisco is home of The Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and of course, Wondercon! If you’re heading to the show this weekend, stop by the DC Booth to say hello and pick up some giveaways. And be sure to attend the fantastic panels and creator signings we’ll be hosting throughout the weekend!
Gearing up to the conclusion of BRIGHTEST DAY, GREEN ARROW #10 is packed with major reveals. Mystery of the Star Forest? Disclosed. Galahad’s origins? Divulged. Oliver Queen’s role in Star City? Determined. Find out all these answers in GREEN ARROW #10, written by J.T. Krul and with art by Diogenes Neves and Vicente Cifuentes, in stores today.[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
A distress call from Wonder Girl's mother leads the Teen Titans to a far-off archeological dig, where they meet an enigmatic new superhero named Solstice. Can the Titans help her find her missing parents, and discover what long-buried evil ties together a series of mysterious disappearances?
They both carry the Robin namesake, but Damian Wayne and Tim Drake have very different ways of doing things. So different, that when they cross paths in the upcoming RED ROBIN / TEEN TITANS crossover, things are sure to get interesting. Here’s the first page of TEEN TITANS #92, on sale now, where we get to see how the two Robins think of each other a la Batman and Superman.
When the Phantom Stranger appears with a warning of an end of days, it's always a good idea to pay attention. Tensions mount in GREEN ARROW #9 by J. T. Krul and Diogenes Neves, leading Oliver Queen to a bold and reckless decision. Bold and reckless? Yeah, that sounds like Green Arrow. Here's a look into the immediate future of the mysterious forest and the Emerald Archer, on sale Wednesday. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
The mystery has been unfolding for months: what, exactly, is happening inside the magical forest at the center of Star City? In GREEN ARROW #8, writer J. T. Krul, penciller Diogenes Neves and inkers Oclair Albert and Vicente Cifuentes bring Lois Lane to Star City to get the scoop. SOURCE readers, what's your take on Star City's forest? What gives it its power? [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
Nicola Scott's been absolutely killing the Teen Titans pencils for a while now, but I don't have to tell that to anyone who's been reading the series already. Here's a few pages from TEEN TITANS #91, on sale later this month. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]
Cassie Sandsmark has mother issues. Her relationship with her father isn't on much better terms - she's the daughter of Zeus, yet she's done her best to steer clear of his influences. Even on a weekend getaway from the Titans Tower to visit her mother at an archeological conference, Wonder Girl can't seem to avoid a conflict - whether it's with her parents, or a supervillain. This WONDER GIRL one-shot by JT Krul and Adriana Melo features the first big role for new Titans hero Solstice and ties into the new arc of TEEN TITANS. The comic hits stores next Wednesday.