Lucifer 101: What You Need to Know

LUCIFER #1, written by bestselling fantasy novelist Holly Black and drawn by Lee Garbett, is in stores today. It features the iconic Vertigo Comics character originally created by Neil Gaiman for THE SANDMAN and further defined through the long running LUCIFER series written by Mike Carey and drawn frequently by Peter Gross.

Grant Morrison on his Legendary BATMAN Run

"Little did I suspect when I accepted the BATMAN writing assignment back in 2006 that I’d wind up spending the next six years writing the longest continued comic story I’ve ever attempted. I thought I’d said most of what I had to say about the character with Arkham Asylum, Gothic, and Batman’s appearances in JLA. Clearly, I was wrong.  

Find out how Bruce Wayne returned, courtesy of Morrison, Garbett

Bruce Wayne is back – but how did the world’s greatest detective overcome Darkseid’s Omega Effect and return to his proper place in time and in Gotham? Writer Grant Morrison – in tandem with versatile artist Lee Garbett – presents a turning point in his ongoing and intricate Batman saga with BATMAN: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #6, which, like BATMAN AND ROBIN #16, sets the stage for this month’s epic Batman launches and new direction. Check out a few pages from the issue below, which hits this Wednesday. [gallery link="file"]

Experience Halloween in the DCU

I’m not big on holidays myself, or so my colleagues tell me, but it’s hard to ignore the fun that is Halloween. You get to dress up, eat candy and wander your ‘hood. Plus, you get an annual dose of Halloween merriment in the form of the DCU HALLOWEEN SPECIAL, which brings together creators new and seasoned to tell tales that frighten, amuse and excite.

A few variant covers for Tuesday

We’ve got another batch of nice variant cover art to unveil, including Lee Garbett’s gritty BATMAN: RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE #6 cover, Gary Frank’s masterful take on GREEN ARROW #5, another lovely Cliff Chiang JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST cover, Gene Ha’s take on SUPERMAN #704 and the latest from regular WONDER WOMAN and ZATANNA variant cover artists Alex Garner and Brian Bolland, respectively. [gallery link="file"]

It’s terror in the third dimension in BATGIRL #14

When Supergirl decides to get away from it all and visit Stephanie Brown on the campus of Gotham City University, a quiet, relaxing weekend turns into a monster movie mash-up. After a science experiment goes horribly wrong, 24 black-and-white Draculas are brought to life, and Batgirl and Supergirl are forced to become vampire hunters in order to stop an army of the celluloid undead. BATGIRL #14 hits 9/9. [gallery link="file"]

A look at BATMAN in September

September marks the conclusion of BATMAN: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE — but what does that mean for the Dark Knight? We’re not telling, but click below for a few clues. bm_cv703_solicitcmyk BATMAN #703 Written by PETER MILLIGAN Art and cover by TONY DANIEL 1:10 “DC 75th Anniversary” Variant cover by KEVIN NOWLAN

With Oracle off the board, can Batgirl take on Man-Bat alone?

In part 3 of "The Flood," Oracle faces off against the Calculator, while Batgirl is forced to team up with the Calculator's daughter in an attempt to save the citizens of Gotham City from a crippling techno-plague. But who will save Batgirl from an infected and rampaging Man-Bat? BATGIRL #12 hits 6/9, courtesy of writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Lee Garbett. [gallery link="file"]

‘The Flood’ continues in BATGIRL #10

The Calculator plans to exact his revenge on Oracle by first unleashing a nanovirus upon the citizens of Gotham. What does that do, you ask? Well, it’d turn everyone into mindless techno-zombies. Doesn’t sound like much fun, eh? For phase two of his plan, the Calculator plans on eliminating everyone close to Oracle – including Batgirl. BATGIRL #10, courtesy of Bryan Q. Miller and Lee Garbett, hits 5/12. [gallery link="file"]

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