On tap today, we’ve got Gene Ha’s variant to GREEN LANTERN #58, two covers for WONDER WOMAN #603, one by the regular art team of Don Kramer and Michael Babinski and a DC 75th anniversary cover by J.H. Williams III and Philip Tan’s variant to GREEN ARROW #4. Click below for a closer look. [gallery link="file"]
With the team split in two and wanted for acts of war, The Outsiders find themselves fighting with one another in order to survive. While Geo-Force, Katana and the Eradicator build a new team in Markovia, Black Lightning, Owlman and Metamorpho find themselves at the home of an old friend who just happens to want Metamorpho dead. Plus, who’s the Creeper facing off against? Our very own Dan DiDio teams with artist Philip Tan for the issue, which hits 8/25. [gallery link="file"]
It’s that time again folks – your chance to peek into the future of the Dark Knight. A future which is pretty bright, actually. What’s in store? Well, we’ve given you a sense of it over the last few weeks: BATMAN INC., THE DARK KNIGHT, BATMAN AND ROBIN, BATWOMAN and DETECTIVE COMICS will be launching or sporting new creative teams this month. Click below for the specifics and a ton of new art.
Separated by two continents and personal differences, the two Outsiders teams are pushed to their limits. Black Lightning, Owl Man and newest member Freight Train take on the combined might of Chemomorpho while Geo-Force and his army invade a neighboring country – only to come face-to-face with that country's defender, The Olympian. OUTSIDERS #31 hits today. [gallery link="file"]
Talk about a stellar cast of guest-bloggers this week, huh? Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert, David Finch, Dustin Nguyen, Shane Davis…Can we keep going? Well, yes. We have one more – last, and certainly not least, we checked in with OUTSIDERS and BATMAN AND ROBIN artist Philip Tan to get a look at his contribution to the landmark 700th BATMAN issue. Take it away, Philip.