Back in August, we told you that in 2013, we’d be launching JUSTICE OF LEAGUE AMERICA from the superstar creative team of Geoff Johns and artist David Finch. Today, we’re pleased to tell you that the JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA news only starts there.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #13 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
Deep in the jungles of Peru, Zatanna and Deadman feel a shift in the energy around them. A house has fallen out of the sky and it’s not the House of Mystery. No, it’s the House of Secrets and it’s making its first appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #13!
This Halloween, DC Comics will release its next batch of Annuals. These special oversized issues will not only build off of the events in their respective series, but will also greatly impact the expanding DC Universe. Leading up to their October 31 releases, we’ll be putting individual spotlights on each of these Annual issues by giving you special sneak peeks at what’s to come! First up? JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK ANNUAL #1.
Arriving in 2013, Vertigo will publish TRILLIUM, a limited series written and illustrated by the incomparable Jeff Lemire (Sweet Tooth, Animal Man, Justice League Dark, Essex County Trilogy, Ghosts).
Last Wednesday, we offered All-Star Western fans the chance to win a Nighthawk and Cinnamon card signed by Moritat. Fortunately, there was no need to hold a showdown to settle on a winner. We just chose one from the photos you selected:
ALL-STAR WESTERN #0 wowed me this week!
Just in time for Halloween, Vertigo has compiled a slew of creepy stories that are primed to get you in the spirit! GHOSTS is an anthology of short stories showcasing both major talents and newcomers in the industry.
The world of comics is like the fruits section of the grocery store. Generally, you stay in your comfort zone and grab the usual fruit snacks—apples, oranges, bananas. But every now and then, you see those pineapples sitting there... but you aren't sure about them. You don't know if you'll like it or how to even check for ripeness. Then one day someone comes over to you and says, "Try these. They're great!" They hand one over and give you a taste of something different—and you end up loving it.