Some news for you: Robinson, Bagley step aboard JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA

It's a short week here at The Source, what with our bosses letting us have Friday off. But that just means we have to end the week with a bang. So, let's get right to it: Writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley will be the new ongoing creative team on JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, starting in October. I'll give you a minute or two to wipe the drool off your keyboards.

Let's play a guessing game, shall we?

It's been a while since we post something with little context and let the masses discuss. Happy Thursday. We'll have more info on the artistic goodness you see below next week. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]

Have a little GOTHAM CITY SIRENS on Wednesday

Not sated by just one new BATMAN ongoing by Paul Dini? Well, here's another one: GOTHAM CITY SIRENS, pairing him with the very talented Guillem March to tell a tale involving Catwoman, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, three Gotham City ladies with a new agenda all their own. But can they really get along? Who has to deal with the fallout? Click below for a sampling. GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #1 hits 6/24. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]

Mon-El faces an enemy he can’t overpower: death

What is a young man to do when he's handed a death sentence? Experience life as best you can, no? Mon-El deals with his fate by doing just that -- exploring the world and interacting with some of DC's international cast of heroes. But back in Metropolis, a new media mogul takes the airwaves. His name? Morgan Edge. Writer James Robinson and artist Renato Guedes continue their stellar run on SUPERMAN with issue #689, and we have some pages for you to peruse. SUPERMAN #689 hits 6/24. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]

Can't wait for BLACKEST NIGHT?

Neither can we. But what to do before the first issue hits? Well, did you know that GREEN LANTERN #43 is a prologue to BLACKEST NIGHT? No? That's a shame. Well, this issue, featuring story by some guy named Geoff Johns and the new regular GREEN LANTERN art team of Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy not only gets the ball rolling toward the big summer event, but it also features the birth of the first Black Lantern. Discover who he is and just what his connection to death -- and in turn, the Black Lantern Corps -- really is. Wait, words aren't enough? Fine. Here are two pages from the issue.

Things get more troublesome for the Outsiders

Writer Peter Tomasi and artists Fernando Pasarin and Jeremy Haun continue delving into "The Deep," as the fifth part of their story finds the Outsiders captured with the remaining members on the run. And as things reach a boiling point for Alfred's band of heroes, Deathstroke discovers he may have a way to increase his already-amazing powers. Check out some pages below. THE OUTSIDERS #19 hits 6/17. [gallery link="file"]