You may have noticed a trend here at The Source. We like to show cool art once it appears in our inbox. SUPERMAN Group Editor Matt Idelson and his assistant Wil Moss, coincidentally, like to forward us cool art. It works out nicely. So, to close out this Monday, we've got three covers from SUPERMAN artist Renato Guedes. The covers, for ACTION COMICS ANNUAL, SUPERMAN ANNUAL and SUPERGIRL form a loose triptych image. What's better than a Guedes image? Well, three.
Try not to get mad at us, folks, but we decided it'd be a nice kick-off to the weekend to throw you another cool BATMAN AND ROBIN image.
Happy Friday, Source readers. By now, you've probably picked up your copy of BATMAN AND ROBIN #1, and seen the preview pages and commentary across the web. But why not finish off the week with something more? Here's the cover to #4.
Tony Bedard and artist Claude St. Aubin keep the heat going in the pages of R.E.B.E.L.S., as the abductor of the intergalactic L.E.G.I.O.N. police force stands revealed, leading the entire sector to mobilize. What happens when Vril Dox's team of renegades teams up with the Omega Men, Durlans, Khunds and Dominators? Well, you can get at least some of the answers here. R.E.B.E.L.S. #5 hits 6/10 [gallery link="file"]
Bruce Wayne is trapped in the past. The Caped Crusader is missing. As Earth's heroes and the citizens of Gotham City struggle to face a world without a Batman, Dick Grayson -- the first Robin -- dons his mentor's cowl to try and stem the tide of crime threatening to drown the city Bruce Wayne spent years protecting. Today, THE NEW YORK TIMES bestselling team of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely will launch BATMAN AND ROBIN, a new ongoing series.
TITANS #14 takes a closer look at Vic Stone, otherwise known as Cyborg. But what else is going on in the issue, from writer Eric Wallace and artist Mike Shoyket? We check in with TITANS Editor Brian Cunningham -- along with some pages from the issue, to boot. Take it away, Brian: