Yesterday, we showed off a page from BATMAN AND ROBIN #7 -- and it was a doozy. But why stop there? We've got the first five pages from the issue here, courtesy of the superstar team of writer Grant Morrison and artist Cameron Stewart. BATMAN AND ROBIN #7 hits tomorrow. Swing back later tomorrow for a closer look at the issue. [gallery link="file"]
We can't promise it'll make you any faster, or that it'll respond to your willpower, but hey -- that's what our imaginations are for. But we can promise a way for you to get your hands on one. With BRIGHTEST DAY banner issues THE FLASH #1 and GREEN LANTERN #53 soliciting in the February issue of PREVIEWS, DC Comics is offering promotional FLASH and GREEN LANTERN rings to qualifying retailers. Cool, right? "But Alex, how do I qualify?" Good question:
Writer James Robinson tells the tale of a team in shambles. After a shocking loss, Prometheus reveals an even greater threat to the team than they thought possible. How will this new crisis change the face of the DC Universe? The pages below should reveal a clue or three. JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #6 hits 1/27. [gallery link="file"]
Things get dicey for the leaner, meaner Justice Society as writer Bill Willingham reveals another intruder among the team. But this time, they're ready for it. JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #35 hits 1/27. [gallery link="file"]
A new era starts for the League right here, as the team regroups with a new roster. Make way for the World's Greatest Heroes – Batman, Green Lantern, the Atom, Green Arrow, Donna Troy, the Guardian, Cyborg, Mon-El, Starfire, Dr. Light and, yes, Congorilla. JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41 hits 1/27. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]
Batwoman crosses paths with another "Bat"-character in this, the first part of "Cutter," teaming artist Jock with writer Greg Rucka. And yes, the title implies that things get a little grisly. DETECTIVE COMICS #867 hits 1/27. [gallery link="file"]
The title is pretty ominous on its own: ADVENTURE COMICS STARRING BLACK LANTERN SUPERBOY. But what more can we reveal about the issue, which is written by Tony Bedard, with art by Travis Moore? Well, we're not saying a ton, but ADVENTURE COMICS editor Brian Cunningham has a few choice words to share. Take it away, Brian:
Well, we're hoping that by now you've read OUTSIDERS #26, the first issue of writer Dan DiDio and artist Philip Tan's run on the team series. If not, you should swing down the street to your local shop and plop a few bucks down for the issue. I'll happily wait here and do a few things in the meantime. Back? Well, what'd you think? The issue had team tension, rain-soaked slashing, tormented heroes and a surprise cameo. Pretty cool, huh? And yeah, about that cameo...click below for more. "Spoiler alert," as the kids say...