Grant Morrison and artist Philip Tan kick out the jams with the shocking conclusion fo "The Revenge of the Red Hood." Gotham's newest "protector" reveals his identity to Batman -- and surprisingly poses a heart-stopping question to nim about th
 
It's been a long week, Source gang, so we'll try to keep this simple. The DCU titles make a regular habit of having some cool and different variant covers, so why not show off a few here from time to time. Makes sense, no? Here goes.
 
 
The duo of writer Paul Dini and artist Guillem March allow the Joker's former assistant Harley Quinn to take center stage as the girls deal with the aftershocks of Hush's deadly manipulations.
 
The shocking and tragic origin of Batwoman starts here, in a haunting, evocative issue penned by writer Greg Rucka with art from the masterful J.H. Williams III.
 
 
Guest writer Chris Yost and regular artist Dustin Nguyen kick off the two-part "Leviathan" story as the Huntress finds herself in an unusual position – the responsible one.
 
Writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Ramon Bachs kick off a new era for Azrael, Death's Dark Knight -- starting here.
 
 
Writer Judd Winick and artist Mark Bagley bring their "Long Shadows" arc to a close as Two-Face and the new Batman throw down in the Batcave. And it's a vicious one, but as Two-Face begins to turn the tide...Batman shows up?

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