What happened after that Firestorm-induced lab explosion? What are the Hawks on the brink of discovering? And what’s that White Lantern doing in New Mexico? Find some questions answered and new ones raised in BRIGHEST DAY #3, courtesy of Johns, Tomasi, Reis, Syaf, Clark, Gleason and Finch. BRIGHTEST DAY #3 hits tomorrow. [gallery link="file"]
Geoff: Anyone see FRINGE last night? If you did, or if you’ve read this blog this week, you saw the RED LANTERN/RED ARROW cover. And maybe the bizarre SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL RETURNS in the style of Frank Miller’s BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS. Or the infamous cover to CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7, but Supergirl’s holding Superman. Or the event that rocked the mid-90s, THE DEATH OF BATMAN. So where did these come from? An alternate Earth. For real.
We’ll have a full preview of the third issue of BRIGHTEST DAY soon enough, but in the meantime, why not spend a few minutes eyeing these two lovely covers, courtesy of artists David Finch and Ivan Reis on the variant? [gallery link="file"]
Sound like a good way to start the day? I’d hope so. In the second issue of the series, we continue to follow the heroes and villains that found themselves returned to the land of the living at the end of BLACKEST NIGHT – and not everyone’s dealing with the change so well. Another jam-packed issue from the A-list creative team of writers Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi and artists Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark and Joe Prado – need I say more? Scroll below for a look at the issue, which hits tomorrow. [gallery link="file"]
Good morning, Source readers. Hope Monday wasn't too stressful. Now, what can we do here that'll make this Tuesday better than usual? How about a first look at BRIGHTEST DAY #1? And, not just any first look, but a peek at a key scene featuring Hal, Sinestro and Star Sapphire, as rendered by superstar BLACKEST NIGHT artist Ivan Reis and Joe Prado. OK, OK. I get it. Stop talking and let us see the pages. Here goes. Courtesy of writers Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi and artists Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark and Joe Prado. Welcome to BRIGHTEST DAY...
The Eisner Awards, considered by many to be "The Oscars" of comic book industry awards, unveiled their nominees for the 2010 ceremony today, honoring a number of key DCU titles and creators. The winners will be named at the San Diego Comic-Con International, the largest and oldest comic convention in the United States. Let's check out the DCU nominees, shall we? SINGLE ISSUE: