Ah, dawn in the city. I start going through emails. Renato Guedes has sent us pencils for pages 9-10 of SUPERMAN #688. Wow, these are gorgeous! Renato has been nice enough to draw this critical scene first, as we’ll be flashing back to it in SUPERMAN ANNUAL #14 a couple of months later. Some more gorgeous pencils are in from guest-penciller Fernando Dagnino for SUPERGIRL #41—man, he’s SO good. Looking at our schedule, however, I’m thinking it might be more logical to ask Fernando to draw the upcoming SUPERGIRL ANNUAL rather than ACTION #878-879.
Yesterday, we gave you a look at an early version of the cover to the first issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, which, as we guessed, left you interested in more. Let it never be said we don't deliver here at The Source. As promised, here are three pages from the first issue, from writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli. We also tossed in the final cover for good measure. [gallery link="file"]
Slated to hit in July, writer James Robinson and artist Mauro Cascioli's JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE mini-series has been hotly anticipated, to say the least. And now, as we inch closer to the release of the first issue, here's a look at a prelim cover for the first issue of the series. Like what you see? Come back tomorrow for some more Cascioli goodness. Yes, you have to wait.
Writers James Robinson and Greg Rucka, along with artist Pete Woods, continue to turn up the heat on Superman, as he realizes his move to New Krypton has done little to ease tensions between Earth and the newly-formed planet. How can the Man of Steel cope with an entire planet's worth of Supermen with none of his self-imposed limits? For an idea, check out these pages from SUPERMAN: WORLD OF NEW KRYPTON #2, on sale next week! [gallery link="file"]