Green Arrow! Hawkman! Green Lantern! The Martian Manhunter! The classic Justice League members are back, working together for the first time in DC's New 52 as part of an upcoming Justice League of America ongoing series next year by Geoff Johns and David Finch.The new series was announced at this weekend's FanExpo Cana
On sale now is the 900th issue of Action Comics, the second-longest running DC Comics title after Detective Comics. The publisher is celebrating the occasion with a 96-page anniversary that includes contributions from noted celebrated Superman fans like Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof; The Dark Knight co-writer David Goyer; Superman: The Movie director Richard Donner; and famous comics writers and artists like Geoff Johns & Gary Frank, Paul Dini, Dan Jurgens, Brian Stelfreeze, Alex Ross, David Finch and Adam Hughes, among others. And of course, Action Comics #900 concludes the thrilling "The Black Ring" storyline by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods, spotlighting Lex Luthor, and begins the series' next big Superman epic.
Check out a preview below.Launched in April of 1938, Action C
The woefully off-schedule Batman Incorporated appears to be back on track, with a new issue on sale this week and another in just a fortnight. Written by Grant Morrison with artwork by Yanick Paquette and Michael Lacombe, the particularly fun series that follows Bruce Wayne on his quest to franchise Batmen to the major cities of the world continues with issue #3's Argentina-set story, in which Batman meets with the dashing hero, Gaucho. We've got a preview.Batman Incorporated #3 was originally
Grant Morrison's run continues this week with both Batman: The Return and ComicsAlliance is here, as usual, to break down the books page by page and examine them in the context of both Morrison's body of work and the history of the character.
We'll get to Batman Inc later, but first up is the Return one-shot. In this issue you'll see Grant Morrison writing a full Bat-Family for the first time in his run, Bruce and Damian test driving their working rel
Anyone who's been paying attention to the DC Comics slate for the past year or two has probably noticed an increasing number of titles written and drawn by the same person. While some of these are by
Coinciding with the opening day of New York Comic Con, DC Comics released Friday via its blog, The Source, preview artwork from two of the publishers most anticipated new books: "Batman: The Dark Knight" #1, drawn by David Finch, and "Batman, Inc." #1, drawn by Yanick Paquette. Both titles go on sale in Novembe
Batman's confronted his share of mad gods, monsters and crono displacement over the past few years, and it looks like even "The Return of Bruce Wayne" won't slow his exposure to the supernatural as David Finch prepares to unleash new challenges to the Caped Crusader in November's new "Batman: The Dark Knight" ongoing