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On November 11th, you tuned in to catch the series premiere of GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES on Cartoon Network. Tomorrow, a new chapter of the series begins with GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES #0, the comic book counterpart that sets the stage for the upcoming monthly series.
Yesterday, you saw the first appearance of the mysterious woman in purple in TINY TITANS #46 and learned that she’ll be showing up in many places throughout the issue. But who is she and what is she doing?
Does Raven know?
If each of the Legionnaires come from planets where all species have powers just like theirs, what are their distinguishing factors? In LEGION: SECRET ORIGIN #2, fan-favorite creative team Paul Levitz, Chris Batista and Marc Deering explore what makes the Legionnaires stand out amongst the other super-powered members of their respective races.
Birthday milestones: seventeen is when you get to drive, eighteen is when you get to vote and, apparently, nineteen is when you get to announce to the whole world that you smoke “too much f—kin’ weed!”
Now that she dropped this bombshell at her birthday party, will the former Hannah Montana star’s career go up in smoke? We don’t know, but if it does, we’re sure she'll inhale.
A few weeks ago, Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras’ All Access post teased at the future of the mysterious hooded figure who appeared at the end of FLASHPOINT and in all the premiere issues of DC COMICS-THE NEW 52.
Well, looks like Bob wasn’t kidding when he said that this enigmatic woman would be appearing across all aspects of the DC Universe.
The Higher United Nations Defense Enforcement Reserves are back in action this week, with the death-defying T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS making their debut this Wednesday. Written by Nick Spencer and drawn by Wes Craig (and with a first issue cover by Andy Kubert), the six-issue miniseries will pit agents old and new against the Subterraneans – and a mysterious and powerful figure from their past.
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS #1 hits stores this Wednesday.
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Before we depart the offices for a couple of days to stuff our faces with cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie, we thought we’d share some highlights of the various DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 coverage that’s run lately.
AMAZON’s OMNIVORACIOUS BLOG posted an exclusive interview with writer Neil Gaiman, where amongst other things, he discusses the new digital availability of SANDMAN. So what’s his personal favorite volume of the iconic series? “Probably ‘A Game of You,’ because it's most people's least favourite volume, and I love it all the more for that,” Gaiman revealed.