We are excited to announce the talented writers and artists that will round-out the year on ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN. This line-up will continue the series of one-shot stories that chronicle the Man of Steel.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read RED LANTERNS #24 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
With their rings running on pure will alone, the Green Lanterns have their backs up against the wall … the Source Wall to be exact. Beaten down, Hal Jordan and his Corps reluctantly turn to the Red Lanterns for help – but they aren’t welcomed with anything more than a bloody fight that drains their rings even further.
As you know by now, THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE #1 arrives this Wednesday, October 30th. This incredible first issue is wrapped in gorgeous covers:
The A cover by series artist J.H. Williams III
The B cover by original series cover artist Dave McKean
The silver variant cover of the B cover
The black and white variant cover with red jewel with art by J.H. Williams III
The combo pack cover variant of the A cover
And the CBLDF variant cover with art by Jim Lee
See them in the gallery above. Which issue(s) are you going to pick up?
Welcome to What's New in The New 52 – where you, the fans, get a sneak peek at the stuff that crosses our desks. This little feature is a way to keep you all in the loop about what's new, different and exciting in The New 52 – whether it's a character design, cover, splash page or panel.
FONEBONE FRIDAY DEPT.
BARACK STAR GAMES DEPT.
For the last few days, we've been held up in our rooms watching a clock count down to midnight, Friday, October 25—surviving on Twizzlers, nachos and pizza (the three healthiest meals known to man) and eagerly awaiting the moment we can race out to the nearest store and purchase our copy of Batman: Arkham Origins.
We were right in the middle of suiting up into our custom Batman costume when the Powers That Be reminded us that we had to deliver our weekly installment of everyone's favorite column 5.2 Reasons (just... just let us have that).
Morpheus’ first appearance in THE SANDMAN #1 was that of an exhausted man, caught in a magical circle. The year was 1916. In trying to capture Death, Roderick Burgess performed a ritual and chanted in the darkness “Coin and Song, Knife and Stick… Claw and Name, Blood and Feather,” capturing none other than: The Dream King.
But how did Morpheus - one of the most powerful of The Endless - come to be so weak, so broken, that he succumbed to a spell and was held captive for 70 years?
LIGHT MAKES RIGHT DEPT.
UNNATURAL SELECTIONS DEPT.