Tuesday, July 18, 2006

It's Roy!

My first Roy Harper sighting, in DC's October solicitations. Green Lantern 15.
"Written by Geoff Johns; Art by Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert; Cover by Ethan Van Sciver
Part 3 of "Wanted: Hal Jordan," guest-starring Alan Scott, Green Arrow and Roy Harper! Wanted for murder and on the run, with John Stewart's life on the line, Hal Jordan struggles to clear his name once again. But who put a price on his head? And what do they want from Green Lantern? "
This better come out on schedule.

Otherwise, I'm a bit disappointed in the amount of missing covers for the October listings so far.

However, Catwoman 60 sounds very good and the cover is as usual, gorgeous.
Written by Will Pfeifer; Art by David Lopez and Alvaro Lopez; Cover by Adam Hughes
Holly's in the slammer thanks to Catwoman's murder of the Black Mask! Selina's got to get her out, and fast. Problem is, there's a serial killer running amok in Gotham City — and Selina helped put him there!"
And the past year storyline is going to continue in Green Arrow, but I didn't see Hawkgirl listed. Now that I think of it, I didn't see Manhunter, either. I hope we can keep that book afloat.

But the real good news is that Bruce Jones is off Nightwing! The solicit for NW 125:
"Written by Marv Wolfman; Art by Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund; Cover by Andy Clarke

Dick Grayson begins a new life and faces off with a new enemy as new series writer Marv Wolfman (TEEN TITANS) and art team Dan Jurgens (ACTION COMICS, 52) and Norm Rapmund (SUPERGIRL) take over NIGHTWING!

Raptor — a powerful new foe with an arsenal of deadly weapons — is wanted by the police and hunted by Nightwing. When he's found standing over a charred, dead body, the police call it murder, but Nightwing isn't sure. And even if it means an enemy goes free, Nightwing must uncover the truth!
Well, I'm jazzed.

Reviews of stuff to follow, tomorrow night, maybe. The heat's supposed to break tonight and maybe my brain will start functioning properly again. Feels a bit melted right now.

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