Written by SCOTT LOBDELL Art by TIMOTHY GREEN II Cover by MICO SUAYAN On sale FEBRUARY 20 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T • In the wake of “DEATH OF THE FAMILY,” Bruce Wayne confronts Jason Todd! • You DO NOT want to miss this!
This is not okay! You don’t just go around punching people in the FEELS with art, Mico Suayan! ALL OF THE BAT!PAIN IN ONE COVER IMAGE.
Written by KYLE HIGGINS Art by JUAN JOSE RYP and VICENTE CIFUENTES Cover by EDDY BARROWS and EBER FERREIRA On sale FEBRUARY 20 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T • Dick Grayson’s life lies in ruins in the wake of the events surrounding “DEATH OF THE FAMILY”! • Is his career as Nightwing over? Where will he go now? • Will the voice of reason come from Damian Wayne?
I’ve really missed some meaningful Dick & Damian interaction. Hopefully this issue has that, as the cover & solicit both would seem to indicate. It’s definitely going to be interesting to see their roles seemingly reversed here.
Supergirl #7 (written by: Michael Green & Mike Johnson; art by: Mahmud Asrar)
This was a wonderful issue from one of my favorite character relaunches of The New 52. Supergirl has been an excellent series that just gets better and better. And in this issue she got to earn the title of superhero after a hard-fought battle to defend the world she’s still brand new to.
Snyder: I think he embodies all of the most terrifying things to Batman. The Joker is the guy that essentially says, “I am the jester that serves you, King of Gotham. I bring your worst nightmares to life to make you stronger. And in that, I have a relationship with you that no one else has. I know the darkest corners of your heart and I bring those to life. I celebrate those.” He sees into Batman, saying, “Here are the things that are totally crazy about you and these are the things that I love and that make you wonderful. Let’s celebrate those by you stopping me from doing horrific things in your city.” (IGN)