Written by Paul Cornell
Art by Pete Woods
When Lex Luthor finally regained control of LexCorp, he thought he had everything he wanted. But in BLACKEST NIGHT, he briefly became an Orange Lantern and got a taste of true power. Now he'll do anything – anything – to get that power back. Buckle in for a greatest hits tour of the DCU's most wanted as Lex Luthor begins an epic quest for power, all brought to you by new ongoing writer Paul Cornell (Dr. Who, Captain Britain and MI-13) and artist Pete Woods (WORLD OF NEW KRYPTON), with covers by David Finch (BRIGHTEST DAY, Ultimatum)!
Written by Grant Morrison
Art by Georges Jeanty
The most anticipated series of 2010 continues!
Grant Morrison's can't-miss Batman story rolls on as Bruce Wayne's next stop on his amazing journey through time brings him to the Wild West – but will he escape alive? Artist Cameron Stewart (BATMAN AND ROBIN) joins Morrison to take The Dark Knight on a ride!
Written by Geoff Johns
Art and cover by Doug Mahnke
BRIGHTEST DAY shines on as the mystery of the White Lantern piques the curiosity of Hector Hammond. The bizarre telekinetic escapes his prison cell and sets his sights on one being – Larfleeze! Plus, Hal Jordan begins unlocking the secret behind who took Parallax during BLACKEST NIGHT!
Written by Tony Bedard
Art by Ardian Syaf
BRIGHTEST DAY burns on as Cyborg-Superman returns! You won't believe how far he'll go to secure his sinister new secret agenda. Plus, Green Lantern Ganthet has made a clandestine deal with Atrocitus. What is it and why might it spell doom for the Green Lantern Corps? The Emerald Warriors might have survived the BLACKEST NIGHT just in time for a great evil to rise!
Written by Jason Aaron
Art by Steve Dillon
Frank Castle is now Public Enemy #1 in New York City, and nobody's loving it more than Bullseye, the psychotic assassin determined to bring him down. But what happens when Bullseye goes so far that even the Kingpin, Wilson Fisk, wants to shut him down? And how exactly do you pull the plug on the world's most tenacious hitman without becoming a target yourself?