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Sunday, January 17, 2010

After the Blackest Night...


...comes the Brightest Day!

If you were starting to fear the DC Universe might not survive the calamity and horrror of the Blackest Night, well, have no fear. DC Comics announced on their blog, The Source, on Monday that following the events of their blockbuster series Blackest Night, they will kick off an event, appropriately titled, Brightest Day this April. This will first and foremost be a biweekly, 26-issue series, kicking off with Brightest Day #0, written by Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi. Brightest Day will also be a unifying banner carried on many DC titles after Blackest Night, such as Justice League of America #44, as well as some new titles that debut that month, such as Flash #1.

For more details on this event and other DC Comics news for April, stay tuned for the new February Previews catalog, that will be in stores on January 27Th. I think what I'm most excited for in April is to see who will be alive after Blackest Night, will there be a fabled White Lantern, and when has Bruce Wayne been all this time?

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At 1/17/2010 12:46 PM, Blogger Coolguy 2004 said...

Once again, an awesome symbol for the white lanterns. Can't wait to see what this all means.

I love that both companies are creating stories that are unpredictable. Sure the good guys win and a few other little things, but if anyone can tell me exactly what will come out of Siege and Blackest Night I would be very surprised.

And as far as a six issue series bringing Batman through time, written by Morrison, I'd say Joe has posted a weather report for my heaven here.

Siege with high chance of Bendis into the next few years an overcast of Geoff Johns awesome!

 

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