“Just tell me these aren’t Alfred’s waffles.”
It seems as if Jason Todd and the gang have become a little stale the past few months, but I stick with them through thick and thin. Will #8 take a turn for the better with the Night of the Owls event? Find out after the jump…
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What will happen to Roy Harper now that he’s missing a limb?Â (Didn’t read Cry For Justice, did you?)Â DC has announced two new books for 2010 that examine the fallout from the Justice League: Cry for Justice storyline.
Written by J.T. Krul: JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE RISE AND FALL #1, will bridges the gap between JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICAÂ and the upcoming JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE RISE OF ARSENAL four-issue mini-series. Concurrently, readers of the ongoing GREEN ARROW series will deal with the fallout in a storyline titled â€œThe Fall of Green Arrow,â€ starting with issue #31.
â€œI was super fortunate to be able to play a role in BLACKEST NIGHT, and I have to say Iâ€™m even more excited â€” if thatâ€™s possible â€” about being able to take on Roy Harper and Green Arrow as their stories spill out of Cry For Justice. James has been building to a monster climax in his book, and no two characters will be as changed as much as Roy and Ollie. And, the story isnâ€™t even over yet. The title RISE and FALL says it all in terms of where these characters are headed. Itâ€™s going to be a dark and tragic road for both them and Iâ€™m hoping readers will be hooked by where Ollie and Roy come out in the end.â€
And here I thought Black Canary and Green Arrow were living happily ever after following last year’s big wedding event…
You can read more of J.T. Krul’s interview at IGN.