Well, a little more, at least. We’re not going to spoil the party right away and tell you who’s behind the mask. Heck, it might be someone you’ve never met before. Or it might not.
But, we can give you the lowdown on who the creators on this new ongoing will be. First up, the series will be written by Bryan Q. Miller, who is no stranger to superheroics, having done some writing for a little show called “Smallville.” Miller will also be penning a three-issue arc of TEEN TITANS, starting in July.
On art, we have Lee Garbett, who’s been doing a bang-up job as the regular artist on THE OUTSIDERS. Just wait until you see his interpretation of Batgirl — definitely a post for another day. He’ll be teaming with inker Trevor Scott.
And, for those of you kind folks chiming in on the comments, the cover artist is none other than Phil Noto, who did up the shiny piece of art you see above.
From this guy's imdb entry... looks like the only things he's done are three episodes of Smallville.
"Smallville" (3 episodes, 2008-2009)
- Hex (2009) TV episode (written by)
At Chloe's birthday party, a mysterious woman named Zatanna, offers to grant Chloe one wish and the next morning, Chloe wakes up transformed into Lois Lane. With the real Lois out of the country, Chloe teams up with Clark to find the mysterious sorceress to find a way to reverse the hex spell. Meanwhile, Zatanna approaches Oliver to ask for his help to recover an ancient book of magic which she plans to use to resurrect her dead father.
- Bulletproof (2009) TV episode (writer)
Clark discovers John Jones was shot while working as a police officer, so Clark dons the uniform and goes undercover to find the culprit. Meanwhile, Lana confronts Tess and tells her Lex isn't the man she thinks he is. Lana's shocking news forces Tess to reevaluate her position as the head of Luthorcorp.
- Committed (2008) TV episode (written by)
After Chloe and Jimmy's engagement party at the Talon, they are both abducted by a mysterious man who kidnaps various couples and forces them to prove their love though a series of tests. Clark and Lois, investigating the abductions, decide to go undercover themselves as a couple to catch the thug, only to both end up as captives themselves when Clark is rendered powerless with Kryptonite. Meanwhile, Oliver seeks to rekindle his lost romance with Tess, only to discover that she no longer has any romantic feelings for him, or any moral feelings at all.
For legality... I have no idea what this is. Thanks, google!