Last month, we showed you a few penciled pages from superstar artist Tony Daniel, who as you all know, is taking over the writing and artistic duties on BATMAN. But why stop there? We managed to wrangle a few final, colored pages from the Bat-office this morning and we're itching to show them. So, here goes. Enjoy. [gallery link="file"]
Superboy is back and he's enlisting one of his oldest friends, Tim Drake, formerly known as Robin. Tim's now traveling the globe as Red Robin. But the reunion isn't all hugs and smiles, as secrets Tim has kept from the Boy of Steel could endanger their very friendship. Join writer Geoff Johns and artist Francis Manapul as they continue to chronicle the adventures (get it?) of Connor Kent. ADVENTURE COMICS #3 hits 10/14. [gallery link="file"]
Last weekend, we broke the news that Dan DiDio and artist Philip Tan would be taking on the creative reins of THE OUTSIDERS. We even had a nice piece of Tan art. Well, now we've got the finished piece, which will be the cover to the team's first issue, OUTSIDERS #26, hitting in January. So, why wait? Click away, friends.
If you've been reading BLACKEST NIGHT: TITANS (and there's no reason to miss it, I say), then you know the once dearly-departed Terra plays a big role. So, it makes perfect sense to bring aboard writer/artist George Pérez to put pencil to paper for the cover to the mini's final issue. Doubly cool? The artistic master plays homage to his own work, namely, the cover to NEW TEEN TITANS #30. But enough bluster. We caught up with BLACKEST NIGHT: TITANS editor Brian Cunningham to get more details on the cover, plus the cover itself (and its inspiration) below. Take it away, Brian:
Damian behind bars? Red Robin surrounded? Batman facing off against two new foes? This batch of covers, featuring the artistic stylings of J.H. Williams III, Tony Daniel, Dustin Nguyen and Marcus To, is light on answers but big on questions. But isn't that what they're for? Take a few minutes from your day and peruse the January covers for BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM, DETECTIVE COMICS, BATMAN and RED ROBIN, won't you? [gallery link="file"]
Hello from...well I'm actually not sure where I am right now. Somewhere deep in the Valley in LA at a coffee shop. I've driven so much in the last 24 hours that I can't believe that it's all been in only one state. Everything is crusing along though and it's great to hear how into the DCU everybody is right now. That includes the person I'm sitting with as I type this. They are a writer that has never done anything for the DCU, but that is gonna change in 2010. Wanna try and guess? Well here is a hint: This is a picture of their iced tea. Pretty amazing hint, huh?
It's the middle of the week, and you can almost taste the weekend, huh? So, what better way to expedite things than a lovely piece of Phil Noto artwork? Here's the cover to January's BATGIRL #6, which from what I can tell, will feature a certain Dynamic Duo crossing paths with the new Batgirl. Doesn't look like it'll be a pleasant exchange either.
Good morning DC Nation, although I'm guessing it'll be afternoon by the time most of you read this. I'm working my way through LA meeting with our writers and artists to discuss what's coming up in your favorite books for 2010.
Hex has been betrayed and stands alone as he takes on Quentin Turnbull's gang of bounty hunters! But Hex is at his best when he's got no one watching his back. "The Six Gun War" barrels towards next month's bloody conclusion! Scroll down for a few pages from JONAH HEX #48, which hits tomorrow. [gallery]
Remember Mento? Yeah, that guy – goofy helmet, lightning bolt on his chest. After reading this issue, it's a sure bet you won't forget him again any time soon. Oh yeah, and the resolution of that whole "black hole" thing from last issue adds a kinda-sorta new member to the Doom Patrol roster. As for everyone's favorite Metal Men, it's the dynamic debut of Douglas, Robot Hunter! [gallery]