A look inside a BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM cover

Not long ago, we checked in with GOTHAM CITY SIRENS artist Guillem March to get some insight into his creative process when it comes to creating cover artwork for the series. The post worked so well, we thought it'd be cool to check in with another Bat-artist. This time, we got some notes from none other than Dustin Nguyen, artist on BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM. Take it away, Dustin:

More April 2010: Batman solicits

Why stop with BRIGHTEST DAY, right? Click below for a look at all the Batman-related titles shipping in April, including BATMAN AND ROBIN, STREETS OF GOTHAM, BATGIRL and OUTSIDERS.

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BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM — MADNESS HC

Advance-solicited • On sale June 23 • 112 pg, FC, $19.99 US

Take a sneak peek at April's BRIGHTEST DAY solicit info

It's that time again -- solicitation. Where we showcase some covers and tease-worthy text about product coming your way. Today we've got a slice of the solicitations for April in-store. Specifically, all things BRIGHTEST DAY.

So, click below for the full rundown of covers and text.

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The FIRST WAVE expands in April

Did you think we’d run out of news after two weeks of DCU in 2010?

No such luck, Source crew. In fact, we’ve got two new ongoing books to unveil, both hitting in April.

You’re all familiar with FIRST WAVE, right? The pulp-y, neo-noir epic from writer Brian Azzarello and artist Rags Morales hits in March and brings readers into a world where the Batman, Doc Savage, the Spirit and many more hard-boiled heroes stand side by side.

DCU IN 2010: WHAT’S THE NEXT WEEKLY SERIES?

What a week, huh? From BRIGHTEST DAY to a new LEGION ongoing series, we’ve rolled out a truckload of news to keep fans chatting for at least the next hour or so. But there’s more. Seriously.

History was made in the DCU a few years back with the launch of 52, a weekly, year-long series filling in the gap of time between INFINITE CRISIS and ONE YEAR LATER. Since then, the weekly series has been a staple for the DCU. So what could we possibly do to keep the things fresh and exciting?

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