Whether hero or villain, everyone has an origin story. In BATMAN BEYOND #8, writer Adam Beechen and artists Chris Batista and Rich Perotta weave together the never-before-told full tale of the misunderstood anti-hero Inque. When a young girl is torn apart by personal tragedy, she does not turn onto the path of justice like her nemesis Batman once did. Instead, she channels her suffering into an involuntary transformation that results in her becoming a member of Gotham’s criminal underbelly.
With only a limited amount of time left before more innocent blood is shed, the Bat-Team must find The Architect and diffuse the bomb that will drown half of Gotham City. But even when he is found, how will The Architect be persuaded to not go through with his sinister plan? It’ll be up to Batman to figure out the answers from an artifact that dates back to 1800s Gotham …
Earlier this morning, you saw Travel Foreman’s pencilled art for pages #9-12 of ANIMAL MAN #1. Below, see how he layered ink over these pages to provide new depth to the visual elements of the book. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone but everyone is still buzzing from all of the teases about and sneak peeks of DC Comics-The New 52. There was a ton of coverage out there but we thought we’d highlight some of the most interesting coverage.
One of the many exciting parts of DC Comics-The New 52 is that all titles will be released both in comic book stores and digitally at the same time. As part of this day-and-date plan, JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 will also be available in a combo back edition, polybagged with a redemption code for a digital download of the issue upon purchase. Below, take a look at the cover for this special edition.
It’s already August which means that we’re less than a handful of weeks away from the launch of DC Comics-The New 52 with Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s JUSTICE LEAGUE #1, in stores August 31st. Throughout the day today, we’ll be debuting four different versions of the cover to JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 on THE SOURCE, ranging from an array of variants to the digital combo pack edition. Below, check out the final standard cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams.
This week on THE SOURCE, we’ll be providing a behind-the-scenes look at the making of one of the upcoming titles from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, the highly anticipated ANIMAL MAN. Today, we’re going to kick off these posts by showing you highlights from Jeff Lemire’s original proposal for the series. Keep in mind that this is not the entire proposal and that some of the information has been redacted, but there are spoilers nonetheless. So if you want your reading experience to be spoiler free, please stop reading now.
When Wonder Woman discovers that someone has stolen her identity and is using her name to commit acts of evil, she’ll have no choice but to confront her in battle. But can she stop this criminal look-a-like before her name is completely slandered?