Last week, we showed you an exclusive preview of BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #14. In this special holiday issue, a rabbi explains the story of Chanukah to Batman and Ragman. To celebrate Chanukah kicking off at sundown today, enjoy another sneak peek at the issue below as we show how the rabbi’s retelling of the story is depicted in the issue.
One of my favorite perks about working in the comic book industry is seeing the process at which stories and art evolve. Being in the Publicity department, I get to look at black and white copies of the pencils and inks that artists do before they’re sent for coloring and ultimately to the printer to appear in the book form you’re used to picking up every Wednesday.
Aww yeah, babysitting! When Bumblebee wants to earn her babysitting patch, Mrs. Atom offers to help. Together, they’ll watch the kids of the Justice League while their parents are off saving the world. But when all the kids get lost when they go on a field trip to Metropolis to buy ice cream, Bumblebee learns that getting her babysitting patch may be harder than it seemed. TINY TITANS #47 comes from the Eisner Award-winning creative team of Art Baltazar and Franco. Look for the issue in stores on Wednesday.
The wait is over. From critically acclaimed writer Grant Morrison, the first season of BATMAN INCORPORATED concludes this Wednesday with a giant-sized one-shot – BATMAN INCORPORATED: LEVIATHAN STRIKES! In the thrilling climax, secrets are revealed – but more questions arise as Batman comes closer and closer to uncovering the truth behind the Leviathan’s identity.
Looking for the perfect gift for the Grant Morrison fan on your list? Well, look no further. Here are a few of Morrison’s newest comic books that are guaranteed to delight. ACTION COMICS issues #1-4 Newly launched as part of DC Comics-The New 52, ACTION COMICS, with art by Rags Morales and Rick Bryant, features Superman as the new guy in town, and the people of Metropolis are none to pleased with their new champion.
"I was saddened to hear of the passing of Eduardo Barreto. His work helped to chart the course of many DC Comics' characters, from Superman to the New Teen Titans. Personally, I was a fan of his work from his time here at DC Comics." - Dan DiDio, Co-Publisher, DC Entertainment
“Joe Simon was a true legend in the comic book industry. So much of what we are today is owed to him and his amazing creativity. In addition to one of the great writers of the Golden Age, he was also an editor at DC Comics. We appreciate all of his contributions to DC Comics and the industry as a whole, both on the page and behind the scenes.” – Dan DiDio, Co-Publisher, DC Entertainment