After only two days in stores, NIGHTWING #8 has already sold out and will be going back to press for its second printing. Written by New York Times bestselling author Kyle Higgins and illustrated by fan favorite artist Eddy Barrows, the issue is a prelude to the expansive “Night of the Owls” crossover, following in the wake of the startling revelation that Dick Grayson himself had been selected as one of the Owls’ Talons.
Take an exclusive first look at the variant cover for THE FLASH #9!
(Penciled by Tony Daniel, inked by Sandu Florea and colored by Tomeu Morey)
Who are The Others and what is their link to Arthur Curry’s past? This week’s new issue of AQUAMAN continues the story that began last month and that promises to show us what kept Aquaman busy before he joined the Justice League.
Take an exclusive first look at Frank Quitely's variant cover for BATMAN, INCORPORATED #1!
“Working with Jeff Lemire was such a pleasure. He's able to give his characters real human qualities. Both he and Travel Foreman created such an amazingly crazy world in the regular series that I was able to draw a great amount of inspiration from.”
"In lots of ways I'm thinking of this as a completely different project to my previous work on ANIMAL MAN. A book takes on the personality of its author and that partnership colours your approach to the art. Jeff's wild creatures and dark fantasy, coupled with the move to the DC Universe have made this ANIMAL MAN a faster, pacier book, but still with the family at the heart of it-which is great.
Two high profile trials are currently underway. One involves former Yankee pitcher Roger Clemens and his alleged lies to Congress about using steroids. The other involves former Senator and presidential candidate John Edwards and his use of campaign funds to hide an affair and love child. Two men. Two very different professions. And yet one can’t help but notice…
It’s going to be a rainy week here in New York City. But here at the DC Entertainment offices in midtown Manhattan, it’s easy to forget about the gray skies and dark clouds when we’re surrounded by so much bright artwork and comic book décor.
“If there's one thing my adult pro self wanted out of DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, it was a return to the days of Infinite Earths. And it starts here. Jim designed the coolest costumes and it was a hoot of a sandbox to play in for a few hours. They are still Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, though, but that was always the fun, wasn't it? The same but different. My eight-year son got a real kick out of me drawing this, just like my eight-year old self would have!”