Francis Manapul's made a name for himself with his energetic linework and exciting layouts in the pages of ADVENTURE COMICS, and he kicks it up a notch with THE FLASH -- presenting a sleek and modern Central City that is both reverential to the past and modernized.
Two cases collide as Batman inches closer to finding a missing socialite while Batwoman uncovers a gruesome new villain. All the blood and battling comes courtesy of writer Greg Rucka and artist Jock.
DETECTIVE COMICS #862 hits Wednesday.
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If that lengthy preview this morning wasn't enough for you, then we have another piece of lovely art to make Friday all the more fun.
Courtesy of cover artist extraordinaire J.G. Jones, here's a peek at The Bat-Man, from the cover to FIRST WAVE #3. And for those of you that missed it the first time, we've included Lee Bermejo's lovely FIRST WAVE #3 variant.
In a world without super powers, there are still those men and women who merit the name "hero."
In the long shadow of The War and amidst the rubble of a shattered world, humanity's last hope may be a handful of masked vigilantes with only their fists and wits at their disposal against a shadowy cabal known only as The Golden Tree.
The Hundred-Minute War is upon us -- but what does it mean for Superman and his allies? Well, a superhuman war fought at superspeed can only mean things will get all the more destructive -- and deadly.
Just got off the phone with Brian. He’s gotta make a few simple adjustments on the next FIRST WAVE script.
• Gotta call Rags Morales. Let him know everybody in the office is slapping me on the back for the looks of the first issue, as if I drew it. Might as well ring him up and share the, er, credit.
• Gotta call Nei Ruffino, same reason.
What better way to get through a Friday? As we teased a few days ago, we’ve got the inks for Jim Lee’s cover to ICONS: The DC Comics & WildStorm Art of Jim Lee, featuring the work of inker Scott Williams. Some of you may have seen the pencils already, but we’re including them here, too, as you can never go wrong with more Jim Lee art.
Sounds like a plan to me, folks. Here it is, masterfully presented by Mr. Frank, who continues to amaze fans with his rendition of the Man of Steel in SUPERMAN: SECRET ORIGIN.