Just woke up and yeesh, it's early here on the west coast. Just so you guys know, I'll be up in the air with a few of my DC colleagues heading back to NY. But don't fret. We've got a preview of the next issue of BATMAN AND ROBIN coming first thing tomorrow, though. See you then.
We continue our spotlight on writer Grant Morrison and artists Frank Quitely and Philip Tan's BATMAN AND ROBIN: BATMAN REBORN Deluxe Edition this week with a look at the cover to issues #3-6, in the words of Grant. Swing back tomorrow for a look at the process behind redesigning the dynamic duo and more. ISSUE THREE
Today, the first collected volume of Grant Morrison's epic BATMAN AND ROBIN series hits comic shops in the form of BATMAN AND ROBIN: BATMAN REBORN, the Deluxe Edition. To commemorate the event, we're spotlighting the series this week with comments and artwork from the creators that made the collection possible -- Morrison and artist Frank Quitely and Philip Tan.
Grant Morrison and artist Andy Clarke continue to roll in the second part of the “Batman vs. Robin” arc, as the Dynamic Duo fight it out in the ultimate death duel. But what happens when Damian’s mother Talia sends out an old enemy to finish the job her young son couldn’t stomach? BATMAN AND ROBIN #11 hits 4/7. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
You’ve seen the covers. You’ve seen a few of the variants. You’ve seen the character sketches. Now it’s time for more. Specifically, a few black and white pages from the first issue, put on the page by the highy-talented Chris Sprouse and Karl Story. Can you say Caveman Batman? Sure. Well, now you can see him, too. [gallery link="file"]