And Mark Chiarello knows this. So, as is our habit, we cornered the DC Art Director to pick out some covers from our coming September books to show them off here. Less talk. More art. Happy Friday. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
Earlier today, we gave you a look at the first issue of BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #1. Nice, huh? But did you know Paul Dini's writing two monthly books featuring Batman and his world? Well, he is. And GOTHAM CITY SIRENS features Dini's work on some of the most striking femme fatales in Gotham, namely Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. Click below to check out some of lovely Guillem March artwork from the first issue, which hits 6/24. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
There's a new Batman patrolling the streets of Gotham City -- how do the police, criminals and Joe Citizen react? How do the denizens of Gotham City feel about the new vigilante? Can he control the criminal element as effectively as Bruce Wayne?
In a few short days, the final chapter of BATTLE FOR THE COWL hits the stands and the entire world will learn the identity of the new Batman. It’s a journey long in the making and it’s hard to believe all the hard work from all of our creators is finally paying off on the printed page. But we’re not wasting any time resting on our butts. Nope, we’re diving straight into the next exciting phase of the Dark Knight’s life, an era which reflects the new world order for Gotham City and its favorite protector--BATMAN REBORN.
Last week, we showed off some interiors from the first issue of BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM. That went over well, so why not pull back the curtain a bit and let you take a look at artist Dustin Nguyen's creative process? Here's the cover to BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #2, plus some prelim sketches for said cover.
Two titles that were initially announced at this year's New York Comic-Con are heading closer to being in your hands. In an effort to make you long for those issues all the more, we're debuting a look at the covers to the second issues of BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM and GOTHAM CITY SIRENS, both from writer Paul Dini and artists Dustin Nguyen and Guillem March, respectively.