Who is Red Robin, exactly? We're not going to just up and spoil that here, gentle reader. But we will show you some Ramon Bachs interiors from the first issue of the new ongoing series, launching in June, written by Chris Yost. Plus a nift Francis Manapul cover. All you need to know -- for now -- is that this Red Robin knows a thing or two about taking the fight to the streets. Don't take my word for it, though. RED ROBIN #1 hits 6/10. [gallery link="file"]
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.
Batwoman isn't the only lady trying to fill the void left by Batman's disappearance in the pages of DETECTIVE COMICS -- Rene Montoya, i.e. The Question, joins the series as an ongoing co-feature starting this June in the pages of DETECTIVE COMICS #854, from writer Greg Rucka and artist Cully Hamner. Until now, we've only seen a few of Cully's design sketches. But we've got a few inked pages to show off his work right here. [gallery link="file"]
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.
The headline says it all. Welcome to our little piece of Internet real estate. I know, I know -- you've clicked the link and are already wondering just what you've gotten yourself into. Well, allow me a moment to give you the quick DC Universe: The Source 101 -- after which you can feel free to dive into the pile of goodies we've got up on the page already. There's plenty to look through, and more to come.