We’ve got a simple good news/bad news situation for you all this morning. Bad news: Artist Cameron Stewart won’t be handling the art chores on the fourth issue of BATMAN: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE. We’ll have more Cameron news, however, in the coming months, so — as usual — keep it locked here at The Source. So, wait. That’s not bad news at all.
Writer Grant Morrison and artist Cameron Stewart conclude their epic tale, and with only months under his belt as Batman, will Dick Grayson faces perhaps the biggest threat of his life? In hopes of attaining his heart's desire, has Dick instead unleashed a terror the likes of which the world has never seen? BATMAN AND ROBIN #9 hits 2/24. [gallery link="file"]
Did the RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE covers from Friday sate your hunger for Batman news? We didn't think so. Luckily, BATMAN AND ROBIN double-ships this month, and the creative team supreme of Grant Morrison and artist Cameron Stewart continue the "Blackest Knight" storyline with #8.
So, new comic book day is almost over. Did you get a chance to swing by the shop? If not, you really should. It's a busy week for the DCU, with a ton of books shipping, and lots of stuff happening in said book. One title featuring some major shakeups is BATMAN AND ROBIN #7, which kicks off an arc that teams artist Cameron Stewart with regular writer Grant Morrison.
Yesterday, we showed off a page from BATMAN AND ROBIN #7 -- and it was a doozy. But why stop there? We've got the first five pages from the issue here, courtesy of the superstar team of writer Grant Morrison and artist Cameron Stewart. BATMAN AND ROBIN #7 hits tomorrow. Swing back later tomorrow for a closer look at the issue. [gallery link="file"]
And, if we know, you’ll soon find out. Usually. But before we go ahead and give you the news, we want to remind you that superstar artist Cameron Stewart is locked and loaded as the artist on BATMAN AND ROBIN for three issues, the first one of which hits next month. We’ve been super-careful about showing any art until the perfect time – now.
Well, a ton, dear Source reader. Too much to capably sum up in one blog post. It's also way too early to give too much away. But, we can showcase some of the lovely artwork gracing the covers of the Bat-titles hitting in February, featuring the talents of Frank Quitely, Dustin Nguyen, Phil Noto and many more. So, take another bite of your lunch and look 'em over. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]