We showed you the cover yesterday, but we’ve got another enticing extra from the upcoming October Absolute collection of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s epic ALL STAR SUPERMAN run. Namely, an engaging and essential from famed designer and author Chip Kidd. Click below for the full text.
NO TIME TO LOSE.
This week is all about celebrating the Man of Steel and the many creators and eras he’s been involved with.
And we’d be remiss if we didn’t include writer Grant Morrison and artist Frank Quitely’s epic, emotional and classic run on ALL STAR SUPERMAN.
But why re-hash the obvious when we can bring out something new? Namely, a beautiful new image of Superman that will grace the cover of the Absolute Edition of ALL STAR SUPERMAN, which hits in October?
Far from it, gang. As you saw last week, we unveiled a handful of beautiful variant covers by some of the biggest artists in the industry, all to commemorate DC’s 75th anniversary.
And when it comes to masterful covers, you can’t go wrong with Gil Kane. Doubly so if it’s a Gil Kane Green Lantern cover, like the one below, #52:
Who is the Domino Killer? And, more importantly, will the Dynamic Duo find their way out of the "Batman vs. Robin" story arc from writer Grant Morrison and artist Andy Clarke? Your questions are answered, plus a surprising return. What more could you ask for?
BATMAN AND ROBIN #12 hits 5/5.
Still recovering from that Cassaday image? Understandable. So are we. But we've got two more images that'll help get you to Tuesday with a smile on your face. Specifically, Andy Clarke's variant to BATMAN AND ROBIN #12 and Aaron Lopresti's WAR OF THE SUPERMEN #1 cover.