We've had a lot of fun showing off behind-the-scenes material from artists Jock and Francesco Francavilla from their current classic-in-the-making run on Detective Comics with Scott Snyder.
In the second part of "Hungry City", Batman plunges deeper into the mystery surrounding the brutal murder of a young woman whose body was found in the belly of a killer whale. But his detective skills lead him into a deadly trap set in motion by some of the Gotham underworld's newest and most fearsome players - including a slippery gun runner with titanium legs.
Scott Snyder and Jock's DETECTIVE COMICS #877 is on sale tomorrow.
[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
This summer, New York Times best-selling writer Scott Snyder collaborates with acclaimed writer Kyle Higgins and artist Trevor McCarthy for BATMAN: GATES OF GOTHAM, a five-part miniseries exploring historic Gotham City and its many dark secrets.
Here on THE SOURCE we spend a lot of time talking to writers about where they get their ideas; we also have the pleasure of showing off a lot of pieces of process artwork from our many talented artists. These are nice peeks behind the scenes, but we sometimes overlook the important process that happens in between these two steps. How does the writer work with the artist to put together a cohesive comic story?