Yesterday, we announced a week of giveaways in honor of reaching one million followers on Twitter. We told you the prizes would be must-haves for any DC Comics fan. Well, today we kick things off right with a copy of ABSOLUTE BATMAN, INCORPORATED.
The first issue of John Rozum and Frazer Irving’s XOMBI arrived to a lot of great reviews from the comics press. What did the critics have to say about XOMBI #1?
Here’s a sampling...
I'm so excited to have artist Chris Burnham become a permanent part of the Batman group. As soon as Chris helped out on a few pages in BATMAN & ROBIN #16, we knew we had someone special in our hands. Chris brings a unique look to Batman-it's difficult to define his style or compare him to others-he's truly an artist in an area all of his own. Readers will be amazed at the artwork he provided for BATMAN, INC. #4 ... and he's already hard at work on issues #6 and #7![gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
The Joker's cut a bloody path through Britain's heroes, hauling a reluctant Jarvis Poker in tow for a front-row view of the carnage. It's up to Knight and Squire to figure out who is really behind these mysterious murders before another hero is taken as a victim.
Read the exciting conclusion to Paul Cornell & Jimmy Broxton's acclaimed miniseries when KNIGHT & SQUIRE #6 hits stores next week!
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A new status quo. Those words are thrown around, a lot, in the comic book industry. But that’s exactly what New York Times bestselling writer Grant Morrison and team have created with BATMAN, INC.
Bruce Wayne has extended Batman’s mission—and brand—globally.
So far, we’ve met England’s Knight & Squire, Mr. Unknown (the Batman of Japan) and El Gaucho from Argentina's Batman. Judging from this advance look at Yanick Paquette’s gorgeous art from an upcoming issue of BATMAN, INCORPORATED, the international action and intrigue are only ramping up in the coming months.
It’s that time again folks – your chance to peek into the future of the Dark Knight. A future which is pretty bright, actually. What’s in store? Well, we’ve given you a sense of it over the last few weeks: BATMAN INC., THE DARK KNIGHT, BATMAN AND ROBIN, BATWOMAN and DETECTIVE COMICS will be launching or sporting new creative teams this month. Click below for the specifics and a ton of new art.
It’s been a pretty frenetic and fun week for the Dark Knight so far, but why stop now? So far, we’ve heard a lot about BATMAN INC., the new ongoing series kicking off in November, from writer Grant Morrison. But what of artist Yanick Paquette?
Well, ask no more. Here’s a peek at the first cover to BATMAN INC., and it’s a stunner.