I dunno how many of you have sisters, but when mine was a teenager, she was, as they say, hell on wheels. Always getting into trouble, always getting into fights (usually more with her friends than with her enemies), always managing to outthink authority figures (be they cops or parents), always hanging with a questionable crowd, always a new piercing or tattoo – just drama at every turn, and usually of her own making. Nowadays she’s a morally upright citizen. She’s got a dog and a cat, a boyfriend and she even just completed jury duty! But back then? Hell. On. Wheels.
Throughout the course of San Diego Comic-Con, be sure to stop by the DC Entertainment booth to see some of your favorite artists doing drawing demonstrations on stage. Artists Jim Lee, Francis Manapul, Cully Hamner, David Finch, Mark Buckingham, Rafael Albuquerque, Chris Burnham, Nicola Scott, Bernard Chang, Jill Thompson, Art Baltazar and Franco will be inviting fans into their artistic processes as they show them how they draw all the art you see in comic books every Wednesday. THURSDAY, JULY 21ST 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
1) Alien menaces 2) Mysterious underwater creatures 3) Unexpected visitors from other worlds 4) An unsolved kidnapping 5) An international special forces team 6) All of the above Think you know the answer? Find out this October when the second issues of the Justice League and Young Justice group titles in DC Comics’ The New 52 are published.
(The cover for DC UNIVERSE PRESENTS #1 by Ryan Sook)
Guy Gardner is headed home for a little R&R when he’s ordered to make a pit stop to help the beautiful Arcadian Dignitary Yul from a Kreuvian attack. But some things are never as easy as they seem. GREEN LANTERN EMERALD WARRIORS #11 by Peter Tomasi and artist Bernard Chang is available this Wednesday. Head over to COMIC BOOK RESOURCES for an exclusive preview.
On Tuesday, we made the announcement in USA Today that DC was undertaking a historic renumbering of 52 superhero titles across the line, starting with JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 by our superstar creators Geoff Johns and Jim Lee.
Bernard Chang's done some great work on books like WONDER WOMAN and SUPERMAN over the years, but he's been straight up killing it on his most recent gig as an ongoing artist for SUPERGIRL. We asked Bernard to walk us through his artist process and how he creates the stunning art currently appearing in the pages of SUPERGIRL:
Supergirl has faced off against her fair share of villains – Metallo, Clayface, and oh, some guy who goes by Darkseid, to name a few. But with the introduction of a new foe in SUPERGIRL #62, an enemy that promises to unleash havoc, Kara must be prepared for what could be one of her most dangerous battles yet. Written by James Peaty and featuring art by Bernard Chang and Blond, SUPERGIRL #62 flies into stands tomorrow.[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
Super villains are appearing out of thin air, ambushing the DC Universe’s young heroes. There’s a new smart phone app that let’s users photograph and track superheroes. Could there be a connection? Kara takes a page out of Lois Lane’s book and begins to investigate in SUPERGIRL #61, by James Peaty and series regular Bernard Chang, on sale February 16. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]