This winter, The Joker is on the loose and is seeking revenge against the Bat-family in the acclaimed comic book event, “Death of the Family.”
Fans have already seen the beginning of this crossover’s impact on series such as BATMAN, BATGIRL, CATWOMAN, and SUICIDE SQUAD. This week, another title will feel the consequences of the Clown Prince of Crime’s bloody return to Gotham City: DETECTIVE COMICS #15.
This month, DC Comics will release its next batch of Annuals. These special oversized issues will not only build off of the events in their respective series, but will also greatly impact the expanding DC Universe. Every day this week on THE SOURCE, we’ve be putting individual spotlights on each of these Annual issues by talking to various writers, artists, and editors to give you special sneak peeks at what’s to come!
This fall, John Layman (CHEW) will be writing DETECTIVE COMICS. And joining him to tell his twisted stories about the Dark Knight will be fan-favorite artist Jason Fabok. So what’s in store for DC Comics’ flagship title? We asked the duo to shed some light on what fans can expect from their collaboration.
All week, we’ve been telling you about the exciting array of Annuals that’ll be coming your way this August.
Earlier this year, we told you that BATMAN #8 will feature the first of a series of back-up stories exploring the dark history of the Court of Owls, the mysterious and malevolent secret society wreaking havoc upon Gotham City.
The DC offices may be closed for the week but that doesn’t mean we don’t want to celebrate the holidays with you and thank you for an incredible year. Each day on THE SOURCE this week, we’ll be revealing covers of various eighth issues from DC COMICS-THE NEW 52.
Today, check out the exclusive debut of the cover for DEATHSTROKE #8 by Jason Fabok.
With Etrigan the Demon fooled into thinking that Lady Blaze is his ally, he’ll stop at nothing to bring The Dark Knight down. Can Batman convince Etrigan that he has loyalties confused? And what about Dawn Golden? When she revealed her dark past, Batman knew it would be no easy feat to keep her protected. But when her father returns from the dead to use his daughter as the key in his plans for truly raising from the grave, Batman will need to recruit Etrigan to save Dawn before it’s too late.