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! [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
From Superman vs. Muhammad Ali to even stranger appearances such as Orson Welles and John Walsh, celebrities have a long tradition of showing up in the DC Universe. This year won't be any different, as British comedian and television host Jonathan Ross will appear in next months’ KNIGHT & SQUIRE #5. Here are a few words about Mr. Ross's cameo from the Knight & Squire creative team:
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 may or may not be good to be the King, but it's definitely an amazing time to be a Batman fan. Month in and month out, the writers and artists are knocking out some great books with a truly distinctive look and feel to them. Take Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton's wry, action packed mini-series KNIGHT AND SQUIRE: it's funny, playful and, in just two issues, the series has introduced a slew of memorable and quirky new villains.
In this second issue from the team of writer Paul Cornell and artist Jimmy Broxton, our trusty heroes venture into rural England – or as they know it, home. But when someone starts using dangerous dark magic, they spring into action only to face a surprising and unassuming enemy. Can they take down a powerful magical enemy with their usual wit and charm? Let’s hope so. KNIGHT AND SQUIRE #2 hits Wednesday. [gallery link="file"]
Our spotlight on all things BATMAN AND ROBIN continues and concludes today, with a special peek inside the mind of Grant Morrison, as the writer guides us through the various amazing new characters that first appeared in the second volume of BATMAN AND ROBIN, which hits stands in comic shops tomorrow as a DELUXE EDITION. Take it away, Grant. Squire and Knight
I interrupt my usual DC Nation-ness to bring you, the DC Comics reader, a very important announcement: The comics shipping this month are freaking awesome! I know you're thinking "But Ian, the comics are awesome every month!" and you're totally right - they are - but this month features so many special items I wanted to make sure that you were perfectly clear on the degree of amazing we've got going on. Throughout October we are bringing you specials, new projects, new formats, new beginnings, and much more.
You’ve heard from Paul Cornell and K&S Editor Janelle Siegel. You’ve seen a few pages. But why not check out a few more from the first issue of writer Cornell and artist Jimmy Broxton’s mini-series, which hits tomorrow? Hop across the Atlantic and visit a city with its own duo of crime-fighters much like Batman and Robin – but not.