Grant Morrison and artist Philip Tan kick out the jams with the shocking conclusion fo "The Revenge of the Red Hood." Gotham's newest "protector" reveals his identity to Batman -- and surprisingly poses a heart-stopping question to nim about the future of Bruce Wayne. And, can Robin escape the clutches of Scarlet? Unclear, folks. But we do have a few pages for you to scan before the issue hits. BATMAN AND ROBIN #6 hits 11/11. [gallery link="file"]
On Tuesday, we showed you a prelim cover to OUTSIDERS #27, by Mr. Philip Tan. If you didn't make with the click then, please do so now. I'll wait. I have some emails to check and so forth. OK, cool right? Well, we've got the inked cover for you to drool over now, too. See? Great things can get even better.
In the spirit of my favorite time of the year…here are a few things that scare me. THE FLAMINGO. This guy has death and danger written all over him. He rides a motorcycle and rips people’s faces off for fun. Oh yeah, and to top it all off, he’s dressed head-to-toe in pink. What’s not to be afraid of? If Batman & Robin thought they had their hands full with Red Hood & Scarlet, well, they haven’t seen anything yet. Check out the Flamingo in all of his pink and face-ripping glory in BATMAN & ROBIN #6.
Last weekend, we broke the news that Dan DiDio and artist Philip Tan would be taking on the creative reins of THE OUTSIDERS. We even had a nice piece of Tan art. Well, now we've got the finished piece, which will be the cover to the team's first issue, OUTSIDERS #26, hitting in January. So, why wait? Click away, friends.
Way to go Long Beach! I just got back up to LA from the first Long Beach Comic Con and I had a blast. The show was great, the fans were great, the guest list was great and the weather was great.
Announced today at the Long Beach Comic Con, DC's Executive Editor Dan DiDio will be taking over the reigns of The Outsiders with star artist Philip Tan on pencils. Here are a few words from Dan himself:
The day is winding down, and you're looking for something on the web to help pass the time. How about some Philip Tan BATMAN AND ROBIN #6 art? Not enough? We'll thrown in some Tony Daniel art for BATMAN #693 plus Jock's take on AZRAEL #2? [gallery link="file"]