The headline's true. After a lengthy and impressive run on WONDER WOMAN, writer Gail Simone is moving on to other projects.
What better way to get through a Friday? As we teased a few days ago, we’ve got the inks for Jim Lee’s cover to ICONS: The DC Comics & WildStorm Art of Jim Lee, featuring the work of inker Scott Williams. Some of you may have seen the pencils already, but we’re including them here, too, as you can never go wrong with more Jim Lee art. I also suggest you take a few minutes to check out Jim’s unused ICONS cover, posted earlier.
I wanted to follow the Co-Publisher's blog with a more personal update of my own creative work. For fans of my art--fear not, drawing comic books is actually a part of my new job description, and I actually plan on increasing the frequency of which you will be seeing my work. It’s important to me not only on a personal level that I continue with a hand in the actual creation of new comics but also for a broader mission.
Writer Gail Simone and artists Chris Batista and Fernando Dagnino present a knock-down, drag-out war in the sky between the mightiest females in the DC Universe as Wonder Woman fights Power Girl – need I say more?
WONDER WOMAN #41 hits 2/24.
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The holidays are in full swing, and with that in mind, we decided it'd be nice of us to unveil a few more March covers, all of which will hit later today. Take a look at upcoming covers for WONDER WOMAN, SECRET SIX, DOOM PATROL, JONAH HEX, BOOSTER GOLD and more below.
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The headline says it all. Take it away, Dan:
The results are in!
We realize you're probably scrambling to get everything done in time to jet out of work early and get on with your Thanksgiving, but why not take a moment to look at some lovely BLACKEST NIGHT: WONDER WOMAN #1 artwork from Nicola Scott, who's pairing with writer Greg Rucka on the three-issue mini-series. See? We knew you'd come around.
Wonder Woman's world is turned upside-down as she finds herself branded a criminal by her own people. And who are the Crows, and what awful secret do they carry that will affect Diana forever? I can't reveal it all here, of course, but I can show off a few pages from WONDER WOMAN #38, courtesy of Gail Simone and artist Aaron Lopresti, which hits 11/25.