Batwoman crosses paths with another "Bat"-character in this, the first part of "Cutter," teaming artist Jock with writer Greg Rucka. And yes, the title implies that things get a little grisly.
...and Batman? Sure you do. Here's a double-page spread from DETECTIVE COMICS #861 from the acclaimed artist -- pairing him with a certain Mr. Greg Rucka. The issue hits at the end of the month.
Have you been following Batwoman's origin? If not, now's your chance to catch the concluding chapter. DETECTIVE COMICS #860, from writer Greg Rucka and artist J.H.
Yesterday, we showed some pages from the Batwoman feature in DETECTIVE COMICS #859 -- but let's not forget about The Question second feature, from Greg Rucka and artist Cully Hamner.
Writer Greg Rucka and artist J.H. Williams III continue unveiling the origin of Batwoman, as Kate Kane lands in Gotham, meets officer Renee Montoya and crosses paths with Batman -- a meeting that will change her life forever.
There isn't much I can say about this cover -- aside from the fact that Batman and Batwoman are both on it -- but who needs my commentary when you have art this lovely by Mr. J.H. Williams? Nobody, I say.
It's been a long week, Source gang, so we'll try to keep this simple. The DCU titles make a regular habit of having some cool and different variant covers, so why not show off a few here from time to time. Makes sense, no? Here goes.
The shocking and tragic origin of Batwoman starts here, in a haunting, evocative issue penned by writer Greg Rucka with art from the masterful J.H. Williams III.
As promised, we've got a look at the Batwoman feature from DETECTIVE COMICS #857, as Batwoman faces off against Alice in an attempt to stop the villainess from unleashing a toxic death cloud over all of Gotham.
We wander the DCU editorial offices pretty regularly, just to get a sense of what's coming up in the book. More often than not, an editor will swing by with a great idea and the bulk of my job is to just nod and say "Sure!

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