POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON March 9, 2012 Add Comments
The Source has announced some changes to the creative teams for both Detective Comics and Batwoman. The new creators coming on board to the titles are mentioned to be guest artists and not permanent additions.
First, over on Detective Comics, Tony Daniel will be sticking to writing the series but take a step back from the art. Ed Benes will be stepping in on the book to cover pencils. The schedule might have taken its toll on Daniel and this happened in the past where Daniel takes a couple…
Tags: amy reeder, batwoman, detective comics, ed benes, jh williams, tony daniel, trevor mccarthy
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON February 9, 2012 Add Comments
Comic Book Resources has posted an interview in which they talk with three of the creators on Batwoman; J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Amy Reeder. Although a lot of the interview is similar to the one from a couple of days ago, there are some new revelations including who the Batman villain is that will be appearing in Batwoman.
CBR: This next arc is presented from six different points of view. What can you tell us about the story, and what might readers expect or be…
Tags: amy reeder, batwoman, jh williams, killer croc, maro, w haden blackman
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON February 7, 2012 1 Comment
Batwoman #6 comes out tomorrow and the issue kicks off the second story arc. As W. Haden Blackman and J.H. Williams III continue to write the series, Amy Reeder will be taking over art duties for this next arc. Newsarama caught up with all three creators throughout the day and talked about not only what has happened in Kate's life, but what is to come as well.
Newsarama: Let's talk a little more about the cast. We've been introduced to Maggie, and I know she represents a love interest for…
Tags: amy reeder, batwoman, bette kane, falchion, gotham city, hook, jacob kane, jh williams, kate kane, maggie sawyer, maro, w haden blackman
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON February 6, 2012 Add Comments
USA Today has posted a six page preview of Batwoman #6. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, February 8. Check out the first two pages of the preview below and then head over to USA Today for the other four pages. The issue was written by W. Haden Blackman and J.H. Williams III, with art by Amy Reeder.
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON January 17, 2012 Add Comments
DC Comics has already revealed a number of changes coming to the New 52 in the past week, but now the official solicitations are released for what to expect April 2012.
We were already aware of some of the creator changes for this month. Ben Oliver will be taking a breather as Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs come on for a two issue run on Batwing. Szymon Kudranski joins Tony Daniel on Detective Comics for the back-up. James Tynion IV and Rafael Albuquerque join the Batman creative team for the back-up.
The stories in the issues this month continue to develop…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON November 14, 2011 Add Comments
DC Comics have announced February's solicitations and there is a lot going on in The Batman Universe.
First off Batman Beyond returns after being on hiatus since August. Norm Breyfogle returns to The Batman Universe as the artist on the series with writer Adam Beechen. The Batman Beyond stories will be collected with Justice League Beyond which we mentioned earlier today.
As far as creator changes go, Birds of Prey sees a new artist in the form of Javier Pina. And over in Batwoman, Amy Reeder makes her debut as the artist for the next story arc along with…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON August 22, 2011 Add Comments
Batwoman has been the series that has been going to happen for a really long time. As the series got closer to launch it was always held back for various reasons. Next month, the series finally begins with J.H. Williams at the helm. Amy Reeder and Hayden Blackman also join the popular artist. Newsarama had a chance to talk with Williams about the series and what we can expect. Here are the highlights.
Newsarama: Did your plans for the comic change? Or was your first issue somewhat…
Tags: alice, amy reeder, batwoman, greg rucka, jacob kane, jh williams, kate kane, w haden blackman
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON June 6, 2011 1 Comment
So rumor had it that DC was supposed to announce the titles of all the Bat-books today. Well, that rumor ended up being true as twelve titles were named between IGN and DC's The Source. Let's take a look at what we can expect from The Batman Universe come September.
First up, IGN and DC announced that the main Batman series, Detective Comics and Batman, would be getting renumbered back to #1. They announced the creators attached to each project as well. For Detective Comics, Tony Daniel will once again be handling writing and art duties as he has…
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POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON April 5, 2011 Add Comments
I have some very exciting news! Whilst it's nothing official, I have good reason to believe we'll be seeing 'Batwoman' in November 2011. This all came about from Amy Reeder stating at WonderCon that we won't see her art in Batwoman until February 2012. From this, and knowing that Reeder starts her arc from issue 4, Dustin shrewdly deduced that we can expect 'Batwoman' #1 in November- but keep your eyes on DC's solicitations in August to see if this prediction reigns true.
Now, as far as actual delays…
Tags: amy reeder, batman beyond, batman incorporated, batman: the dark knight, batwoman, david finch, dustin fritschel, wondercon
POSTED BY Erik Rinard ON November 30, 2010 Add Comments
When DC announced the departure of Greg Rucka from Detective Comics back in the spring of 2010, many fans saw it as the death knell for the newest member of the Bat-family. While DC was quick to promise Batwoman’s adventures would continue with J.H. Williams III assuming writer and artist duties, there were still worries about how the series would continue without Rucka’s guidance. It’s been 8 months since Batwoman last appeared in Detective Comics, and it looks like it’s going to be another 3 months until…
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