“Welcome to Gotham City.”
“This place has the potential to be great… for both of us.”
“A new start.”
Join my writing partner, Brian Buccellato and I this April when we take over Detective Comics!
DC was gracious enough to allow me to give you a first look at issue 30’s cover! Above is my art process from layouts all the way to the finished colors.
I can’t wait for spring!
A great look at the art, and the process behind the art.
By Anthony Genuardi of Digital Theory
- A couple of new prints added to my Superhero collection. Harley and Wonder Woman! -Digital Theory
What a cool 1970s Joker illo. From Awesome 1970s-Style Illustrations Of Batman And His Villains.
In an interview with Israeli entertainment show Good Evening with Gai Pines, Gadot said she represents “the Wonder Woman of the new world” — a direct response to fan criticism that she’s not fit enough, and not large-chested enough, to play the DC Comics icon.
Batman by Darwyn Cooke
A classic, yet modern, version of Batman.
Friendly reminder that Batman is considered the “World’s Greatest Detective”.
William Moulton Marston (creator of Wonder Woman) in the winter 1943 issue of The American Scholar (via comicquotations)
The wish to be super-strong is a healthy wish, a vital, compelling, power-producing desire. The more the Superman-Wonder Woman picture stories build up this inner compulsion by stimulating the child’s natural longing to battle and overcome obstacles, particularly evil ones, the better chance your child has for self-advancement in the world.
Wonder Woman #103, page 9 by John Byrne. 1995.
Lynda Carter Visits the Marston Family
‘I flew to Bethel, Connecticut with my family to see Pete Marston, the son of the great William Moulton Marston, the man who created Wonder Woman in the 40’s. He and his family gave us a warm welcome! What an amazing family… We told stories and shared memories. They became part of my family.’