If you’ve been wondering about the mystery of “The Button” that Geoff Johns teased in DC Universe: Rebirth #1, then you’ll want to check out Batman and The Flash this April.The four-part “The Button” story arc delivers the next piece of the larger, ongoing puzzle.
Courtesy of the Batman team of writer Tom King and artist Jason Fabok, along with The Flash writer Joshua Williamson and artist Howard Porter, the two greatest detectives in the DC Universe unite to unravel the mystery behind a certain blood-stained smiley face button stuck in the Batcave wall. However, what begins as a simple investigation soon turns deadly when the secrets of the button prove irresistible to an unwelcome third party—and it’s not who anyone suspects! This is a mystery woven throughout time—and The Dark Knight and The Fastest Man Alive will discover something completely unexpected along the way!
DC has revealed three of the four lenticular covers for issues #21 and #22 of Batman and The Flash, with a mysterious fourth cover now throwing a wrench into the gears of this epic Batman/The Flash crossover!
As the lenticular covers have rolled out, we’ve seen Batman, The Flash and Reverse-Flash all change and transform as the image moves from one character to the next. Now, with the reveal of The Flash #22’s main image, we see someone not even hinted at in C Universe: Rebirth #1! What does this mean for “The Button,” and who else might show up along the way? The ticking clock starts now… or is it completely smashed?
Valiant Entertainment has released a new teaser from artist Felipe Massafera. “Icons” is a “new dawn for Valiant’s greatest heroes,” including X-O Manowar, Faith, Bloodshot, Shadowman, and Harbinger Wars 2.
“Icons” begins in 2017.
Jonah Hex. Yosemite Sam.
Martian Manhunter. Marvin the Martian.
Lobo. The Road Runner.
Batman. Elmer Fudd.
Marvel has released this new teaser called “Generations.” Whatever it’s leading to begins Summer 2017. What looks like Alex Ross art features characters from throughout the decades, focused on original holders of a “title” and the newest holder.
Titan Comics has revealed the covers from Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III #1 – a brand-new mini-series, based on the smash hit video game!
In celebration of the upcoming and highly anticipated Dawn of War III real-time strategy game, Titan Comics and Games Workshop join forces to deliver a brand-new four issue comic mini-series in April 2017. Titan’s brand-new Dawn of War III comic mini-series comes hot on the heels of the phenomenal Warhammer 40,000: Will of Iron ongoing series, which launched earlier this year.
Written by Ryan O’Sullivan and illustrated by Daniel Indro, the Dawn of War III mini-series will tie-in to the colossal Dawn of War real-time-strategy games, produced by Relic Entertainment with Sega and Games Workshop, in which players command armies of the Space Marines, Orks, and the Eldar to dominate the battlefield!
Titan’s Dawn of War III comic series tells an all-new tale in parallel to that of the video game story, which sees three factions – the Blood Ravens Space Marines, the Eldar, and a fearsome Ork horde – converging on a planet where a weapon of devastating power has been unearthed.
Titan Comics’ Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III comes with some fantastic covers to collect from artists including; Ørjan Svendsen, Pasquale Qualano & Marco Lesko, and Fabio Listrani alongside a spectacular video game variant!
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Issue #1 hits comic stores and digital platforms on April 14, 2017.
In the DC Comic March Annuals released on 3/29, we will be showcasing some new ideas for the company’s Hanna-Barbera comics line with 8-page samplers of the new stories. Get ready for Ruff and Reddy by writer/artist Howard Chaykin, The Jetsons by writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner with art by Pier Brito, Top Cat by writer Dan DiDio with art by Phil Winslade, and the already highly anticipated series Snagglepuss by writer Mark Russell with art by Howard Porter.
Mark Russell recently revealed that his concept for Snagglepuss is as a Southern gothic playwright working with an ensemble cast of cultural figures, exploring an intensely creative time in the New York City theater scene of the 1950s. In Russell’s eight-pager, Snagglepuss faces the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Stay tuned for the complete sampler, but enjoy a first look at Snagglepuss!
Snagglepuss is written by Mark Russell with art by Howard Porter, Steve Buccellato (colors) and lettering by Dave Sharpe.
This June, 2017 Academy Award nominee Eric Heisserer, the Screenwriter of Arrival, Harvey Award nominee Raul Allen, and Harvey Award nominee Patricia Martin join forces.
Tomorrow, the secret is out…