On April 15, 2020, DC will celebrate Catwoman’s 80th anniversary with a landmark one-shot, Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1. Since the character first appeared alongside Batman in 1940’s Batman #1, Catwoman has become an icon to millions of comic book fans. The undeniable magnetism between Batman and Catwoman has been one of comics’ most reliable constants: wherever Catwoman goes, Batman is sure to follow, if only to take her down.
Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1, with a main cover by Joëlle Jones, will feature decade variants by:
1940s variant cover by ADAM HUGHES
1950s variant cover by TRAVIS CHAREST
1960s variant cover by J. SCOTT CAMPBELL
1970s variant cover by FRANK CHO
1980s variant cover by STANLEY “ARTGERM” LAU
1990s variant cover by GABRIELE DELL’OTTO
2000s variant cover by JIM LEE and SCOTT WILLIAMS
2010s variant cover by JEEHYUNG LEE
Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 is a prestige format comic book retailing for $9.99 and available at local comics retailers and digital retailers on April 15, 2020.
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• Felicia and Logan on the run from all matter of Madripoorian murder squads! • Kade Kilgore, former head of the Hellfire Club, current boss of the criminal capital of the world, has marked them for death and you won’t believe who comes to collect!
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A Facebook page name was the first tip-off but it’s official! DC Collectibles, known for its iconic lines of collectibles, statues and action figures, directly from the source, is returning to the name on which it was founded, DC Direct. The move cements the focus of the line of collectibles as committed to DC material and authenticity of being truly “from the source.”
During New York Toy Fair, DC Direct will display its striking new 2020 action figures and statues in its booth. This year’s lineup will feature an all-new statue line based on The Joker, a revamped Artist Alley line, and additions to expand its best-selling action figure and statue lines including DC Essentials, Batman Black & White,Harley Quinn Red, White & Black,DC Designer Series, DC Bombshells, and more.
The Batman Black & White and Harley Quinn Red, White & Black statue series lines have been a success so it’s only fitting that The Joker gets his own statue line to be based on the iconic images of the Super-Villain from the DC Comics pages. The series will appropriately be named The Joker Clown Prince of Crime. The inaugural figure is based on the iconic image of The Joker by Brian Bolland. Follow Bolland will be statues by Jim Lee with a classic comic Joker design that really portrays how creepy the jokester is with oversized features such as hands and feet and Lee Bermejo, perhaps one of the most popular comic illustrators associated with The Joker. Bermejo has designed a statue that will look amazing on any shelf as its displayed in hues of purple and green.
The highly collectible DC Artists Alley line will also undergo a revamp. The line will feature more premium format designs and figures. First out of the gate, The Joker by Brandt Peters. Peters uses his design talents to bring The Joker to life by combining his antique, Victorian style for a truly unique take on the villain. Additional artists joining the DC Artists Alley line include, Brittney Lee, a popular artist who used her talent in paper-craft-style art to create a new take on the famous villainess Catwoman, Patrick Ballesteros, who uses childlike nostalgia and imagination, to bring one back to their younger years will provide his take on the Bat Family including Deathstroke and Robin, and Zach Heffelfinger will provide his take on the Dark Knight. As a character designer for Nickelodeon on SpongeBob SquarePants, Heffelfinger brings about a sense of nostalgia with his stylistic art.
Additional statues and figures debuting at the show include Deadshot, the last character in the Batman Rogues Gallery Multi-Part Statue; A DC Bombshells: Poison Ivy Holiday Variant; new Batman Black & White and Harley Quinn Red, White & Black statues and DC Essentials and Batman The Adventures Continueaction figures.
For the complete list of DC Direct’s items to be on display at New York Toy Fair, see below:
The Joker Clown Prince of Crime Statue Line:
The Joker by Brian Bolland (NY Toy Fair reveal)
The Joker by Jim Lee (NY Toy Fair reveal)
The Joker by Lee Bermejo (NY Toy Fair reveal)
DC Artists Alley Designer Vinyl Figures
The Joker by Brandt Peters (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Catwoman by Brittney Lee (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Batman by Zach Heffelfinger (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Bat-Family by Patrick Ballesteros (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Batman Rogues Gallery Multi-Part Statue:
Deadshot (NY Toy Fair reveal)
DC Cover Girls Statue Line:
Batgirl by Frank Cho Statue
Supergirl by Frank Cho Statue
Harley Quinn by Frank Cho Statue
Poison Ivy by Frank Cho Statue
Batman Black & White Statue Line:
Batman by Todd McFarlane Statue
Armored Batman by Frank Miller Statue
Batman by Jim Lee Statue
Batmonster by Greg Capullo Statue
Batman by Brian Bolland Statue (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Batman Gotham by Gaslight by Mike MignolaStatue (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Batman by Freddie E. Williams IIIStatue (NY Toy Fair reveal)
DC Essentials Action Figures:
Batman Rebirth Version 2 Action Figure
The Flash Speedforce Action Figure
New 52 Nightwing Action Figure
Superman The Return of Superman Action Figure
DCeased Batman Action Figure
DCeased The Joker Action Figure
DCeased Aquaman Action Figure
DCeased Green Lantern Action Figure
DCeased Harley Quinn Action Figure
DCeased Superman Action Figure
DCeased The Flash Action Figure
DCeased Supergirl Action Figure
Justice League Action Figure 6-Pack (NY Toy Fair reveal)
DC Designer Series Statue Line:
Metal Batman by Greg Capullo Mini Statue
Nightwing by Jim Lee Mini Statue
Batman by Mike Mignola Mini Statue
Batman by Alex Ross Deluxe Statue
Supergirl by Michael Turner Mini Statue
The Batman Who Laughs by Greg Capullo Statue
Catwoman by Stanley ‘Artgerm’ Lau Statue
Harley Quinn by Bruce Timm Mini Statue
Superman vs. The Flash Racing Statue 2nd Edition
Batman vs The Batman Who Laughs Battle Statue
DCeased Batman Statue (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Batman The Adventures Continue Action Figures:
The Batman Who Laughs
Talon (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Thomas Wayne Batman (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Batgirl (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Robin (Tim Drake) (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Batman The Animates Series Action Figures:
Christmas with The Joker (Metallic Variant) (NY Toy Fair reveal)
Harley Quinn Red, White & Black Statue Line:
Harley Quinn by Steve Pugh
Harley Quinn by Amanda Conner Statue
Harley Quinn by Stanley Lau Statue
Harley Quinn by J. Scott Campbell Statue (NY Toy Fair reveal)
writer: Ryan Parrott artist: Jacob Edgar covers: Ben Oliver (A), Arthur Suydam (B), Mirka Andolfo (C), Sebastian Piriz “Valentine” Variant (D) Mirka Andolfo (RI/BW), Sebastian Piriz (RI/Virgin), Mirka Andolfo (RI/BW Virgin), Arthur Suydam (RI/BW), Ben Oliver (RI/BW), Icon Edition Cover: J. Scott Campbell (RI) FC | 32 pages | Comedy/Horror | $3.99 | Teen+
An all-new series by RYAN PARROT (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/TMNT X-Over) and JACOB EDGAR (Red Sonja)! It’s been six months since the events of the Army of Darkness film… Ash is just trying to settle down and get back to his groovy ways. But dammit, DEADITE-POSSESSED strangers keep attacking him at every turn. Why is evil following everywhere he turns, and what happens when an awful splinter spell causes Ash to become… TEAM ASH!?
And, because it’s February, we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special variant by artist Sebastian Piriz!
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• Felicia has gotten into some trouble in New York. Some may call it “inciting a war” but we aren’t here to mince words. What’s a girl to do? • GO TO MADRIPOOR! That’s right, the Black Cat and her crew go to Madripoor to steal the next object on their list. No problem, just another artifact that is in the private collection of someone named… where’d I put that note… oh, here. Someone named “Patch.” • Uh-oh. Patch is Wolverine. BLACK CAT IS STEALING FROM WOLVERINE?! • All this and guest-artist KRIS ANKA (UNCANNY X-MEN, RUNAWAYS) is joining the book for two issues!
DC’s feline fatale celebrates an 80th anniversary this year, and that calls for a grand soiree, invite only, attended by some of comics’ top creators! Stock up on both catnip and champagne!
Since the character first appeared alongside Batman in 1940’s Batman #1, Catwoman has become an icon to millions of comic book fans. The undeniable magnetism between Batman and Catwoman has been one of comics’ most reliable constants: wherever Catwoman goes, Batman is sure to follow, if only to take her down. As deadly as she is beautiful, infamous cat burglar Selina Kyle uses her nine lives to walk the razor’s edge between light and darkness in Gotham City.
On April 15, 2020, DC will celebrate Catwoman’s 80th anniversary with a landmark one-shot, Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1. Featuring a cover by series writer/artist Joëlle Jones, this must-have tribute comic includes stories by Ed Brubaker, Cameron Stewart, Paul Dini, Ann Nocenti, Adam Hughes, Tom King, Mikel Janín, Mindy Newell, Will Pfeifer, and Emanuela Lupacchino, as well as pinups by Steve Rude, Tula Lotay, Jim Balent, and others.
In a story that expands their monumental run, writer Ed Brubaker and artist Cameron Stewart will reprise their Catwoman collaboration with a new 12-page story, “The Art of Picking a Lock,” that takes place near end of their original dynamic story line that started with iconic storyteller Darwyn Cooke. And no stranger himself to writing dangerous antiheroes, Harley Quinn co-creator Paul Dini debuts a new character for Selina Kyle’s anniversary in a story about an exotic cat taxidermist who intends to add Catwoman to their collection!
Cameron Stewart has teased a bit of his contribution with Ed Brubaker.
In addition to Jones’s dynamic cover, fans and collectors can also look forward to eight variant covers spotlighting Catwoman throughout the decades, drawn by some of comics’ premier artists:
1940s variant cover by Adam Hughes
1950s variant cover by Travis Charest
1960s variant cover by J. Scott Campbell
1970s variant cover by Frank Cho
1980s variant cover by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau
1990s variant cover by Gabriele Dell’Otto
2000s variant cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams
2010s variant cover by Jeehyung Lee
The Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 is a prestige format comic book retailing for $9.99 and available at local comics retailers and digital retailers on April 15, 2020.
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• Black Cat and the Thieves Guild are now in an all-out WAR! • In wars, there are casualties and Felicia needs to get someone she loves out of the city immediately. • But can she trust THE BEETLE (fresh off her AMAZING SPIDER-MAN supporting role) to help her?
Stories and artwork by Steve Orlando, Jesus Marino, Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott, Gail Simone, Colleen Doran, Marguerite Bennett, Laura Braga, Scott Snyder, Bryan Hitch, Mariko Tamaki, Elena Casagrande, Kami Garcia, Phil Hester, Shannon and Dean Hale, Riley Rossmo, Vita Ayala, Amancay Nahuelpan, Ramona Fradon, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, Emanuela Lupacchino, Liam Sharp, Bilquis Evely and Travis Moore. Cover by Joëlle Jones and Trish Mulvihill In Shops: Jan 22, 2020 Final Orders Due: Dec 09, 2019 Prestige Format SRP: $9.99
Decade Variant covers: 1940s variant cover by Joshua Middleton 1950s variant cover by Jenny Frison 1960s variant cover by J. Scott Campbell and Sabine Rich 1970s variant cover by Olivier Coipel 1980s variant cover by George Pérez and Laura Martin 1990s variant cover by Brian Bolland 2000s variant cover by Adam Hughes 2010s variant cover by Jim Lee, Scott Williams & Alex Sinclair
AN ALL-STAR COLLECTION OF CREATIVE TALENT CELEBRATE WONDER WOMAN THIS JANUARY IN LANDMARK ISSUE
Wonder Woman #750 is an all-star 96-page celebration of the Amazon Princess by longtime favorites and acclaimed new voices! This oversized gem tells tales from Diana’s past and present, along with major implications for the future of DC’s first Super Hero! Storytellers contributing to the issue include Colleen Doran, Mariko Tamaki, and legendary Wonder Woman creators Gail Simone, Liam Sharp, Nicola Scott and Greg Rucka returning to the character! Wonder Woman #750 also features pinup artwork by Ramona Fradon, José Luis Garcia-López, Emanuela Lupacchino, Bilquis Evely and Travis Moore.
In this first look, Mariko Tamaki and Elena Casagrande show Wonder Woman’s strength; Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott test her friendship and grace; and Gail Simone, Colleen Doran, and Hi-Fi revisit her love and compassion (and bring back Star-Blossom!) to showcase Diana’s wisdom and wonder. All this and more when Wonder Woman #750 hits shelves on January 22nd, 2020.