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Nov 11

fuckyeahdcu:

DC Comics - January 2014 Solicit Covers featuring some of the women of the DCU


Sep 10

fuckyeahdcu:

DC Comics - December 2013 Solicit Covers featuring some of the women of the DCU


Aug 26

fuckyeahdcu:

DC Comics - November 2013 Solicit Covers featuring some of the women of the DCU


Aug 11

fuckyeahdcu:

DC Comics - October 2013 Solicit Covers featuring some of the women of the DCU

I really am loving Alex Garner’s covers for Batgirl.


Nov 12
fuckyeahdcu:

BATWOMAN #17
Written by J.H. WILLIAMS III and W. HADEN BLACKMAN Art and cover by J.H. WILLIAMS III 1:25 B&W Variant cover by J.H. WILLIAMS IIIOn sale FEBRUARY 20 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T+ • It’s the massive conclusion to the current storyline as Batwoman and Wonder Woman struggle to defeat Medusa and a horde of villains! • Don’t miss the start of a surprising new status quo for Batwoman!

Well, hello to my new favourite Batwoman cover. You’re just begging to be made into an iPhone wallpaper and possibly a poster and a maybe one of those big giant overly heavy blankets that are super warm.

fuckyeahdcu:

BATWOMAN #17


Written by J.H. WILLIAMS III and W. HADEN BLACKMAN
Art and cover by J.H. WILLIAMS III
1:25 B&W Variant cover by J.H. WILLIAMS III
On sale FEBRUARY 20 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T+
• It’s the massive conclusion to the current storyline as Batwoman and Wonder Woman struggle to defeat Medusa and a horde of villains!
• Don’t miss the start of a surprising new status quo for Batwoman!

Well, hello to my new favourite Batwoman cover. You’re just begging to be made into an iPhone wallpaper and possibly a poster and a maybe one of those big giant overly heavy blankets that are super warm.


Sep 23

fuckyeahdcu:

DC Comics - December 2012 Solicit Covers featuring some of the women of the DCU


Jul 14

BATWOMAN #1-10 (cover art by J.H. Williams III, Amy Reeder, & Ben Oliver)


Jul 3
From DCComics.com:

On October 17, two of the most legendary female superheroes in the DC Universe will team up to fight a grave threat. Beginning in BATWOMAN #13, Kate Kane will join forces with none other than the Princess of Amazons herself, Wonder Woman.
“We’re super excited to be tackling Wonder Woman for a bit in the upcoming arc of BATWOMAN,” series co-writer and artist J.H. Williams III told THE SOURCE. “But also feel a sense of trepidation and responsibility, with her probably being the most iconic female hero of all time in comics. We needed to approach her with reverence and respect. And also wanted to give her a sense of purity in how she is drawn, something clear in her appearance, overt and forward. Now doing this, and then setting her next to Batwoman produces fascinating juxtapositions of their styles and nature of their characters. Batwoman being shadowy and a bit withdrawn, Wonder Woman being bold and vibrant. They do have things in common with their sense of purpose, but yet also things that make them quite different from each other, and them coming together brings out complimentary aspects much in the same way Batman and Superman do for each other as characters. The result is a compelling union of two iconic women that bring balance to how they can be perceived.”

I hadn’t even thought of how awesome a team up between these two could be, but now that they’ve mentioned it, I can’t wait for these issues to come out.

From DCComics.com:

On October 17, two of the most legendary female superheroes in the DC Universe will team up to fight a grave threat. Beginning in BATWOMAN #13, Kate Kane will join forces with none other than the Princess of Amazons herself, Wonder Woman.

“We’re super excited to be tackling Wonder Woman for a bit in the upcoming arc of BATWOMAN,” series co-writer and artist J.H. Williams III told THE SOURCE. “But also feel a sense of trepidation and responsibility, with her probably being the most iconic female hero of all time in comics. We needed to approach her with reverence and respect. And also wanted to give her a sense of purity in how she is drawn, something clear in her appearance, overt and forward. Now doing this, and then setting her next to Batwoman produces fascinating juxtapositions of their styles and nature of their characters. Batwoman being shadowy and a bit withdrawn, Wonder Woman being bold and vibrant. They do have things in common with their sense of purpose, but yet also things that make them quite different from each other, and them coming together brings out complimentary aspects much in the same way Batman and Superman do for each other as characters. The result is a compelling union of two iconic women that bring balance to how they can be perceived.”

I hadn’t even thought of how awesome a team up between these two could be, but now that they’ve mentioned it, I can’t wait for these issues to come out.


Jun 19
keaneoncomics:

Batwoman (Melissa Echo) and Batgirl (Jillian Hall) [by Andy Wana]

keaneoncomics:

Batwoman (Melissa Echo) and Batgirl (Jillian Hall) [by Andy Wana]


Jun 17
Batwoman and Sune - Batwoman #9

Batwoman and Sune - Batwoman #9


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