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Frank Miller’s Batman #62 Variant Cover Revealed

Legendary artist Frank Miller’s cover art for Batman #62 has been revealed. 

Miller is well-known for his contribution to the lore of Batman, having served as the writer and/or artist on Batman: Year One, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: The Dark Knight Knight Strikes Again . 

Batman #62’s solication information: 

The Eisner-winning creative team behind Mister Miracle is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird… and bloody!

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Stephen King’s Finders Keepers Full Cover Revealed


Scribner has unveiled the full U.S. hardcover edition cover for Stephen King’s Finders Keepers.

Finders Keepers is the second book of the Mr. Mercedes trilogy. A masterful, intensely suspenseful novel about a reader whose obsession with a reclusive writer goes far too far—a book about the power of storytelling, starring the same trio of unlikely and winning heroes Stephen introduced in Mr. Mercedes.

Here is the book’s synopsis:

“Wake up, genius.” So begins King’s instantly riveting story about a vengeful reader. The genius is John Rothstein, a Salinger-like icon who created a famous character, Jimmy Gold, but who hasn’t published a book for decades. Morris Bellamy is livid, not just because Rothstein has stopped providing books, but because the nonconformist Jimmy Gold has sold out for a career in advertising. Morris kills Rothstein and empties his safe of cash, yes, but the real treasure is a trove of notebooks containing at least one more Gold novel.

Morris hides the money and the notebooks, and then he is locked away for another crime. Decades later, a boy named Pete Sauberg finds the treasure, and now it is Pete and his family that Bill Hodges, Holly Gibney, and Jerome Robinson must rescue from the ever-more deranged and vengeful Morris when he’s released from prison after thirty-five years”

Finders Keeps will be released on June 2, 2015.

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New Alex Ross Batman 66 Meets The Green Hornet # 4 Cover

What’s this? The Green Hornet and Kato breaking into the Gotham City National Bank? Can it be? Have they really become the criminals that Batman already believes them to be? It looks like the Dynamic Duo and their uneasy allies are about to go head-to-head! Meanwhile, General Gumm prepares for another crime…and sets another trap!

Written by Kevin Smith and Ralph Garmin with an amazing cover by Alex Ross, the issue goes on sale September 3, 2014.


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StephenKing.com Reveals The Cover of The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner #2

StephenKing.com revealed the cover of Marvel’s The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner #2. Check out the artwork by Julian Totino Tedesco below.

Coming September 17, 2014 The Drawing of the Three: The Prisoner#2 features scheming mobsters and sinister low men making their moves to corrupt the good that lies within eight-year old Eddie Dean and his troubled older brother Henry. The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner is a comic book adaptation based on the novel by Stephen King.


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Amazing Spider-Man #1.2 Cover by Alex Ross

Amazing Spider-Man #1.2 will be written by Dan Slott with art by Ramon Perez and an amazing cover by Alex Ross.

J. Jonah’s Jameson’s crusade against Spider-Man kicks into overdrive! He warned us! He told us that kids might try to emulate Spider-Man! And he was right. In the June issue, we’ll meet Clash, New York’s newest menace. He may be Spidey’s biggest fan, but he’s about to become one of his worst enemies.

Wanted by the cops, turned away by the Fantastic Four, his grades are slipping, and he still hasn’t figured out this whole crime-fighting-thing. Pete’s not a hero… not yet… but he’ll get there. Somehow.


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First Look At The Cover of The Sandman: Overture #3

Here is a first look at the cover of The Sandman: Overture #3 illustrated by J.H. Williams III. The highly anticipated new Sandman series written by Neil Gaiman continues! The Sandman: Overture #3 is the third chapter of the 6-issue limited, bimonthly series that explores just what happened to Morpheus before he was captured in The Sandman#1.

The issue hits shelves April 30th, 2014.



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Captain America: The Winter Soldier Featured On The Covers of The New Empire Magazine

Empire magazine has unveiled two covers for its upcoming February issue and they both feature Captain America: The Winter Soldier. You can check out the regular cover and the Limited Edition Collector’s version below.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier will pick-up where Marvel’s The Avengers left off, as Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and teams up with Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, to battle a powerful yet shadowy enemy in present-day Washington, D.C.

The April 4 release stars Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Redford, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Cobie Smulders, Frank Grillo, Georges St-Pierre, Hayley Atwell, Toby Jones, Emily VanCamp and Maximiliano Hernández.

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Batman Black and White # 3 Features A Cover By Olly Moss, On Sale November 6th

It’s another spectacular selection of adventures by some of comics’ top talents, with tales of The Dark Knight by Lee Bermejo, Marv Wolfman and Riccardo Burchielli, Rian Hughes, Damion Scott and Paul Dini and Stephane Roux. The cover is by Olly Moss.

The 48 page Batman Black and White # 3 ($4.99) will go on sale November 6th.



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Frank Miller’s Cover of The Dark Knight Returns No. 2 To Be Auctioned In August, Expected To Go For More Than $500,000


It’s the first cover from DC Comics’ 1986 four-issue “Dark Knight” miniseries to be sold and is expected to go for more than $500,000 in August. Miller’s story “radically altered the direction of comics,” said Todd Hignite, Heritage’s vice president.

“For fans of modern comics, this drawing is where everything really begins,” he said. “This moment defines Miller’s Dark Knight, and the modern day perception of Batman, like no other drawing.”

The only cover Hignite says might come close is the next in the series — with Batman and Robin — that was auctioned two years ago for nearly $450,000.

“It represents not only one of the most memorable images from the 1980s, but from Batman’s entire illustrious history,” Hignite said. “Miller’s revolutionary Dark Knight radically altered the direction of comics with its prestige miniseries format, combined with the fact that it was one of the first modern mainstream features to put a gritty noir patina on the squeaky-clean Silver Age hero mythos previously exemplified by DC.”


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This Week’s Entertainment Weekly Cover: Superman At 75

For three-quarters of a century, Superman has been fighting the good fight, keeping Earth and its inhabitants safe from all manner of villainy and disaster. As the DC Comics character turns 75, he’s also getting a major big-screen relaunch in director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, opening Friday.

So for this week’s cover, Entertainment Weekly is taking a look back at all the critical moments in Superman’s evolution from dimestore hero to American pop-culture icon.

The magazine starts with his first appearance in 1938′s Action Comics #1, and tracks him along every major step (and occasional misstep) up through his reemergence in the form of Man of Steel‘s angry, passionate, lost Superman, as played by Henry Cavill.

Features in the magazine include:

– Origin Story: EW dives into the long, hard making of a hero with a look back at how Superman’s mythology evolved over the years. Find out how animation gave him the ability to fly, where his chrome-domed nemesis Lex Luthor first appeared, and how radio made Kryptonite his one and only weakness.

– Superman Returns director Bryan Singer on the “whimsical” tone of his attempted reboot of the hero — why “not everyone responded.”

– Man of Steel producer Christopher Nolan on the “science fiction-based” approach to retelling Superman’s origin as an alien invader saga.

– Cavill on how a lonely life as a boarding school student fueled his performance as Superman, the ultimate outsider.


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