Celebrate DC’s Dark Knight III with this amazing 24″ x 36″ giclee print featuring Jock’s wonderful artwork. A Limited Edition of 300 prints, this collectible is printed on 300gms smooth cotton rag and comes with an ink and paper 75 Year guarantee. Arrives signed and numbered by Jock! Order HERE for £49.99.
This Dark Knight III Wonder Woman poster was created by Frank Miller and Alex Sinclair exclusively for CCXP Comic Con Experience. The convention is scheduled for December 3-6, 2015 in São Paulo, Brazil.
In it’s second year, CCXP Comic Con Experience is set to gather over 120,000 fans over 4 days to meet artists Frank MIller (guest of honor), Jim Lee, Dan DiDio, Mark Waid, Jae Lee, David Finch, Meredith Finch, Mike McKone, Amy Chu, Kevin Maguire, Esad Ribic, Fábio Moon, Gabriel Bá, Rafael Grampá, Rafael Albuquerque, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Eddy Barrows, Mike Deodato Jr and dozens more. The show’s artists’ alley will receive over 265 artists. Media guests include Evangeline Lilly, Misha Collins, John Rhys-Davis, Krysten Ritter and many more yet to be announced. Disney, Warner, Netflix, Sony and many other companies will be at the show presenting new releases and other attractions both in the massive 2,350 seats Cinemark Auditorium and in their own booths.
Frank Miller’s first “Dark Knight III” cover shared a look at the legendary creator’s take on Superman and the Atom. Now, with the release of his limited edition wraparound variant, we get to see the title character, poised and ready for bloody action.
In a new video from DC All Access, DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio dive deep behind the scenes of Dark Knight III: The Master Race, exploring the genesis of the series, as well as showing off some previously unseen interior art from series artist Andy Kubert.
Regarding the origins of the Dark Knight sequel, DiDio revealed that the story originated when DC contacted Frank Miller about bringing Carrie Kelly into the “New 52.” Miller suggested doing a new story in his continuity instead. Initially, DiDio lobbied to do a Dark Knight Universe series showing many characters set in that continuity. The idea evolved into Dark Knight III: The Master Race.
As for Andy Kubert’s interior art, Lee praised Kubert’s ability to emulate Miller’s storytelling prowess, also calling on inker Klaus Janson, who inked the original Dark Knight Returns series, as a throughline for Miller’s Dark Knight continuity.
You can check out the entire video, which also reveals details of the slipcase edition of Dark Knight III: The Master Race and shows off several retailer variant covers.