Somewhere in the world it’s Friday afternoon, and someone somewhere may be counting the minutes to a happy hour brew. To get you in the mood, here are some exclusive photos of a recent event featuring Brian Azzarello, Simon Bisley, brewer Nick Floyd, 3 Floyds Beer and the new Image comic Alpha King, whose […]
The entire DKIII team of Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert, and Klaus Janson will be signing the book December 19th at Midtown Comics Downtown from 4:00pm-6:00pm on Saturday, December 19th. But of course you’ll need to enter a contest to get in line and then dress appropriate for the season: Midtown Comics is […]
With John Romita Jr. seemingly stepping away from the Superman title (Howard Porter is filling in per recent solicits) for another DC project, many had wondered what might be next for one of the publisher’s biggest acquisitions in recent years. During the NYCC “Heroes to the Core” panel, DC co-publisher Dan DiDio clarified Romita’s next […]
For those who missed it on twitter, our intrepid leader Heidi MacDonald was on the ground at the anniversary panel for The Dark Knight, where The Dark Knight III: The Master Race was on everyone’s mind. The panel had a few surprises in store, including an appearance by Frank Miller himself. Here’s the rundown: […]
In a press release today, ReedPOP revealed the cover to the 2015 New York Comic Con program guide. Illustrated by superstar artist Andy Kubert, the cover celebrates the 10th anniversary of NYCC and the 30th anniversary of the Frank Miller classic The Dark Knight Returns. This collaboration between DC Comics and ReedPOP also seeks to […]
Today, DC announced that Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson would join Brian Azzarello as illustrators working with writer Frank Miller on The Dark Knight III: Master Race, which acts as the sequel to The Dark Knight Returns and The Dark Knight Strikes Again. Kubert has a storied history with the Batman franchise, illustrating titles such as Damian: Son […]
Always three there are…for many months rumors have been swirling about Frank Miller penning, at least, a third volume in his Dark Knight series, and it’s now been confirmed via the above tweet. It’s the 30th anniversary of the original Dark Knight in 1986 so how better the celebrate than with a NEW DARK KNIGHT!
While Miller’s health has been in question in recent years, we’re told he remains sharp as a tack and eager to take on this project. Given the controversy over his recent Holy Terror, the title—referencing The Master Race—could presage even more controversy.
Brian Azzarello will be the co-writer on the projects, which will come out twice monthly, run for eight issues and start in late fall 2015. The art team has yet to be announced.