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Stunning promo art and the first cover to Vertigo's upcoming new Sandman title,The Overture,written by Neil Gaiman featuring art by JH Williams III.

THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE will be published bi-monthly with issue #1 arriving on October 30th, 2013. Each issue of THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE will feature stunning covers by Williams and original series cover artist Dave McKean and will be published on the same day digitally.

Also bi-monthly and alternating with the main OVERTURE series, Vertigo will publish THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE Special Edition. These deluxe issues will include original scripts by Gaiman, additional concept art and sketches by Williams, Q&As with the creative team and more, starting in November.

 

More confusing time travel mutantcy is on the way in September when the Battle of The Atom storyline stretches across all the X-titles and in the titular micro-series.

Marvel say:

This September, celebrate the X-Men’s 50th anniversary with the first major X-Men crossover event in over three years: X-Men: Battle of the Atom! From the creative team of Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Aaron, Brian Wood, Frank Cho, Stuart Immonen, Chris Bachalo, David Lopez and Giuseppe Camuncoli comes an event so exhilarating, and so groundbreaking that fans will be talking about this for years to come! Three X-Men universes collide in the biggest war mutantkind has ever seen, and you won’t believe how it all plays out. One thing’s for sure—no reader will come out unscathed!

Here’s the list if titles to feature the story:

  • Part 1: X-MEN BATTLE OF THE ATOM #1
  • Part 2: ALL-NEW X-MEN #16
  • Part 3: X-MEN #5
  • Part 4: UNCANNY X-MEN #12
  • Part 5: WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #36
  • Part 6: ALL-NEW X-MEN #17
  • Part 7: X-MEN #6
  • Part 8: UNCANNY X-MEN #13
  • Part 9: WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #37
  • Part 10: X-MEN: BATTLE OF THE ATOM #2

Don’t miss out on the event of the season! Who will become unlikely allies? What is S.H.I.E.L.D.’s master plan? What are the consequences for altering time and space? Most importantly, what will determine the fate of our favorite super heroes? This fall, all will be revealed in X-Men: Battle of the Atom!

X-MEN: BATTLE OF THE ATOM #1
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Art by FRANK CHO
Cover by ARTHUR ADAMS
Wraparound Variant by FRANK CHO
Variant Cover by JOE MADUREIRA
FOC - 8/12/2013, On Sale - 9/4/2013

ALL-NEW X-MEN #16
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Art by STUART IMMONEN
Cover by ARTHUR ADAMS
Variant by STUART IMMONEN
Variant Cover by ADI GRANOV
FOC - 8/12/2013, On Sale - 9/4/2013

X-MEN #5
Written by BRIAN WOOD
Art by DAVID LOPEZ
Cover by ARTHUR ADAMS
Variant by TERRY DODSON
FOC - 8/19/2013, On Sale - 9/11/2013

UNCANNY X-MEN #12
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Art by CHRISTOPHER BACHALO
Cover by ARTHUR ADAMS
Variant by CHRISTOPHER BACHALO
Emma Frost Variant by MILO MANARA
FOC - 8/26/2013, On Sale - 9/18/2013

WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #36
Written by JASON AARON
Art by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI
Cover by ARTHUR ADAMS
Variant by KRIS ANKA
FOC - 9/2/2013, On Sale - 9/25/2013
Above are the first covers for Battle of The Atom #1,by Art Adams top and Frank Cho bottom.

Marvel have given us a sneak peek of the first batch of covers being given the Lego treatment in September.

Featured here are Hawkeye #15,X-Men #5 ans Indestructible Hulk #14,all by Leonel Castellani but more covers by other artists are due,Here’s the full list:

  • ALL NEW X-MEN #17
  • AVENGERS #21
  • AVENGERS A.I. #4
  • CAPTAIN AMERICA #12
  • DAREDEVIL #31
  • FANTASTIC FOUR #13
  • GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #7
  • HAWKEYE #15
  • INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK #14
  • INFINITY #3
  • IRON MAN #17
  • MARVEL UNIVERSE: AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #1
  • MIGHTY AVENGERS #1
  • NEW AVENGERS #11
  • NOVA #8
  • SECRET AVENGERS #10
  • SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #19
  • THOR: GOD OF THUNDER #14
  • UNCANNY AVENGERS #12
  • WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #36
  • X-MEN #5

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One character I’m pleased to see in What’s New In The New 52 over at DC is Grant Morrison’s Zauriel.You can see the warrior Angel in the next part of Trinity of Sin in Phantom Stranger #10 next month,until then,check out this design for his New 52 look by Mikel Janin.

One character I’m pleased to see in What’s New In The New 52 over at DC is Grant Morrison’s Zauriel.You can see the warrior Angel in the next part of Trinity of Sin in Phantom Stranger #10 next month,until then,check out this design for his New 52 look by Mikel Janin.

DC’s latest release from their "What’s New in The New 52" are these character designs by Andrea Sorrentino for Green Arrow’s nemesis,Count Vertigo:

Count Vertigo’s debut in GREEN ARROW #22 will turn Oliver Queen’s world upside down once more. After Ollie takes something precious away from Count Vertigo, this new adversary will stop at nothing to track him down to get revenge and take back what he feels his rightfully his. And you especially won’t want to miss the showdown between these two, as its grave consequences will have very substantial and lasting effects on Ollie going forward. Below, check out series artist Andrea Sorrentino’s awesome design for Count Vertigo, and notice the device mounted to his head that holds his power! (Yikes!)

Green Arrow #22 is out June 3rd.

DC’s latest release from their "What’s New in The New 52" are these character designs by Andrea Sorrentino for Green Arrow’s nemesis,Count Vertigo:

Count Vertigo’s debut in GREEN ARROW #22 will turn Oliver Queen’s world upside down once more. After Ollie takes something precious away from Count Vertigo, this new adversary will stop at nothing to track him down to get revenge and take back what he feels his rightfully his. And you especially won’t want to miss the showdown between these two, as its grave consequences will have very substantial and lasting effects on Ollie going forward. Below, check out series artist Andrea Sorrentino’s awesome design for Count Vertigo, and notice the device mounted to his head that holds his power! (Yikes!)

Green Arrow #22 is out June 3rd.

Entertainment Weekly have revealed how Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane’s Angela will look when the character makes her debut in the final issue of Age of Ultron:
Angela first appeared in 1993 in the pages of Todd MacFarlane’s Spawn where she was introduced by writer Neil Gaiman and artist Todd MacFarlane, two of the biggest names to emerge from the comics scene of the past three decades. The two creators were also the top names printed on a mountain of legal documents during their decade-long legal battle for control of Angela. That was resolved in early 2012 and Angela now gets her wings, so to speak, in a Marvel issue co-written by Gaiman and Brain Bendis.
Her background: She was a foe and then romantic interest to Spawn and a flip image of him in many ways – he represents a conflicted antihero fashioned by the fires of hell and while she is a strident soul and ferocious warrior that won’t be mistaken for a cherub anytime soon. Interestingly, the biggest change to the character visually would be the tweaking of the wings on her headgear, which were perhaps a bit too close to the feathered fashion of Thor’s crown.
Drawn here by Joe Quesada,it’;s unclear yet just how the character will fit into the already crowded Marvel U,but you can be sure there will be quite a rush to find out on June 10th when Age of Ultron #10 hits the stands.

Entertainment Weekly have revealed how Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane’s Angela will look when the character makes her debut in the final issue of Age of Ultron:

Angela first appeared in 1993 in the pages of Todd MacFarlane’s Spawn where she was introduced by writer Neil Gaiman and artist Todd MacFarlane, two of the biggest names to emerge from the comics scene of the past three decades. The two creators were also the top names printed on a mountain of legal documents during their decade-long legal battle for control of Angela. That was resolved in early 2012 and Angela now gets her wings, so to speak, in a Marvel issue co-written by Gaiman and Brain Bendis.

Her background: She was a foe and then romantic interest to Spawn and a flip image of him in many ways – he represents a conflicted antihero fashioned by the fires of hell and while she is a strident soul and ferocious warrior that won’t be mistaken for a cherub anytime soon. Interestingly, the biggest change to the character visually would be the tweaking of the wings on her headgear, which were perhaps a bit too close to the feathered fashion of Thor’s crown.

Drawn here by Joe Quesada,it’;s unclear yet just how the character will fit into the already crowded Marvel U,but you can be sure there will be quite a rush to find out on June 10th when Age of Ultron #10 hits the stands.

Last week,DC released this character design for the Joker’s Daughter,New 52 style,they haven’t told me who drew it though which is annoying.Do you think it’s Greg Capullo?Any guesses would be appreciated!
OK,most of you seem to think it’s Brett Booth;could be,could be…

Last week,DC released this character design for the Joker’s Daughter,New 52 style,they haven’t told me who drew it though which is annoying.Do you think it’s Greg Capullo?Any guesses would be appreciated!

OK,most of you seem to think it’s Brett Booth;could be,could be


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