You've seen plenty of Batman #50 retailer exclusive comics on Bleeding Cool... here come even more.
So many retailer exclusive covers for Batman #50. We've already seen a few... but now let's have some more.
Frank Cho is creating his own exclusive cover for Batman #50 selling in his own store -- a triple-interlocking variant cover.
More Batman #50 details emerge - not whether or not they actually go through with it, of course. The comic is by Tom King and Mikel Janin. But here's the
Batman #50 is to go on sale on Wednesday, July 4th, What a say for a Batwedding. However, DC Comics have now said that any store that wishes to sell
Jim Lee's and Art Adams's pencils for their Batman #50 covers, the wedding issue (allegedly), and both covers are open-order... the only tiers will be on the wedding cake.
You know, if Batman doesn't actually Catwoman, as seems a strong possibility knowing Tom King's tendency to bait and switch, there may be a lot of
Joe Jusko took to social media to share his progress on the retailer exclusive cover for the upcoming wedding of Batman and Catwoman in Batman Vol. 3 #50.
I note that Bruce Waye has the whip tonight... This cover for Batman #50, the wedding issue titled 'Holy Matrimony Batman' is meant to give us the wedding
Earlier we pointed out the Joker's wedding invitation -- in his mind, at least -- to the wedding of Batman and Catwoman, as seen in DC Comics titles today.
In the modern superhero comics landscape, it's not easy for a comic to break the 100,000 issue sales barrier. But Batman seems to have the magic touch, according to writer Tom King.
It appears that Lee Weeks, who drew the acclaimed Batman/Elmer Fudd Special and Batman Annual #2, will be joining the ongoing Batman series shortly. Tom King tweeted out the good news.
Batman #22 And Flash #22 Did Beat Both Secret Empire #1 And Venom #150 To The Top Spot In May 2017 Diamond Comics Charts
Courtesy of Diamond Comic Distributors, not only do we have the Top 100 Comics chart for May 2017 that we ran yesterday, but the Dollar rank and the Index
Late February through March is always an interesting time of year for vintage comic book sales. Major auction season for the year has gotten underway
We told you the other week that Harley Quinn #1 had sold 400,000 copies to comic book stores. Of course it managed this with plenty of exclusive retailer