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Three Jokers Sequel? Not Yet, Jason Fabok Took Work Elsewhere
Jason Fabok has been showing off his new work on Instagram And it's not what you may expect Bleeding Cool scooped the news back in November that Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok were working on a sequel to their uber-successful Batman: Three Jokers series, but you may have to wait. You may not see this for[...]
SCOOP: Batman: Three Jokers Sequel From Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok
What is it they say about (comparatively) good things coming in threes? Like Jokers? I understand from well-placed sources that Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok are creating a one-shot sequel to DC Comic's biggest selling comic book of 2020, Batman: The Three Jokers And that will be an integral part of the new DC Omniverse[...]
Does The Three Jokers Give Batman Closure Over The Death Of His Parents?
Joe Chill emerged again in The Three Jokers #2 by Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, still in prison, dying of cancer – but now busted out by the Joker And in Batman: The Three Jokers #3, Joker's plan is set in motion, as Batman investigates Joe Chill's cell to find letters, addresses to Bruce Wayne. Does[...]
How The Three Jokers Rewrites The Killing Joke (BIG SPOILERS)
Bleeding Cool told you yesterday that Batman: The Three Jokers #3 by Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok worked as a direct sequel to Batman: The Killing Joke by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland Here's where it breaks down most visibly Big spoilers going in, you have been warned. Batman: The Three Jokers. So Batgirl gets her own[...]
The Three Jokers #3 Add New Twist To Barbara Gordon's Life (Spoilers)
But today's Batman: The Three Jokers by Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, following on from their work on Justice League, in which it was revealed to Batman that there were indeed Three Jokers, adds a little twist or two With Barbara making a rather clear statement. He knows She knows he knows This is not new[...]
Batman's Oldest Enemy Returns In Three Jokers Book Two (Spoilers)
The release of the new Three Jokers Book Two by Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok had one moment teased a long time ago come to fruition But it's only a momentary blip The nine-panel grid continues to make for a Watchmen affair, especially when you have scenes like this. Three Jokers Book Two art When padlocked eyes[...]
Three Pages From The Three Jokers #2 - What Will The Twist Ending Be?
Anyway, back in January, Bleeding Cool reported a little Three Jokers gossip.  No sign of his and Jason Fabok's Three Jokers yet on the schedules and Fabok is currently working on the third issue – but I am told there is a scene in the second book with Barbara Gordon and Jason Todd that will cause waves and[...]
Jason Fabok Apologies For Comic Shop Charging $50 For His Signature
Whether that's Doctor Who: Time Lord Victorious, or the price of Jason Fabok's signature in a Canadian comic book store The Daily Lying In The Gutters, remains a long-running run around the day before and the day ahead You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. Jason Fabok's John Hancock – The Daily[...]
Jason Fabok Apologies For Comic Shop Charging $50 For His Signature
Three Jokers artist Jason Fabok attended a signing at Woodbridge Heroes in Woodbridge, Ontario, for Batman: Three Jokers.  He is touring a number of comic book stores, but this one didn't go well There was a $50 minimum signing fee, and Jason didn't seem to know about that. When he found out, he posted a video[...]
The Three Jokers - So What Does It All Mean Then? (Spoilers)
Funnily enough, that's also what the readership have been going through, as the lead into this series was published in Justice League #50 also by Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, just before the DC Rebirth that also repeated the claim about the Three Jokers That was five years ago, folks… but you made it Was[...]
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That's a gigantic number for having new distribution. The Three Jokers is the long-awaited, much-anticipated series by Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson that has been promised for a number of years now Initially spinning out of the revelation in the Mobius Chair in Geoff Johns' Justice League that the Joker was not one person,[...]
FOC Cover Stories
A new Wonder Woman #762 1:25 cover by David Marquez with a 17th of August FOC for publication on the 9th of September and a new Death Metal: Trinity Crisis #1 1:25 cover with a 24th of August FOC for publication on the 16th of September. Three Jokers #1 cover by Jason Fabok. DC Comics will also be[...]
Three Jokers Get a Free Playing Card – One Per Joker
Marvel Comics' Empyre may have dropped its promotional pins, but DC Comics will be dealing out promotional playing cards for the launch of Batman: The Three Jokers by Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok in August. In celebration of the highly anticipated Batman: The Three Jokers miniseries, DC offers retailers ultimate wild card with promotional playing cards[...]
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Originally teased in Justice League #50 and the DC Rebirth Special in 2016, The Three Jokers was a series by Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson originally scheduled for 2018 by DC Comics This was postponed many a time before finally setting on June 2020 At which point a little thing called a global[...]
Three Jokers to Launch in June, Johns and Fabok Promise No (More) Delays
Three Jokers, the long-awaited comic by Geoff "Jeff" Johns and Jason Fabok, is finally set to debut in June No, seriously We know DC has been talking about Three Jokers for years now, but there's a good reason for that, according to a new interview with Johns and Fabok on Entertainment Weekly: they wanted to[...]
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Does this tweet from artist Jason Fabok… big #batman #Threejokers news coming soon… stay tuned pic.twitter.com/q6HrCAqPbD — Jason Fabok (@JasonFabok) January 13, 2020 …indicate that Three Jokers #1 by Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok will be solicited by DC Comics for April? Looks like we should add it to the Frankensteined titles[...]
Fans Will Decide Whether The Three Jokers Will Be In DC Comics Continuity…
And the continuity of Doomsday Clock became a lot lighter, with changes to the Legion Of Super-Heroes and the Justice Society Of America – and now, potentially, Black Adam. But what of Geoff Johns' other project that span out of his Justice League and Rebirth book? The Three Jokers with Jason Fabok. In Justice League, Batman learned[...]
Jason Fabok Thinks Batman Deserves Someone Better Than Catwoman
That person is superstar artist Jason Fabok, and the controversial opinion was posted, appropriately, in response to the Let's Talk Justice League Twitter account calling for people's most controversial opinions about Batman. He deserves a better woman than catwoman… — Jason Fabok (@JasonFabok) May 30, 2019 Of course, this particular controversial opinion went over about as well as[...]
Three Jokers NYCC 2
He  also showed off a bunch of art by Jason Fabok. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ There is a lot of of throwbacks to the character designs from Killing Joke, with some nods to Keaton's Batman in his costume[...]
Jason Fabok's $100 3D Superman Coin Costs $1200 CAD, and It's Already Sold Out
Yesterday, Bleeding Cool told you about the Royal Canadian Mint's $100 Superman: The Last Son of Krypton 3D coin designed by Jason Fabok Though featured in an article on the Mint's website describing the creation process and mentioned in another press release about the Mint's 3D coin technology, we were unable to find an actual[...]
Check Out Jason Fabok's $100 3D Superman Coin for the Royal Canadian Mint
If you thought those 3D lenticular comic book covers were something, wait until you get a load of the new Superman: The Last Son of Krypton coin designed by superstar artist Jason Fabok. The coin is the latest in technological advances from the Royal Canadian Mint, whose product manager, Jamie Desrochers, is a big comic book fan[...]
Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of July 4th, 2018: From Hulk to Inhumans
We get the whereabouts of Lois Lane and Jonathan, Superman and Supergirl take on Rogul Zaar in one last showdown, and Jason Fabok makes it all look gorgeous I can't wait for this week's Superman #1. Vagrant Queen #2 cover by Natasha Alterici 4 Vagrant Queen #2 Vagrant Queen #1 was a promising and charming delight. Vagrant Queen #2 pushes the comic further with[...]
Man of Steel #6 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair
Also, Rogol Zaar hasn't become the memorable or iconic Superman villain that he was intended to be. Man of Steel #6 art by Jason Fabok and Alex Sinclair Jason Fabok turns in some top-notch work for this issue Each page is given exquisite detailing, and the fight scenes look downright iconic for the character There isn't a[...]
Batman #50 cover by Mikel Janin
Daniel, and Jason Fabok contribute some gorgeous artwork to the remainder of the book. Batman #50 is a massive letdown of a comic It shoots for meaning and deep emotional resonance but trips itself up on its own perception of what the Batman should be It's a visually gorgeous book, and some of the writing is[...]
Man of Steel #5 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair
Jason Fabok and Alex Sinclair tackle the flashback scene once again, and that looks great too, even if Fabok and Hughes have vastly different styles. Man of Steel #5 is a return to quality after the subpar #4 The fight between Clark and Rogol Zaar is great, the dialogue remains solid, and the conflict provides some[...]
The Man of Steel #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair
I'll admit I have more tolerance for this kind of thing than other. Ivan Reis covers the art for the majority of the book, with Jason Fabok taking the last two pages Both artists are up to their well-documented A-game in this book, as it looks quite gorgeous throughout The detailing, figures, and expression are all[...]
Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 cover by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson
Swamp Thing knows that he must kill the monster, or he and the Green will die. Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 art by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson The follow-up story is an uncaptioned Swamp Thing story by Len Wein, Kelley Jones, and Michelle Madsen involving Solomon Grundy, Batman, and Swamp Thing's old friend, Matt Cable[...]
Feels, Twists But No New Breaks In The Case – Batman #22 Review
The art from Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson is superb too Clean, bright where it should be, dark in the right places, and feeling like event-quality artwork throughout All together, a tightly knit package that makes for a great read. And it has a wonderful emotional moment in it, which feels like a potential real sticking[...]