DC Comics has released more details, some covers, and some interior art for the new Wonder Girl series launching next month by Joëlle Jones and Jordie Bellaire.
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And one of them was going to be Batman and he was going to be a person of color. Joelle Jones tells a similar story to Polygon about Yana Flor, Wonder Girl, the Future State Wonder Woman, also getting her own series from March, and looking to Dan DiDio's decision. Jones became interested in the mythologies of[...]
Spinning out of DC’s Future State: Wonder Woman, writer/artist Joëlle Jones returns to Yara Flor, the Wonder Woman of DC Future State before she got to
But, as has been pointed out, the CW decision to create a TV series based on the Future State Wonder Woman from Joëlle Jones, Yara Flor, was part of the original plans for 5G that would have seen her as the new Wonder Woman going forward, and justified that other media would be excited by[...]
Thought Bubble, the UK’s largest comic art festival, has shared a first look at programme for this year’s digital convention taking place, on-line, on
Damn your sexy black leather!! — Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) January 7, 2020 As for current Catwoman creator Joelle Jones, she has something else she's working on too… View this post on Instagram Research for a new project A post shared by Joelle Jones (@joelle_jones) on Jan 4, 2020 at 11:48am PST Fresh from his critically-acclaimed and bestselling Batman:[...]
And Joelle Jones, writer and artist, gets to revisit those issues around Batman #50 and before, from a different perspective. …and so we get to see all those who led to her decision, and all manipulated by Bane… There must be a recking there And it does give a certain frisson to last week's Batman #83… Catwoman #17[...]
Joining Waid on the panel were Donny Cates, Gerry Duggan, Joelle Jones, and Tim Sale. Mark Waid not realizing how close Bleeding Cool is Waid came out a little before the panel started and asked if anyone had any questions He only had to ask me once to throw a question his way I asked what he[...]
DC Comics has revealed their solicitations for DC Collectibles products on sale in May. Batman The Animated Series, Batgirl, Wonder Woman, and more!
Later, Selina continues to have trouble sleeping and decides to bulk up on her arsenal. Catwoman #2 cover by Joelle Jones and Laura Allred Catwoman #2 opens with a gorgeously-crafted fight scene between Selina and those false Catwomen Joelle Jones makes Selina's fighting look elegant and graceful in a way few artists could accomplish. After that, the book[...]
As such, the police are after Selina Kyle, and she must escape capture and discover who is ruining her day. Catwoman #1 cover by Joelle Jones and Laura Allred Despite my problems with Batman #50, I was still looking forward to reading Joelle Jones' take on Catwoman I'm glad to say that this first installment is a[...]
The wedding day of Batman and Catwoman has arrived at last. All that remains to be done is to find a judge, two witnesses, and to walk down the aisle.
Joelle Jones designed the new look, which DC's press release describes: Selina's sticking with the black, but gone are the goggles in favor of a cowl, along with some much sleeker, more stylish gloves and boots The new costume also seems to have some reinforcement in the middle and some openings under her shoulders, which add[...]
Bleeding Cool ace reporter Robert Goode is on the scene at the DC Batman panel at C2E2, and he writes in with a full panel report… The DC Batman Panel at C2E2 started with introductions by Batman Group: Tom King, Joelle Jones, Tony Daniel, Clay Mann, Sean Gordon Murphy, and Tim Seeley[...]
Coming out of the C2E2 Batman panel, Joëlle Jones is writing and drawing a Catwoman ongoing comic book that spun out from some work that Jones created during the Writers Workshop. Someone is out there committing crimes and impersonating her, and she needs to stop them to save her reputation — especially from Batman… Comes out on the[...]