Mikel Janin Archives

The Boomer Humor Of Grant Morrison In Superman & The Authority #2
Grant Morrison was born on January the 31st, 1960, towards the end of what is defined as the Baby Boomer generation, these days often dismissed as "boomers." And in today's Superman & The Authority #2 with Mikel Janin, they really want to show how down with the kids they are Or realising just how embarrassing[...]
Interior preview page from SUPERMAN AND THE AUTHORITY #1 (OF 4) CVR A MIKEL JANIN
But what does this mean for Superman & The Authority by Grant Morrison and Mikel Janin? It was a move that Bleeding Cool first reported in 2019, and Grant Morrison has talked about how originally the plan that they rejected was to have a more authoritarian Superman forming The Authority while his son Jonathan Kent took[...]
First Look: Superman & The Authority by Grant Morrison & Mikel Janin
I was about 28 when I wrote my first Superman scene in Animal Man and now I'm 61. It becomes a very interesting prospect to see an older Superman and how he would recalibrate his mission and make it work in a different way but still live up to the promise of that, the champion of the oppressed[...]
First Look: Superman & The Authority by Grant Morrison & Mikel Janin
Then, of course, 5G and Infinite Frontier got in the way as Brian Bendis left the Superman books early. Then in March, Amazon listed  Superman & The Authority, a new two-issue comic book by Grant Morrison, Mikel Janin, and Jordie Bellaire. Seemingly with Superman, Midnighter, Apollo, Enchantress, Manchester Black, OMAC, Natasha Irons, and a Flash of sorts. Then in April, DC Comics announced[...]
Superman And The Authority By Grant Morrison and Mikel Janin For D
DC Comics is to publish Superman & The Authority, a new two-issue comic book by Grant Morrison, Mikel Janin and Jordie Bellaire. Seemingly with Superman, Midnighter, Apollo, Enchantress, Manchester Black, OMAC, Natasha Irons and a Flash of sorts Here's the Amazon listing. Superman And The Authority By Grant Morrison, Mikel Janin and Jordie Bellaire The Authority was a[...]
DC Previews Mariko Tamaki and Mikel Janin's Wonder Woman #759
Mariko Tamaki was due to take over Wonder Woman as the new ongoing writer in June… that's now July, because of the shutdown, with Mikel Janin on Wonder Woman #759 Now it's heading to FOC this weekend, DC Comics want to let you have a look at a few of the pages alongside covers by[...]
Mariko Tamaki and Mikel Janín Join Wonder Woman Ongoing, Bring Back Maxwell Lord
I have always wanted a golden lasso and an invisible jet, and I feel like now, writing Wonder Woman, I'm one step closer." Mikel Janin has been a familiar face in superhero comics in recent years, most prominently drawing the Grayson series, co-written by Tom King, drawing Justice League Dark and then joining King on his 85-issue[...]
Creator Credits For Swamp Thing Giant #4 and Wonder Woman Giant #4, Released
While Wonder Woman Giant #4 includes these new stories, under a direct-market only cover by Mikel Janin. Hope Springs Eternal, a 16-page story written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner with art by Daniel Sampere and Juan Albarran Wonder Woman visits an old friend on her last day, but afterward, Diana's day turns into a nightmare[...]
Batman and Kite Man Walk Into a Bar in Tom King's Final Batman #85
He released the following page of artwork by Mikel Janin from Batman #85 Batman and Kite Man in Porky's, the bar he created for the Batman/Elmer Fudd crossover, which he also integrated into the continuity of his run… or rather Bruce Wayne and Chuck Brown… In two weeks Batman 85 Hell yeah pic.twitter.com/ZyokTRCo6K — Tom King (@TomKingTK)[...]
How Did Bruce Wayne Kill Alfred Pennyworth? Batman #83 Spoilers
It was duty. And in doing so, free the Bat… Batman #83 is published today by DC Comics. BATMAN #83 (W) Tom King (A/CA) Mikel Janin It's chapter nine of "City of Bane," and it's time for a reckoning in Gotham City! Thomas Wayne has joined forces with Bane, and that alliance threatens to throw a monkey wrench into Batman's[...]
Batman #50 cover by Mikel Janin
While they prepare, Bruce and Selina individually reminisce about their times together, each other, and how their relationship has developed over the years. Batman #50 cover by Mikel Janin As the title says, this will be a spoiler-free review I don't want to ruin the story for anyone, but it is a hard comic to not spoil[...]
Batman #49 cover by Mikel Janin
The two rogues talk. Batman #49 cover by Mikel Janin It's hard to know what to expect from a Tom King Batman book You can have expectations based upon previous installments, but he still finds a way to catch you completely off-guard. For example, I wasn't expecting this to be a book-long chat between Catwoman and the Joker[...]