Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Comic Cover of the Week: Mama Said Knock You Out

Happy New Comic Book Day! Hey people, new books are here. With so many good books from different publishers, it's a great time to be a fan. Oh yeah, I hear there's some kind of convention starting today. That means awesome events, lots of people, cool costumes, a beautiful city and good food. If you made the trip to SDCC, I suggest finding your way over to Gaslamp Pizza for their BBQ chicken pizza. While I won't be in San Diego this weekend, I'll be keeping up with news from the show.

For now though, take a look at J.H. Williams III cover for Batwoman #22.

From the beginning, Batwoman has been a gorgeous book. Led by J.H. Williams III, the adventures of Kate Kane have been drawn by multiple artists including Amy Reeder and Trevor McCarthy (current artist), and has never missed a visual stroke. Williams has provided readers with what could be said as some of the most unique layouts in comics. Here, the perspective is what caught my eye. Batwoman's fist meeting someone's face is pure fun. If you've been reading this book, you know what I mean. The coloring

Whoever says superhero books are all the same has not read Batwoman. It's not too late to rectify that.