The DC Comics Style Guide // artwork by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez (1982)
In 1982 DC published a guide to help professional and aspiring artists learn how to draw DC Characters properly. Jose Luis Garcia Lopez graced the pages of that book by offering the definitive renditions of these characters by the time. Most of them still hold up really well to this day (despise the New 52 and all their padding)
Faces Of The Trinity // artwork by Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Alex Sinclair (2013)
Probably most of you already know that Batman/Superman got delayed by almost a full year and it will be released on May 6 of 2016. I just wanted to remind the world that while we can put the topic of this movie to rest for almost two years and a half, the Dc Trinity now have some very talented and good looking faces to play them! For those living under a rock, when this film is released we’ll get Henry Cavill (center) reprising his role as Superman. Gal Gadot (left) playing for the first time in a film the amazonian warrior-princess Wonder Woman, and Ben Affleck (right) playing a new Batman. You can read here a good article from the nice fellows of Comic Book Resources explaining why the delay is a good move for this film!.
Superior Spider-Man Vs The Green Goblin // artwork by Mark Brooks (2013)
Catwoman (Vol 1): The First Six Issues // artwork by Jim Balent (1993)
The first six covers of the classic run for DC’s Catwoman. When the boom of the “Bad Girls” trend was going strong in the 90’s DC gave it a shot by giving his most famous female character (besides Wonder Woman) her first solo book, the comic proved popular enough to last 94 issues before being revamped with a new #1 a year later. The vast majority of this first volume was illustrated by Jim Balent until #77 (with no fill-ins ) At the time he was considered the ultimate artist for Catwoman and the book had a gimmick of a changing top line before the logo of the character unless there was crossover between the bat-books.