Published in 1996, DC Comics' Batman: Black and White remains one of the most celebrated anthologies in the history of mainstream comics. Originally a four issue miniseries that was collected into one volume, its popularity spawned similarly styled back up stories in the pages of Batman: Gotham Knights, which led to two more collections.
In its quest to continue delivering gender-swapped goodness -- perhaps the most demanded content in all of Adventure Time fandom -- Boom Studios has shared more art from its upcoming Adventure Time: Fionna & Cake comic book six-is
Superheroes like the Hulk and Wonder Woman never looked quite as fit as they do exercising in Maris Wicks' sketch work. She draws with a light, thoughtful quality that combines Chris Ware-like precision and simplicity with a kind of Alec Longstreth-meets-Kate Beaton air of rag-doll physics and whimsy