In the wake of the current Batwoman creative team of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman departing the book because of editorial mandates that lead character Kate Kane and fiancé Maggie Sawyer could not go through with their marriage, DC Comics has announced the series' new writer: Marc Andreyko, the writer of the publisher's well-received Manhunter series, which ran from 2004 to 2009.
W. Haden Blackman
In a posting to JH Williams III's website late Wednesday night, the acclaimed artist and his Batwoman co-writer W. Haden Blackman announced that due to what they described as a preponderance of "eleventh-hour changes" to stories that had been planned a year or more in advance, they're walking off the book. Among the grievances alleged by Williams and Blackman was publisher DC Comics' refusal to allow principal characters Batwoman (aka Kate Kane) and her fiancé Maggie Sawyer to get married.
On sale now from DC Comics is Batwoman #3, continuing the adventures of "estranged daughter, grieving sister, proud lesbian, brave soldier, determined hero" and New 52 breakout star Kate Kane. Written by JH Williams I
The long-awaited Batwoman series is on track to debut this September as part of the big DC Comics relaunch, and ComicsAlliance is pleased to exclusively present the cover to Batwoman #2, illustrated by the consistently jaw-dropping J.H. Williams III. On sale, October 12, Batwoman #2 will feature both a new villain and a new romance for Batwoman, a.k.a. Kate Kane.Ful
Everything we wrote yesterday about the uncommon beauty and general amazingness of DC Comics' Batwoman #1 is true, all except one thing: the book is no longer going on sale April 6. Comics retailers were informed Tuesday that the first two issues of the series, previously solicited for April and May, respectively, wi
On sale now is Batwoman #0, a special teaser issue in advance of the heroine's long-awaited ongoing series that launches in February. Written by J.H Williams III and W. Haden Blackman with artwork by Williams as well as Amy Reeder & Richard Friend (from the astonishingly excellent and cruelly cancelled Madame Xanadu),