J.H. Williams III

The Batwomen of Two Worlds Collide in ‘Batman Incorporated’ #4 [UPDATED]
The Batwomen of Two Worlds Collide in ‘Batman Incorporated’ #4 [UPDATED]
Batwoman fans had better pay attention to this preview of Batman Incorporated, for the new issue is the last place you'll see the enigmatic Kate Kane for several months. On sale this week from DC Comics, issue #4 of Batman, Inc. depicts the first proper meeting between Bruce Wayne's Batman and Kate Kane's Batwoman, as well as the return of Kathy Kane, the original Batwoman who hasn't been seen in
The Colorfully Black & White World of Williams & Stewart’s ‘Batwoman’ [Preview]
The Colorfully Black & White World of Williams & Stewart’s ‘Batwoman’ [Preview]
StewartFollowing a spectacular debut in the Detective Comics storyline "Elegy" and a maddeningly enticing preview in November's Batwoman #0, the J.H. Williams III interpretation of Batwoman is thissss close to launching her first ongoing series in earnest, as Batwoman #1 finally goes on sale next month...
Bruce Wayne Dances the Scorpion Tango in ‘Batman Incorporated’ #3 [Preview]
Bruce Wayne Dances the Scorpion Tango in ‘Batman Incorporated’ #3 [Preview]
The woefully off-schedule Batman Incorporated appears to be back on track, with a new issue on sale this week and another in just a fortnight. Written by Grant Morrison with artwork by Yanick Paquette and Michael Lacombe, the particularly fun series that follows Bruce Wayne on his quest to franchise Batmen to the major cities of the world continues with issue #3's Argentina-set story, in which Bat
‘Detective Comics’ 871, ‘Batman and Robin’ 17, ‘Batwoman’ 0: Still Have Room for More Batman?
‘Detective Comics’ 871, ‘Batman and Robin’ 17, ‘Batwoman’ 0: Still Have Room for More Batman?
This week marks the continued roll-out of the new Batman line at DC with Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel's Batman and Robin, Scott Snyder and Jock's Detective Comics with a Commissioner Gordon backup drawn by Francesco Francavilla, and the zero issue of Batwoman by J...
‘Batwoman’ #0 Preview: Batman Asks ‘Who is Batwoman?’
‘Batwoman’ #0 Preview: Batman Asks ‘Who is Batwoman?’
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), the story continues the saga of Kate Kane that begin in earnest in Williams

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