Gary Whitta and Darick Robertson’s upcoming eight issue mini-series, Batman: Fortress, places Batman at the forefront of earth’s defense when Superman goes missing.
Dynamite is commemorating the 15th anniversary of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys this April with the release of the first of three omnibus editions.
This influential anthology which debuted in 1989 gave fans story arcs such as “Shaman,” “Prey,” “Gothic,” and “Venom,” and was always known for adventurous takes on Batman and his rogues gallery.
Currently, Robertson is brining his unique brand of expressive artwork to Humanoids’ Space Bastards and the combination of a futuristic sci-fi setting and over-the-top storytelling by Joe Aubrey and Eric Peterson is right up Robertson’s alley.
Writers/creators Joe Aubrey and Eric Peterson spoke to us about the new series, the fine artists they are working with, and what it is like to be on the Humanoids label in this exclusive interview.
John Constantine goes back to his gritty, Vertigo-roots nn September 1, with the release of writer Tom Taylor and artist Darick Robertson’s Black Label mini-series, Hellblazer: Rise and Fall.