So far, DC Comics latest new direction seems to be popular with fans, as six titles are being rushed back into print with new “character portrait” style covers.
2021 starts off with DC’s much-discussed Future State event, as well as two big Marvel releases, one from a classic Kirby creation and the other from the world of Star Wars.
In this exclusive interview, Phillips discusses all of the high profile projects currently on her “to do list: including DC’s Future State Harley Quinn, the on-going Harley Quinn series, Heavy Metal’s Taarna, Sensational Wonder Woman, AfterShock’s Nuclear Family, and Dark Horse Comics The Butcher of Paris collection.
Yoshitaka Amano, the incredible artist whose work has defined the Final Fantasy video game franchise and took The Sandman into a radical visual direction, has brought his signature style to a variant cover of a brand new Harley Quinn series.
This week we have the origin story of one of the most popular villains of the last thirty years, the start of new storylines, and landmark milestones for some classics and recent favorites.
2020 has been a big year for Punchline, and the folks at DC Comics have just unveiled when and where here story will continue. The “anti-Harley Quinn” will get her very own 48-page one-shot comic book this November.