Rooftop Readers will recall Mingjue Helen Chen's previous take on Batgirl and Wonder Woman, but this new collection blows the doors off. Halfway towards everyday cosplay outfits, these new redesigns are so dang fresh, and yet instantly recognizable. 100% a
A few months ago, I released a short, autobiographical comic called Something Terrible, about my life growing up with fictional heroes, and how imaginary heroes had somehow managed to rescue me here in the real world. In the story, there's a page I call "Y
Considering that we spotlighted the Clown Prince of Crime, it seems only right that we make a little room for his arch-nemesis — not that we need an excuse to showcase the work of Paolo Rivera, of course.
Carlos Nicolas Zamudio's Cyclops redesign idea caught my attention today. I think it's a cool look, even without the energy-blast channeling feature, but the action shot at the top does make that look pretty rad.
P:R Pal Erica Henderson posted this colony of Batgirl sketches a while back, and with the Batgirl Begins Again contest deadline less than a week away, I figured this was a good Sketchbook Saturday to share them with all you Rooftop Readers. (Side note: Jes
EXCLUSIVE: Klaus Janson Discusses DC Return, Working with Johns, Romita Jr. on Superman - Klaus Janson discusses his role on the all-star Superman creative team with Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr., and shares a message to Frank Miller.
Introducing our new column, Amalgamatic, for amalgamized versions of heroes. To kick it off, here's a Spider-Batman I drew at my son's request. He's a HUGE fan of the Miles Morales Spider-Man design (and was actually the first person on the planet to have