DC: Carmine Di Giandomenico on Batgirl and the new July 2019
DC has released in the late evening of Friday, the anticipated outputs in July in the USA, with some important departures, and a change of creative team that speaks distinctly Italian.
Carmine Di Giandomenico will discuss Batgirl from #37 assisted to texts by the great Cecil Castellucci, Shade – The Changing Girl) with the heroine that will face before the threat of Killer Moth and then the returned Oracle as well as develop even Lex Luthor!
July also sees the starting Batman: Curse of the White Kinght, the sequel to the lucky elseworld written and drawn by Sean G. Murphy.
For the labels DC Zoom, and DC Ink, there are two proposals. The first, for the public, YA see Bruce Wayne, on the eve of his eighteenth birthday, the risk of ending up in Arkham forever and it is titled Batman: Nightwalker. The second one for a public all-ages is Swamp Kid, rereading the character made famous by Alan Moore.
They come in the comics the stories published originally for the anthologies born for the supermarket chain Walmart and that will be offered in 6 albums. This is the Batman: Universe of Brian M. Bendis and Nick Derington, Superman Up in The Sky by Tom King and Andy Kubert, and Wonder Woman: come Back to Me of Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Chad Hardin.
July sees also share the label DC's Young Animal, curated by Gerard Way, with the new “season” of the Doom Patrol – called Weight of the World – and two new series Collapser and Make Sector, for all the details click HERE.
Will finally, after being repeatedly deferred, two mini-series of 12 numbers, which arose directly from the events narrated by Bria M. Bendis in the pages of Superman and Action Comics. We're talking about Jimmy Olsen, Matt Fraction and Steve Lieber, and Lois Lane Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins.
In the first, we follow Jimmy while witnessing with his videos the most bizarre of the DC Universe... only to then be killed?!?
In the second, we follow the investigations of Lois Lane engaged now more than ever to unmask the so-called fake news.
There are three closures: Adventures of the Super Sons with the #12, the Vertigo series American Carnage with the #9 and the Female Furies with the #6.
Also noteworthy is the presence of the Italian Giuseppe Camuncoli as well as the cover artist on the various tested also as a designer of Green Lantern Annual #1 on texts by Grant Morrison.
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