Today DC released some of their variant covers for November, which have a Justice League movie theme. Not all of them depict the Flash, but he’s on at least five of the covers. They feature art from artists as varied as Howard Porter, Mike McKone, Terry Dodson, Dustin Nguyen, and more. You can see a few here (the one at left is by McKone, and those below are by Porter and Tony S. Daniel), and the DC blog shows all of the variants which have been posted so far. And remember, the film is due out the same month, on November 17th!
Keen on any of the covers? Will you be picking up some of these in November?
Courtesy of Bleeding Cool, here are a couple of Flash-related variant covers from October (see the October solicits here at Speedforce). The Flash #32 cover is by Howard Porter, and the Deathstroke #24 cover with the younger Wally West is by Shane Davis and Michelle Delecki. You can view the rest of the variants at Bleeding Cool.
Newsarama has a ton of DC Comics variant covers for July, including…
Flash #2 Variant Cover by Dave Johnson
Comic Vine revealed this variant cover by Dave Johnson for Flash #1, coming next month after the DC: Rebirth launch.
ComicsAlliance has a preview of Flash #50, the giant-sized anniversary issue out in stores next week. In addition to a few early pages from the issue, we also get a first(?) look at the Batman v. Superman variant cover by Duncan Fegredo.
HE FLASH #50
Written by ROBERT VENDITTI and VAN JENSEN
Art by JESUS MERINO
Cover by IVAN REIS and JOE PRADO
Variant cover by DUNCAN FEGREDO
On sale MARCH 30 • 48 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
In our massive 50th issue, The Flash must win back the trust of Central City! But to do so, he needs to outrun the police force that’s been charged with bringing him down—with the awesome power of the Rogues behind it all!
So, what do you think? Are you looking forward to the conclusion of the fugitive Flash story?
This week’s Flash #49 has a variant cover by Neal Adams and Frank Miller, inspired by Adams’ cover for Superman #317. The 13th Dimension interviews Neal Adams about the cover process and working with Miller, and shows different stages of the art process.