THE BAT SIGNAL: Tony Daniel Enters Night of the Owls
Writer/artist Tony S. Daniel discusses fitting "Detective Comics" into the Night of the Owls event and what's coming down the pipeline for Bruce Wayne, sharing an exclusive look at his cover for issue #12.
Full article here.
Mr Daniel Incompetence isnt Attractive or Appreciated, now who the hell will draw witchblade while benes is taking your place! anger
(lol i should probley shut up actualy, im a good artist but i couldnt stick with a Schedule if my life depended on it)
I'm kinda interested For issue 12
Last edited by Cavemold; 05-01-2012 at 02:05 PM.
Shut up, Leonard
Hey CBR, it's kind of hard to say "exclusive" on an image, when he posted it on his Facebook days before.
The biggest thing I learned from this is that apparently April comes after May.
Anyway, good to know that this issue is more Jeremiah Arkham's story and that he and Snyder worked it out so this issue will take place between Batman 9 and 10 logically/easily.
This is how to spoil and to cut the interest of The Night of Owls with only the short comment under the issue #12 cover. Great. Thanks.
Are you following and adapting the silly idea of pre-swallow the food for your kids to the comic books? If it is the case, it is no more interesting to invest in the comic books: all the stories are pre-swallowed and presented months before the printed release of the comics books. And it is free!!!!
Why go against piracy with so stupid articles and spoils used only "to be the very true honest first one to tell you that!!!" reporter? Why?
Hey, guys!!! Take your time to live, day after day. Take a deep breath and search how many fragrances are in this sole breath. Take a rest on a bench, your face in the warming sun, your eyes closed, and taste the simple pleasure of life. Share your precious moments with those you love. Sometimes, just being there, beside someone you love and who loves you is the best instant in our precious life.
So, stop to project you in the months to come, just to be the first one to tell this and that. Live your life.
No, I am not in a terminal health condition. No, I will not attempt to suicide. I am just tired to "read" the future to come stories of my beloved comic books that now, I am really enough to spend my hard earned money in an entertainment already pre-swallowed by these kind of interviews, articles, small but destructive comments, etc. Where is the interest to read a comic book if you already know what it is coming?? hum?? And I am encountering this kind of feeling with only the US comic book market industry. To live the future before to live the present. The actual credo. Stupid.
Shut up, Leonard
Did you just make a whole long post about being spoiled "after Batman survives the Night of the Owls"
Originally Posted by fredmanson
No ---- he survives, that's like complaining about being spoiled when someone tells you the sun is going to set/rise, or complaining about being spoiled that the Titanic sinks at the end of the movie. The fact that any Batman books were even SOLICITED past 9 means he survives, how is this an issue? You really thought there was a chance that, this was it, Batman is gonna die this time?
Daniels doesn't get enough credit for the art on this title despite it being a magnetic polarization of critique in opposition to Snyder/Capullo's work.
Dark Knight Detective
Benes hasn't been drawing Witchblade--that was Diego Bernard, who's not only been doing that book fully every month, but has actually helped Benes out on Red Lanterns.
Originally Posted by Movieartman
Anyway--Daniel's stuff hasn't really compared to Batman or B&R, but it's getting better. Hopefully he continues to improve and grow as a writer.