First Look: Harlan Ellison's BATMAN '66: THE LOST EPISODE Variant Cover
CREDIT: DC Comics
In November, the print edition of Harlan Ellison's "Lost Episode" of Batman '66 will hit, and in addition to Alex Ross's cover, interior artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez is providing a variant. Ahead of next week's solicitations, check out the full solicit and Garcia-Lopez's cover exclusively right here.
BATMAN ‘66: THE LOST EPISODE #1
Story by HARLAN ELLISON • Script by LEN WEIN
Art by JOSE LUIS GARCIA-LOPEZ and JOE PRADO
Cover by ALEX ROSS
1:25 Variant cover by JOSE LUIS GARCIA-LOPEZ and JOE PRADO
One-shot • On sale NOVEMBER 19 • 80 pg, FC, $9.99 US
RATED E • DIGITAL FIRST
During the original Batman television series run, legendary science-fiction writer Harlan Ellison turned in an outline for a story that would have introduced Two-Face. The story never made it to air, and Two-Face never entered the TV show’s Rogues Gallery. Now, “The Two-Way Crimes of Two-Face” is adapted to comics by two comic book legends: writer Len Wein and artist José Luis Garcia-Lopez. Also included in this special edition are Ellison’s original prose story outline and the complete, original pencils by Garcia-Lopez.