JOËLLE JONES' First Art From Upcoming BATMAN Run With TOM KING

"Batman #33" cover
Credit: Joëlle Jones/Jordie Bellaire (DC Comics)
Credit: Joëlle Jones/Jordie Bellaire (DC Comics)

Joëlle Jones is joining DC Comics' Batman line-up, and just tweeted out her first piece of art from that assignment - the cover to October's #33, her debut.

This will be Jones' second Batman project, following doing some work on the Batman '66 title. For Batman, she'll be reuniting with her long-time collaborator Jamie S. Rich - as writer, he worked with her on several creator-owned titles. Rich has recently come in as one of the editors of Batman.

Here is the solicitation for Jones' first issue:

Written by TOM KING
Art and cover by JOELLE JONES
Variant cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
“A DREAM OF ME” part 1! Following his marriage proposal to Catwoman, Batman leaves Gotham City on a quest of renewal and redemption. As he travels and fights, he encounters members of his family—each disturbed by Batman’s journey, each ready to stand in his way, each ready to push back against Batman’s stubborn determination to evolve into something better than a superhero.
On sale OCTOBER 18 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

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