Posts tagged: Batwoman
In September, the Batwoman team of J.H. Williams III and Haden Blackman announced they were leaving the book with issue 26. The firestorm around the reasons they were leaving led DC to move up their departure by two issues and hire a new writer. While replacing a long running team is always a challenge for any writer coming on board during such a volatile transition makes it even more challenging. The writer chosen to replace Williams helped mitigate some of the controversy - Marc Andreyko who had written the DC fan favorite Manhunter.
Andreyko’s run starts this week with issue #25 (preview here, new replacement cover below ) which is now part of DC Comic’s mini-event centered around Batman Zero. He’ll be joined next month by his Manhunter collaborator Jeremy Haun, who I spoke to last month.
When Andreyko was announced there was some speculation DC chose him for the job because he is an out gay man. But as the email interview I did with Andreyko earlier this week shows the idea of his joining Batwoman wasn’t DC’s idea.
Just eight women remain in competition. And remember these women are here because YOU chose them. You chose the 32, you chose the winners in the prior two matches. And now … it is going to get very painful.
Today we have two women from Gotham (like 7 our 8 of these quarterfinalists) who both wear…
Personal work, 2010
Due to some inconsistencies in voting I am redoing the second match of the quarterfinals. I know everyone has their favorites and there is a lot of enthusiasm for those favorites to win, but please stick to the rules - one vote per person.
So, one more time!
In this corner, a woman never stops…
Yesterday’s contest was on by Cass Cain who smothered her mother in battle. Sorry Shiva!
One wears the Bat, the other wears the fishnets. It’s a SCREAM of a battle.
In one corner, one of the top martial artists and a someone you don’t want raising her voice…
Dinah Laurel Lance, Black Canary!
And in the other corner, she lives to serve … and kick your ass…
Kate Kane, Batwoman
Voting is open until 8pm EDT
In Detective Comics: Batwoman, Kate Kane leaves West Point because of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Good-bye DADT.
Bruce Timm’s interpretation of Batwoman. Beautiful.