DC's best title gets a new artist.
Brett Booth is joining Batman/Superman. CBR is reporting that the artist will join the book on a "semi-permanent" basis starting in November with issue #5. Booth and current artist Jae Lee will alternate arcs, which will allow the book to come out regularly. In an interview with CBR, Booth revealed that the first issue will be "horizontally-formatted", which Booth guessed will feature plenty of double page spreads with panels on them.
Pak and Booth previously worked on the upcoming Batman/Superman #23.1: Doomsday book for Villains Month.
Here's a double page spread from the first issue, courtesy of CBR, which features teenage heartthrob Nightwing shocking the crap out of Batman.
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