Written by ThanosCopter
on Tuesday, November 19 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
DC has released an image inspired by a famed painting of the first Thanksgiving.
DC has released a teaser image for Batman: Eternal, the upcoming weekly series that will feature the return of Stephanie Brown. The image, based off Jean Leon Gerome Ferris's The First Thanksgiving, depicts Batman and a cast of heroes and villains enjoying a turkey day feast.
You'll note that Stephanie Brown is sitting next to Harper Row to the left of the image. Also, while Titus the dog and Alfred the cat both make an appearance in the image, the famed Batcow does not. A blond Nightwing also makes an appearance, so we'll see what happens with him, as well. There's a few characters I don't recognize, but I'm sure the commenters will handle that.
Here's the painting this teaser was inspired from:
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