Source: DC Superheroes Get A Monster Mash-Up In October
Literally dozens of DC fans were relieved today as Buzzfeed announced October's variant cover theme: Halloween. This totally unpredictable move satisfied those collectors who were not looking forward to going cold turkey after September’s upcoming 3DNado 2. A rag tag group of up and coming artists such as Neal Adams, Rafael Albuquerque, and Chris Burnham have been tasked with depicting iconic DC characters (and, maybe, Cassandra Cain) as ghastly horrors appropriate for Halloween. And, yes, I mean ghastlier than normal.
Here's six of them:
Action Comics #35 variant cover by Jason Pearson
Aquaman #35 cover variant by Mark Nelson
Batman and Robin #35 variant cover by Chris Burnham
Justice League #35 variant cover by Rafael Albuquerque
Superman #35 variant cover by Jason Pearson
Wonder Woman #35 variant cover by Aaron Lopresti
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