Source: Exclusive Payola Deal
The Outhouse has exclusively obtained covers for the remainder of the Batman books. All of the covers appear to be drawn by Jason Fabok and feature the chained Batman image he's photoshopped into all of his other September covers:
When DC released covers to three Batman books featuring identical images of Batman tied up in the background, we were prepared to blow the whistle on DC and reset the counter to HasDCDoneSomethingStupidToday.com. In a futile bid to keep us quiet, DC offered us the following EXCLUSIVE covers, all of which were presumably created by Jason Fabok and DC's resident Photoshop expert, Senior Design Intern Vlad Kozinkerov.
We're still tempted to reset the counter for the sad, sad use of Photoshop, but here's the covers to Mona Lisa #1, The Last Supper #1, The Persistence of Memory #1, The Pink Dancers Before the Ballet #1, The Scream #1, The Nighthawks #1, The Starry Night #1, The Birth of Venus #1, and A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte #1, all of which also feature Batman somehow.
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