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The Bombshells variant cover for “Batman” No. 43 by Ant Lucia. (DC Comics)
The Bombshells variant cowl for “Catwoman” No. Forty three by Des Taylor. (DC Comics)
The Bombshells variant cover for “Detective Comics” No. Forty three that includes Huntress by Emanuella Luppachino with Tomeu Morey. (DC Comics)
The Bombshells variant cover for “Superman/Marvel Girl” No. 20 by Terry Dodson with Rachel Dodson. (DC Comics)
The cover for “DC Comics Bombshells” No. 1. The collection shall be written by Marguerite Bennett with artwork by Marguerite Sauvage.
DC Comics has introduced that August will be DC Bombshells month, and Hero Advanced readers get a first look on the variant covers for “Batman,” “Catwoman,” “Detective Comics” and “Superman/Marvel Lady.”
For the uninitiated, Bombshells is a line of collectible statues that reimagines basic DC characters in the vintage type of World War II-era art. The Bombshells line has expanded to other objects reminiscent of posters, black widow muscle shirt apparel and black widow muscle shirt equipment, and DC made it the variant theme final June, with titles corresponding to “Batgirl,” “Harley Quinn” and “Superman” receiving the Bombshells therapy.
DC Bombshells variants: ‘Batman’ No. 43 | ‘Catwoman’ No. 43 | ‘Detective Comics’ No. 43 | ‘Superman/Surprise Woman’ No. 20
The Bombshells variant cover for “Detective Comics” No. 43 that includes Huntress by Emanuella Luppachino with Tomeu Morey. (DC Comics)
DC has additionally announced a brand new Bombshells comic book collection written by Marguerite Bennett with artwork by Marguerite Sauvage.
“DC Comics Bombshells,” which begins in July, can be an ongoing collection in DC’s Digital First comedian lineup. The series will introduce versions of Batwoman, Marvel Lady and Supergirl in an alternate reality where these feminine black widow muscle shirt superheroes are on the entrance strains in World Conflict II. The full line of Bombshells characters can be introduced because the sequence progresses.