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DC CELEBRATES THE 90s WITH A SERIES OF VARIANT COVERS

Batgirl 12 - CoverIn November, 2022, DC will be releasing a series of 90s-themed variant comic book covers (more than fifteen), all of which have been beautifully illustrated by some of the top cover artists in the industry, including artists like Jim Balent (Catwoman), Roger Cruz (Action Comics), and Todd Nauck (The Flash). Five of these covers will be fully embossed, while the rest will be in the regular format. Want to know more? Then please check out the following image gallery to see a selection of these covers.


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Action Comics #1049 by Roger Cruz

Action Comics #1049 by Roger Cruz

Batman vs Robin #3 by Carlo Barberi

Batman vs. Robin #3 by Carlo Barberi

The Flash #788 by Todd Nauck

The Flash #788 by Todd Nauck

Wonder Woman #793 by Jen Bartel

Wonder Woman #793 by Jen Bartel

WildC.A.T.s #1 by Brett Booth and Sandra Hope

WildC.A.T.s #1 by Brett Booth and Sandra Hope

​Batman #129 by Ryan Benjamin

Batman #129 by Ryan Benjamin

Harley Quinn #24 by Jonboy Meyers

Harley Quinn #24 by Jonboy Meyers

Detective Comics #1066 by Kyle Hotz

Detective Comics #1066 by Kyle Hotz

Superman: Son of Kal-El #17 by Steven Butler

Superman: Son of Kal-El #17 by Steven Butler

Batman/Superman World’s Finest #9 by Mario “Fox” Foccillo and Prasad Rao

Batman/Superman: World's Finest #9 by Mario “Fox” Foccillo and Prasad Rao

Black Adam #6 by Carlo Barberi

Black Adam #6 by Carlo Barberi

Catwoman #49 by Jim Balent

Catwoman #49 by Jim Balent

The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #2 by Kelley Jones

The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #2 by Kelley Jones

Batman Incorporated #2 by Chris Burnham

Batman Incorporated #2 by Chris Burnham

Tim Drake: Robin #3 by Todd Nauck

Tim Drake: Robin #3 by Todd Nauck

I am Batman #15 by Khary Randolph

I Am Batman #15 by Khary Randolph



So, what do you think of all that, folks? What do you think of this selection of 90s-themed variant comic book covers produced by DC? Do you like them? Or would you have preferred to have seen other artists illustrating these covers instead? Either way, please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section below, and while you're at it, don't forget to check out the official DC website for further information.

DC CELEBRATES THE 90s WITH A SERIES OF VARIANT COVERS DC CELEBRATES THE 90s WITH A SERIES OF VARIANT COVERS Reviewed by David Andrews on September 08, 2022 Rating: 5

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