The Swing Age : Innovation

The Swing Age : Innovation

The Jazz Age : Extravagance

The Jazz Age : Extravagance

The Jazz Age : Sophistication

The Jazz Age : Sophistication

The Jazz Age : Sleekness

The Jazz Age : Sleekness

The Jazz Age : Inspiration

The Jazz Age : Inspiration

From a new illustration series - The Jazz Age : Elegance

From a new illustration series - The Jazz Age : Elegance

bruitist said: Do you have any plans to pitch a Batman series called "None More Gotham"?

kierongillen:

My Contract prevents it.

That said, speak to Raw Fawkes. He’s similarly NONE MORE GOTH. He totes would.

Read Gotham by Midnight. “None more Gotham” could be the subtitle.

Unbelievably excited to announce a new project at DC Comics: Gotham By Midnight, starring Jim Corrigan and a new cast of GCPD officers fighting the Supernatural. Illustrated by the incredible Ben Templesmith. Starting in November!
http://www.blastr.com/2014-8-12/exclusive-dc-comics-announces-horror-series-gotham-midnight

Unbelievably excited to announce a new project at DC Comics: Gotham By Midnight, starring Jim Corrigan and a new cast of GCPD officers fighting the Supernatural. Illustrated by the incredible Ben Templesmith. Starting in November!

http://www.blastr.com/2014-8-12/exclusive-dc-comics-announces-horror-series-gotham-midnight

echorevision said: The Futures End issues are coming up, and I have questions about yours. First, is there anything in the regular Constantine issues that prefigure the Helmet of Fate plot in the Futures End issue? Second, because you're writing Batman and Robin: Futures End and co-writing Batman: Futures End, is there a close connection between those two titles that requires reading both (as opposed to, say, Detective Comics: Futures End, which seems like it isn't connected to the other two)?

1) Yes, in that the story continues the themes that have been running throughout the series. But it’s more like the Future’s End issue prefigures what’s coming next in the regular Constantine story.

2) There is a connection, but you don’t need to read them both to make sense of it. If you do, you’ll just have a better understanding of where Batman’s head is at in both stories.

A detail from Intersect #2. I do love to paint.

A detail from Intersect #2. I do love to paint.