First Look: Green Arrow #26 & #27 – “Hard Traveling Hero” Begins (DC)

First Look at Green Arrow #26 & #27 Featuring The Flash & Wonder Woman!

Green Arrow #26

“Hard Traveling Hero” Parts 1 & 2

 

Here’s your first look at Green Arrow #26 & #27, the start of ““Hard Traveling Hero” featuring The Flash & Wonder Woman, by Benjamin Percy, Stephen Byrne, Jamal Campbell, & more. Green Arrow #26 goes on sale July 5th, 2017 & Green Arrow #27 goes on sale July 19th, 2017 from DC Comics.

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35 Amazing Comic Book Tattoos

Amazing Comic Book Body Ink Work

Infinity Gauntlet Tattoo

In the past, we’ve posted many great works of comic book related ink work but it seems like more amazing tattoos are to be found every day.

Fans of comics have a deep love and appreciation of their favorite characters and artists, so there’s no better avenue than a tattoo to show it off to the world.

Here are 35 more amazing comic book tattoos for you to check out. Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

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IDW & DC Entertainment Join Forces on Superman, Batman, & Wonder Woman

Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman Come to the Library of American Comics

Superman: The Silver Age Dailies 1958-1961

The Classic Newspaper Adventures of DC’s Biggest Heroes
Launch this July!

Press Release

IDW’s Library of American Comics and DC Entertainment proudly announce the beginning of a new partnership to reprint some of the rarest DC Comics stories — the Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman newspaper strips.

“We’re thrilled to announce a comprehensive publishing program for these historic strips,” said Greg Goldstein, IDW President and COO. “The Library of American Comics is the premier home for archival newspaper strips and this new partnership with DC Entertainment further cements the imprint’s reputation as second to none.”

At the same time that Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman became the world’s most famous and recognizable superheroes in comic books in the 1940s and beyond, they also starred in runs of newspaper comic strips, most of which have not been seen since they first appeared.

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