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"Batman" writer and artist Tony Daniel treated WonderCon attendees to an afternoon art lesson as the creator gave insight into his creative process, answered questions and drew a page while the audience watched.
During C2E2's DC Icons panel, Paul Cornell spoke about his approach to the Man of Steel, Phil Hester hinted at what's to come in the pages of "Wonder Woman" and Dan DiDio summarized DC's current mission statement.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #21, the second issue from the team of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason. The issue, featuring covers by Gleason and Tony Daniel, hits stores Wednesday, March 9.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman" #706, written and illustrated by Tony Daniel. The issue, featuring a cover by Daniel, hits stores Wednesday, January 19.
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "Batman" #705 a 3.5 star rating, saying writer/artist Tony Daniel's work on the series has resulted in "a solid, entertaining book [that] at the end of the day, is just plain fun."
Tony Daniel spoke with CBR TV about his role on "Batman," the differences between creating a book for DC Comics and a creator owned series, working alongside Grant Morrison, the medical scare that threatened his career and more.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman" #705, written and illustrated by Tony Daniel. Featuring a cover by Daniel, the issue hits comic stores this Wednesday, December 15.
With a pair of Dark Knights suiting up for the all-new "Batman Inc." era, CBR's THE BAT SIGNAL shines on the two writer-artists charting solo adventures for Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson, Tony Daniel and David Finch.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman" #704 featuring the return of Tony Daniel as both writer and artist on the series. The next chapter in the world of Batman begins tomorrow, November 17.
DC Comics artists Jim Lee, Francis Manapul, David Finch and Tony Daniel showed off their talent and answered questions during a special NYCC panel that allowed the audience to watch every step in the artistic process.
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gave "Batman" #702 a 3.5 star review, saying that the final piece of "Batman R.I.P." by Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel "provides some key elements for Morrison’s ongoing Batman story."
The once and future writer-artist behind DC Comis' "Batman" monthly, creator Tony Daniel swings back into Gotham for new stories, a new style and the completion of his lost chapter with Grant Morrison.
DC Comics has released a look at "Batman" #702, where Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel revisit "Final Crisis" and "Batman R.I.P." to fill in the blanks leading to Bruce Wayne's return. Questions will be answered August 25.
CBR's Greg McElhatton has given "Batman" #701 a 4 star review, calling the first half of "Batman: R.I.P.: The Missing Chapter" "easily the best pairing [Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel have] generated."
From Tony Daniel's return to regular duties on "Batman" to Nicola Scott's arrival as the artist for "Teen Titans," today the plans for the publisher's DC Universe line shaped up in more ways than one.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of "Batman" #701 by Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel and an exclusive preview of "Batgirl" #12 by Bryan Q. Miller and Lee Garbett. Both issues hit stores July 14.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman" #699 from the creative team of writer Tony Daniel and artist Guillem March with a cover by Daniel. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, May 12.
Greg McElhatton reviewed "Batman" #698 featuring a story by Tony Daniel with art by Guillem March and gave the book 3.5 stars, saying "Daniel and March work well together...it's nice to see each of them providing a satisfying read."
Greg McElhatton recently reviewed the Tony Daniel written and illustrated "Batman" #697 and gave the issue 3.5 stars, saying of Daniel's art, "Daniel...has dark and creepy Batman fully under his control."
Bruce Wayne may have prepared Dick Grayson for his eventual turn wearing the cowl of The Dark Knight, but writer/artist Tony Daniel has putting the former Boy Wonder through the paces in the pages of "Batman."
First rumored in LYING IN THE GUTTERS just over one year ago, DC Comics' much-hyped "Batman R.I.P." story came to a conclusion in "Batman" #681 by writer Grant Morrison and artists Tony Daniel & Sandu Florea, on sale now.
Fans attending WizardWorld Chicago got the chance to get the scoop on DC Comics' "Batman R.I.P." from the storyline's penciller himself, Tony Daniel, at his panel this past Saturday night.