Announcing DC Entertainment's HARLEY'S LITTLE BLACK BOOK this December!
From DC Comics
DC Entertainment is excited to announce the sensational debut of a brand-new, bimonthly, overstuffed, oversized team-up series! We’re calling it HARLEY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK. (#HarleysLittleBlackBook)
While in the midst of her fantastic 6-issue team-up with Power Girl (concludes November 2015), Harley is gearing up to meet (and almost certainly annoy) the greatest heroes and villains of the DC Universe!
First up: The incredible Wonder Woman! Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti with art by Amanda Conner (and a bunch of people who owe her favors), HARLEY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK #1 hits shelves on December 2, 2015.
But that’s just the tip of this Arkham-sized iceberg! HARLEY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK will also tie into DC Entertainment’s ongoing monthly themed variant cover program with variants for 10 of DC Comics’ most popular titles. December’s variant cover theme will be HARLEY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK, illustrated by a murderer’s row of the industry’s most talented artists. This unprecedented collection of comics will feature more than one open-to-order variant cover per title, all of which will be shipped in opaque black polybags.
For now, we’re going to let the artists themselves steal the show. But rest assured, Harley won’t let the spotlight off of herself for long!
HARLEY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK #1 – J. Scott Campbell
JUSTICE LEAGUE #47 – Jim Lee
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #7 – Joe Madureira
THE FLASH #47 – Terry Dodson
GREEN ARROW #47 – Tim Sale
WONDER WOMAN #47 – Amanda Conner
SUPERMAN #47 – Lee Bermejo
BATMAN #47 – Alex Ross
HARLEY QUINN #23 – Bruce Timm
GREEN LANTERN #47 – Darwyn Cooke
These HARLEY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK variants are the latest in a variety of monthly themes.
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