The Boys and Girls Wonder get the big treatment in March…
DC’s Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular is due March 11 and the publisher Thursday released most of the issue’s decade-tribute variant covers. (This after it released similar covers for The Flash #750 earlier this week. Click here.)
Let’s get right to them:
A few thoughts:
— The 1940s cover will be by Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Alex Sinclair. That’s to be released soon. Same with the color version of the ’90s cover. (UPDATED: You can click here to check out Lee’s pencils for the cover.)
— Dustin Nguyen is not the first artist I would have thought of for the 1960s but I dig the Batman ’66 salute. Not really Silver Agey, but a nice tribute nonetheless.
— My fave? That 1970s job by Andrews. Right on.
— The main cover will be by Lee Weeks and you can click here to see an early version.
— Very curious what the trade dress will look like for these. Usually, it matches the era for each cover but Robin didn’t have a solo comic until the ’90s. He did, however, have various logos through the years, so I think it would be especially far out if they use this one for the ’70s:
— DC to Release 100-PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR to Celebrate ROBIN’s 80th Anniversary. Click here.
— Dig the Final Versions of the DETECTIVE COMICS #1000 Variants. Click here.