DC have recently released 9 textless pages from the upcoming ‘Dear Super-Villains’ which is a sequel to 2019’s ‘Dear Justice League’, written by Michael Northrop, with art by Gustavo Duarte and colours by Cris Peter, which if you haven’t read yet, I would highly recommend it.
The story behind these two books are simple, as it asks the question;
“What if we could message our favourite heroes and villains? What would we ask and what would they respond with?”
It’s a fun concept and whilst many would look at this book and assume it’s just for younger readers, I found myself laughing at the humour of it all and I loved every second I spent reading it. I’ve even re-read it a few times just to cheer me up.
I’ve been waiting for the sequel after seeing a teaser in the back of the ‘Dear Justice League Book’ and it will soon be here!
‘Dear Super-Villains’ will, by the look of things, involve characters such as Lex Luthor, Katana, Gorilla Grodd, Catwoman, Black Manta, Sinestro, Harley Quinn and more, answering the questions this time round, and by the looks of things that’s not all Harley is doing. As Harley Quinn is known to do, she seems to be up to all sorts of mischief in these pages and I cannot wait to find out what’s happening.
I’m glad DC decided to release these pages without the text because it means nothing is spoiled, but we can admire the art by Gustavo Duarte and the colours by Cris Peter. Check out the images below.
If you haven’t read ‘Dear Justice League’ you can read my review on this blog by clicking on this link: https://bcrdonline.home.blog/2019/09/30/dear-justice-league/