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DC Comics reveals Tom King’s variant covers for April 2023

Tom King’s DC Comics variant covers will grace ‘Batman’, ‘Danger Street’, and ‘The Joker’ series.

Tom King is getting into art this April as DC Comics has revealed three of his variant covers that may just change the game in artistry as we know it. Tom King, yes the writer of Danger Street, Human Target, Mister Miracle, and more, will make his official debut as a DC cover artist in a move befitting April Fools’ Day.

His art will appear on open-to-order variant covers for Batman #134, on sale April 4, The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #7, on sale April 4; and Danger Street #5, on sale April 11.

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I recently spoke to King about Gotham City: Year One, which wrapped up this week, and given how much he glowed about the impossible skill of artists like Phil Hester, this is most definitely a joke. King won’t be stealing variant cover artist jobs anytime soon.

Check out the covers below.

DC Comics reveals Tom King's variant cover series

Credit: DC Comics

DC Comics reveals Tom King's variant cover series

Credit: DC Comics

DC Comics reveals Tom King's variant cover series

Credit: DC Comics

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