Batman: Gargoyle of Gotham Book Three to Feature Variant Covers by Artist and GORILLAZ Co-Founder Jamie Hewlett

BGoG3 Hewlett Var Portrait
BMGoG Hewlett wraparound

Available For Pre-Order Friday, February 16

On Sale at Participating Comic Book Shops May 28

DC’s Black Label titles have built their reputation on attracting the best writers and artists in comics, and that even extends to the cover art. Following an earlier reveal of the main and variant covers for Rafael Grampá’s Batman: Gargoyle of Gotham Book Three, the publisher has revealed that the book will feature two additional variant covers by artist, writer, and GORILLAZ co-founder Jamie Hewlett.

“I love Batman, but no one ever asked me to draw him before; that’s why I jumped at the chance when Rafael approached me to create a cover for Gargoyle of Gotham,” says Hewlett. “I think every artist should get to draw Batman at least once in their career, and being able to have my art included in this incredible series has been a real bucket list opportunity.”

Hewlett’s striking cover will be available in two formats: a standard “portrait” version, as well as a wraparound 1:25 “ratio” variant.

In addition to a main cover by Grampá, and Hewlett’s variant covers, this penultimate issue features additional variant covers by Frank Quitely, Bilquis Evely, and Pedro Cobiaco. Book Three of Batman; Gargoyle of Gotham arrives in participating comic book shops and e-tailers on May 28. Check with your local shop for variant cover availability and pre-ordering details.

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