DC ENTERTAINMENT REVEALS MORE OF MARCH’S POLYBAG VARIANT COVERS!

Batman #50 full color variant by Chris Daughtry and Jim Lee

Back in December, DC Entertainment announced that our ongoing monthly themed variant cover program for March would showcase variants for ten of DC Comics’ most popular Batman and Superman titles. The variants are to be polybagged with a Batman v Superman theme, concealing stunning cover artwork by the comic industry’s most talented artists!

March’s Batman v Superman polybagged comics will follow a format similar to December’s Harley’s Little Black Book variant program, where three different versions of each variant were printed in equal quantity. All ten upcoming Batman v Superman comics will also have three versions printed in equal quantity, but this time they’ll be published in full color, fade and character spotlight.

What’s that look like? Two more of these top-secret images are now ready—Chris Daughtry and Jim Lee’s variant covers for Batman #50 and Charlie Adlard’s variant covers for Superman/Wonder Woman #27! Check them out in the gallery above!

March can’t come soon enough!

For the full list of comic books that will feature these fun and collectible covers, please see below:

3/2: Detective Comics #50 (variant by Rafael Grampa)
3/9: Action Comics #50 (variant by Martin Ansin)
3/9: Batman/Superman #30 (variant by Kevin Maguire)
3/16: Robin Son of Batman #10 (variant by Ryan Ottley)
3/16: Superman #50 (variant by Kaare Andrews)
3/23: Batman #50 (variant by Chris Daughtry and Jim Lee)
3/23: Grayson #18 (variant by Stephen Platt)
3/23: Superman/Wonder Woman #27 (variant by Charlie Adlard)
3/23: Wonder Woman #50 (variant by Massimo Carnevale)
3/30: Batgirl #50 (variant by Kevin Nowlan)

Batman #50 spotlight variant by Chris Daughtry and Jim Lee

Batman #50 fade variant by Chris Daughtry and Jim Lee

Superman:Wonder Woman #27 spotlight variant by Charlie Adlard

Superman:Wonder Woman #27 full color variant by Charlie Adlard

Superman:Wonder Woman #27 fade variant by Charlie Adlard

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