Talent graphic novel to be published by DC Comics, author says

DC Comics is preparing to publish an ambitious talent graphic book featuring the likes of Stephen King, Terry Brooks, Neal Adams and more.

The comic book, which is scheduled for a February debut and is a collaboration between DC Entertainment and author Mark Waid, is a follow-up to a popular graphic novel called The Dark Crystal, which was adapted into a live-action film.

The new graphic novel will include artwork by Waid and other DC artists, and will be based on a concept by Whedonesque, a graphic novel creator who created the Dark Crystal and other graphic novels.

The Dark Crystal has sold over 300 million copies and was adapted as a film starring Jessica Lange and Jason Bateman in 2015.

It has been adapted into multiple television shows and is currently in development for a film adaptation.

The new talent graphic, titled Talent, will feature art by Wieden + Kennedy artist Scott McCloud, and includes the following artists:Wieden+Kennedy artist Scott McKee, artist Brian Stelfreeze, and artist J. Scott Campbell.

The book will be a collaboration of DC Entertainment, DC Comics writer Brian K. Vaughan, and Waid.

Wiedan+Kennewa artist John Cassaday, artist Ben Caldwell, artist David Finch, and more will be working on the book.

Wiedan +Kennedy will also be publishing a variant cover that will feature the talents of Waid’s daughter, Jessica Lange, who will also work on the new talent book.

In addition to a new talent comic, Wiedenhorst+Kenneckswill publish a book of short stories, and DC Comics will also offer a collection of Wiedens and Kennewas best-selling graphic novels, including the acclaimed The Dark Knight Returns, The Sandman, and many more.DC Entertainment CEO Geoff Johns said in a statement that “We’re excited to see what our fans can create with Talent.

This is a fantastic opportunity to create a great new comic book for fans of comics and graphic novels alike.”

Waid, who has been a regular contributor to DC Comics since 2010, has been writing for the company since 2000.

He has written for various comic books, including Batman, Supergirl, Teen Titans, Teen Wolf, Justice League, and Gotham City Sirens.

He also wrote the graphic novel Batman: The Animated Series, which came out in 2017.