Mr Terrific Has Its Third Solicited Art Team In Three Issues

With DC Comics releasing their November solicitations, we can take a look at how the relaunch is handling the creative teams on tight deadlines and no allowance for late books.

But no book seems to be suffering this attention more than Mister Terrific. All three issues are written by Eric Wallace with covers by JG Jones. But issue 1 in September was solicited with art by Roger Robinson. Issue 2 was by Gianluca Gugliotta. And issue three has been solicited as being drawn by Scott Clark and Dave Beaty.

Other changes in November officially see Astro City‘s Brent Anderson joining Rags Morales on Action Comics #3, Victor Ibanez inking Yanick Paquette on Swamp Thing #3, Geraldo Borges replacing Fernando Pasarin on Green Lantern Corps #3, Hendry Prasetya is now inking Sami Basro on Voodoo #3, Alessandro Vitti replaces Graham Nolan and Norm Rapmund on Blackhawks #4 and Marc Deering will replace Rich Perotta, inking Legion: Secret Origin #2.

Also San Diego, a rogue slide at the DC New 52 Panels at San Diego Comic Con showed the cover of The Fury Of Firestorm as The Fury Of Firestorms, with Gail Simone running cover that the title hadn’t quite been decided.

Well now it has. The comic is now called The Fury Of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men.

UPDATE: DC have now changed their website to show Gianluca Gugliotta as the artist on issue 1 of Mr Terrific.

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