Red Hood And The Outlaws #19 Changes Cover... And Artist

It was one of the first WTF covers from DC Comics to have its gatefold revealed, albeit not officially.

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Artist Mico Suayan’s agent posted his cover art online, featuring the full gatefold. After Bleeding Cool ran the cover, it was rapidly taken down.

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Now, according the book’s writer James Tynion IV, who has tweeted a picture of his comp copies, the cover has been redrawn (presumably with a different reveal now) by a different artist and Mico Suayan has been dropped from the book, replaced by Julius Gopez, though the DC website still lists the original cover and creative team.

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Jim Starlin did similar with his Stormwatch comic, but that remained unchanged. Looks like next week there will be more people saying “WTF?”

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