Tags » FRANCIS MANAPUL

Francis Manapul Welcomes Us To NYCC With A Detective

The official NYCC 2014 poster created by Francis Manapul. The Detective dons his best suit to New York.

New York Comic Con October 9-12. Make sure to grab this poster while you’re there!

News

Batman looms over the five boroughs in New York Comic-Con poster

Gotham’s most famous crime fighter is featured on the new poster for New York Comic Con.

Current “Detective Comics” co-writer and artist Francis Manapul, known for his work on such titles as “The Flash,” “Justice League,” “Witchblade” and “The Necromancer,” created the image for the upcoming pop culture expo, which will take place at Manhattan’s Javits Center Oct. 187 more words

Promobox

Official Poster For New York Comic Con Features Batman By Francis Manapul

Batman is celebrating his 75th anniversary this year and he’ll grace the official poster of this October’s New York Comic Con.

The striking image is by DC Comics is by artist… 62 more words

Comic Books

Francis Manapul's 'Batman Image' To Grace The Cover Of The Official New York Comic Con Poster

Comic Con is about to descend upon the fair folks of New York City at the Jarvis Center, October 9- 12.  This year, the official poster for the massive pop culture event is done by DC’s Detective Comics artist, … 56 more words

Art

The New York Comic Con 2014 Poster Featuring Batman

The poster for New York Comic Con 2014 has been revealed, and it’s an awesome design featuring Batman and New York City drawn by Detective Comics… 13 more words

Conventions

Spotlight on..............The Necromancer

The Necromancer is the story of Abigail Van Alstine the daughter of a pastor who realises to her horror that she has the innate power of Necromancy. 435 more words

Art

Review: Detective Comics #34

Review: Detective Comics #34

Story and Art by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato

Manapul’s and Buccellato’s first arc in Detective Comics comes to a close this week as Batman and Detective Bullock finally confront the mystery killer. 455 more words

Comics