A new title and cover for The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, a new comic series from the creators of “Daredevil”
On Sunday, the first issue of The League Of Extraordinary Gentleman, a brand-new comic series by the creators behind the hit TV series Daredevil, was released.
The first issue, titled The League, has a new title, “The League Of Gentlemen,” and has a cover by Mike Deodato, who drew the Daredevil comic book and the Daredevil TV series.
“I was thrilled to get the chance to draw The League in a brand new format, with a cover that I’d been itching to do for a long time,” Deodater said in a press release.
“The new cover will be my new standard for The LGB, and I can’t wait to get started!”
Deodate told The Daily Dot about the series and how he and his team at DC Comics are trying to bring Daredevil to life.
The comic, which was created by Mark Waid and artist Marco Checchetto, follows the exploits of the LGB as they battle demons and supervillains.
Daredevil is one of the most popular comic book characters in comics today, and he has a large following of fans worldwide.
“Dignity is everything, as evidenced by the millions of books and graphic novels that have been written about the character, and the hundreds of fans around the world who’ve joined the L GB over the years,” Deop said.
And to be a part of that is one more step towards my dream of making comics in America.” “
If I’m going to continue to work in comics, it will be with The L GB.
And to be a part of that is one more step towards my dream of making comics in America.”
In a statement, DC Comics’ VP of Comics Publishing Jim Lee said the company is excited to continue the legacy of “daredevil” with a new superhero series.
Deodator told The DC Show that he hopes fans who are familiar with “Downton Abbey” and “The Sopranos” will be able to relate to the L gents, and that his art will “show off the depth and depth of the characters.”
“The L GB has a lot of great talent on the team, but we’re going to work hard to make sure they all have the opportunity to tell their own stories, and make their own mark,” Deodo said.
The L gens comic series will be the first series from DC Comics to be published in print in the United States since “Hellblazer” was published in 2005.