COMICS: Alfred The Butler Cosplays As Batman In More DC "Selfie" Variant Covers

COMICS: Alfred The Butler Cosplays As Batman In More DC "Selfie" Variant Covers

Gary Frank, Tommy Lee Edwards, Craig Rousseau, Andrew Robinson and Amanda Conner provide the latest "Selfie" variant covers for DC Comics as we see Superman posing with a cat he's just saved, Alfred Pennyworth dressing up in Master Bruce's cape and cowl, and more...

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The covers above are from Action Comics #34 (Gary Frank), Detective Comics #34 (Tommy Lee Edwards), Green Lantern #34 (Craig Rousseau), Grayson #2 (Andrew Robinson) and Harley Quinn #9 (Amanda Connor). Some are better than others, but each is very creative in its own way. Selfie variants are a smart idea, and they do make a nice change from Marvel's constant Deadpool-centric "hilarious" covers. What do you guys think? Be sure to sund off with your thoughts below!
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Filed Under "Batman" 7/8/2014 Source: HitFix
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