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What’s this? DC Digital Editor Jim Chadwick doubling down on the delayed debut of television’s Two-Face? An unproduced script from the immortal Harlan Ellison to be adapted for the Batman ’66 digital-first series?
That was the word from the DC Digital panel at this year’s Comic-Con. Not to be outdone by IDW’s adaptation of Ellison’s original “City on the Edge of Forever” script, writer Len Wein, penciller Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, and inker Joe Prado are bringing Two-Face into the Batman ’66 world.
You can almost hear the title’s famous theme playing in the background when you check out this recent commission by Chris Weston for the Sergio Leone/Clint Eastwood classic The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
The muted colors lend themselves perfectly to Weston’s approach to the piece, which features not only Eastwood but also co-stars Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach. Check out Weston’s blog to see his creative process for bringing it to life.