Comic Cover Of The Week: Deathstroke #12 – Looney Tunes Variant

Copyright: DC Comics

“Say yer prayers varmint!”

Welcome once again my comic collecting cohorts to another episode of “Comic Cover Of The Week,” and this weeks spotlight falls upon yet another ‘ornery, bush-whackin’, doggone, shootinist-tootinist Looney Tunes variant cover starring none other than Yosemite Sam, who seems to have bitten off more than he can chew, in a death dealing duel with the mercenary with the most; Deathstroke.

DC Comics have been celebrating parent company, Warner Bros’ excellent cartoon classics with a month long comic cover homage to their most beloved characters, Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Wile Coyote and many more have been invading the covers of some of DC‘s biggest characters to hilarious effect.

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Also of note is the standard cover by the exceedingly talented Tyler Kirkham, showcasing a Deathstroke/Harley Quinn team-up, a more dangerous duo I cannot imagine, as  Slade continues his mission to get at Suicide Squad mentor Amanda Waller, and he’s determined that he’ll go through any Supervillain that tries to get in his way… including Catwoman.

Deathstroke #12 is available at your local comic book emporium right now. Written by: James Bonny, Tony S. Daniel. Cover and interior art by: Tyler Kirkham. Variant cover by: Ryan Benjamin, Warner Bros Animation.

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