On Monday I talked about the Batman: The Black Glove hardcover. If you missed it, go ahead and check it out. Grant Morrison worked with Tony Daniel, Richard Clark and J.H. Williams III on pencils for the various stories, and I had an overall positive experience with it. Tony Daniel's managed to nail his very own title (the New 52's Detective Comics) in both word and pencil duties, and J.H. Williams III is tearing it up on Batwoman.
I want to talk a bit more about the latter's contribution to The Black Glove. Specifically, I have three specific two-page spreads of J.H. Williams III to show you today.
1. Batman and Robin fly to the island of Mister Mayhew
2. The Legionary is murdered on Mr. Mayhew's island
3. Robin and Squire escape a death trap, while Batman watches?
Anyways, those are my opinions on some specific pages. J.H. Williams is really doing some exciting stuff with comic books, and the industry is all the better for his work. If you have any opinions or have been loving his work on Batwoman, let me know.