Dessin de Darick Robertson et encrage de Arthur P. Clark. LOTDK, #2, page 3.
Une excellente synthèse de l’univers du chevalier noir : le commissaire Gordon avec un flic qui porte le sigle "GCPD" sur le col de l'uniforme (case 1), l'ombre menaçante de la chauve-souris (case 2), Batman, protecteur des plus faibles (case 3) et un formidable portait de son ennemi juré, le Joker (case 4).
Darick Robertson's comic career started with 'Space Beaver' when he was only seventeen years old, followed by his work in 'Justice League' for DC Comics. Later, Robertson went to work for Marvel on 'Wolverine', 'Spider-Man' and 'The New Warriors'. He met Warren Ellis while doing a project for Acclaim comics ('The Man of the Atom'), and the two decided to continue working together on 'Transmetropolitan' for DC. In 2001, he signed an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics and relaunched 'Wolverine' with writer Greg Rucka in May 2002. He then took on 'Nightcrawler' and 'Fury: Peacemaker' (with Garth Ennis). In 2006 he began a new comic with Ennis, called 'The Boys'.
Text (c) Lambiek