We're always giddy when Marvel or DC announces that an exciting new creator is taking over the writing or art of a favorite character, but there are even more talented creators that the Big Two could be drawing from. Here are just a few of our favorites.
Cartoonist Yale Stewart draws the Joker and Harley in the style of his JL8 webcomic. All it needs is young Batman off in the distance where the Joker is looking so longingly.
One of the best things to come out of the DC Universe recently is Yale Stewart's touching and funny fan webcomic JL8, which imagines the members of the Justice League as eight-year-olds. Soon Stewart will have a series of licensed DC children's books on the shelves: The Amazing Adventures of Superman.
While superheroes dominate print comics, they pop up less often across the webcomics landscape. But there are still plenty of great webcartoonists putting their own spin on superhumans, lampooning the superhero genre, paying tribute to it, and exploring what makes a person truly heroic.
Each week, we've been looking at webcomics new and old, bringing you some of the best of what we've seen online. 2012 brought us a wide range of genre webcomics, from a fanciful tale of an artist and his editor that uses all three spatial dimensions to one of the sweetest fan comics DC has ever inspired. In no…