The panels are getting in the swing on the first day of San Diego Comic Con 2013 and the DC All Access Panel has just wrapped up. Many comics were discussed and we have a load of never before seen art work ready for you to view after the jump.

First up, two pages from the upcoming title Forever Evil which will signal the start of Villain Month throughout the DCU. Forever Evil is being written by Geoff Johns with artwork done byDavid Finch and Richard Friend.

Forever Evil Forever Evil 2

 

More Geoff John’s book art as pages from Aquaman #22 were shown.

Aquaman22-2 Aquaman 22

 

Jeff Lemire had his time to shine also pages from Green Arrow #22 as well Trillium, which he is writing and doing artwork for, were shown.

Green Arrow 22 Jeff Lemire-Trillium

Artwork from the upcoming Fables storyline, Camelot, was also shown at the panel.

Fables-CamelotAnd so was the cover for the Fables Encyclopedia which will be available later this Fall.

Fables-Encyclopedia Cover

 

Gail Simone showed off upcoming covers from her DC issues, Batgirl #24 and Movement #5.

Batgirl 24 Cover Movement #5 Cover

 

To wrap up the artwork came the announcement of a Harley Quinn-centric Injustice Annual that is coming up.

Harley Quinn-Injustice

 

During the Q&A portion of the panel the only tidbit of news came from Tom Taylor (Injustice: Gods Among Us) about the direction he will be taking Earth 2 now that he will be writing it. Taylor said that he will be focusing more on Batman, but that he will continue to build on the underlying story of James Robinson.

Not many big announcements from this panel, but there are some great pieces of art for you to look through. Make sure to keep checking Major Spoilers as we keep you up-to-date on what is happening out in San Diego!

via DC Comics

 

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