DC Entertainment has revealed even more variant covers to the previously announced Batman v Superman variant month happening in March.

March’s Batman v Superman polybagged comics will follow a format similar to December’s Harley’s Little Black Book variant program, where three different versions of each variant were printed in equal quantity. All ten upcoming Batman v Superman comics will also have three versions printed in equal quantity, but this time they’ll be published in full color, fade and character spotlight.

The new variants come from Chris Daughtry and Jim Lee for Batman #50.

Batman-#50-fade-variant-by-Chris-Daughtry-and-Jim-Lee Batman-#50-full-color-variant-by-Chris-Daughtry-and-Jim-Lee Batman-#50-spotlight-variant-by-Chris-Daughtry-and-Jim-Lee

And Charlie Adlard provides the variant for Superman/Wonder Woman #27.

SupermanWonder-Woman-#27-fade-variant-by-Charlie-Adlard SupermanWonder-Woman-#27-full-color-variant-by-Charlie-Adlard SupermanWonder-Woman-#27-spotlight-variant-by-Charlie-Adlard

If you are keeping track of the cover, here’s a rundown of the release dates so you don’t miss a single issue.

3/2: Detective Comics #50 (variant by Rafael Grampa)
3/9: Action Comics #50 (variant by Martin Ansin)
3/9: Batman/Superman #30 (variant by Kevin Maguire)
3/16: Robin Son of Batman #10 (variant by Ryan Ottley)
3/16: Superman #50 (variant by Kaare Andrews)
3/23: Batman #50 (variant by Chris Daughtry and Jim Lee)
3/23: Grayson #18 (variant by Stephen Platt)
3/23: Superman/Wonder Woman #27 (variant by Charlie Adlard)
3/23: Wonder Woman #50 (variant by Massimo Carnevale)
3/30: Batgirl #50 (variant by Kevin Nowlan)

via DC Entertainment

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