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Wednesday Comics was originally published in July of 2009, in a large format intended to mimic the Sunday funnies that are regularly included in newspapers, where many popular comic characters got their start. The series included fifteen pages, each with a different strip by a different set of writers and artists. This impressive page from Argentinian artist Eduardo Risso adorned the front page of issue #10. It shows Batman battling a couple of aggressive dogs as a mysterious woman looks on from a balcony. The page has the noirish mood typically associated with Batman since the Golden Age, and Risso's assured technique and powerful employment of shadow, framing and perspective make this page a definite draw for Dark Knight comic art fans.