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With Paul Cornell's first comic as a DC exclusive creator ready to hit stores, the writer known for his takes on British superheroes explains how he'll make America's longest-running comic book a supervillain punch-up.
The writer who made his name on cult Marvel hits like "Captain Britain & MI-13" moves lock, stock and barrel to DC with his incoming run on "Action Comics" getting the ball rolling towards its 900th issue.
Dan Didio & Jim Lee spoke with CBR about the current state of the entire DC line, including the death of Ryan Choi, Vertigo characters that are and could be, WildStorm's licensing ambitions and share exclusive art.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Action Comics" #890, the debut issue of the creative team of writer Paul Cornell and artist Pete Woods. The issue, featuring a cover by Dave Finch, goes on sale Wednesday, June 30.
PRESS RELEASE: World Record Frank Miller Daredevil Original Cover Art Brings $101,575 to Lead $3.2+ Million Heritage Comics Auction
DC's Teen of Steel is headed back to having his own ongoing series with the award-winning creator of "Essex County" along with artist Pier Gallo kicking things off in August's issue of "Action Comics."
PRESS RELEASE: Action Comics #1-24 bound volumes - Superman's first two years - expected to bring $200,000+ in Dallas Auction
Paul Cornell takes over writing duties on "Action Comics," beginning in June's issue, and Lex Luthor is the star. CBR News spoke with the writer about the new man of "Action," the legacy of the title and more.
The writer behind the fan favorite series "Captain Britain and MI-13" steps in to the Man of Steel's longest-running comic, focusing on Lex Luthor while Marc Guggenheim steps aside for more mysterious DC work.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Action Comics" #888 by Greg Rucka, Eric Trautmann and Pere Perez. The JSA/Wonder Woman guest-starring issue hits stores this Wednesday, April 14.
"Action Comics" artist Pete Woods shared his artistic techniques, what his work day is really like, what part of Superman's costume he doesn't worry about and what actress serves as his muse in creating his Lois Lane.
As part of its "DCU in 2010" campaign, DC has announced that Marc Guggenheim will take over "Action Comics" from Greg Rucka and Eric Trautmann just in time for next summer's "War of the Supermen" mega event.
Recently named as new co-writer of "Action Comics," alongside Greg Rucka, CBR checked in with Eric Trautmann to see where his head was at now that he's writing arguably the most important title in the history of comics.
The painter and penciller Andrew Robinson discusses with CBR his work on the Titans' "Deathtrap" crossover, the Superman titles, and his creator-owned "Dusty Star" series.
With Nightwing and Flamebird now revealed, CBR checked in with writer Greg Rucka to find out why they think they can fill the big red boots of the Man of Steel and what else we can expect from World Without Superman.
Writer Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about hiis work with James Robinson on DC’s Superman titles as well as “Queen & Country,” “Stumptown” and what's going on with the film adaptation of “Whiteout.”
The hugely popular writer of such titles as “Gotham Central” and Queen & Country,” Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about his newest projects for DC Comics, “Action Comics” and “Detective Comics” -- starring Batwoman!
DC Comics has released advance looks at new comics on sale today, February 11th, including "Action Comics" #874, "Green Lantern Corps" 333, "R.E.B.E.L.S." #1, "Trinity" #37 and more!
Fan favorite wrtier Greg Rucka is taking over “Action Comics” from his pal Geoff Johns in March, but there will be some different heroes headlining the book in 2009 other than Superman. We spoke with him about the book.
DC Comics has released advance looks at new comics on sale this week including new issues of "Final Crisis," "Action Comics," 'Titans," "Nightwing," "Green Lantern Corps" and much more.
Steven Grant looks at the books that make up the 20 most significant comics in American comics history and states his case for each. Some of his choices just might surprise you.
In this week's installment of When Words Collide, Timothy looks back at the history of the American superhero comic, from the Golden Age to the Modern Age, and develops 'Sixteen Steps Toward a Superhero Canon."
The director of "Superman: The Movie," Richard Donner defies the powers that be to hire "Action Comics" writer Geoff Johns to script the next Superman movie, saying it's a no-brainer.
In an item posted early this morning, New York's The Daily News revealed the death of a major cast member in this week's "Action Comics" #870, and is the latest in a series of superhero spoilers in the mainstream media.
It's another mid-week LYING IN THE GUTTERS update, as Rich Johnston takes a look at the pulping of "Action Comics" #869, with word that some of the original printed editions have already made their way to eBay.
Rich follows up on the big news from last week concerning the pulping of "All Star Batman & Robin" and discovers two more books which have been pulped, plus changing photos in the "Iron Man" film and much, much more.
CBR News spoke with Geoff Johns about the upcoming "New Krypton" nine-part crossover storyline, beginning this October in the DC Comics' one-shot "Superman: New Krypton Special."
With the relaunch CBR adds a dedicated reviews team to its team of contributors. Check out what they had to say about "Action Comics," "Amazing Spider-Man," "Scalped," "Secret Invasion" and more.
Geoff Johns discusses "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds," the secret project revealed in this week's "Action Comics” #863, as well as new developments in the book and how it will interact with James Robinson's "Superman."