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DC Entertainment took the stage Friday at New York Comic Con to discuss DC Comics, Vertigo and DC Digital, with panelists including Scott Snyder, Lee Bermerjo, Kyle Higgins, Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs.
DC Comics has apologized to anyone offended by the controversial "Harley Quinn" tryout page that asks artists to depict the fan-favorite character naked in a bathtub, seemingly about to commit suicide.
At Baltimore Comic-Con, DC Comics marked the second anniversary of The New 52 launch with a panel featuring Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, David Finch, Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, Robert Venditti and more.
DC Comics has announced Chad Hardin as the artist for Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Connor's highly-anticipated "Harley Quinn" ongoing series, revealing a preview of what to expect from the new artist.
To help carry the load for November's "Harley Quinn" series launch from Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, DC Comics is searching for an unknown to draw one page of the book's #0 issue.
The clown villainess of Gotham City turns to her own monthly series as DC Comics launch "Harley Quinn" from co-writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti who share the details of Joker's lady love exclusively with CBR.
Jimmy Palmiotti's unkillable tough girl returns to comics via Marvel's creator-owned Icon imprint, and the creator exclusively tells CBR why "Painkiller Jane" is more sexual and personal than she's ever been.
Amanda Conner's variant cover for "Avengers Assemble" #17 offers a look at Earth's Mightiest Heroes as they continue their battle in writer Kelly Sue DeConnick's "The Enemy Within" crossover.
New variant covers for several Marvel Comics ongoing series, including "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Avengers Assemble" have hit online, featuring artists Ed McGuinness, Amanda Conner, Leinil Yu & more.
DC Comics has released a preview of Gail SImone and Freddie Williams III's "The Movement" #1. Super powers and social activism collide on May 1!
Writer Gail Simone spoke to CBR News about the heroes of her new DC Comics series "The Movement" as well as the struggles of balancing entertainment with large-scale political ideas.
"Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre" artist/co-writer Amanda Conner stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con to discuss her foray into writing, her dislike of drawing rocks and more.
Brian Azzarello, Lee Bermejo, Amanda Conner, and Bill Sienkiewicz took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their "Before Watchmen" series, with especially candid commentary from the "Comedian" writer.
This week, Armstrong has an Archer on his shoulder, Silk Spectre goes on a trip, the Lookouts strike a pose, Elle (and the Big Bad Wolf) get the Mucha treatment and Clint Barton brushes up on his archery.
DC Comics all-stars Amanda Conner, Tony Daniel and Francis Manapul led an intimate discussion about drawing comics at Fan Expo Canada.
DC Comics hosted a lively discussion about "Before Watchmen" at Fan Expo, where they announced a new title and a new inker for "Nite Owl."
The first ever DC Collectibles panel at Comic-Con International showcased world premieres of new products, including "Before Watchmen" and Dark Knight Returns" statues, new Ame-Comi designs and more.
CSBG's Chad Nevett and Brian Cronin continue their series of joint-reviews for the "Before Watchmen" comics with a look at Darwyn Cooke and Amanda Conner's "Silk Spectre" #2.
DC Comics brings "Before Watchmen" to Comic-Con International in San Diego with an incredible panel of creators gathered to discuss the publisher's mega-event with a special appearance from Quentin Tarantino.
CBR reports from the DC Entertainment - All Access: DC NOW! Panel where Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder and other DC talent speak about their books and the #0 issues.
CSBG's Chad Nevett and Brian Cronin continue their weekly discussion of every issue of "Before Watchmen" with a look at the first issue of Amanda Conner and Darwyn Cooke's Silk Spectre miniseries
Writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti spoke to CBR News about their new DC Comics miniseries "Phantom Lady" and revisiting the Freedom Fighters in the New 52 DC Universe.
They are the most anticipated titles of 2012 and CBR News was invited to to a first look at the first issues of DC Comics' "Before Watchmen" prequels.
While fans and retailers at C2E2 were given a first glimpse at interior art for DC Comics’ sprawling "Watchmen" prequels, today the publisher has raised the Internet's curtain on art and character designs for "Before Watchmen."
In a special All Access panel, DC brought fan-favorite creators for a behind-the-scenes look at the highly anticipated "Before Watchmen" with Adam Hughes, Brian Azzarello, Dan DiDio and more.
In this week's spotlight on comic easter eggs, we take a look at an amusing cameo by the cast of "Big Bang Theory" in the DC Universe, an obscure European comic reference in the pages of "Silver Surfer" and more.
"Captain Brooklyn" co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Frank Tieri spoke with CBR about their new Image Comics miniseries, working with artist Amanda Conner and their love of Brooklyn.
CBR TV spoke with Jimmy Palmiotti about his work on "All-Star Western" with Justin Grey and Moritat, his upcoming "Captain Brooklyn" project with Frank Tieri and Amanda Conner and more.
Marvel has released an advance look at the August-debuting "Mystic" #1. The latest CrossGen revamp is from the creative team of G. Willow Wilson and David Lopez with covers by Amanda Conner.
Image has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray's "Tattered Man." Featuring art and cover by Norberto Fernandez and a variant by Amanda Conner, the one-shot hits May 25.
Hero Initiative has provided CBR with the complete gallery of their New Avengers-themed fundraiser featuring art from Alan Davis, Walt Simonson, John Byrne, Adam Kubert, Mike Deodato, Amanda Conner and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Secret Avengers" #6 by Ed Brubaker and Mike Deodato with covers by Marko Djurdjevic, Chris Bachalo and Amanda Conner. The issue sneaks into stores on October 27.
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "Wonder Woman" #600 a 3.5 star review, saying of the milestone, multi-creative teamed issue, "There's something for everyone, but overall it's not as strong as one would hope."
The husband-and-wife team of "Power Girl" met with fans at WonderCon to discuss their exit from the DC Comics title, their working relationship, the nature of a two-income comics household, and what they're up to next.