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Long-time collaborators Peter Tomasi & Patrick Gleason re-team for DC Comics' relaunch of "Batman and Robin," exploring the relationship of the new dynamic duo.
Ryan K Lindsay gives "Batman and Robin" #26 4.5 stars calling writer David Hine's single-issue story "a work of art, a thought made real to be dissected and analyzed."
Writer and comic book legend Grant Morrison discussed his career at Comic-Con, including his work on "Batman Inc." and his take on Superman in the upcoming "Action Comics" #1.
When September rolls around, DC Comics will release four new Batman-starring series and CBR wants to know which #1 issue you're most looking forward to!
DC COmics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Batman and Robin" #25, the final chapter of Judd WInick's Red Hood guest-starring arc.
Before wrapping up Dick Grayson's final story as Batman, writer David Hine speaks to THE BAT SIGNAL about giving the Dynamic Duo a surrealist twist in "Batman and Robin" #26.
UPDATED: Capping off a day of DC Comics announcements, the publisher makes plans for phase two of "Batman Inc." as well as "Red Hood & The Outlaws, "Batwing," "Batgirl," "Birds of Prey" and "Detective Comics."
Judd Winick talks about his time on "The Real World," unique challenge of taking over Power Girl" while tying the series into the storyline of "Justice League: Generation Lost," taking on "Batman and Robin" and more.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman and Robin" #22. The final chapter of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason's "Dark Knight, White Knight" hits Wednesday, April 13.
Superstar artist Frank Quitely charmed fans and answered questions ranging from the beginnings of his career, working with Grant Morrison, potential extras for the "We3" and "Flex Mentallo" collections and much more.
Doug Zawisza gave "Batman and Robin" #21 4.5 stars, praising the creative team by declaring, "I’m dialed into this book for as long as [writer Peter] Tomasi and [artist Patrick] Gleason are on board."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #21, the second issue from the team of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason. The issue, featuring covers by Gleason and Tony Daniel, hits stores Wednesday, March 9.
Judd Winick, the man who brought former Robin Jason Todd back from the dead, joins THE BATSIGNAL to discuss his upcoming three-issue run on "Batman and Robin" and explain the appeal of the ever-shifting Bat-villain.
"Batman and Robin" writer Peter Tomasi, Grant Morrison's handpicked successor, swung by THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his plans for the title, adding new bad guys to the Bat-mythos, bringing back classic rogues and more.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #20, the first issue by the new creative team of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason. The issue, sporting covers by Gleason and Gene Ha, hits stores Wednesday, February 9.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #19, the final issue from Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel with covers by Patrick Gleason and Gene Ha. The bizarre story of The Absence concludes February 12.
Part three of CBR's writer-on-writer interview series rolls on with Nick Spencer talking with Paul Cornell about characters, politics and faith as they discuss everything from "Action" to "Batman And Robin" and beyond.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman and Robin" #18 featuring Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel's new villain, The Absence, as she squares off against the dynamic duo. The issue hits this Wednesday, December 15.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #17, the first of a three-issue arc by Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel. The issue, featuring covers by Guillem March and Gene Ha, hits stores November 24.
Hugo-nominated British writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR News about his upcoming run on "Batman and Robin," sharing details about the new supervillain he's adding to the Dark Knight's rogues gallery along the way.
With the line-shifting game changer hitting the Dark Knight in today's "Batman & Robin" #16, DC Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras swings by to explain how Bruce Wayne's return will affect not just his life but the entire world of Gotham City.
Tim Callahan gave "Batman and Robin" #16, the final Grant Morrison issue with Cameron Stewart, Chris Burnham and Frazer Irving on art, 4 stars, calling it "part wrap-up, part celebration and part artistic jam session."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #16, Grant Morrison's final issue on the title with Cameron Stewart on art and covers by Frank Quitely and Ethan Van Sciver. The issue hits November 3.
DC Comics has announced Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel will step in for three issues of "Batman and Robin" as Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason's planned debut on the title has been delayed. ROBOT 6 has details.
Frazer Irving, the artist on the acclaimed "Batman And Robin Must Die!" arc, explains how his history with Grant Morrison and Batman collided, why he's tired of Puritans and how he controls the visual tone of Gotham City.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman & Robin" #15 by writer Grant Morrison with art and variant cover by Frazer Irving and a cover by Frank Quitely. The issue hits tomorrow, October 20.
Grant Morrison stops by THE BAT SIGNAL for a two-part talk on where Batman has been and where he's going, the mythic elements driving the sci-fi ending of "Return of Bruce Wayne"and the revelation of Doctor Hurt's identity.
Giving Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving's "Batman and Robin" #14 4 stars, Greg McEllhaton says "I'm sad that Morrison only has two more issues left, but he's knocking this last big story out of the park."
DC Comics has released a preview of this week's "Batman and Robin" #14 by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving with covers by Frank Quitely and Irving. It's Robin vs the Joker on Thursday, September 9!
Dc Comics has released an advance look at "Batman and Robin" #14 by Grant Morrison and artist Frazer Irving. The faceoff between Damian Wayne and the Joker continues on September 8!
Best-selling writer of "Batman & Robin" Grant Morrison opened up about everything from his artistic inspirations to his theories on fiction while teasing news on "Sea Guy," "Multiversity," "We3" and more.
The former "Green Lantern Corps" creative partners step in for Grant Morrison and company on the best-selling title this November, opening many questions as to the future of the new Dynamic Duo.
Chad Nevett reviewed artist Frazer Irving's first issue of the Grant Morrison written "Batman and Robin Must Die" storyline, giving it 4.5 stars and saying of the story, "you just have to know what happens next."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #13, by writer Grant Morrison and new artist Frazer Irving with covers by Irving and Frank Quitely. The new story arc hits stores tomorrow, July 8.
DC Editor Mike Marts stops by to explain how the all-star anniversary issue came together, how issue #700 plays a role in the culmination of Grant Morrison's mega-epic and what twists and artists will accompany the return of Bruce Wayne.
Upcoming “Batman and Robin” artist Frazer Irving discusses his favorite takes on Batman from Brian Bolland to Adam West, the challenges of drawing the Dark Knight, and forming a dynamic duo with superstar writer Grant Morrison.
THE BAT SIGNAL spotlights Grant Morrison as he begins the Dark Knight's history-spanning homecoming back to modern day Gotham City in the highly anticipated six-issue miniseries, "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne."
Greg McElhatton gave Grant Morrison and Andy Clarke's "Batman and Robin" #12 a 4 star review this week, describing the issue as "a perfect example of how to make reading a monthly comic an absolutely necessary event."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Batman and Robin" #12 by Grant Morrison and Andy Clarke & Scott Hanna with a cover by Frank Quitely, on sale May 5.
Tim Callahan reviewed "Batman and Robin" #11 by Grant Morrison and Andy Clarke, giving the issue 4 stars and saying that the series "has now entered that rarified air of the can't-wait-for-the-next-issue variety."