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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."
DC Comics has released a 5-page preview of Grant Morrison and Andy Clarke's "Batman and Robin" #11, which hits stores this Wednesday, April 7, and features covers by both Clarke and Frank Quitely.
This week in WHEN WORDS COLLIDE, Tim looks at fifteen must-have collected editions--a healthy mix of classic, modern, and indies--and reveals his own spoils of last weekend's Amazon pricing glitch.
Andy Clarke spoke with CBR about his run on "Batman and Robin" that starts this week, spilling what he loves about the Batsuit, what makes Batman so cool and why Damian Wayne is someone he wouldn't mess with.
In the second of a two-part interview, Morrison spoke about "Batman and Robin," "The Return of Bruce Wayne," how long he plans to stay on "Batman and Robin" and when we'll find out what's going on with Bruce Wayne's skull.
The year is coming to a close so it's only appropriate that Tim takes some time this week to talk about "Batman and Robin," "Scalped," "Scott Pilgrim" and other titles as he runs through his choices for the Ten Best Comics of 2009.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in March 2010, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batman & Robin," "First Wave" and much more.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in February 2010, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batman & Robin," "Milestone Forever" and much more.
The British artist has confirmed he will be drawing “Batman and Robin” #10-12, following up preceding arcs by Frank Quitely, current artist Philip Tan and Cameron Stewart on the popular DC Comics title.
Cameron Stewart is illustrating the third arc of Grant Morrison’s bestselling “Batman and Robin” series, following Frank Quitely and Philip Tan. CBR News spoke with the artist about life in the Batverse.
Tim looks at the comic book landscape as it stands in late 2009 and identifies the Top 10 Ongoing Series right now. Punisher? Green Lantern? Uncanny X-Men? Scalped? Guess which series takes the top spot.
The dynamic duo is about to return with comicdom’s version of the famous pairing, Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely. CBR News spoke with Morrison about the new in-continuity series from DC and why “Batman” #666 is so important to it.
This week's DC Nation page confirms long-standing rumors that the "All Star Superman" team of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely are hard at work on "Batman & Robin," a new Batman series expected to debut in June.