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The "Gotham City Sirens" writer spoke with CBR 's BAT SIGNAL about moving in with the lovely ladies of the Batman Universe, his plans for Harley, Ivy and Selina, and the long anticipated return of Bruce Wayne.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at "Gotham City Sirens" #17, written by Peter Calloway with art by Lee Garbett and a Guillem March cover. The issue hits tomorrow, November 24.
Director Christopher Nolan is reportedly meeting with actresses to take on two new female roles in "The Dark Knight Rises." One is said to be a new love interest for the title character while the other will be a villain.
Acclaimed artist Adam Hughes spoke with CBR News about his recently published collection of DC Comics' covers, "Cover Run," his favorite character to draw, offered some insight into his artistic process and more.
Writer/artist Howard Chaykin creates an all-new one-shot teaming the Dark Knight detective and the on-again, off-again villainess in a chase after old-school villain the Cavalier in "Batman/Catwoman: Follow the Money."
Derek Fridolfs flexes his writing muscles in October's "Catwoman" one-shot as part the "Bruce Wayne - The Road Home" series of titles tying into the highly anticipated return of the original Dark Knight.
It's the Saturday Photo Parade from this summer's Comic-Con International in San Diego, featuring Joss and Jed Whedon, Felicia Day, Catwoman, Tony Stark, Kenneth Branagh, Captain America and plenty more!
This week, Augie reviews "Batman: The Cat and the Bat" and "Missile Mouse: The Star Crusher." Both are great fun, but only one has a character with a jet pack. Also, more thoughts on digital comic distribution to the iPad!
Midway has released a new batch of MK vs DCU images and game trailers, including cut scene footage of Catwoman vs Sonya Blade, Captain Marvel struggling with Mortal Kombat related anger issues and...Darkseid!
"The Apocalipstix" shows readers an all-girl rock-and-roll triumph over the end of civilization. CBR caught up with writer Ray Fawkes and artist Cameron Stewart to discuss the original graphic novel.