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In our second interview with the five writers of July's series of one-shots, "The Joker's Asylum," CBR speaks with "Scalped" creator Jason Aaron about his leading rogue, that waddling scoundrel, The Penguin.
In our first interview with the five writers of July's series of one-shots, "The Joker's Asylum," CBR News spoke with "Rex Mundi" creator Arvid Nelson about his leading rogue and the reason we are all here, The Joker.
More on John Nee's resignation, news on Dan Didio's future with DC, an update on the "Hero By Night" situation, changed "The Twelve" art that absolutely must be seen and much more in Rich Johnston's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
It's all-out war as the Justice League battles the alien Konvikt, a monster that dwarfs the might of even Superman, and we learn more about the mysterious young woman named Tarot and Justin and Brian catch you up.
CBR talks to actor Christian Bale about his work on the hotly anticipated new Batman film, "The Dark Knight," in which his titular hero dons a new costume, rides a new bike, makes a new friend, and breaks a lot of people's arms.
Sunday afternoon, Dan DiDio was joined by Mark Waid, Jann Jones and Matt Brady to talk about their personal preferences, getting into comics and why certain things happen in the business.
After a tumultuous week, DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio was asked during a panel at HeroesCon on saturday about his job and the scrutiny it's come under. Does he deserve all the blame? That and more was discussed.
Rebirth, reinvention and new takes on old favorites fit the theme of Saturday's DC Nation panel. Dan DiDio answered questions from the audience, along with Matt Sturges, Jimmy Palmiotti and Ethan Van Sciver
CBR Gossip Columnist Rich Johnston has learned that DC Comics Senior Vice President of Business Development John Nee has left the company.
There's lots happening in the publishing world this month and Brian Hibbs is here to put it all in perspective. From the problems at Tokyopop and DC to a list of what the direct market needs from a publisher, don't miss this month's TILTING AT WINDMILLS!
The immense viral campaign for "The Dark Knight" continues, with CBR and other outlets receiving a rubber Batman cowl, a new edition of The Gotham Times, and clues leading to a group calling themselves Citizens For Batman.
PRESS RELEASE: "All Star Batman and Robin" #11 to be re-solicited, "House of Mystery" #3 returnable due to art change
Augie likes what he sees in Millar & McNiven's “Wolverine.” Plus, what's going on with Chuck Dixon? What is with TokyoPop's new publishing format? How is DC Comics like Yahoo? And what is Valiant's marketing misstep. And a ton more.
Veteran writer Fabian Nicieza (“Trinity”) is the new writer on “Robin,” beginning with #175, the first “Batman R.I.P.” tie-in issue. Nicieza revealed what he could and shared his admiration for Tim Drake and Chuck Dixon.
DC Comics has released images and solicitation images for new comics and products on sale in September, 2008, including the latest from "Final Crisis," "Trinity," J.J. Abrams' "Fringe" and much more.
Superman fights a sun, Wonder Woman fights some robots, John Stewart gets some new gear, and things just get weird for Batman in DC Comics' "Trinity" #2, on sale now.
Frank Spotnitz, the co-writer and co-executive producer of “The X-Files: I Want to Believe” spoke with CBR News about his upcoming comic book special set in the X-Files' classic era.
"Robin" writer Chuck Dixon has announced he is no longer employed by DC Comics "in any capacity." The news comes just after Frank Tieri was announced as the writer of a two-issue story for Dixon's "Batman and the Outsiders."
The T-MINUS team of Brian Eason and Justin Eger are back with TRINGENUITY, CBR's new weekly feature of commentary and analysis on DC Comics' "Trinity" by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley and company.
With the final issue of Frank Tieri's "Gotham Underground" in stores this week, the writer jumps into the fray of "Batman R.I.P." in a two-issue stint with the DCU's most volatile black ops super team.
Veteran novelist and comics scribe Greg Rucka says you can't spell "Crisis" without Cris -- Crispus Allen, that is, the latest host of The Spectre, who stars in Rucka's upcoming five-issue tie-in miniseries, “Final Crisis: Revelations.”
In this first of a series of background features on the many characters in DC's "Final Crisis," CBR's Brian Eason details the histories of issue #1 obscurities Libra and the Human Flame.
Best-selling novelist and comics writer Brad Meltzer discusses “DC Universe: Last Will and Testament,” the “Final Crisis” tie-in one-shot that sees DC's heroes on "the last night before the battle that will end it all."
Writer Peter Tomasi, a long-time fan of J'onn J'onzz, mourns the death of the fallen superhero in next month's one-shot, “Final Crisis: Requiem,” and speaks with CBR News about the Manhunter from Mars.
Tony Bedard talks to CBR's Robert Taylor about “Birds of Prey,” having Barbara Gordon and The Joker meet for the first time since “The Killing Joke,” and looks at “Countdown to Final Crisis” in retrospect.
Superstar writer Geoff Johns returns to the scene of the crime with his favorite superthugs, the Rogues in “Final Crisis: Rogues’ Revenge,” and shares the love with Barry Allen and Captain Cold.
DC Comics closed out its Wizard World Philly programming Sunday afternoon with Executive Editor Dan DiDio's informal chat with fans. CBR News was on hand for the fun.
The Vertigo panel at Wizard World Philly saw Editor Bob Schreck and Adam Phillips discuss the imprint's current and future projects including a hint at some possible Michael Kaluta work.
CBr's Live coverage of the DCU: Crisis Now! panel at WW Philly is over, but we still have all the news about upcoming DCU events, plans for new series, the fates of various characters and teams and more.
J.G. Jones gets to the nitty gritty of DC’s summer event and more as he reveals how he swiped his own covers, doodled with Grant Morrison and staged “Final Crisis” #1’s shocking death.
J.G. Jones, Jimmy Palmiotti and Shane Davis were in attendance as Ian Sattler treated the Philadelphia crowd to teasers about upcoming DCU projects before changing up the presentation to a fan-driven Q&A session.
Who will Superman vote for in the '08 election? Does Zatanna to the left or the right? Bill Willingham clues you in in "DCU: Decisions," a miniseries that outs superheroes' personal politics.
In the second of a two-part series, writer James Robinson shares with CBR News details about his upcoming run on “Superman” and also reveals a Justice Society of America origin hardcover graphic novel.
In the first of a two-part series, superstar writer James Robinson discusses his upcoming “Justice League” title and sheds some light on a new project featuring one of his beloved “Starman” characters.
The story of a teen girl in love with her mom's boyfriend's son, who happens to be an eco-terrorist, "Burnout" is the latest offering from Minx and author Rebecca Donner, who spoke with us about the graphic novel.
With the heavy schedule of weekly series “Trinity” ever present, superstar artist Mark Bagley managed to knock a “Sports Illustrated” cover out of the park this week and we've got the story behind the Bizarro cover. UPDATED