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JH Williams spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about the new "Batwoman: Elegy" hardcover collection, collaborating with Greg Rucka and what to expect with the upcoming "Batwoman" series he's writing as well as drawing.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #865 by David Hine and Jeremy Haun with a co-feature by Greg Rucka and Cully Hamner. The issue hits stores tomorrow, May 26.
After his final word with Jeremiah Arkham, incoming "Detective Comics" writer David Hine explores two kinds of madness with the introduction of The Imposter and a regular gig on DC Comics' "Azrael."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Detective Comics" #864 by David Hine & Jeremy Haun and Greg Rucka & Cully Hamner with a cover by Cliff Chiang, on sale next week.
Greg Rucka opens up about his career in comics in a fun, laidback panel at Wondercon 2010, sharing the good and the bad, his novel writing process, and what it takes for a male writer to write a female character.
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of four new titles hitting stores tomorrow, including "Wonder Woman" #42, "Detective Comics" # 863 and more!
"Arkham Reborn" writer David Hine spoke with CBR News and discussed the upcoming conclusion to his ongoing Arkham saga scheduled to appear in the pages of "Detective Comics" this April.
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.
Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about his newest projects – “Detective Comics,” “Stumptown” and the film adaptation of “Whiteout,” his Oni Press graphic novel with Steve Leiber. Check it out!
J.H. Williams' work on "Detective Comics" has lit up the web with superlative praise, and the artist sits down with CBR to talk about the new Batwoman, working with Greg Rucka, and how long he'll remain with the book.
Greg Rucka is teaming with all-star artist J.H. Williams III on “Detective Comics” once the long-running series returns from its “Battle for the Cowl”-imposed hiatus in June. And the main character is the Batwoman.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale this week including "Terror Titans" #4, "Trinity" #32, "Faces of Evil: Grundy," "Secret Six" #5, "Detective Comics" #852 and more.
Paul Dini returns to talk about his DC Comics work, including his run on “Detective Comics,” his thoughts on “Batman R.I.P.,” what team book he would like to write, and his ideas for reforming Batman's rogues' gallery.
Steven Grant looks at the books that make up the 20 most significant comics in American comics history and states his case for each. Some of his choices just might surprise you.
In this week's installment of When Words Collide, Timothy looks back at the history of the American superhero comic, from the Golden Age to the Modern Age, and develops 'Sixteen Steps Toward a Superhero Canon."
Legendary Batman artist Graham Nolan talks to CBR about his career in newspaper strips with "Rex Morgan, M.D." and "The Phantom," and his long awaited return to superheroes.
Living legend Dennis O'Neil writes a two-issue story in December's “Detective Comics” #851 and “Batman“ #684, and talks to CBR about the project, what he's been up to, and his review of "The Dark Knight."
"Detective Comics" writer Paul Dini talks to CBR about "The Heart of Hush," a new five-part arc that sees the return of Hush and ties-in to "Batman R.I.P." Will Hush be the one to finish the Batman, or even succeed him?
Buffy, Batman and Tony Stark step up their game enough to make it to the promised land, while "Secret Invasion" bores, "Atom" confounds and even Supergirl's tedium can't stop a winning week.