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Reflecting on some of the major comic book events of the past decade, Tim discusses the good - and not-so-good - when it comes to Grant Morrison's popular yet controversial run as the writer of "New X-Men."
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.
This week, Tim interviews Patrick Meaney about his new book on Grant Morrison's seminal series, "The Invisibles," and the two discuss how the title works and how it compares to something like Alan Moore's "Promethea."
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.
Sparked by recent announcements from Comic-Con, Tim launches into a multi-part exploration of 'Marvelman' by showing what made the Alan Moore series so revolutionary all those years ago. Plus, a forgotten controversy resurrected!
Appearing at Meltdown Comics last night, Grant Morrison and Clive Barker discussed the unacknowledged bondage of Wonder Woman, the altered state of creativity, and the progression of “The If.”
Keith Giffen's back not with hate, bile or bitterness, but with a list of the top 50 reasons he loves working in comics, and a top 10 list of talents he believes deserving of wider recognition.
In this installment of WWC, Tim answers the age-old question: 'What is the WORST Grant Morrison comic?' and gives five answers. Plus, as an added bonus: Morrison's Ten Best Comics Ever.
Grant Morrison says his next project, "Multiversity," is bigger than “Final Crisis.” What else would you expect from the man who's killed Batman, Darkseid, Martian Manhunter and an all-star version of Superman in the last 12 months?
This week, Tim finally takes on Grant Morrison's "The Invisibles," finding a sort of simplicity within the swirling chaos of allusion, ontological posturing, and (of course) the sexy psychic assassins.
Grant Morrison has tackled all the biggies, but no superhero shares his voice like the scuba suit-wearing Seaguy. We spoke with the writer about the return of his cult fave hero in "Seaguy: The Slaves of Mickey Eye."
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.
CBR's Timothy Callahan concludes his linear narration of Grant Morrison's Superman Saga as told through the pages of "Final Crisis," "Superman Beyond," "All-Star Superman" and "DC One Million."
Steven presents a blast from the past as he examines a past column about the "post-superhero," reviews a big swath of books in his attempt to offer 1000 reviews in 1000 days, comments on the latest news and much more.
CBR's Timothy Callahan continues his narration of the chronology of Superman as told by Grant Morrison in the pages of "JLA," "JLA Classified," "JLA/WildCATS," "JLA: Earth 2" and more.
CBR's Timothy Callahan looks at the chronology of Superman as told by Grant Morrison in the pages of "All Star Superman," Animal Man," "Doom Patrol" and more, sorting all the writer's tales of the Man of Steel into a linear continuity.
This week, Tim steps back and takes a look at "Final Crisis" #7 in relation to the epic mini-series as a whole, discusses what it is about the story that really matters, and puts the entire Multiversal event into a celebratory perspective.
With the conclusion of DC's "Final Crisis" looming on the comic book event horizon, Tim looks at three earlier Grant Morrison series that are important precursors to this mega-event. Join him as he examines how "Past is Prologue."
Rich has word that Grant Morrison is headed back to the Bat-cave and is bringing a familiar friend, an update on Devil's Due Publishing's operations, Gillen gets to dazzle, a TMNT celebration and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
"Final Crisis" #5 is on sale now, and the response has been decidedly mixed. CBR Reviewers Doug Zawisza and Benjamin Birdie turn in wholly different takes on the new book by Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones & Carlos Pacheco.
First rumored in LYING IN THE GUTTERS just over one year ago, DC Comics' much-hyped "Batman R.I.P." story came to a conclusion in "Batman" #681 by writer Grant Morrison and artists Tony Daniel & Sandu Florea, on sale now.
With only a couple of weeks left before the conclusion of Grant Morrison's epic "Batman: R.I.P." Tim places odds on the identity of the mysterious Black Glove while dissecting various clues from the last 50 years of Batman comics.
How does Morrison's 'All-Star Superman' work as a whole? How does it compare to the aborted 'Superman 2000' pitch of the late 1990s? Tim answers these questions and more as he explores 'Morrison's Perfect Superman.'
With the epic "All Star Superman" concluded with this week's issue #12, CBR News sat down with artist Frank Quitely to discuss his hugely acclaimed work with Grant Morrison on the best-selling DC Comics series.
With the release of the third issue of “Final Crisis” by Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones, the CBR Reviews team takes not one, but two looks at the book. Find out what Timothy Callahan and Benjamin Birdie thought of the issue.
The latest video to come from the CBR yacht features Grant Morrison, who stopped by to talk on a myriad of subjects including Superman, “Final Crisis” and music’s growing influence and participation in the world of comics.
Two kindred spirits -- Eisner-winning rock star Gerard Way and comics rocker Grant Morrison -- shared a panel at Comic-Con International and made plans to create a new universe in one coffee-fueled week.
Grant Morrison joined writer and cultural sage Deepak Chopra in an exploration of consciousness and the superhero in the final major panel of this year's Comic- Con International in San Diego.
New Vertigo projects from Gabriel Ba, Fabio Moon, Grant Morrison, Brian Azzarello and Michael Kaluta were just a few of the comics mentioned at DC's Vertigo panel during CCI.
Static will be leaving Milestone for the Teen Titans, Archie's superheroes will be counted among the Brave and the Bold and and upcoming battle for Batman's cowl is just some of the news that came out of DC's panel
DC Comics held their panel on all things Batman Friday afternoon at Comic Con International, and CBR was there! See what Grant Morrison, Paul Dini, and others have to say about Batman's future.
Ostensibly to promote their upcoming work for Virgin Comics, Stan Lee and Grant Morrison held court in Ballroom 20 and discussed comics, movies, and their favorite Marvel moments.
My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way talks about "Umbrella Academy" series 2, the possibility of a big-screen adaptation, and his upcoming Comic-Con panel with Grant Morrison.
Before you know it, CCI 2008 will be over and you'll be wondering "how did I miss that?" Here's our rundown of Sunday's event and panel highlights so you can make your plans accordingly.
CBR chats with Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley, who attended WWC strictly as a true fanboy. Hurley tells us about his favorite books, authors, the rumors of a FOB comic, and his thoughts on "celebrity comics."
Fans attending WizardWorld Chicago got the chance to get the scoop on DC Comics' "Batman R.I.P." from the storyline's penciller himself, Tony Daniel, at his panel this past Saturday night.