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Top DC Comics writers Geoff Johns, Jimmy Palmiotti, Gail Simone, and more share details of their creative writing process during a Saturday panel at WonderCon, also revealing their remedies for writers’ block.
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.
Stars Kate Beckinsale and Gabriel Macht, producer Joel Silver, and original comic book writer Greg Rucka reveal the cold of Manitoba, the warmth of Montreal, and other challenges in bringing Oni's "Whiteout" to the big screen.
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!
Courtesy of Warner Bros., CBR brings you a gallery of new still images from "Whiteout," the new film based on the Oni Press graphic novel by Greg Rucka and Steve Lieber. Check it out!
Oni Press unleashed a slew of announcements at Comic-Con International, with a cavalcade of creators including Antony Johnson, Greg Rucka, and Bryan Lee O'Malley. CBR was there.
DC Comics held its DC Nation panel Friday afternoon at San Diego's Comic-Con International, Executive Editor Dan DiDio and company answered fan questions about Blackest Night and more.
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.
The DC panel at this year’s ECCC offered several pieces of intriguing news about "Blackest Night," "Jonah Hex" and "Action Comics," along with other bits of surprising insider information concerning Mark Waid, Geoff Johns and... Marvel Studios?
With Nightwing and Flamebird now revealed, CBR checked in with writer Greg Rucka to find out why they think they can fill the big red boots of the Man of Steel and what else we can expect from World Without Superman.
Writer Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about hiis work with James Robinson on DC’s Superman titles as well as “Queen & Country,” “Stumptown” and what's going on with the film adaptation of “Whiteout.”
The hugely popular writer of such titles as “Gotham Central” and Queen & Country,” Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about his newest projects for DC Comics, “Action Comics” and “Detective Comics” -- starring Batwoman!
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.
DC revealed eight Batman titles for June at the Battle for the Cowl panel Saturday afternoon at New York Comic Con. Find out where to read about your favorite Bat-characters and what's in store for the Battle itself.
Fan favorite wrtier Greg Rucka is taking over “Action Comics” from his pal Geoff Johns in March, but there will be some different heroes headlining the book in 2009 other than Superman. We spoke with him about the book.
Two writers who know their way around the Batcave, Alan Burnett of "Batman: The Animated Series" and Greg Rucka of "Gotham Central," share their thoughts on “Batman: Gotham Knight.”
CBR News talks with “Stumptown” artist Matthew Southworth about his and Greg Rucka's upcoming Oni Press private-eye series and its special preview available this week at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
CBR sat down with writer Greg Rucka to learn how he brought his beloved "Gotham Central" characters to life for the "Batman: Gotham Knight" animated DVD that hits stores this week.
Gail Simone, Aaron Lopresti and Greg Rucka took to the WizardWorld Chicago stage on Saturday to discuss the challenges and rewards of telling stories about DC's Amazonian princess.
PRESS RELEASE: Bruce Timm, Greg Rucka and more to appear at "Gotham Knight" panel at WizardWorld Chicago
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.”
Oni Press and creators Greg Rucka, Bryan Lee O'Malley and Jim Massey gathered in Seattle to discuss new comics and film projects, including the “Scott Pilgrim” movie and Rucka’s new “Stumptown” series.