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Artist Howard Porter illustrated the hit "JLA" series in the late '90s, and he returns to DC Comics' biggest heroes with "Justice League 3000."
Artist Kevin Maguire has commented on his current situation with DC Comics, following being fired as artist from the yet-to-be-released "Justice League 3000" ongoing series by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis.
Following Kevin Maguire's firing from "Justice League 3000," DC Comics has announced that Howard Porter will be taking art duties on the series, now delayed until December.
UPDATE: Kevin Maguire has clarified his earlier statements about being fired from DC Comics, saying he will no longer be working on "Justice League 3000," but still has projects with the publisher.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Larfleeze" #2 by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Scott Kolins. Larfleeze takes on the celestial being Laord of the Hunt July 24.
With the announcement that Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire are reuniting for "Justice League 3000," Tom Bondurant recounts the trio's history and speculates on the team's membership.
"Justice League 3000" co-writer Keith Giffen discusses his and fellow "Justice League" creative team J.M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire's new series, promising complete self-contained stories and a 12th issue revelation.
The creative team behind the Bwahaha era of "Justice League," Keith Giffen, JM DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire look to the future in "Justice League 3000." CBR has an exclusive first look at Howard Porter's redesigns.
With his new, self-titled DC Comics series set to debut in late June, Orange Lantern Larfleeze has uncharacteristically granted CBR permission to share an early look at artists Scott Kolins' work from the first issue.
Writer Keith Giffen spoke with CBR about August's "DC Universe Vs. Masters of the Universe," pitting He-Man against Superman, finding Batman's opposite and circumventing fan expectations.
DC's August solicitations herald the end of New 52 launch titles "Legion of Super Heroes" and "Demon Knights" along with second wave book "Dial H" and the recently-debuted "Threshold."
Joined by their teammates and allies, Superman and He-Man will face off again this summer in Keith Giffen and Dexter Soy's "DC Universe Vs. Masters of the Universe."
DC Comics has debuted Ed Benes’ cover for "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" #4, which reveals a radically new look for the hero of television, film and toyboxes.
After announcing that they would publish a "Masters of the Universe" ongoing series by Keith Giffen and Pop Mhan, DC Comics has debuted the first interior pages from the April-debuting title.
Tim checks out a handful of recent releases, including Keith Giffen's return to the Legion, the tragedy of Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's "Batman Incorporated," a fresh new voice via Monkeybrain and more!
The post-Geoff Johns era of "Green Lantern" comics will come from a variety of creators as writer Robert Venditti takes the core book with Joshua Fialkov, Justin Jordan and Keith Giffen working with the Corps.
A rumor has surfaced that current "Legion of Super-Heroes" artist Keith Giffen will leave the series after March after only two issues on the New 52 ongoing written by Paul Levitz.
DC has announced a "Masters of the Universe" ongoing series written by "He-Man: Masters of the Universe" miniseries writer Keith Giffen with art by Pop Mahn. The series launches in April.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lanterns: New Guardians Annual" #1, a "Rise of the Third Army" tie-in by Keith Giffen & Scott Kolins. A Green Lantern betrays the Corps. January 9.
In a CBR exclusive, DC Comics announces the reunion of Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen and their return to the 31st century with "Legion of Super-Heroes" #17. CBR has the full solicit and Giffen's first cover.
Keith Giffen tells CBR News about "Threshold," his new DC Comics sci-fi series, and his excitement about returning to space heroes like Jaime Reyes, the Omega Men and Stealth. Plus, Orange Lantern Larfleeze!
In response to a reader question, Tim takes a step back from the crush of current comics to reflect on what would make his All-Time Top 10 comics list. Can Kirby, Moore and Giffen make the cut?
A closer look at August's direct-market sales! Penguin launches graphic novel imprint! "Daredevil" team talks about Harvey Awards wins! Geoff Johns at the Arab American National Museum! Keith Giffen on his "He-Man" plans! Plus more!
DC has announced Keith Giffen will take over from James Robinson as writer for "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" with issue #2 in September. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Doug Zawisza gives "O.M.A.C." #8 4 stars saying the final issue by Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen "maintained an air of fun, adventure and absolute uncertainty."
Digital Millennium Copyright Act used against comics blogger! An update on S. Clay Wilson's health! DiDio and Giffen on the end of "OMAC"! A closer look at new Oni Press logo! Plus more!
CBR spoke with writer Keith Giffen and writer/artist Dan Jurgens about Helspont, Jimmy Olsen and what's in store for the Man f Tomorrow when their run on "Superman" starts with issue #7.
CSBG continues its weekly look at comic book Easter eggs, from Spider-Man and Garfield making a cameo in the Legion of Super-Heroes and an unusual name for a gas company in the latest issue of "O.M.A.C."
Doug Zawisza gives "O.M.A.C." #5 4 stars, saying Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen's off-beat series "continues to be the most unpredictably entertaining" of DC Comics' New 52 launch titles.
Doug Zawisza praises "O.M.A.C." #4, calling it "a mega-blockbuster, high-octane, popcorn flick transcribed to paper" and giving the Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen comic 4 stars.
Ched Nevett gives "O.M.A.C." #3 4 stars, calling the Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen-orchestrated superhero slugfest "compelling and entertaining."
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio, Keith Giffen and Jeff Lemire spoke with CBR about the ins and outs of their upcoming "O.M.A.C."/"Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E." monster mash-up.
Writer/artists Keith Giffen and Dan Jurgens give CBR News the exclusive scoop on their plans for "Superman," which they take over from George Perez with issue #7 next March.
Reports say George Perez is stepping down as writer and breakdown artist on "Superman," to be replaced by Keith Giffen and Dan Jurgens as of the seventh issue of the relaunched title.
After three issues, writer JT Krul will step down from DC's new "Green Arrow" monthly to be replaced by Keith Giffen who will now co-write with series artist Dan Jurgens.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio spoke with CBR News about the New 52 line-wide relaunch which kicks off today with "Justice League" #1 before expanding with 51 other titles, including DiDio's "O.M.A.C."
IDW has announced "Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes," a 6-issue mini co-produced with DC Comics. CBR News spoke with writer Chris Roberson about the October crossover.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio and writer/artist Keith Giffen discuss their new "OMAC" series, Jack Kirby's influence and bringing action and surprise back to comics. Plus, exclusive art!
The next wave of relaunch titles from DC Comics includes Paul Cornell's DC/WildStorm mashup of "Stormwatch," new series for "Deathstroke" and "Sgt. Rock" and Dan Didio's "OMAC."