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Keith Giffen's had it up to here with Darkseid, asks personal questions about Krypto, talks Sarah Palin, laments the reprinting of one of his '80s works, and reveals what he thought "Reign In Hell" was supposed to be about.
Legendary creator J.M. DeMatteis teams with his “Justice League International” partner Keith Giffen on the final three issues of “Hero Squared,” their cult superhero send-up at BOOM! Studios.
Just in time for the newest issue of Geoff Johns and George Perez's "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds," Timothy chats with novelist - and lifelong LoSH fan - Barry Lyga about what makes the 31st century so special
If you only have time to read one column this week, it should be this one! Keith Giffen's back with his thoughts on the "All Star Batman & Robin" #10 fiasco, missing dialog in "Ambush Bug Year None" #2 and much more.
Dan Didio delves into the best way for DC to fix their lagging franchises, while Keith Giffen offers to write Plastic Man with Ethan Van Sciver on art and much more from Toronto’s Fan Expo Friday evening.
Someone is tearing apart Sapphire City’s mob bosses with a savage vengeance. Writer Rob Worley talks to CBR about his and Keith Giffen & Shanon Eric Denton's “The Revenant,” a new pulp-noir graphic novel.
At Comic-Con International, the artist/writer spoke to fans about his entire career, from "Justice League" to"Ambush Bug" to "LoSH" to to writing for - hey, writing for CBR! (And Trencher and the Heckler, too.)
Jack Knight will not be returning as Starman, Keith Giffen hints that he and Paul Levitz may have more LoSH in their future and Kevin Smith will be writing a Batman series - that's just a taste of the news that came out of DC Nation!
Fan favorite comics creator Keith Giffen says it will take more than a nose-wiggle to reset the limits of magic in the DC Universe, but he is going to try his darndest to do just that in the new eight-issue miniseries, “Reign in Hell."
Fan-favorite comics creator Keith Giffen dishes on his anarchic upcoming six- issue miniseries “Ambush Bug: Year None,” and explains why it’s important for comics to bring back the funny.
Keith Giffen's Back! He checks in on a multitude of subjects this week, including airing dirty laundry in public, opting for star power over competence, how some characters just don't work and the word "fanboy."
CBR was live from the DC Nation panel at New York Comic Con with Geoff Johns, Dan DiDio, Jann Jones, Keith Giffen, Jim Starlin, Justin Gray, Gail Simone and more!