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Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about being the final writer on "Action Comics" original run, creating new DC Comics characters in "Demon Knights," Apollo and Midnighter's relationship in "Stormwatch" and much more.
The DC Dark and Edge panel at Comic-Con International saw an enthusiastic Paul Cornell, Scott Snyder, Jeff Lemire, and more answering fan questions about the more eccentric side of the New 52.
From "Swamp Thing" and "Frankenstein" to "Demon Knights" and "I, Vampire," DC's new line resurrects a wave of classic monster concepts and CBR speaks with the writers behind them.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Action Comics" #902, the latest chapter in "Reign of the Doomsdays" by Paul Cornell, Kenneth Rocafort and Axel Gimenez. The battle continues on June 22!
Hugo-nominated writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR about the revamped "Stormwatch," and its surprising new lineup including the Martian Manhunter, as well as the title's importance in the new DCU.
Tim considers how best to read certain serialized comics and spotlights recent books of interest like Paul Cornell's "Action Comics," Rozum and Irving's "Xombi," and Jeff Parker's "Thunderbolts."
Etrigan rises again in "Demon Knights," a new ongoing series by Paul Cornell and Diogenes Neves, part of DC Comics’ September relaunch. CBR News spoke with Cornell about the Medieval DCU series.
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."
Five new DC Comics series focus on the darker side of the DCU including Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and Peter Milligan's "Justice League Dark." UPDATED: Wildstorm joins the new DCU with "Voodoo," "Resurrection Man."
With the first collection of "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" in stores this week, BOOM! Studios has provided CBR readers with a chance to read the entire first issue by the creative team of Paul Cornell and Javier Pina.
Damon Lindelof, the co-creator of "Lost," spoke with CBR about his story in today's "Action Comics" #900 and also shared his thoughts on the forthcoming "Superman" movie, his next project, "Cowboys & Aliens" and more.
DC Comics has released a preview of Paul Cornell and Pete Woods' story from "Action Comics" #900. The issue, an oversized anniversary extravaganza, hits stores tomorrow, April 27.
Kapow Comic Con, the newest kid on the convention block, hit London this weekend. Organized by Mark Millar, who promised a San Diego experience over two days.
Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about “Action Comics” #900, the trick in balancing Lex Luthor’s characterization, keeping readers invested in the villain without cheering for him, his take on Doomsday and more.
The writer of "Action Comics" brings all his major threads home as Lex Luthor's quest collides with the attack of Superman's killer and Paul Cornell explains how his Man of Steel will take charge and stay human.
DC Comics has released previews for Phil Hester and Don Kramer's "Wonder Woman" #606 and Paul Cornell and Pete Woods' "Action Comics" #899, both hitting stores next Wednesday, March 30.
During C2E2's DC Icons panel, Paul Cornell spoke about his approach to the Man of Steel, Phil Hester hinted at what's to come in the pages of "Wonder Woman" and Dan DiDio summarized DC's current mission statement.
DC Comics has provided a five-page preview of "Action Comics" #898 by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods, which hits stores tomorrow. In "Black Ring" Part 9, Lex Luthor gets his rematch with Larfleeze!
Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning take over BOOM! Studios' "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" with issue #5 and CBR News spoke with them about new adversaries, sibling dynamics, epic science fiction and working with Stan Lee.
Doug Zawisza gave "Action Comics" #897 4.5 stars saying of Paul Cornell and Pete Woods' latest chapter in the saga of Lex Luthor, "with Cornell guiding Luthor’s path, I don’t see [my] enjoyment diminishing any time soon."
DC Comics has released a five-page preview of "Action Comics" #897 by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods. The issue features a showdown between Lex Luthor and the Joker, and is on sale January 26.
An A-list team of creators including Damon Linelof, Richard Donner and Alex Ross bring the Man of Steel back home from his cross-country journey to "Action Comics" where Doomsday and Lex Luthor await.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" #4, by Paul Cornell and Javier Pina. The issue, with covers by Trevor Harisine and Kalman Andrasofszky, hits stores January 19.
Today, DC Comics announced that "Action Comics" #900 will receive a variant cover painted by Alex Ross, a dramatic reinterpretation of the original "Action Comics" #1 cover by Superman co-creator Joe Shuster.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #19, the final issue from Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel with covers by Patrick Gleason and Gene Ha. The bizarre story of The Absence concludes February 12.
DC has unveiled David Finch's cover for "Action Comics" #900 featuring the return of Superman to the title, which has been a Lex Luthor showcase for nearly a year, in a 50 page story by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods.
CBR's series of writer-on-writer interviews with some of DC Comics' biggest new names wraps as Paul Cornell grills Scott Snyder on the psychological underpinnings of "Detective Comics" and writing with Stephen King.
BOOM! Studios have announced Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, otherwise known as DnA, will replace Paul Cornell on "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" when the writer departs the series after issue #4.
Part three of CBR's writer-on-writer interview series rolls on with Nick Spencer talking with Paul Cornell about characters, politics and faith as they discuss everything from "Action" to "Batman And Robin" and beyond.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman and Robin" #18 featuring Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel's new villain, The Absence, as she squares off against the dynamic duo. The issue hits this Wednesday, December 15.
Greg McElhatton takes a look at "Action Comics" #895 by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods and bestows a four-star review for the "sly sense of humor running through the issue that makes 'Action Comics' a lot of fun."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #17, the first of a three-issue arc by Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel. The issue, featuring covers by Guillem March and Gene Ha, hits stores November 24.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Knight and Squire" #2. Written by Paul Cornell with art by Jimmy Broxton and a Yanick Paquette cover, Britain's answer to Batman and Robin return Wednesday, November 10.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Stan Lee's Soldier Zero" #2 from the creative team of Paul Cornell and Javier Pina, hitting stores Wednesday, November 17.
Hugo-nominated British writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR News about his upcoming run on "Batman and Robin," sharing details about the new supervillain he's adding to the Dark Knight's rogues gallery along the way.
Steve Lyons brings his knack for out-of-this-world stories to the DC Universe in January with “Steel.” Lyons talked with CBR about the one-shot, his first foray into American comics.
James Hunt gave the much anticipated "Action Comics" #894 3.5 stars, calling the Death guest-starring issue "quite good in most ways that count," but ultimately "[missing] the high standards it courted."
DC Comics has announced Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel will step in for three issues of "Batman and Robin" as Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason's planned debut on the title has been delayed. ROBOT 6 has details.