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"Brightest Day"cover artist David Finch spoke about why he loves drawing Deadman and Aquaman for the bi-weekly event title, what he finds challenging about Firestorm and a tease about another big project.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #4, on sale this Wednesday, June 16, from the creative minds of Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi, Ivan Reis, Pat Gleason and more, with covers by Reis and David Finch.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #2, by Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi, Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf and more. The issue, featuring covers by Reis and David Finch hits comic stores, May 19
Doug Zawisza gave the Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi written "Brightest Day" #1 4.5 stars, calling the comic "one of the best bets that DC has ever spun out of an event" while declaring that "DC has a surefire hit on their hands."
CBR kicks off a new monthly feature called DAYBREAK with Peter Tomasi, co-writer of the 26-issue series joining us for this installment and Geoff Johns, Tomasi's' co-writer, who talked about the rebirth of Aquaman.
DC Comics Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns joined CBR TV at C2E2 to discuss his new position, Aquaman as an A-List character, working with Peter Tomasi, his drive to grow as a creator, "Brightest Day" and more.
CBR's Doug Zawisza looks at the latest issue of "Green Lantern Corps," which finds the DC space heroes picking up the pieces of "Blackest Night" and setting the stage for the next act of Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason's epic saga.
Peter Tomasi moves to an all-new Guy Gardner ongoing titled "Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" while "Green Lantern Corps" comes into the hands of "R.E.B.E.L.S." writer Tony Bedard featuring...Green Lantern Ganthet?
CBR News spoke with "Green Lantern Corps" writer Peter Tomasi about the repercussions of the death of a major DCU figure in the pages of last week's issue #42 and how the death will leave Guy Gardner seeing red.
Saturday afternoon at Baltimore Comic-Con, DC Nation brought the news, announcements, Ketchup-flavored chips, and a naked Batman Mego down by the Nation’s Capitol. CBR has all the details.
CBR checks in with “Robin” and “Nightwing” writers Fabian Nicieza and Peter Tomasi respectively, about what the end of the titles means to Bruce Wayne’s two most famous proteges, Tim Drake and Dick Grayson.
Writer Peter Tomasi, a long-time fan of J'onn J'onzz, mourns the death of the fallen superhero in next month's one-shot, “Final Crisis: Requiem,” and speaks with CBR News about the Manhunter from Mars.