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Writer Scott Snyder swings squarely into THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his upcoming "Hungry City" arc in "Detective Comics" and exploring the history of Batman's city in the "Batman: Gates of Gotham" miniseries.
Vertigo has debuted the covers to "American Vampire" #16 by series creator Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque and the "AV: Survival of the Fittest" #1, the upcoming miniseries by Snyder and artist Sean Murphy.
As part of its massive "Flashpoint Friday" promotion, DC Comics today announced eight mini series and four one-shots including "Reverse Flash," "Green Arrow Industries," "Grodd of War" and much, much more.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave "Detective Comics" #873 a 4.5 star review, saying that the current creative team of Scott Snyder and Jock "are doing a great job [of] making this title a must-read."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR is pleased to present an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #873 by Scott Snyder and Jock, concluding their first story arc "Black Mirror." The issue goes on sale this week.
Scott Snyder revealed plans to introduce characters both new and old in the coming issues of "Detective Comics," including the daughter of Tony Zucco and James Gordon Jr., while sharing a look at "Detective" #873.
Vertigo has announced that "Joe the Barbarian" artist Sean Murphy will join writer/creator Scott Snyder for an "American Vampire" miniseries set to coincide with a World War II story arc in the main title. ROBOT 6 has details.
Greg McElhatton gave "Detective Comics" #872 a 4 star review, calling the second installments of Scott Snyder, Jock and Francesco Francavilla's first story arcs "from start to finish...an excellent comic."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #872. The issue, by writer Scott Snyder and artists Jock and Francesco Francavilla, hits December 29 with a cover by Jock.
Doug Zawisza gave "American Vampire" #10 a 4 star review calling the latest issue of the Vertigo series by creator Scott Snyder and artist Mateus Santolouco "a book that you really should be reading"
Scott Snyder, the writer helming DC Comics' namesake title, explained to CBR how a character from Commissioner Gordon's past and the villain challenging Dick Grayson's Batman both represent the same darkness of Gotham City.
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "American Vampire" #10 by writer/creator Scott Snyder, guest artist Mateus Santolouco and a cover by Rafael Albuquerque. The issue hits December 22.
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.
In the first of a special four-part feature, CBR invited some of DC Comics' rising writer stars to interview each other, starting with Scott Snyder digging into the history of "Sweet Tooth" and "Superboy" with Jeff Lemire.
Chad Nevett gave Scott Snyder and Jock's "Detective Comics" #871 4 stars, saying, "If you want a Batman comic with the emphasis on the detective and a classic Bat-comic feel, Snyder and company deliver."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Detective Comics" #871 featuring the debut of the new team of Scott Snyder and Jock with a cover by Jock and back-up feature art by Francesco Francavilla. The issue hits November, 24.
"American Vampire" creator and writer Scott Snyder spoke with CBR TV about his plans for "Detective Comics," how he figures to incorporate the Batman Inc. status quo into his and artist Jock's storylines and more.
This week, Tim reports on his adventures at this year's New York Comic Con, featuring tales of tragedy and thrills aplenty. Mainly thrills surrounded by mild annoyance. And the genius of Grant Morrison, on film.
This week, Tim finally continues his discussion with incoming "Detective Comics" scribe Scott Snyder as the two get to the good stuff: exactly why it is Grant Morrison comics are so important.
Doug Zawisza gave Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" #6 4.5 stars saying, "I’m enthused about what has happened in this book and look forward to more disturbing tales in months to come."
Writer Scott Snyder strikes out on his own in a story that sees the first American Vampires land in 1930s Las Vegas for murder and intrigue based in and around the Depression's most depraved boom town.
This week, Tim spoke with writer-on-the-rise Scott Snyder about vampire vacations in Vegas and the the grim greatness of Gotham City as they look behind the scenes on Snyder's upcoming run on "Detective Comics."
With DC Comics' namesake title's relaunch, "Losers" artist Jock joins up and comer Scott Snyder for the mysterious "Black Mirror" arc and both tell CBR why a down and dirty yet high tech Dark Knight is around the corner.
At Comic-Con International, Vertigo Senior VP and Executive Editor Karen Berger moderated a panel devoted to celebrating the success of "The Unwritten," "American Vampire," "Sweet Tooth," and "IZombie."
The writer of Vertigo's "American Vampire" steps up onto DC's eponymous Batman comic as the first move in a new exclusive with the publisher and tells CBR about crafting intense mysteries for the Dark Knight and Jim Gordon.
CBR's Greg McElhatton loves "American Vampire" #2 by Stephen King & Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque, and raises a glass to Vertigo for adding to its line another excellent title that demands your attention.
The artist behind Scott Snyder and Stephen King's new blood-sucking Vertigo monthly explains why he had to let his art grow up and what it takes to make vampires dirty, classy, bestial and sexy.
While co-writers Stephen King and Scott Snyder embark on dueling interview tours (including here at CBR), the DC mature readers imprint unveils brand new Rafael Albuquerque pages from this week's "American Vampire."
For this week's WHEN WORDS COLLIDE, Tim spent some time chatting with Scott Snyder, the writer of the upcoming "American Vampire" and "Iron Man Noir," about literature, cinema, comics, and the art of teaching.
The up-and-comer, Snyder, and the horror icon, King, reinvent the vampire legend at Vertigo with a multi-decade tale of a new breed of bloodsucker, drawn by Rafael Albuquerque.