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DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee discusses his work on "Superman Unchained" with writer Scott Snyder, why he returned for another round with the Man of Steel, Jerry Ordway's open letter to DC and more.
The ongoing writer of "Batman" gears up for his origin re-defining story as Scott Snyder took to the stage in Anaheim to talk "Zero Year," his Batman history, "Superman Unchained" and more.
Writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy discuss their new Vertigo miniseries, "The Wake," explaining why the ocean will always terrify the human race.
DC Comics kicked off WonderCon 2013 with an overview of things to come for both the DC Universe and the publisher's Vertigo imprint in a panel featuring some of the industry's top talent.
Writer/artist Sean Murphy spoke with CBR News about the next stage of his career as the collection of his acclaimed "Punk Rock Jesus" is set to hit stores and he launches "The Wake" with writer Scott Snyder.
DC Comics has released Greg Capullo's full gatefold cover for "Batman" #19, which reveals the identity of Bruce Wayne's greatest enemy as teased in the cover copy.
Andy Diggle, Scott Lobdell, Greg Pak and Scott Snyder, the writers of DC Comics' Superman titles, continue to discuss the Man of Steel's ever-growing legacy.
Andy Diggle, Scott Lobdell, Greg Pak and Scott Snyder - the four writers helming Superman-centric series in 2013 - join forces to discuss the ever-growing legacy of DC Comics' Man of Steel.
With word out that his and Greg Capullo's next "Batman" arc will be the eleven-issue origin "Zero Year," Scott Snyder explains why he's telling a story new and separate from Miller & Mazzucchelli's "Year One."
DC Comics announced this morning that Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's next major "Batman" story will take readers to the Dark Knight Detective's past -- "Zero Year," to be specific. UPDATED With New Art.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at the solicitation information and covers for Superman titles shipping in June, including "Superman Unchained," "Batman/Superman" and more.
Creative team Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque return to the "American Vampire" world with "The Long Road To Hell" #1, centering on fan-favorite vampire hunter Travis Kidd. The issue hits stores June 12.
Doug Zawisza gives "Swamp Thing" #18 by Scott Snyder with art by Yanick Paquette 4 stars, calling Snyder's final issue of the series and "Rotworld" epilogue "poignant and on target."
DC has announced "Superman Unchained" as the title for Scott Snyder and Jim Lee's upcoming Superman ongoing series, as the writer and artist discuss what to expect from the series come June 12.
Creators from James Robinson and David Finch to Gail Simone and Scott Snyder join forces in Seattle to discuss DC Comics The New 52, and the publisher announced a new "Pandora" series while teasing many incoming events.
DC Comics kicked off its convention season with a Seattle panel featuring Scott Snyder, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Bill Willingham and more, and the panel promised a return of "100 Bullets" and changes to the DCU.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Swamp Thing" #18 by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette. The "Rotworld" epilogue goes on sale March 6.
With this week's conclusion of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Joker-centric storyline, "Death of the Family," we thought we'd see what you believe is the best multi-issue Joker storyline of all-time!
Fan-favorite writer Scott Snyder discussed love and death in "Batman" #17, the explosive final issue of DC Comics' Batman-driven crossover event, "Death of the Family." And that's no joke.
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman" #17 5 stars, calling Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's conclusion to "Death of the Family" "a stunning conclusion that permanently scars the Bat-family in a way not unlike the Joker's own disfigurement."
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's conclusion to "Death of the Family" in "Batman" #17, set to hit comic stores this week, has been leaked online in advance of its release date.
Doug Zawisza gives "Animal Man" #17, the first half of Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's "Rotworld" finale, four stars, saying artist Steve Pugh's "horrific imagery of Rotlings...is quite a bit to wrap a mind around."
It's the end of "Rotworld" as we know it and Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder feel fine. CBR News discusses the end of the horror epic with the writers of "Animal Man" and "Swamp Thing."
With the conclusion of Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's "Rotworld" hitting stores this week, DC Comics has released advance looks at "Animal Man" and "Swamp Thing" #18, next month's epilogue issues to the event.
Readers will get their first taste of the much-anticipated new Superman series by Scott Snyder and Jim Lee in DC Comics’ gold-edition offering for Free Comic Book Day.
Charles Soule, creator of Image Comics' "27," sets out for the marshlands as the new writer of "Swamp Thing" for DC Comics. CBR News spoke with him about his plans to dig deep into the heart of the character.
As the Joker-themed event races towards its horrifying conclusion, writer Scott Snyder explains how the end of Batman's "Death of the Family" will be "inspiring and infuriating" all at once.
Courtesy of DC Comics, we have a preview of "Batman" #16 by the white hot creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. "Death of the Family" continues January 16.
Kelly Thompson gives Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #16 4.5 stars, saying the creative team "delivers a brutal cliff-hanger of an ending that will leave readers aching for more."
Following the exit of Scott Snyder from "Swamp Thing," DC newcomer Charles Soule will take over writing duties on the book with KANO on interior art beginning with issue #19 in April.
Greg McElhatton gives "Swamp Thing" #16 by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette 4 stars, saying the creative team has "a strong sense of how to create a comic that's as much adventure as it is horror."
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #34 4.5 stars, calling Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's final issue before the series break "a collage of imagery that teases what is yet to come when [the series] returns from hiatus."
Scott Snyder talks with Robot 6 about the "Death of the Family" storyline, the "Rotworld" crossover, and what readers can expect when "American Vampire" returns from hiatus.
"Death of the Family" mastermind Scott Snyder shares his thoughts on the importance of being Alfred and how Joker's calling card found its way into the Batcave in this installment of THE BAT SIGNAL.
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman" #15 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo 4 stars, calling the latest installment of "Death of the Family" "an unpredictably bizarre tangle of ideas wilder than a roller coaster."
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Alex Garner's fiery variant cover for "Batman" #16, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's next "Death of the Family" chapter on sale in January.
"Swamp Thing" writer Scott Snyder has confirmed what the DC Comics solicitations only hinted: that he and artist Yanick Paquette will end their well-regarded run on the series with March's Issue 18.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman" #15, a continuation of the "Death of the Family" event by Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo. The madness of The Joker's plan is revealed December 12.
DC has announced fan-favorite artist Andy Kubert will fill in for regular "Batman" artist Greg Capullo for issue #18 in a story featuring character Harper Row written by Scott Snyder. The issue hits March 13.
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #33 4.5 stars, saying the issue by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque "provides some surprisingly tender moments for Vertigo’s best horror comic book."