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Bryan Q. Miller spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL, reflecting on his run as the writer of "Batgirl" and discussing the end of Stephanie Brown's tenure as the female Caped Crusader.
Before wrapping up Dick Grayson's final story as Batman, writer David Hine speaks to THE BAT SIGNAL about giving the Dynamic Duo a surrealist twist in "Batman and Robin" #26.
Acclaimed writer Scott Snyder moves from "Detective Comics" with Dick Grayson to "Batman" #1 starring Bruce Wayne with artist Greg Capullo, and they're looking for epic adventure.
Writer Fabian Nicieza spoke with to The Bat Signal about his upcoming August issue of DC Comics “Batman,” the final issue before the September reboot and the culmination of Dick Grayson's tenure under the cowl.
The DC series based on the animated favorite grows bigger as Adam Beechen explains why the Justice League's missions, the return of Blight and shadowy hackers all impact what's next for "Batman Beyond."
THE BAT SIGNAL spoke to writer Joshua Hale Fialkov about his three-issue "Superman/Batman" arc starting with #85 that puts the Man of Steel in Gotham and turns back the clock on their partnership.
“Gotham City Sirens” writer Peter Calloway spoke with CBR's BAT SIGNAL about the comic’s direction after the three-part “Judgment on Gotham” crossover and what's next for Harley, Ivy and Selina.
THE BAT SIGNAL returns for a conversation with writer/artist Tony Daniel about the creation of Catgirl, the return of Two-Face and the artistic process behind "Batman."
Fabian Nicieza drops in on CBR's THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his plans for the next arc of "Red Robin," "Seven Days of Death," the character's approach to crime fighting and his approach to Tim Drake.
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.
In a special team interview, writers David Hine, Fabian Nicieza and Peter Calloway discuss the upcoming crossover focusing on the battle for Gotham's soul spanning "Batman," "Red Robin" and "Gotham City Sirens."
Judd Winick, the man who brought former Robin Jason Todd back from the dead, joins THE BATSIGNAL to discuss his upcoming three-issue run on "Batman and Robin" and explain the appeal of the ever-shifting Bat-villain.
The editor of the Batman comics line, Mike Marts swings by THE BAT SIGNAL to explain how the worlds of Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson will collide while the creators of Gotham City draw the wide-ranging cast closer together.
"Batman and Robin" writer Peter Tomasi, Grant Morrison's handpicked successor, swung by THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his plans for the title, adding new bad guys to the Bat-mythos, bringing back classic rogues and more.
Bryan Q. Miller discussed plans for the ongoing "Batgirl" series, including the current year's major arc, increasing Stephanie's support network beyond Gotham and what the "Death of Oracle" means for Team Batgirl.
Adam Beechen, the writer behind the new "Batman Beyond" ongoing series, returns to THE BAT SIGNAL to catch fans on up on how day-and-date digital and the future Justice League combine to draw in readers new and old.
The writer/artist behind DC's latest ongoing Batman series, David Finch swings by CBR to uncover what obscure heroes help drive the supernatural tone of "The Dark Knight" plus an exclusive preview of the first issue.
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.
Film director and comic fan Kevin Smith swings by THE BAT SIGNAL to look inside "The Widening Gyre," from its shocking Volume 1 finish to the controversy over Batman's bladder problems and a hint at what comes next.
The "Gotham City Sirens" writer spoke with CBR 's BAT SIGNAL about moving in with the lovely ladies of the Batman Universe, his plans for Harley, Ivy and Selina, and the long anticipated return of Bruce Wayne.
"Red Robin" writer Fabian Nicieza spoke with CBR about his continued stay in the Batman Universe as "Batman Incorporated" begins and Tim Drake rises back to his place in the Bat-Family, deals with women troubles and more.
With a pair of Dark Knights suiting up for the all-new "Batman Inc." era, CBR's THE BAT SIGNAL shines on the two writer-artists charting solo adventures for Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson, Tony Daniel and David Finch.
David Hine returns to CBR's regular column to discuss his continued work on the "Azrael" ongoing series and his upcoming two-part story in the "Batman" and "Detective Comics" annuals.
Frazer Irving, the artist on the acclaimed "Batman And Robin Must Die!" arc, explains how his history with Grant Morrison and Batman collided, why he's tired of Puritans and how he controls the visual tone of Gotham City.
In part two of our epic interview, Grant Morrison opens up about the BatFranchise changes under his stewardship and where it goes next from "Batman, Inc." to his future with Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne and more.
Grant Morrison stops by THE BAT SIGNAL for a two-part talk on where Batman has been and where he's going, the mythic elements driving the sci-fi ending of "Return of Bruce Wayne"and the revelation of Doctor Hurt's identity.
Artist Dustin Nguyen continues his stay in Gotham City, leaving his mark along the "Streets of Gotham" and penciling his way onto "Batgirl" while hoping to bring Lil' Gotham to the printed age.
We spoke with Fabian Nicieza about designing "Bruce Wayne - The Road Home," DC Comics' October event spanning eight self-contained yet inter-connected one-shots covering the closest allies and oldest enemies of Batman.
The once and future writer-artist behind DC Comis' "Batman" monthly, creator Tony Daniel swings back into Gotham for new stories, a new style and the completion of his lost chapter with Grant Morrison.
This week, THE BAT SIGNAL shines on writer Paul Cornell who discussed his October-launching six-issue "Knight and Squire" miniseries featuring DC Comics' British version of the Gotham-based dynamic duo.
Peter Milligan looks back at his work with the Dark Knight, from his original demonic Riddler story to his recent KGB crime epic and talks about Batman stories you will and won't see from him in the future.
JH Williams spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about the new "Batwoman: Elegy" hardcover collection, collaborating with Greg Rucka and what to expect with the upcoming "Batwoman" series he's writing as well as drawing.
Adam Beechen, the writer behind DC's in-universe relaunch of "Batman Beyond," explains his history with the Dark Knight, from comics to cartoons and how the two play off each other, from Terry McGinnis to Zur-En-Arrh.
With back-to-back Red Hood projects hitting in comics and animation, the writer who returned Jason Todd from the grave digs into his Batman writing methods, his opinions on animation and a new "Superman/Batman" story.
DC Editor Mike Marts stops by to explain how the all-star anniversary issue came together, how issue #700 plays a role in the culmination of Grant Morrison's mega-epic and what twists and artists will accompany the return of Bruce Wayne.
Upcoming “Batman and Robin” artist Frazer Irving discusses his favorite takes on Batman from Brian Bolland to Adam West, the challenges of drawing the Dark Knight, and forming a dynamic duo with superstar writer Grant Morrison.
The writer behind "Streets of Gotham" and "Gotham City Sirens" swing by CBR's ongoing Bat-Column to explain what it takes to dig into villains like Hush, what hidden past will haunt Batman's future and how Poison Ivy will grow this summer.
The artist behind the all-caveman Batman adventure that kicks off "The Return of Bruce Wayne" opens up about his early Batman gigs, his personal criticisms of his own work and returning at last to "Tom Strong."
THE BAT SIGNAL spotlights Grant Morrison as he begins the Dark Knight's history-spanning homecoming back to modern day Gotham City in the highly anticipated six-issue miniseries, "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne."
After his final word with Jeremiah Arkham, incoming "Detective Comics" writer David Hine explores two kinds of madness with the introduction of The Imposter and a regular gig on DC Comics' "Azrael."