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My childhood revolved around three things: “The Super Friends,” “Star Wars” and Wayne Gretzky. Not much has changed (some 30 years later) except that I now have an awesome wife, three wonderful children and a full-time job, so my hours with the three previous loves of my life – television, movies and hockey – grows smaller and smaller with each passing year. And that’s a good thing. But thanks to the fine folks at CBR, SFX, Chill, The Hockey News, Dobberhockey and the now deceased, Geek Monthly, Starlog and Cult Times, I still manage to find a few hours each day for Aquaman, Obi-Wan Kenobi and the Coolest Game on Earth.
FIRST COMIC: With my own money, “The Super Friends” #44 (May 1, 1981)
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Superman, The Flash, Aquaman, Bigby Wolf and Dr. Singh
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Co-creator Len Wein spoke with CBR about returning to his roots with a new "Swamp Thing" #1 and his "tour" of the DCU's supernatural side.
The best-selling writer shares exclusive details and art from his debut OGN, a pandemic thriller coming from DC Comics in March.
With the parentage of one new character settled, it's time to ponder the background of the main protagonist of "The Force Awakens."
Before Lucasfilm reset "Star Wars" continuity, the Expanded Universe told some pretty wild stories. Here are five events that won't make the "Force Awakens" cut.
"Spiderwick Chronicles" author Holly Black & artist Lee Garbett tell CBR how excited they are to be launching a new "Lucifer" series from Vertigo.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo discuss "Batman" #47 and how how every alley (and story) you explore in Gotham ultimately leads to the same joke.
Following the events of "Dark Waters," "Arrow" fans will have to wait until 2016 to find out the fate of a main character. SPOILERS!
Peter Milligan takes the online dating plunge in "New Romancer," his latest Vertigo title, and shares an exclusive preview of the first issue with CBR.
Dan Brereton heads back to Gotham City for his digital-first tale, and tells CBR he wouldn't mind coming back once more for a new "Thrillkiller" installment.
Tim Seeley shares his initial thoughts about his cast of "colorful, crazy weirdos," including Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Boomerang and more.
Keith Giffen spoke with CBR about the new, all-female team and his undying love for Supergirl, now flying to new heights thanks to her TV series.
Writer/artist Renea De Liz promises an origin worth of the iconic character, teases a mystery villain and discusses the return of a classic Etta Candy!
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo spoke with CBR about Jim Gordon, his new sidekick, Bruce Wayne's future and the creepiness of Mister Bloom.
Robert Venditti reveals details of the reimagined Silver Age bad guy, and shares insight into Relic and Black Hand's epic space battle at the Source Wall.
The writer explains how the apparently different characters share many similarities, the importance of kicking the Joker out of Harley's life and more.
In a spoiler-filled interview, Brian Azzarello and Andy Kubert discuss working with living legend Frank Miller, and the surprise that ignites the upcoming series.
Peter Tomasi & Francis Manapul tell CBR about Batman's New God turn affects his war on crime and why he's finally confronting his greatest enemies.
Rafer Roberts spoke exclusively with CBR about the Archer and Armstrong-starring "A&A," illustrated by newly Valiant-exclusive artist David Lafuente.
Writer Lee Bermejo discusses Batgirl's impact on "We Are Robin" with CBR News and teases the upcoming "Robin War" event.
Gene Yang won't reveal the mysterious villain in "Superman" #44, but the writer tells CBR about Hordr Root's connections to a classic DC character.