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Writer Jeph Loeb talks for the first time about the "Public Enemies" arc of his and Ed McGuinness' bestselling “Superman/Batman” run being made into a Warner Bros. animated feature.
Beginning in May, Ivan Brandon tells the story of Nemesis in the pages of “Final Crisis Aftermath: Escape.” CBR News spoke with the writer about the series he compares to “Lost” and “The Prisoner.”
Fan favorite Mexican artist Ladrönn contributes a series of striking covers for the five one-shots spinning out of Tony Daniel’s “Battle For The Cowl” event miniseries, and we spoke with him about his work on the project.
IDW announced at New York Comic Con that "The Forgotten" writer Tony Lee will pen a new “Doctor Who” ongoing series for the publisher. CBR News spoke with the British writer about the project.
Michael Miller was first introduced in 1959, but became a major player in "Final Crisis." We spoke to writer Matthew Sturges about why – after 50 years – it was time to give Human Flame his own solo series.
The two-headed writing monster of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray speak extensively with CBR News about the multi-issue story arc in the pages of “Jonah Hex” and the return of fan favorite artist Darwyn Cooke.
CBR speaks with writer Mark Sable about "Unthinkable," the new BOOM! miniseries about a creative writer hired by a U.S. think tank to dream up worst case terror scenarios, as well as the alternate reality game inspired by it.
What can you expect from Joe Casey's six-issue miniseries featuring the Super Young Team? Well, amongst other things, you may just see Most Excellent Superbat make out with himself. Want to know more? Read on.
Gerry Conway, who famously scripted the death of Gwen Stacy, returns after a lengthy hiatus from comics to pen DC’s forthcoming six-issue miniseries “The Last Days of Animal Man.” CBR spoke with Conway about the book.
Zuda Comics makes its first jump to print in May with the release of a trade paperback edition of the first four chapters of Jeremy Love’s acclaimed ”Bayou.” CBR News spoke with the writer-artist about the project.
Joss Whedon and Dark Horse bolster their “Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight” all-star team once again come April, as Jim Krueger pens a standalone Faith/Giles issue for the Eisner Award-winning series.
J.M. DeMatteis is co-writing a Metal Men backup in Keith Giffen & Matt Clark's new ”Doom Patrol.” CBR spoke with him about the project and reuniting with “JLI” cohorts Giffen and Kevin McGuire.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, writer Andrew Kreisberg and artists Mike Norton & Joe Rubinstein introduce Cupid, a new villain to the rogues’ gallery of “Green Arrow/Black Canary.” CBR spoke with Kreisberg.
Greg Rucka is teaming with all-star artist J.H. Williams III on “Detective Comics” once the long-running series returns from its “Battle for the Cowl”-imposed hiatus in June. And the main character is the Batwoman.
Announced Sunday at New York Comic Con, Chris Eliopoulos is writing a four-part miniseries with some unlikely stars. “Lockjaw & the Pet Avengers” debuts in May, with art by Ig Guara and Chris Sotomayor.
Marvel readers be warned: Greg Pak is bringing Hulk’s son to Earth this summer to have a nice chat with dear old dad in “Planet Skaar.” And he isn’t in a very good mood. (Well, Skaar isn’t anyways.)
Ron Lim, who has illustrated epic battles with the likes of Silver Surfer and Conan over the years, tells CBR he’s hasn’t worked on clashes the likes of which are in “Planet Skaar” for ages.
Rising star artist Francis Manapul is teaming with superstar writer Geoff Johns to relaunch the classic series, “Adventure Comics.” CBR News caught up with Manapul at home in Toronto to discuss the series.
Superstar writer Geoff Johns talks about Starman’s role in his announced “Adventure Comics” series, how it ties into his current LoSH work and about the book’s stunning art by Francis Manapul.
Who is the Doom Patrol? Why do they do what they do? And what is their place in the DC Universe? These questions - and more - will be answered in Keith Giffen’s newly announced ongoing series. UPDATED