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With Vertigo's "Greatest Hits" launching this week, CBR News caught up with writer David Tischman to kick off a five-part feature profiling each of the idiosyncratic superheroes who rock out as The Mates. This week, meet Solicitor.
The auction to restore the boyhood home of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel has added items from David Letterman and Stephen Colbert, as well as Matt Wagner, Paul Dini, JH. Williams III and much more.
CBR News spoke with Geoff Johns about writing Sony's upcoming MMOG, DC Universe Online, featuring the DCU's finest heroes (and villains). Plus, an exclusive peak at Green Lantern Hal Jordan as depicted in the game.
When he's not making movies with Brangelina, he's busy plotting and planning his hotly rumored reboot of the Superman film franchise. Mark Millar talks to CBR about turning Hollywood into Millarworld.
Acclaimed author and essayist G. Willow Wilson discusses the upcoming "Vixen: Return of the Lion," telling CBR the miniseries is not and an origin tale nor a reimagining, and is indeed set in current DCU continuity.
Mark Millar will in 2009 write "Ultimate Avengers," a new ongoing series featuring not just the heroes of his and Bryan Hitch's "Ultimates," but the entire Ultimate universe. We spoke with Millar about the project.
Mark Waid, J.H. Williams III, Jimmy Palmiotti and Danny Fingeroth have donated to Brad Meltzer's auction to save the boyhood home of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel.
Bestselling novelist Brad Meltzer talks about his latest novel, "The Book of Lies," and tells us what the world's oldest villain -- Cain -- and world's greatest superhero -- Superman -- have in common.
In commemoration of Superman's 70th birthday, bestselling novelist Brad Meltzer and The Siegel & Shuster Society have teamed up to launch a star-studded, comic industry-fueled auction to fund the restoration of Superman creator Jerry Siegel's boyhood home
Award-winning illustrator Dale Eaglesham loves drawing Alex Ross's Kingdom Come Superman in "Justice Society of America" and can't wait to get his hands dirty with Black Adam. We spoke with the artist at Fan Expo.
Only a quarter of the way home in his marathon run on "Trinity" and superstar artist Mark Bagley already knows his next project for DC Comics, giving CBR few cryptic hints and sharing the love for Stuart Immonen.
Superstar artist Ethan Van Sciver defends for CBR News the return of Barry Allen in "The Flash: Rebirth," shares his love of Jack Cole's Plastic Man, and discusses his fondness for DC's bearded King of the Sea.
Despite an injury to his drawing hand, all-star creator Adam Hughes is hoping to have “All-Star Wonder Woman” flying into comic book stores in 2009, and tells CBR who the book's big baddie is.
From Artist Alley at Fan Expo in Toronto, DCU Executive Editor Dan DiDio told CBR News he loves that Barry Allen is back and that we won't see a "Rebirth" of Plastic Man until artist Ethan Van Sciver is good to go.
Dan Didio led the DC: A Guide to Your Universe panel at Fan Expo where it was revealed the publisher had plans for at least two more weeklies to follow “Trinity” and that Bart Allen may not be dead.
Two writers who know their way around the Batcave, Alan Burnett of "Batman: The Animated Series" and Greg Rucka of "Gotham Central," share their thoughts on “Batman: Gotham Knight.”
Illustrator Paolo Rivera will make "Amazing Spider-Man" #577 his debut as a Marvel-exclusive artist. Known primarily for his painting, Rivera revealed to CBR his first issue will be rendered in a more traditional method.
Spinning out from the pages of his own “Teen Titans” ongoing, Sean McKeever is penning a “Terror Titans” miniseries beginning in October. The writer spoke to CBR News about the Joe Bennett-illustrated project.
Geoff Johns tells CBR News that "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds" is at its heart a Superboy-Prime story -- but that's not to say there isn't any room for some flash.
In December, Marvel Illustrated will release an eight-issue adaptation of "The Wonderful World of Oz" with art by Skottie Young and a script by Oz expert Eric Shanower, who spoke with CBR about the project.