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In the first of a two-part series, superstar writer James Robinson discusses his upcoming “Justice League” title and sheds some light on a new project featuring one of his beloved “Starman” characters.
With the heavy schedule of weekly series “Trinity” ever present, superstar artist Mark Bagley managed to knock a “Sports Illustrated” cover out of the park this week and we've got the story behind the Bizarro cover. UPDATED
Veteran Bat-book writer Chuck Dixon will pen a two-part arc for “Booster Gold” in issues #11 and #12, following the exit of co-writers Geoff Johns and Jeff Katz. We spoke with Dixon about the book, of which he is a huge fan.
With eclectic nods to “Dexter” and “The Untouchables,” Mark Sable talks (out of just one side of his mouth) about “Two-Face: Year One,” its place in the Batman mythology, and his ideas for expanding Gotham City.
"Manhunter" and its cult favorite protagonist Kate Spencer have received not one but two stays of execution. Writer Marc Andreyko tells CBR News why and shares news on what readers will see in the revived series.
Adam Beechen has a history with Cassandra Cain, and in the upcoming six-issue miniseries “Batgirl,” the writer plans to resolve every question left outstanding regarding the troubled character.
"Justice League of America" writer Dwayne McDuffie teases CBR readers wth what’s next for DC’s top-selling comic, and details exactly how "Final Crisis" will influence the book.
Following the likes of Cain, Abel and Elvira, Matt Sturges and Bill Willingham are the new caretakers of Vertigo’s “House of Mystery.” We spoke with Sturges about the series, which debuts this week.
DC Comics' fan-favorite heroine Power Girl finally gets her own solo title, and CBR News spoke with co-writer Jimmy Palmiotti and artist Amanda Conner about the long-awaited new monthly.
Bite Club co-creator David Tischman and artist Glenn Fabry give Vertigo its first superhero team in nearly a decade with his own version of the fab four, The Mates, in the six-issue Greatest Hits.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8" editor Scott Allie is writing Robert E. Howard's "Solomon Kane" for Dark Horse and CBR has an exclusive first look at superstar artist John Cassaday's cover for #1.
In the third and final part of CBR's series, superstar writer Grant Morrison speaks of his oneness with the Man of Steel in All Star Superman and hints at the possibility of some upcoming All Star one-shots. Oh, and more Seaguy too.
Veteran comic writer Fabian Nicieza is showcasing one of his old favorites, Hawkman, in the early issues of "Trinity," DC's forthcoming year-long, weekly event series. CBR News spole with him about that and much more.
In the second part of a weeklong series, superstar writer Grant Morrison discusses with CBR Bruce Wayne’s last stand in “Batman R.I.P.” and handicaps three of his possible replacements: Nightwing, Robin and Damian.
In the first part of a weeklong series, writer Grant Morrison discusses with CBR News the finality of "Final Crisis," the fates of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, and teases The Flash, Martian Manhunter and the tie-in specials.
Matthew Sturges (Jack of Fables, House of Mystery) steps in to save the day and, more importantly, the scarab as the new writer of DC's Blue Beetle beginning with July's issue #29.
The creator of Mage and Grendel is bringing DC's modern mystic to Vertigo for a brand new series this June. We spoke with Matt Wagner about Madame Xanadu, forthcoming Grendel stories and a new secret project.
The veteran TV producer leaves Brainiac 5 battling some inner demons as “The Legion of Super-Heroes” comes to an end while preparing himself for DC’s latest animated venture, “Batman: The Brave and the Bold.”
This just in: Geoff Johns is staying on “Booster Gold” through issue #1,000,000! We’ve also got some bonus coverage of “DC Universe: Zero" in the final chapter of our weeklong spotlight on the superstar writer.
"Wolverine" writer Marc Guggenheim has teamed with none other than Wolverine himself to create “Nowhere Man," a new series from Virgin Comics, and speaks with CBR News about the Jackman-fueled project.