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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.
Dan Jurgens returns to “Booster Gold” as artist and writer beginning with issue #15, and is ready to pick up where Geoff Johns & Jeff Katz left off. Jurgens spoke to CBR about the character he created back in 1986.
"Heroes" Co-Executive Producer Jesse Alexander is writing a one shot that ties in directly to "Captain America: White." "Shotgun Opera" will feature Sgt. Nick Fury and the Howling Commandos!
In celebration of the team's 50th anniversary, the superstar writer has scripted an episode of CW's "Smallville," which officially brings the Legion into the hit TV show's re-imagined Superman mythos.
The characters of Milestone Comics will be folded into the fabric of DCU proper, in some very high-profile titles. Milestone co-founder Dwayne McDuffie will be writing two of his creations into "Justice League of America."
Marvel Comics has announced the signing of rising star artist Khoi Pham to an exclusive deal. Pham will continue his team-up with superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis as the regular artist on "Mighty Avengers."
Marvel Editor Nick Lowe, writer Christopher Yost and artist Pasqual Ferry share some thoughts with CBR News about bringing Orson Scott Card's classic sci fi novel, "Ender's Game," to comics.
Legendary writer Roy Thomas is teaming with young gun talent Mario Gully on Robert Louis Stevenson's "Kidnapped" for Marvel Illustrated. CBR News has a first look at some of Gully's pages.
Kevin Grevioux and Mat Broome will team on "Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel," a six-issue miniseries starting in November based on an original concept by Grevioux, set squarely in Marvel Universe.
Announced today at CCI, writer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver are teaming up for "The Flash: Rebirth." Their goal is simple: Do for Flash what they did for GL - make him a pillar of the DCU
CBR News spoke with Geoff Johns about the upcoming "New Krypton" nine-part crossover storyline, beginning this October in the DC Comics' one-shot "Superman: New Krypton Special."
Jonathan Lethem’s revival of Marvel’s cult classic “Omega: The Unknown” wrapped with this week's #10. The bestselling writer shared with CBR his thoughts and the prospect of more omega-sized adventures.
Fan favorite comics creator Keith Giffen says it will take more than a nose-wiggle to reset the limits of magic in the DC Universe, but he is going to try his darndest to do just that in the new eight-issue miniseries, “Reign in Hell."
Fan-favorite comics creator Keith Giffen dishes on his anarchic upcoming six- issue miniseries “Ambush Bug: Year None,” and explains why it’s important for comics to bring back the funny.
With the Brothers Whedon set to unleash “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,” MySpace Dark Horse Presents has published a prelude webcomic. CBR speaks with its writer, Zack Whedon.
Four-time Emmy Award-winning TV writer Alan Burnett confirmed for CBR News that his upcoming run on “The Flash” was a limited engagement, but he wasn’t so giving when speaking about Wally West’s possible end date.