DC Comics' "Rebirth" Character Designs for Batman, Wonder Woman and More
What it is. My name is Kiel, former News Editor of CBR, now staff writer and teacher.
Before I worked for CBR, I was a staff writer at something called Wizard Magazine that used to be around comic shops and stuff.
Aside from the comics stuff, I'm somewhat diligently pursuing a masters degree in writing for children. I live in Chicago now but originally hail from the hardest working town in America: Flint, Michigan. If you ever meet me, remember that I give great high fives.
FIRST COMIC: It's a toss up between "Batman" #436 and "Web of Spider-Man" Annual #4. I bought them both in the same summer, and liked Batman WAY better is all I can recall.
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Tim Drake, Bleu L. Finnegan, Jack Knight, Scott Pilgrim
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Chris Roberson dug into the undead fun of his Vertigo title, explaining why "iZombie" is the perfect book for Mike Allred, how his longterm plan is shaping up and what surprise guests will appear along the journey.
The Academy Award-winner is the latest acclaimed name to be attached to the relaunch of Spider-Man in the trades as the vital role of Peter Parker's elderly aunt in the high school-era action story.
The veteran actor joins the cast of director Marc Webb's Spider-Man relaunch as the ill-fated uncle who sends Peter Parker on his path from high school nerd to web-slinging superhero.
With a number of creator-owned hits already to his credit, writer Nick Spencer prepares to take his superhero work to the next level taking a turn on the Girl of Steel's series along with artist Bernard Chang.
After over a decade away, former Marvel E-i-C Tom DeFalco and his artistic partner in comics Ron Frenz return to the mainstream Marvel Universe and "Thunderstrike" with a new five-issue miniseries.
A brand new graphic novel division of the Legendary Pictures banner will launch in 2011 with longime Editor Bob Schreck as E-i-C who is leaving IDW on good terms.
With the line-shifting game changer hitting the Dark Knight in today's "Batman & Robin" #16, DC Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras swings by to explain how Bruce Wayne's return will affect not just his life but the entire world of Gotham City.
With "Superman: Earth One" on the stands, artist Shane Davis tells CBR about the media blitz, remixing Superman's origin story, his process for creating a new arch foe and why the hoodie wasn't really a big deal.
After a computer issue threw a wrench in the first online day of 4-day ticket sales for Comic-Con International, the organization has delayed the release of more for a week, telling CBR the issue is being worked on.
Cullen Bunn spoke about his growing mainstream work and indie focus as he drops a "Deadpool Team-Up" playing with professional wrestling and the next expansive arc of his Western horror monthly "The Sixth Gun."
As part of Entertainment Weekly's rollout on the upcoming Marvel movie, Chris Evans is finally seen in the red, white and blue uniform of Steve Rogers for the first time as he, the director and the Red Skull chat.
In a project teaming the writer with Jim Lee and a host of European artists, Brian Azzarello tells CBR how "Batman: Europa" works to the artistic strengths of the hero and spills details on his "100 Bullets" reunion.
The Dark Knight will "Rise" when he returns to theaters in 2012, but while he'll be bringing back much of the cast from his previous adventures, Batman won't face the Riddler in Christopher Nolan's next film.
Chris Roberson spoke about his upcoming two-part "Superman/Batman" story resurrecting the System's Finest heroes of "DC One Million," from studying Grant Morrison's futuristic past to remixing the Silver Age.
Frazer Irving, the artist on the acclaimed "Batman And Robin Must Die!" arc, explains how his history with Grant Morrison and Batman collided, why he's tired of Puritans and how he controls the visual tone of Gotham City.
In advance of the 2010 NBA season, Marvel's top artists iclusing Joe Quesada and John Romita, Sr. teamed with "ESPN The Magazine" to give all 30 teams the superhero treatment. We spoke with the project editors for the full scoop.
As part of the park's 2011 expansion plans, California's Six Flags Magic Mountain will build an all-new Green Lantern-themed roller coaster as well as a redesign and re-branding of its Superman: Escape From Krypton ride.
In part two of our epic interview, Grant Morrison opens up about the BatFranchise changes under his stewardship and where it goes next from "Batman, Inc." to his future with Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne and more.
The House of Mouse has paid Paramount Pictures at least $115 million dollars to bring upcoming Marvel movies "The Avengers" and "Iron Man 3" under their distribution wing while announcing a release date for the latter sequel.
DC Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee opened the floor to fans on the business side of the publisher's policies at NYCC, discussing the challenge of digital, the future of print, the popularity of Vertigo and more.