First Look at DC Rebirth Designs For Bizarro, Red Robin, Batman Beyond & More
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FIRST COMIC: "Wonder Woman" #78
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Writer Chris Roberson speaks to CBR about "Masks," a Dynamite crossover featuring The Shadow, Green Hornet, and other pulp heroes -- plus Alex Ross interiors.
Writer Judd Winick speaks to THE BAT SIGNAL about the unique challenges of writing the #0 issue for "Batwing" and the African politics that shape his ongoing DC Comics title.
CBR speaks with writer Scott Snyder about his and artist Greg Capullo's recently announced Joker storyline in "Batman" and the status of Joker's skinned face.
"Green Arrow" scribe Ann Nocenti discusses taking over as the permanent writer on DC Comics' "Catwoman" ongoing series and what the move means for Selina Kyle. UPDATED with Andy Clarke's "Catwoman" #13 cover.
"Legion Of Super-Heroes" and "Worlds' Finest" writer Paul Levitz discusses his books' #0 issues and fleshing out the histories of the New 52 incarnations of Brainiac 5, Huntress and Power Girl.
Writer Marc Andreyko gives CBR the exclusive word on his new five-part Blue Devil and Black Lightning story debuting in October's "DC Universe Presents" #13
"Amethyst, Princess Of Gemworld" creator Dan Mishkin speaks out about Christy Marx's tale in "Sword Of Sorcery" and the upcoming "Amethyst" trade paperback.
Writer Judd Winick spoke with CBR about September's "Green Arrow" #0 origin issue, how it fits into Ann Nocenti's run and what it was like returning to the Emerald Archer in his New 52 incarnation.
Speaking at the Monkeybrain Comics press call, writer Chris Roberson announced plans to expand his publishing company, Monkeybrain Books, into digital creator-owned comics.
"Blue Beetle" writer Tony Bedard speaks with CBR News about his Beowulf backup feature in the recently announced "Sword Of Sorcery" anthology, launching in September from DC Comics.
TV and comic book writer and "Jem" creator Christy Marxspoke with CBR News about her take on Amethyst and Gemworld for DC Comics' new "Sword Of Sorcery" anthology.
"Nightwing" writer Kyle Higgins talks to THE BAT SIGNAL about the aftermath of "Night of the Owls," the upcoming "Republic Of Tomorrow, Today," and his in-book response to real-world criticisms.
Actor Matthew Modine spoke one-on-one with CBR News about working with director Christopher Nolan on "The Dark Knight Rises," his new role in the Steve Jobs biopic and the iPad "Full Metal Jacket Diary" app.
Writer and artist Walter Simonson discusses his upcoming time-spanning DC Comics original graphic novel "The Judas Coin," his foray into manga and other art styles, and more.
Writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti spoke to CBR News about their new DC Comics miniseries "Phantom Lady" and revisiting the Freedom Fighters in the New 52 DC Universe.
Musician and "American Idol" finalist Chris Daughtry spoke with CBR News about his partnership with DC Entertainment on the We Can Be Heroes campaign.
Writer Judd Winick speaks about "Catwoman" going good guy, "Batwing" going global and his upcoming plans for both books.
Writer Fabian Nicieza spoke with CBR about his Kid Flash-centric issue of "DC Universe Presents," how it ties into the current "Teen Titans" storyline and the insight it may provide into the New 52's Bart Allen.
"Green Arrow" writer Ann Nocenti spoke with CBR about Oliver Queen, the Skylarks' sexuality and the current Hollywood explosion of archers, from "The Hunger Games" to "The Avengers" and the CW's own "Arrow."
At DC Entertainment's "Darkness & Light" charity art event, DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee and CCO Geoff Johns spoke about the publisher's as yet unidentified gay character and the importance of TV for the company.