DC Announces New Limited Series For Swamp Thing, Poison Ivy, Firestorm And More
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Sean McKeever talks about his new mini-comic 'Looking at the Front Door,' a story about relationships and their various ups and downs.
Darwyn Cooke discusses the new 6 issue series 'New Frontier' coming from DC in late 2003 that takes a look at the classic DC icons in their Silver Age past. Plus, an exclusive first look at character designs from the series.
Former CBR Staff Writer Keith Giles discusses his new publishing venture, Plastic Animal Studios, and the stories you can expect with a look at the art from these new series.
Series co-writer Jusin Gray discusses the 'Resistance' and brings those new to the series up to speed on what you can expect and fills you in on the influences that drive the story.
'Hellblazer' author Mike Carey talks about the challenges he faces writing the title, addresses his critics, explores the character of John Constantine and a fist-full of upcoming story teasers.
'JSA' writer David Goyer discusses his tenure on the title, his collaborations with Robinson and Johns on the book, his thoughts on where the title's been and where it's heading and his feelings about finally stepping down from the monthly writing chores.
Writer Joe Casey talks extensively about his work on 'Adventures of Superman,' and 'Automatic Kafka,' how his approach to writing each title differs and what you can expect next. Plus, a three page 'Kafka' preview.
CBR's Arune Singh examines the role of 'real world' comics in today's comic market with creators Chuck Austen, Andi Watson and Terry Moore. What will it take for these books to gain wider acceptance, where do they fit into the current comics market and which is more mainstream, 'real world' or 'superhero' comics?
Editor Mark Chiarello discusses DC's new anthology book 'Solo,' coming in 2003, plus an early look at artwork by Richard Corben.
Hawkman artist Rags Morals talks about his work on 'Hawkman,' what his work ethic is and a look at what's come before.
Very busy writer Geoff Johns discusses another series he'll be tackling in 2003, a relaunched 'Teen Titans' that stays true to its past while looking towards the future.
Judd Winicks discusses the new 'Outsiders' series coming from DC July 2003 with details on team members and what you can expect form this new team book.
Ted Naifeh discusses this December's 'Courtney Crumrin and the Coven of Mystics,' his plans for Courtney beyond this series, the trade paperback and much more.
Artist Mike Norton discusses working on Oni's 'Jason & the Argobots' (plus a first look at issue #3), his part in the 'G.I. Joe' universe of books and the artistic influences that have shaped his unique style.
Upcoming 'Legion' artist Steve Lightle returns to some familiar characters, with some rather dramatic changes. Lightle talks about tackling work on the title, shares his love for the Legion of Super-Heroes and where else you'll find work from him.
Writer Will Pfeifer discusses "H-E-R-O,' coming from DC in January. Who are the main players, what can you expect, and how will this new seires differ from previous incarnations? Pfeifer explains with an preview of artwork from the series.
'Lucifer' artist Ryan Kelly discusses his unique artistic relationship with artist Peter Gross, how they split up the workload, and what the best part of working on the title is for him.
Writer Chuck Austen discusses his run on 'Uncanny,' where the stories come from and their often times personal nature, and what's next for this venerable title. Plus, a three-page preview of 'Uncanny X-Men' #416 by artist Kia Asamiya. UPDATED - Image Preview Fixed
Writer Geoff Johns discusses "Hawkman" and the themes he's exploring with Carter Hall, plus details of upcoming stories and Ethan Van Sciver's upcoming contributions to the book.
Artist Patrick Gleason talks about recent DC work on 'JSA' and "Hawkman Secret Files,' plus a look at his work on 'Noble Causes,' and his next project, a JLA presitge format book written by actor Patton Oswald.