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The artist and writer announced via Twitter his departure from the Batman title but promises "big projects" lined up.
Brian Buccellato and Toni Infante's "Sons of the Devil" #1 "kicks the series off to a good start."
Scott Snyder, Jock, Ray Fawkes, Jason Howard and more Image creators explained what makes a comic terrifying.
The voices of Batman's world discuss the Dark Knight's future with new details about the sequel to "Batman Eternal" and the new face of Gotham come June.
The Eisner Award-winning comic artist lends his talent to upcoming Image Comics series "Sons of the Devil," with an especially devilish cover.
Brian Buccellato & Mike S. Miller's digital first DC Comics series continues as Swamp Thing fights Poison Ivy and reality falls apart on Feb. 24.
Brian Buccellato & Beni Lobel deliver pit the Justice League against NBA Legends in DC Comics' "Justice League Goes Inside the NBA All Star 2015."
The oversized issue will focus on the occult character as well as introduce the Titans into the "Injustice" mythos.
A panel of writers discuss the ins and outs of creator-owned comics without limits including James Robinson, Alex de Campi and Brian K. Vaughan.
Brian Buccellato spoke exclusively with us about his and and Toni Infante's tale of cults, murder and the devil. Plus, an exclusive look at the first issue!
The 2015 comic book season kicked off with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address and tons of newly announced series.
Brian Buccellato takes over for Tom Taylor as the new writer of DC Comics' "Injustice: Gods Among Us" in a new issue drawn by Mike S. Miller.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato discuss re-imagining Anarky, and why Gotham's citizens have been waiting for a catalyst like him to arrive on the scene.
Original "Injustice: Gods Among Us" writer Tom Taylor has left the DC Comics series, with Brian Buccellato taking over as of print issue #8.
Francis Manapul and Brian Bucceelato are back, and they're bringing Anarky (and the Mad Hatter) with them to "Detective Comics" #37, on sale Dec. 3.
In an all-encompassing Batman panel, the Bat family's top creators gathered to discuss "Batgirl," "Batman Eternal" & more.
Batman creators including Marv Wolfman, Chris Burnham, Brian Buccellato and more celebrated the Dark Knight's anniversary with fans in Long Beach.
Robin replaced by... The Riddler? Find out what happens 5 years from now in Buccellato, Hepburn & Richards' "Detective Comics: Futures End" #1.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato discuss the fantastic elements of their first arc on "Detective Comics," which laid the groundwork for the rest of their run.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato keep uncovering new secrets in the current "Icarus" arc of "Detective Comics," on sale July 9.
"Detective Comics" co-writer Brian Buccellato discusses the book's Futures End" one-shot, how it's related to the Annual and the enigma of the Riddler.
DC's Bat-talent convene in Anaheim to discuss the recently launched "Batman Eternal" weekly series and the Dark Knight's monthly adventures.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's "Detective Comics" #30 is a strong debut for the creative team and "one of the best looking books at DC."
Robbery outside St. Charles, Missouri, comic shop triggered school lockdown! Manapul and Buccellato talk "Detective"! Bendis returns to Cleveland! Plus more!
The former "Flash" team of Francis Manapul & Brian Buccellato discuss their artistic approach to "Detective Comics" and their crime-centric take on Batman.
"The Flash" creative team of Francis Manapul & Brian Buccellato races into their first issue of "Detective Comics" as a new drug hits Gotham's streets.
DC turns their focus squarely on the world of The New 52, with an Emerald City Comicon featuring Scott Snyder, Jeff Lemire, Ann Nocenti and more.
The Flash faces the final battle against the Central City Killer in DC Comics' "The Flash" #29 by Brian Buccellato & Agustin Padilla, on sale March 26!
The Rogues flee from the villainous Crime Syndicate in DC Comics' "Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion" #3 by Brian Buccellato, Scott Hepburn & Andre Coelho.
Brian Buccellato, Patrick Zircher & Scott Hepburn deliver a good, if visually disparate, miniseries debut with "Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion" #1.
Brian Buccellato, Paul Levitz, James Tynion IV, Charles Soule, and more came together at New York Comic Con to talk about the New 52 as it enters its third year, as well as announcing new projects.
David Finch, Brian Buccellato, Joe Prado, and Ray Fawkes spoke with fans about "Forever Evil" and its tie-in series, writing and drawing evil characters, and working with Geoff Johns.
Brian Buccellato and Francis Manapul reveal their plans for their "Detective Comics" run, beginning next year, and their film noir inspired take on the World's Greatest Detective.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder headlines the creative team for "Batman: Eternal" – a new weekly DC Comics series debuting in 2014, while joinign Frank Miller and others for "Detective Comics" #27.
DC Comics has released an early look at Brian Buccellato and Patrick Zircher's "Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion" #1. The Flash's greatest foes decide to take down the Crime Syndicate on October 16.
As Villains Month rolls on, DC Comics has released a preview of "The Flash: The Rogues" #23.3. Brian Buccellato and Patrick Zircher's one-shot starring the Scarlet Speedster's main nemeses hits stores Sept. 18.
Long-running "The Flash" creative team Brian Buccellato and Francis Manapul have announced their departure from the DC Comics series, following November's issue #25.
"The Flash" co-writer Brian Buccellato speaks with CBR News about his Villains Month one-shots and "Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion," which explores the blue-collar bad guys' place in the DC Comics event.
DC Comics has released previews of this week's "Justice League" #23, the final chapter of "Trinity War," and "The Flash" #23, the latest in the Reverse-Flash story arc.
"The Flash" co-writer Brian Buccellato told CBR News exactly why gets a rush out of writing Barry Allen's enemies -- Grodd, Reverse-Flash and the Rogues -- in three one-shots for DC Comics' Villains Month.