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A half-dozen DC Comics titles will wrap in August: "All-Star Western," "Phantom Stranger," "Pandora," "Superboy," "Birds of Prey" and "Batwing."
Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray & Staz Johnson celebrate 100 issues of working on Jonah Hex with "All-Star Western" #28, "one of the very best comics DC has to offer."
"All-Star Western" writer Jimmy Palmiotti discusses Superman's recent appearance, Jonah coming face-to-face with his dead, stuffed body and more.
In “Batwing” and “All-Star Western,” Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray head to "Zero Year" to see Luke Fox’s early days, send Jonah Hex to the modern West while pulling in new villains.
At Baltimore Comic-Con, DC Comics marked the second anniversary of The New 52 launch with a panel featuring Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, David Finch, Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, Robert Venditti and more.
"Batman" family writers James Tynion, John Layman and Jimmy Palmiotti hit HeroesCon with a look at Batman's past and the future of the New 52.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "All-Star Western" #21, featuring a battle between Jonah Hex and Batwing in the series by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray with art by Moritat.
DC has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the cover for "All-Star Western" #20, which features Jonah Hex and Booster Gold in a standoff in the old west. The issue hits May 22.
DC has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the full gatefold cover for "All-Star Western" #19, which features a first look at Booster Gold in the old west.
It was Spoiler Sunday for the DC All Access panel at WonderCon, and the creators behind "Superman," "Nightwing," "Astro City" and more were on hand to dish about their favorite DC Comics titles.
"All-Star Western" writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti spoke with CBR about their Jekyll & Hyde Black Diamond arc and the necessity of tackling the unsavory parts of American history.
DC Comics drew attention today to a set of images from their recent #0 issues that will have future significance in the DCU, and CBR is unpacking everything from Catwoman's other life to Superman's return to Krypton to the "Trinity War."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Moritat's "All-Star Western" #9. Jonah Hex rides into the Night of the Owls May 23.
Co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray delve into the Court of Owls in 1880s Gotham with Jonah Hex and Amadeus Arkham riding shotgun as "Night of the Owls" comes to "All-Star Western."
"All-Star Western" artist Moritat spoke with CBR News about drawing Jonah Hex, working on "Elephantmen" and "The Spirit," escapism, and why he sometimes wants to kill his colorist.
CBR TV spoke with Jimmy Palmiotti about his work on "All-Star Western" with Justin Grey and Moritat, his upcoming "Captain Brooklyn" project with Frank Tieri and Amanda Conner and more.
At the DC Comics All Access: The Edge/The Dark panel at New York Comic Con the creative teams behind DC Dark and Edge took the stage to talk about upcoming issues.
Co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray spoke with CBR News about the transition from "Jonah Hex" to "All-Star Western" and their plans to expand the history of Gotham City.
A panel of seasoned pros involved in DC Comics' New 52 initiative spoke with fans in Baltimore about what to expect - and not to expect - from the fast-approaching relaunches, from Batman to Jonah Hex and more.
DC Comics continues to hint at its October slate, focusing on its Edge line of books including "Stormwatch," "O.M.A.C.," "Blackhawks" and "All-Star Western."
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Jimmy Palmiotti about the writer's upcoming "Trailblazer" one-shot from Image Comics, his and Justin Gray's run on "Jonah Hex," the DC Comics Relaunch and more.
CBR News connected with Justin Gray and Mike Costa for a candid conversation where the two men shared their thoughts on everything from DC Comics' relaunch as a whole to which titles they consider must-buys
Co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray shared their thoughts on DC Comics' "All-Star Western," hinting at what readers could expect while thanking the fans that have feverishly read "Jonah Hex" over the years.
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