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"Lights Out" changes "Green Lantern" forever, and writer Robert Venditti tells CBR News about the Corps' future and John Stewart's "Zero Year" tie-in.
On the final day of New York Comic Con, Robert Venditti, Charles Soule, Justin Jordan, Van Jensen and Bernard Chang discussed "Lights Out" and all the latest in DC Comics' Green Lantern franchise.
As "Lights Out" draws near, DC Comics debuts a new preview of the event, showcasing Bernard Chang's art from "Green Lantern Corps" #24. The issue, co-written by Van Jensen and Robert Venditti, hits stores Oct. 9
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lantern Corps" #22 by Van Jensen, Robert Venditti & Bernard Chang. John Stewart is forced to make a choice about the new Corps while a dire threat looms July 10.
Incoming writer Van Jensen shares his plans for testing John Stewart's life as a GL in "Green Lantern Corps," explaining exactly how he'll change Oa, Fatality and more.
"Demon Knights" writer Robert Venditti talks about sending the team on a quest for the Holy Grail and the challenge of putting his own stamp on the characters, plus weighs in on "Green Lantern."
New writers of "Green Lantern," "Green Lantern Corps" and "Red Lanterns," Robert Venditti and Joshua Hale Fialkov discussed the enormous task ahead of them with CBR, excitedly hinting at what's to come for the Corps.
The post-Geoff Johns era of "Green Lantern" comics will come from a variety of creators as writer Robert Venditti takes the core book with Joshua Fialkov, Justin Jordan and Keith Giffen working with the Corps.
"X-O Manowar" writer Robert Venditti takes the reins of DC's "Demon Knights" in January, explaining to CBR why he's excited to help shape the New 52 by establishing its foundation 1,000 years ago.
"X-O Manowar" writer Robert Venditti will replace Paul Cornell as ongoing writer of DC Comics' "Demon Knights," and joins artist Bernard Chang beginning with issue #16 in January.
"Demon Knights" writer Paul Cornell discussed the series' upcoming arc which sends the Arthurian-era super team them to Hell to match wits against Lucifer himself, the Horsewoman's connection to the Red and more.
Doug Zawisza gives "DC Universe Presents" #9 by James Robinson and Bernard Chang 4.5 stars saying, "Robinson has personally redeemed the title and cultivated my interest in Vandal Savage."
Wrapping our week-long Q&A with DC Comics' New 52 creators, CBR TV asks for their favorite newly-created villains and why their bad guys have what it takes to stick it to their respective arch-heroes.
CBR TV asked DC Comics' New 52 creators how they plan to raise the visibility of the lesser-known characters in their respective titles, especially when taking into account new readers DC is attempting to appeal to.
CBR TV finds out what awaits readers of DC Comics' New 52 in issues #2 and bayond, from new "Hawk & Dove" bad guys to more action in "Blackhawks" and a previously unrevealed eight member in "Teen Titans" #3.
From "Red Hood & the Outlaws'" Scott Lobdell to "O.M.A.C.'s" Dan DiDio and more, CBR TV asked DC Comics' New 52 creators how they made their titles enjoyable and accessible to new and current readers.
DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio was joined by fellow New 52 creators Scott Lobdell, Joshua Hale Fialkov and others in the CBR TV studios to share their favorite New 52 launch titles.
PRESS RELEASE: THE FLASH co-writer Brian Buccellato joins CBR/Golen Apple's DC New 52 Wrap Party this Friday
Greg McElhatton gives "DC Universe Presents" #1 4 stars, saying the Deadman-starring title by Paul Jenkins and Bernard Chang contains "one of the better [cliffhangers] from the DC re-launch to date."
Writer Paul Jenkins spoke with CBR News about his Deadman story for "DC Universe Presents," exploring the concept of existentialism in the DCU and his and artist Bernard Chang's take on Boston Brand.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at the covers and solicitation copy for "Wonder Woman " and "DC Universe Presents" #3.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR News presents an exclusive first look at Mahmud Asrar's cover to "Supergirl" #64, the final part of James Peaty and Bernard Chang's "Good-Looking Corpse" arc.
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.
DC Comics has announced that Nick Spencer and Bernard Chang will become the creative team on "Supergirl" with January’s Issue 60, replacing Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle. ROBOT 6 has details.