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Writers Keith Giffen & Dan Jurgens tell CBR about finishing the first quarter of the story they're telling in DC Comics' "Futures End" weekly series.
In the latest issue of DC Comics' weekly "New 52: Futures End" #8 with art by Scot Eaton & Drew Geraci, Grifter visits the very deadly Cadmus Island.
"Wonder Woman" artist Cliff Chiang stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss the critically acclaimed take on the Amazon.
The first issue of DC Comics' "Futures End" weekly series is "an enjoyable debut that's helped along by a strong artist."
Check out a preview of DC Comics' time traveling "Futures End" #1 featuring Terry McGinnis as the Batman of 5 years from now, on sale May 7!
Brian Azzarello & Dan Jurgens, half the writing team of DC's new weekly series, talk the challenges of telling a story that drags the DCU forward in time.
DC's New 52 continues to stun readers with "Futures End." The apocalyptic tale may just shatter the DC Universe when it begins on Free Comic Book Day.
DC Comics opened up C2E2 with a guided tour of the New 52 featuring Scott Snyder, Brian Azzarello, Charles Soule and more as they tease the arcs of DC's three weekly series and a brand-new Steel.
Diana takes command of a deadly army in DC Comics' "Wonder Woman" #30 by Brian Azzarello and guest artist Goran Sudzuka, on sale April 16.
"Batman Beyond 2.0" writer Kyle Higgins and "Futures End" writer Brian Azzarello confirm Terry McGinnis' imminent arrival in New 52 continuity.
CBR spoke exclusively with Brian Azzarello, Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens and Jeff Lemire in their first roundtable interview on "The New 52: Futures End."
DC Comics jumps ahead five years in May with the weekly "The New 52: Futures End." The title debuts with a Zero issue on Free Comic Book Day.
Brian Azzarello and ACO put the spotlight on the First Born in "Wonder Woman" #23.2, in "one of the real winners of Villains Month" that "clicks in with the rest of the series perfectly."
Tim reconsiders "Spaceman," the mostly-ignored sci-fi miniseries from the "100 Bullets" team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, and finds a comic that is not at all what it first seems to be.
Brian Azzarello discusses the breakout supervillain from his and Cliff Chiang's "Wonder Woman," Diana's eldest brother First Born, and what's to come following the shocking events of the most recent issue.
Greg McElhatton gives "Wonder Woman" #23 by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang 4 stars, saying, "the series as a whole has walked to the beat of its own drum, and this is no exception."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Wonder Woman" #23 by Brian Azzarello & Cliff Chiang. While Wonder Woman battles the bloodthirsty First Born, War lets loose his secret army August 21.
Doug Zawisza gives Brian Azzarello & Cliff Chiang's "Wonder Woman" #22 4 stars, saying the creative team continues to add "depth and dimension to the characters surrounding and opposing Wonder Woman."
"Wonder Woman" and "Brother Lono" writer Brian Azzarello spoke with CBR about revisiting the popular "100 Bullets" character and the clash of New and Greek gods in DC Comics' New 52.
Vertigo has released a preview of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's "100 Bullets: Brother Lono" #1, which takes place four years after the acclaimed series finale. The most savage Minuteman of all returns June 19.
DC Comics has released a first look at Eduardo Risso's variant cover for "100 Bullets: Brother Lono" #1 -- the first piece of art marking the artist's long-awaited return to the "100 Bullets" series.
Comparing "Brother Lono" to "Laverne & Shirley," Eisner Award winner Brian Azzarello wants everyone to know that his and Eduardo Risso's new Vertigo series is a spinoff not a sequel.
Charles Soule, Peter Tomasi, Sterling Gates and more writers and artists join top editors Bob Harras and Bobbie Chase at C2E2 to discuss the latest developments in DC Comics' New 52.
A Chicago mash-up of DC Comics and Vertigo talent collide at DC's All Access panel featuring Brian Azzarello, Kyle Higgins, Art N Frano and more discuss their series and the future of DC in Chicago.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Wonder Woman" #19 by Brian Azzarello, Goran Sudzuka and Tony Akins. Wonder Woman discovers the one way to stop Orion April 17.
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang continue to explore Diana's family tree in this exclusive preview of "Wonder Woman" #18, featuring art by Goran Sudzuka and Tony Akins. The issue goes on sale March 20.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Ivan Reis and Joe Prado's variant cover for "Before Watchmen: Rorschach" #4 by Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo. The concluding issue hits February 13.
With Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger departing her position and the cancellation of "Hellblazer," CBR looks at the history of the acclaimed DC Comics' imprint and presents our picks for its top ten series.
Disney calls $5.5 billion lawsuit over Marvel characters "completely frivolous"! Final print edition of "The Dandy" sells out! Jonathan Hickman talks "Avengers"! Brian Azzarello talks "Before Watchmen: Comedian"! Plus much more!
Artist Cliff Chiang spoke with CBR about his and Brian Azzarello's first year on "Wonder Woman," the thought process behind his Greek pantheon designs and his take on the Fourth World's Orion.
Original "Calvin and Hobbes" art fetches $203,150 at auction! Best-of-the-year lists from The New York Times and The Washington Post! Brian Azzarello talks "Wonder Woman"! Howard Cruse on "The Other Side of Howard Cruse"! Plus more!
Writer Brian Azzarello spoke with CBR about creating the "Watchmen" prequels, the inclusion of the New Gods in "Wonder Woman" and the challenge of developing stories as a fan.
Greg McElhatton gives Brian Azzarello and Tony Akins' "Wonder Woman" #13 4 stars, calling the issue "a great example of how well a reboot of a company's line of comics can work with the right creators."
Brian Azzarello, Lee Bermejo, Amanda Conner, and Bill Sienkiewicz took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their "Before Watchmen" series, with especially candid commentary from the "Comedian" writer.
At the "From Concept To Page" panel at NYCC, DC Comics revealed creative secrets, from the pitch, to character designs, page layouts and more with over 40 images from Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's Wonder Woman revamp.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at artist Brian Stelfreeze's variant cover for "Before Watchmen: Comedian" #4. The issue, by Brian Azzarello and J.G. Jones, hits stores October 31.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Wonder Woman" #0 4 stars, calling the throwback issue by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang "one of the New 52's strongest assets yet to lure in new readers and demonstrate the strength of comics."
DC Comics hosted a lively discussion about "Before Watchmen" at Fan Expo, where they announced a new title and a new inker for "Nite Owl."
Brian Azzarello lead a panel at Fan Expo with a focus on crime fiction that progressed into topics including his take on Rorschach, the passing of Joe Kubert, and future writing plans.
"Wonder Woman" writer Brian Azzarello discusses his first year writing DC Comics' Amazon princess, the decision to avoid crossing over with other New 52 titles, the debut of a New God and declaring Diana's age.