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Stewart, Fletcher and Tarr's "Batgirl" #39 "brings the acting and expression of the characters to a level rarely found in a DC Universe comic."
The sequel to Chuck Palahniuk's acclaimed novel arrives in May, but the first six pages of the Cameron Stewart-illustrated series are online now.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr's "attention to detail and ability to tell truly contemporary stories" make "Batgirl" #38 "a winner."
Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart craft "a pretty-near pitch-perfect comic" with "The Multiversity: Thunderworld" #1, focusing on Shazam.
An apology was issued by the "Batgirl" creative team following allegations of transphobia in the most recent issue, "Batgirl" #37.
Batgirl is living it up and partying through the streets of Burnside in DC Comics' "Batgirl" #37 by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr.
Isabel Greenberg announces follow-up to acclaimed GN! Plans for Dan Dare's 65th anniversary! Interviews with Bernard Chang and Cameron Stewart! Plus much more!
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr deliver an incredible issue in "Batgirl" #36, "fulfilling all of the series' promise and more."
Giving the "forgotten" Victorian cartoonist her due! "MAD" editors reflect on working with Don Martin! Interviews with the new "Batgirl" team, Jim Woodring and more!
In an all-encompassing Batman panel, the Bat family's top creators gathered to discuss "Batgirl," "Batman Eternal" & more.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #35 is "a great new beginning for the series," introducing the Batgirl of Burnside.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" debut arrives on October 8, but you can check out this preview today!
The award-winning artist discusses the origins of his "Fight Club" gig, working on "The Multiversity" with Grant Morrison and revamping "Batgirl" for DC.
Artist Babs Tarr and co-writer Brenden Fletcher talk about fan reaction to their "Batgirl" run, its connection to "Gotham Academy" and more.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr share details about "Batgirl," including her detective skills, her fashion sense and an all new rogues gallery.
Novelist Chuck Palahniuk spoke with CBR about the comic book sequel to "Fight Club," why he selected the format and what's changed since the original.
David Mack discusses how he got involved in "Fight Club 2" and his longstanding friendship with series writer and acclaimed novelist Chuck Palahniuk.
"Fight Club" sequel artist Cameron Stewart breaks down the first teaser image and discusses his excitement at working on the long-awaited comic book project.
"Batman Incorporated" alumni Chris Burnham and Cameron Stewart illustrate variant covers for "Multiversity" and "Teen Titans," respectively.
In 2015, Chuck Palahniuk will continue the story of "Fight Club" in a 10-issue Dark Horse Comics maxiseries with art by Cameron Stewart.
As Gail Simone exits "Batgirl," Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr prepare to tell the next chapter in Barbara Gordon's life.
Check out an exclusive look at Cameron Stewart's "Judge Dredd Megazone" #349 cover, his debut work for 2000 AD on sale June 18.
Nightcrawler's back from the dead, but the reaction from friends and family appears to be mixed in this preview of "Amazing X-Men" #6.
Amid a 13-city tour to promote the “Sin Titulo” collection, Cameron Stewart discusses the webcomic’s origins and working on his own creations.
A new profile of Grant Morrison closed with the promise of the third and final volume of Vertigo series "Seaguy" in 2014, but his collaborator Cameron Stewart cautions excited fans "it's still a long way off."
"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola, Dark Horse editor Scott Allie and artists Cameron Stewart and Tyler Crook came to Comic-Con to answer fan questions about the future of the Hellboy Universe.
John Arcudi and Mike Mignola discuss "B.P.R.D. - Hell On Earth: The Return Of The Master," artist Tyler Crooks' stepping into Guy Davis' shoes and Cameron Stewart's upcoming "Hell On Earth: Exorcism" one-shot.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Eisner Award winners Mike Mignola and Cameron Stewart's "B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Exorcism" #1! The series debuts June 27.
Longtime "Hellboy" & "B.P.R.D." editor Scott Allie spoke to CBR about the Bureau tales he co-wrote with Mike Mignola, as well as the series' direction in the second half of 2012.
Chad Nevett gives Grant Morrison's long-awaited "Batman, Inc.: Leviathan Strikes" 4.5 stars, calling the one-shot "the best comic DC has published in the latter half of 2011."
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes" written by Grant Morrison with art by Chris Burnham and Cameron Stewart. The one-shot hits stores December 21 with cover art by Burnham.
As part of its December solicitations, DC Comics officially announced the return of Grant Morrison's "Batman, Incorporated" with a special one-shot comic designed to wrap up the writer's first major story arc.
Steve Niles and Brea and Zane Grant translate the sexy online community into a team of daring adventurers in "Suicide Girls." Featuring art by David Hahn and Cameron Stewart, the series launches in March from IDW.
Tim Callahan gave "Batman and Robin" #16, the final Grant Morrison issue with Cameron Stewart, Chris Burnham and Frazer Irving on art, 4 stars, calling it "part wrap-up, part celebration and part artistic jam session."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #16, Grant Morrison's final issue on the title with Cameron Stewart on art and covers by Frank Quitely and Ethan Van Sciver. The issue hits November 3.
CBR News traveled to Ubisoft's Montreal studio to speak with Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl about their just announced "Assassin's Creed" miniseries, which tells the tale of battle-hardened assassin Nikolai Orelov.
Karl Kerschl and Cameron Stewart have been announced as the creative team for a comic series based on Ubisoft's popular "Assassin's Creed" franchise as part of the company's UbiWorkshop initiative.
In an unexpected move, DC Comics has tapped the "Buffy Season 8" artist for the cowboy-themed fourth issue of Grant Morrison's time-traveling Batman epic, replacing Cameron Stewart who's on to other projects.