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Image Expo continues, with Brandon Graham, Emma Ríos and more discussing "construction" of their creator-owned worlds.
After a delay, Cullen Bunn & Brian Churilla's "Hellbreak" is slated to debut in March, and here's the first look at Cliff Chiang's variant to #1.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at upcoming variant covers including "Superman" #37 by Ethan Van Sciver & more.
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang discuss highlights from their run, including the boldness of Orion, the ferocity of First Born and the Azz-inspired Ares.
Courtesy of DC Comics, here's the first look at a trio of variant covers illustrated by Cliff Chiang, Matteo Scalera and Ben Oliver.
Writers and artists from Dan Jurgens to Greg Capullo discuss DC Comics' upcoming "Futures End" issues and events at Baltimore Comic-Con.
"Wonder Woman" artist Cliff Chiang stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss the critically acclaimed take on the Amazon.
Robert Venditti, Francis Manapul, Cliff Chiang & Bernard Chang gathered at WonderCon 2014 to discuss the biggest upcoming developments to the publisher's New 52 line.
The writers and artists behind “Captain Marvel,” “Wonder Woman,” “Batgirl,” “Buffy” and “Lady Sabre” discuss creating strong heroines and feminism in comics.
A pair of "Deadly Class" covers, "The Unwritten: Apocalypse," "Wonder Woman" and the retro "Batman '66" are our latest CotW candidates!
This week, we praise a nun with guns, a bearded Hulk, simian superheroes, a giant Strife and a smelly knight!
Cliff Chiang gives a new take on the World's Finest in an exclusive "Batman/Superman" #6 variant.
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.
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."
DC Comics has revealed a closer look at its Vertigo imprint's upcoming publishing slate with seven upcoming titles with full synopses and creative teams, including "Hinterkind," "Dead Boy Detectives" & more.
This week features the unexpected return of "100 Bullets'" Lono, Batwoman versus Killer Croc, a tear-streaked "Revival," the vortex of the First Born and a stealthy Red Skull.
"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.
This week, Snow White readies for war, Wonder Woman gets a show of hands, Gotham gets bloody, Judge Dredd rockets into action and Conan gets naked.
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.
This week, Reptil goes all "Lord of the Flies," Alana gets lost in a book, Wonder Woman gets personal with Orion, Moloch gets mystical and Tom Taylor goes to Hades.
DC holds "Spirit Archives" rights for “the foreseeable future”! Jamie Hewlett talks Tank Girl! Cliff Chiang on reintroducing Orion in "Wonder Woman"! Plus interviews with Alison Bechdel, James Sturm, Zoom Rockman and more!
This week, Batwoman and Wonder Woman draw on Pegasus, Sirocca creeps up on Diana, the Shadow knows (how to ride a motorcycle), Captain America stands tall and Daredevil swings past guns, and ammo and … bodies?
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.
This week, Mothman takes a nap, Clint and Kate take aim, Metal Man takes to the water, Wonder Woman takes a walk and The Coyote takes a head.
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.
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."
CBLDF asks school district to reconsider "SideScrollers" decision! iVerse to sell foreign-language translations of Marvel and Archie digital comics worldwide! Interviews with Kate Beaton, Cliff Chiang, Julia Wertz and more!
"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.
As the current incarnation of "Wonder Woman" finishes it's first year, Greg McElhatton gives issue #12 4.5 stars, calling Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's take on the Amazonian princess "a must-read."
In the midst of Comic-Con madness, DC Comics has unveiled variant covers for Before Watchmen by Jim Steranko, Steve Rude, Paul Pope, Tim Bradstreet, Jim Lee, Cliff Chiang and David Finch.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Wonder Woman" #10. The issue, by Brian Azzarello, Kano and Tony Akins with Cliff Chiang on cover art, goes on sale June 20.
This week, Wonder Woman comes out with guns blazing, Cliff and Jenny keep the home fires burning, D.B. Cooper takes flight, "Rachel Rising" gives up the green and Prophet goes all "Prometheus."
Greg McElhatton gives "Wonder Woman" #8 4 stars saying the series by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang is "still one of the most interesting books in DC's New 52."
This week, John Carter returns to Barsoom, Princess Diana turns blacksmith, Aunt Kizzie goes back to her roots, Cliff Secord takes to the skies and Antlered-Zombie-Deer-Man...gives you the willies.
Chad Nevett gives "Wonder Woman" #6 4 stars calling Brian Azzarello and Tony Akins' take on the character "still one of the best titles of the New 52."
Kelly Thompson gives "Wonder Woman" #5 4 stars, calling Brian Azzarello and gust-artist Tony Akins' story "the perfect example of a smart fill-in issue" for a "truly wonderful and well-considered book."