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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."
Greg McElhatton gives "Wonder Woman" #4 4.5 stars, saying Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's modern take on the classic character "just gets better and better every month."
CBR News spoke with "Wonder Woman" writer Brian Azzarello and artist Cliff Chiang about the upcoming fourth issue of DC Comics' series, Greek Gods and Diana's divine origin.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Wonder Woman" #4 from the critically acclaimed team of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang. The Amazon princess' adventures continue December 21.
Doug Zawisza gives "Wonder Woman" #3 4.5 stars saying Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang are crafting "a powerful tale, tinged with horror and filled with adventure."
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang discuss the recent revelations about Wonder Woman's parentage, what adding Zeus and the Greek pantheon to the Amazon's family tree brings to the character and more.
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's "Wonder Woman" #2 garners 4.5 stars from CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton who says the creators "have made 'Wonder Woman' must-read material."
"Wonder Woman" #1 becomes the third New 52 title to garner a 5-star review from CBR with Kelly Thompson calling Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's new take on the Amazon "a must read for any fan."
Brian Azzarello discusses about his and Cliff Chiang's horror-based take on DC Comics' most famous female hero, his plans for Wonder Woman's supporting cast, the status of the George Perez origin and much more.
At the Midnight Madness release in NYC for DC Comics' first New 52 title, "Justice League," Jim Lee and Geoff Johns led a party that included Scott Snyder, Cliff Chiang, Dan Didio, Amy Reeder and a ton of fans.
In a CBR exclusive interview, writer Brian Azzarello and artist Cliff Chiang talk about their goals for "Wonder Woman" and the challenge of redefining such an iconic character. UPDATED with exclusive art.
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.
DC Comics will hold a New 52 panel each day of Comic-Con, and the first was a spirited discussion of fans' concerns and hopes for the relaunch, as Co-Publisher Dan Didio, Paul Cornell, Cliff Chiang, and more faced their audience.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawiaza gave Paul DIni and Cliff Chiang's "Zatanna" #8 a 5 star review saying that as much as he's been a big fan and supporter of the series thus far, "with this issue, the bar has been raised."
Veteran television writer Eric Wallace ("Eureka") is telling a story featuring the Marvel Family - Freddy Freeman, Billy Batson and Mary Marvel - in January's "Shazam" one-shot and his ongoing "Titans" series.
Tim ditches the Scott Snyder conversation for a week to attend the Baltimore Comic Con, where he finds Paul Pope, Cliff Chiang, Jeff Parker, and learns about the intersection between art and memory.
The creative forces between DC Comics' Vertigo imprint took to the CCI stage to discuss the company's various titles and what's to come in popular titles such as "Daytripper," "Unknown Soldier," "Fables" and more.
This week, Tim reads "Neil Young's Greendale," by Josh Dysart, Cliff Chiang and Dave Stewart and explains why it just might have a lot in common with a certain blockbuster movie you have probably heard about...
Doug Zawisza reviewed Joshua Dysart and Cliff Chiang's Vertigo Comics adaptation of Neil Young's "Greendale" album and gave the graphic novel 5 stars saying, "This book is a perfect blend of concept, story, and art."
Joshua Dysart spoke with CBR about teaming with legendary musician Neil Young and artist Cliff Chiang to adapt the songwriter's 2003 concept album into the all-new graphic novel hitting comic store shelves today.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Detective Comics" #864 by David Hine & Jeremy Haun and Greg Rucka & Cully Hamner with a cover by Cliff Chiang, on sale next week.
Karen Berger laid out the next few months of plans for DC's literary imprint with a panel including Bill Willingham, Peter Straub and Cliff Chiang, who shared the story of his career-steering email from Neil Young.