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The married creators discuss bringing fan-favorite DC Comics character Donna Troy back to comics with one major change: she's now a villain.
In the second issue of their "Wonder Woman" run, the creative team of Meredith and David Finch have introduced a pre-New 52 character to their storyline.
Meredith & David Finch's debut issue of "Wonder Woman" falls short in an uneven and underwhelming start to the creative team's run.
DC has released a first look at "Wonder Woman" #36, the debut of new creative team David and Meredith Finch. The issue hits stores Nov. 19.
CBR has the first look at colored pages from David Finch's "Wonder Woman" debut, plus a peek inside the first issue from the new "Supergirl" team.
Babs Tarr, Amanda Conner, and David Finch discussed their ongoing series while discussing breaking into the industry and their creative processes.
DC Comics' Champions of Justice panel brought together some of its biggest creators to discuss "Justice League," "Wonder Woman" and beyond.
Before a signing in LA, writer and DC chief creative officer Geoff Johns discussed the first line-wide event of the New 52 era, "Forever Evil."
Writers and artists from Dan Jurgens to Greg Capullo discuss DC Comics' upcoming "Futures End" issues and events at Baltimore Comic-Con.
David Finch discusses Wonder Woman's New 52 look, Gal Gadot's costume, and how recent controversies affect his approach to illustrating the iconic character.
Jeff Lemire, Brian Azzarello, Greg Pak and David Finch talk the latest in "Justice League United," "Wonder Woman" and more at Fan Expo in Toronto.
DC's VP of Talent Relations Larry Ganem assembled John Romita Jr., Patrick Gleason and David Finch to discuss the creative process, new assignments and more.
Co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio tell CBR TV about the changes coming to DC, their reaction to new teams on "Batgirl," "Wonder Woman" and more.
The Finches discuss their ongoing discoveries about Wonder Woman, and David's approach to interpreting Meredith's vision of who the character is.
Geoff Johns, David Finch, Charles Soule and more team up for a wide ranging discussion of the DCU with reborn Wonder Woman villains, fun in "Justice League" and more.
A special press event for DC Collectibles teased upcoming products for the New 52, "Batman: The Animated Series," "Arrow" and more.
The Justice League and Swamp Thing guest star in the first penciled pages from Meredith and David Finch's take on DC Comics' "Wonder Woman."
As Meredith and David Finch prepare for their tenure on “Wonder Woman,” ROBOT 6 considers what lessons they can draw from past creative teams.
Following a controversial comment stating he did not want to call Wonder Woman a feminist, David Finch took to Twitter to clarify his stance.
Incoming husband-and-wife creative team Meredith & David Finch discuss Diana's big changes and how the solo series fits into the New 52.
DC Comics' ongoing "Wonder Woman" series gets a new creative team this fall: Writer Meredith Finch and her husband, artist David Finch.
CBR takes a spoiler-filled look at the multiple major ramifications this week's "Forever Evil" finale has on the landscape of the DC Universe.
Originally solicited for release in March, Geoff Johns and David Finch's "Forever Evil" finale is out this week from DC Comics, and here's a preview.
Ethan Van Sciver and Gary Frank help bring DC Comics' event "Forever Evil" to a close in May with three new variant covers, and CBR has the reveal.
With the identity of the Crime Syndicate's prisoner revealed in "Forever Evil" #6, CBR explores the history behind the mystery character.
DC has released a preview of Geoff Johns and David Finch's "Forever Evil" #6, teased as revealing 'the final fate of Nightwing!'
Superstar artist David Finch discusses "Forever Evil," the blockbuster event written by Geoff Johns, and his love for Batman and the Crime Syndicate.
Batman deals with the guilt of Nightwing’s identity being revealed in the latest chapter of the DC Comics event by Geoff Johns & David Finch.
With three issues down and four to go, Geoff Johns talks "Forever Evil" with CBR News, and what it's like getting in Lex Luthor's head.
Geoff Johns and David Finch continue "Forever Evil" with "a sinisterly enjoyable entry in an already well-constructed event."
David Finch, Brian Buccellato, Joe Prado, and Ray Fawkes spoke with fans about "Forever Evil" and its tie-in series, writing and drawing evil characters, and working with Geoff Johns.
Geoff Johns and David Finch continue their "Forever Evil" saga with the second issue, as the creative team expands the role of the Crime Syndicate and set up Lex Luthor for a greater role.
One day before "Forever Evil" #2 hits stores, writer and DC Entertainment chief creative officer discusses the miniseries' latest developments and what Captain Cold likes to do on his day off.
DC Comics has released a first look at "Forever Evil" #2 by writer Geoff Johns and artist David Finch. The Crime Syndicate continues their hostile takeover October 2.
Geoff Johns and David Finch usher in DC's newest line-wide event with "Forever Evil" #1, which contains some "truly impressive story work," despite some confusion as to the timeline of events.
At Baltimore Comic-Con, DC Comics marked the second anniversary of The New 52 launch with a panel featuring Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, David Finch, Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, Robert Venditti and more.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant dives into DC Comics' latest event series, "Forever Evil," calling the first issue "a somber mix of the depressingly familiar, with a few flashes of innovation hinting at future improvement."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an advance look at some of David Finch's pencils from "Forever Evil" #2, written by Geoff Johns. Can the Teen Titans stop the villains? Find out Oct. 2!
With "Trinity War" wrapped and "Forever Evil" just beginning, DC Comics senior editor Brian Cunningham details the role of the Crime Syndicate, and how the story will impact the rest of the DC Universe after it ends.
Ivan Reis and Joe Prado's "Forever Evil" #1 variant covers featuring the Crime Syndicate have hit online, with images of Earth-3's Owlman, Superwoman and Ultraman.