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As Rebirth retires DC Comics' New 52, CBR remembers a dozen great things to come out of 2011's line-wide relaunch.
With "The Hobbit" ruling theaters across the globe and fans buzzing about "Game of Thrones," CBR looks at the greatest fantasy comic books.
DC's August solicitations herald the end of New 52 launch titles "Legion of Super Heroes" and "Demon Knights" along with second wave book "Dial H" and the recently-debuted "Threshold."
"Demon Knights" writer Robert Venditti talks about sending the team on a quest for the Holy Grail and the challenge of putting his own stamp on the characters, plus weighs in on "Green Lantern."
"X-O Manowar" writer Robert Venditti takes the reins of DC's "Demon Knights" in January, explaining to CBR why he's excited to help shape the New 52 by establishing its foundation 1,000 years ago.
"X-O Manowar" writer Robert Venditti will replace Paul Cornell as ongoing writer of DC Comics' "Demon Knights," and joins artist Bernard Chang beginning with issue #16 in January.
From "Batman" to "Team 7" and from "Grifter" to "Suicide Squad," the final splashes for next week's #0 issue's of DC Comics New 52 books have hit, and CBR has a full round up of covers.
"Demon Knights" writer Paul Cornell discussed the series' upcoming arc which sends the Arthurian-era super team them to Hell to match wits against Lucifer himself, the Horsewoman's connection to the Red and more.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Paul Cornell and Diogenes Neves' "Demon Knights" #10, guest starring King Arthur! The issue goes on sale June 13.
Writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR News at Kapow Comic Convention about DC Comics' New 52 has allowed non-super hero titles the chance to find success in the marketplace, writing dark subject matter and more.
Series writer Paul Cornell shares his views on Etrigan the demon as a leader, the effect of Camelot's fall on the book and teases what's in store for the Knights in the second arc.
CBR spoke with writer Paul Cornell about his new UFO-centric Vertigo series "Saucer Country." He describes the series as "West Wing" does "X-Files" and revealed info on the characters. Updated with art.
At the DC Comics All Access: The Edge/The Dark panel at New York Comic Con the creative teams behind DC Dark and Edge took the stage to talk about upcoming issues.
One issue in to his DC Comics New 52 series "Demon Knights," Paul Cornell has already sewn the seeds for an epic battle, a wicked queen, a twisted romance and more epic fantasy turns for the Demon, Madame Xanadu, Shining Knight and company.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the November-shipping third issue covers for "Swamp Thing," "Demon Knights" and "Deathstroke.
Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about being the final writer on "Action Comics" original run, creating new DC Comics characters in "Demon Knights," Apollo and Midnighter's relationship in "Stormwatch" and much more.
DC Comics continues to shed light on October-releasing issues, focusing on The Dark line of books including "Animal Man," "Swamp Thing" and a new James Robinson-scripted Shade series.
From "Swamp Thing" and "Frankenstein" to "Demon Knights" and "I, Vampire," DC's new line resurrects a wave of classic monster concepts and CBR speaks with the writers behind them.
Etrigan rises again in "Demon Knights," a new ongoing series by Paul Cornell and Diogenes Neves, part of DC Comics’ September relaunch. CBR News spoke with Cornell about the Medieval DCU series.
Five new DC Comics series focus on the darker side of the DCU including Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and Peter Milligan's "Justice League Dark." UPDATED: Wildstorm joins the new DCU with "Voodoo," "Resurrection Man."