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Batman creators from Denny O'Neil to Michael Uslan joined biographer Marc Tyler Nobleman and the family of Bill Finger to celebrate the legendary writer.
Though long credited to Bob Kane, the Comic Art Conference investigated Bill Finger's contributions to the Caped Crusader's origin in San Diego.
Denny O'Neil, Chuck Dixon and Kelley Jones revisited the '80s and '90s, sharing insight into and stories from their time with the Dark Knight.
The 1970s put the Dark back into the Dark Knight, and Mark Evanier, Neal Adams, Denny O'Neil and more gathered in San Diego to look at the pivotal decade.
Batman turns 75, and party guests include Neal Adams, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Denny O'Neil, and Scott Snyder.
Indiana Comic Con sold out on Saturday! It was a chilly February for direct market sales! Kevin Eastman draws "Scratch9" variant! Denny O'Neil and Roger Stern!
Milestone co-founder Denys Cowan joined CBR TV for a lengthy discussion of his career, Milestone's mission and the ongoing struggle to create diverse characters.
Does DC own a trademark on Superman's logo font? What strange way did Denny O'Neil react to the credit card scene in "Batman and Robin?"
Tim returns to AFTER THEY WERE FAMOUS with a look at a Green Lantern story in which the hard-travelling heroes face their greatest challenge: terrible comics.
ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca dives into the longboxes again to declare 1985's Daredevil #220 by David Mazzucchelli, Christie Scheele, Denny O’Neil and Frank Miller the greatest comic of all time.
Artist Denys Cowan discusses "Dominique Laveau: Voodoo Child," returning to comics from animation, working with writer Selwyn Sefu Hinds on the ongoing Vertigo title and his friend Dwayne McDuffie's legacy.
Michael Uslan, Paul Levitz, Denny O'Neill, N.C. Christopher Couch and Danny Fingeroth looked back at the shared origins and legacy of two of comics' most iconic characters.
Legendary writer and editor Denny O'Neil spoke with CBR about his DC Retroactive books the changes in comics he's witnessed over five decades, the creation of Ra's al Ghul and more
Artist J. Bone teams with former "Wonder Woman" writer Denny O'Neil to craft a throwback tale for DC Comics' "DC Retroactive: Wonder Woman - The '70s"
We spoke with editor Ben Abernathy about this summer's nostalgic look back at DC Comics' past with an exclusive look at the events "Green Lantern," "Superman" & "Justice League one-shots
Following the announcement of Tom Hardy signing to portray the complex villain Bane in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises," CBR News takes a look at the origins and life of the man that broke the Bat.
The legendary Bat-team of Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams took the Comic-Con stage to discuss their 70s Batman revamp joined by moderator Mark Evanier and former "Batman" and "Detective" editor Paul Levitz.
James Robinson, Gail Simone, J. Michael Straczynski, Denny O'Neil and Paul Levitz gathered for their Comic-Con International panel to talk about their experiences and answer questions about writing for DC Comics.
Comic-Con International special guest Dennis O'Neil took to the stage during a spotlight panel moderated by Wildstorm editor Scott Peterson focusing on the legendary talent's long lived career .
Chad Nevett gave "The Spirit" #1, from the creative teams of Mark Schulz & Moritat and Denny O'Neill & Bill Sienkiewicz 4 stars, saying that the writers "provide Moritat and Sienkiewicz interesting and dynamic stories to draw."
The classic 1978 Denny O'Neil/Neal Adams comic that sees the Man of Steel team up with the Greatest emerges from rights limbo for two new editions in 2010 including a treasury-sized hardcover
Comic book luminaries from the past 40-plus years of comics gathered at the Brooklyn Book Festival in New York last week to discuss the state of the industry, the craft of making comics and more.
Living legend Dennis O'Neil writes a two-issue story in December's “Detective Comics” #851 and “Batman“ #684, and talks to CBR about the project, what he's been up to, and his review of "The Dark Knight."