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On the Christmas Eve installment of "DC All Access," DC co-publisher Dan DiDio unveiled Frank Miller's cover for "Detective Comics" #27.
"Batman: The Dark Knight" writer Gregg Hurwitz has announced that the series will conclude with issue #29.
Editor Mike Marts explains how Brad Meltzer's origin, Snyder & Murphy's future Robin and Frank Miller all play a role in "Detective Comics" #27.
Artist Sean Murphy has revealed an initial sketch for the first black Robin, debuting in the oversized "Detective Comics" #27. UPDATED with comments from Scott Snyder.
"Gothtopia" creator writer John Layman spoke with CBR News about crafting a shinier, happier Gotham City in the January-launching Bat-book crossover.
DC Comics' January solicitations reveal "Gothtopia," a new Bat-book based story starting in John Layman & Jason Fabok's "Detective Comics" #27 story.
Batman group editor Mike Marts discusses plans for the upcoming "Detective Comics" issue #27 anthology issue, featuring stories from Batman luminaries Frank Miller, Scott Snyder, Paul Dini and more.
Brian Buccellato and Francis Manapul reveal their plans for their "Detective Comics" run, beginning next year, and their film noir inspired take on the World's Greatest Detective.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder headlines the creative team for "Batman: Eternal" – a new weekly DC Comics series debuting in 2014, while joinign Frank Miller and others for "Detective Comics" #27.
Batman's final confrontation with The Wrath is nearly here. Check out an advance preview of "Detective Comics" #24 by John Layman and Jason Fabok courtesy of DC Comics, on sale Oct. 2!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics: Harley Quinn" #23.2 by Matt Kindt & Neil Google. Witness Harleen Quinzel's first tango with the Joker on Sep. 11!
John Layman took a ride in the CBR Golf Cart at Comic-Con International to discuss recent and upcoming developments in "Chew," his approach to "Detective Comics" and more.
Summer means sun, vacation and in the comic book world -- annuals. This week ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco looks at DC's recent annuals for "Animal Man," "Batman," "Superman" and more.
Writers John Layman and Greg Pak reveal their plans to tie "Detective" and "Action Comics" into Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman: Zero Year" in November, turning back the clock for Superman and Commissioner Gordon.
A face from a crime lord's past comes back to haunt him while the flying beast of Gotham City is unleashed in Frank Tieri's Villains Month stories starring Batman rogues Penguin and Man-Bat.
"Detective Comics" #23.1 writer Derek Fridolfs discusses shifting the title's focus to Poison Ivy for DC Comics' Villains Month , explaining how the femme fatale more than holds her own in her origin tale.
"Batman" family writers James Tynion, John Layman and Jimmy Palmiotti hit HeroesCon with a look at Batman's past and the future of the New 52.
John Layman ans Scot Eaton present a Harper Row guest-shot in "Detective Comics" #21 as the budding vigilante joins Batman on a case with ties to the Dark Knight's past. CBR has a preview of the June 6 issue.
With the finale of his "Emperor Penguin" arc, writer John Layman sets his sights on long term goals for "Detective Comics" including more Man Bat, more Gotham cops and the return of classic villain Wrath.
DC Comics' Superman/Batman 101 panel at C2E2 finds John Layman, James Tynion IV, Chris Burnham and more giving a crash course on the World's Finest heroes. CBR has LIVE updates throughout the hour.
CSBG asked its readers to vote for their favorite stories written by superstar writer Scott Snyder, and today they reveal the results!
Do you think DC Comics should have renumbered "Detective Comics" to #900 with this week's milestone issue?
Greg McElhatton gives "Detective Comics" #19 4 stars, calling the 900th consecutive issue of DC's flagship series by John Layman, James Tynion and a giant art team "a nice way to turn 900."
French cartoonist Fred passes away. John Layman on "Chew" and writing 900th issue of "Detective Comics"! PictureBox announces new manga titles! Lucy Knisley, on "Relish" and her love of comics! Plus more!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of tomorrow's "Detective Comics" #19, the series' 900th issues by John Layman, Jason Fabok, Andy Clarke, Mikel Janin & more.
The writer of "Chew" and "Detective Comics" recounts tales from his entire comics career as John Layman openly chews the fat with fans at WonderCon Anaheim.
Bob Harras and Bobbie Chase join CBR for a new installment of "B&B" where the two DC execs discuss the new "Green Lantern" creative teams, the recent death of Damian Wayne and more.
Writer John Layman and artist Jason Fabok talk to CBR about their sidestepping take on "Death of the Family" and their Penguin-paced plot which builds toward the landmark "Detective" #900.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #17 by John Layman and Jason Fabok. Batman hunts down The Joker-worshipping League of Smiles February 6.
ComiXology signs digital-distribution deal with French publisher Delcourt! A copy of "Detective Comics" #27 hits auction block! "The Oatmeal" creator Matthew Inman profiled! A look at Viz's new "Shonen Jump" online! More!
This April, DC Comics is adding unexpected twists to its New 52 covers starting with a special "Detective Comics" #900 gatefold featuring a Manbat invasion known as "The 900."
Greg McElhatton gives "Detective Comics" #15 4 stars, saying John Layman and Jason Fabok "buck the trend" of "Death of the Family" tie-in issues "and go for an entirely different routine."
DC Comics EiC Bob Harras and Editorial Director Bobbie Chase debut B&B, an exclusive monthly talk with CBR. This month: New creative teams for "Constantine" and "Birds of Prey," 900 issues of "Detective" and more!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #16, a "Death of the Family" tie-in by John Layman & Jason Fabok. Batman cuts a haunting deal with The Penguin January 9.
Doug Zawisza gives "Detective Comics" #15 by John Layman and Jason Fabok 4.5 stars, saying the creative team "hasn't made a misstep yet and continues to add some nice polish to Batman's world."
With his third issue now on stands, writer John Layman explains the long game for his "Detective Comics" run and how the book combines a major new villain, classic rogues, Bruce Wayne's personal drama and more of Batman's greatest hits.
For his part in the "Death of the Family" event story, newly minted "Detective Comics" writer John Layman shows off what happens to Gotham when Joker hits town as his longterm plans for Batman take shape with issue #15.
Doug Zawisza gives "Detective Comics" #14 4.5 stars, calling the issue by John Layman and Jason Fabok "masterfully balanced with action, intrigue, character development and some damn good art."
Greg McElhatton gives "Detective Comics" #13 4 stars, saying of John Layman and Jason Fabok's inaugural issue of the series, "if this first issue is any indication, we're in for some good times ahead."
Brett White comes clean about his past comic book bias and explains the effect that DC's New 52 has had on him since it launched twelve months ago.