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CBR presents a spoiler-filled rundown of the revelations in Scott Snyder, James Tynion & Dustin Nguyen's future-shifted "Batman" #28, a precursor to "Batman: Eternal."
"Batman" #28 offers a look at what's coming in the weekly "Batman: Eternal" thanks to Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Dustin Nguyen.
This week, Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" sinks, Poison Ivy charms, "X-Men Legacy" waits patiently and "Thunderbolts" double-dips.
"Superman Unchained" #5 features big revelations for Clark Kent as Jim Lee is joined by Dustin Nguyen for several flashback sequences.
Batman pulls double duty, the Thunderbolts are hopelessly lost, Parker ends up in a (literal) shooting gallery and "Dead Body Road" looms large.
Writer Scott Snyder has revealed "Batman" #28 will take place six months in the future from the present DC Universe as a special thank you to fans.
Reports of Syrian cartoonist Akram Raslan's execution remain unconfirmed. Plus, the NYCC wrap-up: interviews with Mark Waid, Dustin Nguyen & more!
DC Entertainment took the stage Friday at New York Comic Con to discuss DC Comics, Vertigo and DC Digital, with panelists including Scott Snyder, Lee Bermerjo, Kyle Higgins, Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs.
At SDCC's “Superman Unchained” panel writer Scott Snyder, DC Co-Publisher and artist Jim Lee and the creative team discussed the artistic process and the plot lines and characters coming up.
This week, it's Superman versus Robots, Wolverine versus Wolverine, the women of Gotham versus the Joker, Mariko versus Logan, and a gun-toting gorilla versus … everybody.
Kelly Thompson gives Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs' "Batman: Li'l Gotham" #2 4.5 stars, calling it the "brightest, most refreshing corner the DC Universe has seen in a very long time."
DC Comics kicked off its convention season with a Seattle panel featuring Scott Snyder, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Bill Willingham and more, and the panel promised a return of "100 Bullets" and changes to the DCU.
DC has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "Batman Beyond Unlimited" #13, which picks up the story from the "Return of the Joker" animated film. The issue hits Feb. 20.
"Batman: Li'l Gotham" artist/co-writer Dustin Nguyen discusses his work on DC's successful holiday-themed digital-first series and teases plans for the publisher's cutest take on the Dark Knight.
This week, Jean Grey strolls down memory lane, Terry McGinnis faces one of 10,000 clowns, Josephine goes on the run, magenta rules "The Manhattan Projects" and John Ka enjoys the sunrise.
Greg McElhatton gives the digital-first "Batman: Li'l Gotham" #1 4 stars, calling the issue by Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs "a great usage of the digital delivery medium."
DC Comics expands its digital-first initiative with "Li’l Gotham," a monthly serial featuring Dustin Nguyen’s popular chibi-esque renditions of Batman’s friends and foes, co-written by Derek Fridolfs.
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire: Lord of Nightmares" #3 by Scott Snyder and Dustin Nguyen 4 stars calling Nguyen's art "minimalistic, favoring economy and storytelling over detail and clutter."
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant kicks off his weekly interview series by chatting with artist Dustin Nguyen about "Batman Beyond," Wildstorm, becoming a writer and much more.
Greg McElhatton gives "American Vampire: Lord of Nightmares" #1 4 stars, calling the issue by Scott Snyder an Dustin Nguyen "a crucial new chapter that fits in well with everything else that we've seen so far."
Continuing CBR's look inside DC's "Batman Beyond Unlimited," Derek Fridolfs & Dustin Nguyen dish on Kobra and the New Gods in "Justice League Beyond" while JT Krul teases "Superman Beyond" vs. Lex Luthor's daughter.
DC Comics' digital-first comics continue to chart the DCU's future, and Adam Beechen leads part one of a roundtable interview on "Batman Beyond Unlimited" speaking about 10,000 Jokers,Tim Drake and cyberpunk surprises.
Tim boots up the old iPad for a fantastic voyage into the land of digital-first comics, and sets his sights on a familiar crew of characters from a not-too-distant-future in "Justice League Beyond."
At Emerald City Comicon, Vertigo creators Bill Willingham, Mike Allred, Dustin Nguyen, and more discussed the end of "iZombie", "Fables'" 10th anniversary and upcoming projects including "Shooters."
DC Comics’ visit to Emerald City Comicon found Bill Willingham, Chris Burnham, and Dustin Nguyen dishing about Grant Morrison density, the consequences of speed... and the importance of dental hygiene.
Scott Snyder visited CBR TV's WonderCon Tiki Lounge to discuss the future of "American Vampire," his and Greg Capullo's "Batman" collaboration and the influence of Elvis on his life and career.
Writer Scott Snyder and Vertigo Senior Editor Will Dennis lead the WonderCon panel debuting the latest titles and news coming out of Vertigo Comics.
CBR reports from DC Comics’ New 52 panel at WonderCon 2012, where Editor-In-Chief Eddie Berganza and DC writers and artists talk about the publisher’s line up.
DC kicked off its WonderCon 2012 programming with an all access look to all things DC featuring some of the industry's top talents and creators including Scott Snyder, Dustin Nguyen, Brian Q. Miller, Scott Lobdell and more.
DC has provided CBR News with a preview of "Batman Beyond Unlimited" #1 written by Adam Beechen, Derek Fridolfs and Dustin Nguyen. The futuristic Dark Knight returns February 29.
CBR's Kelly Thompson gives Snyder, Higgins and McCarthy's "Batman: Gates of Gotham" #5 3.5 stars, calling it "a strong ending to a compelling and different kind of Bat series."
Bryan Q. Miller spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL, reflecting on his run as the writer of "Batgirl" and discussing the end of Stephanie Brown's tenure as the female Caped Crusader.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at Dustin Nguyen's variant cover for "Batman: Gates of Gotham" #4, Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins look at the history of the Dark Knight's city.
Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz and Sal Buscema are set to produce their first work for DC Comics in decades with "Superman Beyond," a one-shot story based in the same continuity as the popular "Batman Beyond."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an
Bryan Q. Miller discussed plans for the ongoing "Batgirl" series, including the current year's major arc, increasing Stephanie's support network beyond Gotham and what the "Death of Oracle" means for Team Batgirl.
CBR's Doug Zawisza gave "Batgirl" #17 a 4.5 star review, calling Stephanie Brown's latest adventure by writer Bryan Q. Miller and guest artist Pere Pérez "a beam of sunshine on the new comics’ racks."
Adam Beechen, the writer behind the new "Batman Beyond" ongoing series, returns to THE BAT SIGNAL to catch fans on up on how day-and-date digital and the future Justice League combine to draw in readers new and old.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batgirl" #17 by writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Pere Perez. The issue, featuring Damian Wayne and a cover by regular series artist Dustin Nguyen, hits stores next Wednesday, January 12.
Doug Zawisza gave the first issue of DC Comics' new ongoing "Batman Beyond" series a 3.5 star review, calling Adam Beechen and Ryan Benjamin's first issue in their three-part arc "a nice panorama of the future Gotham."