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CBR used the Lasso of Truth to force writer Grant Morrison to spill secrets about DC's highly anticipated OGN illustrated by Yanick Paquette.
The comic book publisher revealed two new upcoming projects at the Meet the Co-Publishers panel at Comic-Con International.
J. Michael Straczynski told fans about his upcoming DC Comics OGN, and explained why making "Sense8" has been so special for him.
Geoff Johns and Gary Frank talk with CBR about reshaping the Bat-mythos and introducing new takes on the Riddler and Killer Croc.
With a world that needs Superman, writer J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR about giving readers a Man of Tomorrow for today.
DC co-publisher Dan DiDio details the future of the Earth One OGN line for CBR, and also talks the new third weekly series and the upcoming move to L.A.
"Wonder Woman: Earth One" is now "Wonder Woman: The Trial of Diana Prince," and writer Grant Morrison disclosed further details on the story, including the title character not being made from clay.
With the entire first season of "House of Cards" available to stream on Netflix and the first "Ravine" graphic novel on sale now, Ron examines the increasing trend toward "binge" consuming.
During a humorous exchange on Twitter with DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, artist Gary Frank confirmed a second volume of the "Batman: Earth One" original graphic novel is in the works for 2013.
DC has released a preview of J. Michael Straczynski and Shane Davis' "Superman: Earth One Vol. 2." Superman's Earth One adventures continue in the original graphic novel on October 31.
DC Comics confirms a 2012 release for the highly anticipated, Geoff Johns-written "Batman: Earth One" original graphic novel with preview images from series artist Gary Frank.
Augie is disappointed at DC's possible decision to kill their OGN line of Superman comics, CrossGen's "The Crossovers" gets a late review, Dark Horse releases "Brody's Ghost," and how many "Issac"s does Marvel have?
The artist of DC's incoming "Superman: Earth One" talks about the gig, making Clark less of a stereotype and why the graphic novel is the best format creatively – with EXCLUSIVE sketch material!