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Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray tell CBR about reimagining the Unknown Soldier as G.I. Zombie for a new "Star-Spangled War Stories" series set in the New 52.
Legendary comics creator Howard Chaykin spoke to CBR about bringing "Century West," a tale of the Old West meeting Hollywood at the turn of the century, to the States through Image Comics.
DC Comics has revealed the final covers for the first week of its month of zero issues in September with a number of subtle changes from those shown after the initial announcement.
Check out CBR's features and interviews for DC Comics' "Second Wave" of the New 52 launching this week with "Earth 2," "Worlds' Finest" and "Dial H."
Following the close-up look at art from "Before Watchmen," new images of DC's "Second Wave" of the New 52 have hit online, including interior images from "G.I. Combat," "Batman, Inc," "Dial H" and more.
Comic book writing duo Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray spoke with CBR about theirs and artist Dan Panosian's version of the "Unknown Soldier," part of DC Comics' new war anthology "G.I. Combat."
DC Comics has released Dan Panosian's designs for the protagonist of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray's "G.I. Combat" backup story, "Unknown Soldier."
"The War That Time Forgot" writer J.T. Krul and "Haunted Tank" scribe John Arcudi spoke with CBR News about their contributions to DC Comics' May-launching "G.I. Combat" anthology series.
Robot 6's Grumpy Old Fan Tom Bondurant sets his sights on the "Second Wave" of DC's New 52 with some in-depth analysis on the replacement books.
DC Entertainment Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras talks moving forward with the six new titles in the "Second Wave" of the New 52 and the six cancelled books from the initial launch.
In April, six of DC Comics' New 52 series will publish their final issues, followed by six new series launching in May, including Grant Morrison's "Batman Inc.," James Robinson's "Earth 2" and China Miéville's "Dial H."