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Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman: The Dark Knight" #19 by Gregg Hurwitz and Szymon Kudranski. The Mad Hatter continues his game of destruction April 24.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman: The Dark Knight" #17 by Gregg Hurwitz and Ethan Van Sciver. The gory details of the Mad Hatter's past are revealed February 27.
With their first arc as collaborators, "Batman: The Dark Knight" team of Gregg Hurwitz and Ethan Van Sciver plan on a "Timothy Leary Meets Charles Manson" version of Mad Hatter and twisted fun with Catwoman.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Batman: The Dark Knight" #13 by David Finch and Gregg Hurwitz. More of Scarecrow's dark origin is revealed October 24.
Writer Gregg Hurwitz discusses his current workload with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea, digging into his experience adding to Batman's mythos in "The Dark Knight" #0, his upcoming prose novel "The Survivor" and more.
CBR is LIVE from the DC Comics: Batman -- Death Comes To Gotham panel where Scott Snyder, Grant Morrison, Greg Capullo and others speak about the Joker, "Death Of The Family" and the DC Bat titles.
Fresh off his "Green Lantern Annual" return to interior work, artist Ethan Van Sciver will join the gritty "Batman: The Dark Knight" series starting in January with a Mad Hatter-focused arc and a renewed passion for making monthly comics.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman: The Dark Knight" #0! Gregg Hurwitz, Mico Suayan and Juan José Ryp explore Batman's origins on September 26.
DC Comics has released a preview to "Batman: The Dark Knight" #12 with artwork by David Finch and written by Gregg Hurwitz. The Scarecrow's past is revealed August 22.
The writer behind the latest run of David Finch's "Batman: The Dark Knight" explores the psychological side of Bruce Wayne and the Scarecrow while prepping origin #0 issues and his new novel "The Survivor."
The fate of the Bat Family post "Night of the Owls" is on the table as Scott Snyder, John Layman, Gregg Hurwitz, Gail Simone and more share what's next for Batman as the Joker cuts his way across the line, the Penguin returns and more.
The writer/artist Tony Daniel has announced to fans that his run with Batman will end with "Detective Comics" #0, leaving fans to wonder where he'll go next and who will step up to fill his shoes.
Doug Zawisza gives the final issue of "Penguin: Pain & Prejudice" 4.5 stars, calling Gregg Hurwitz's villainous story "a great read all the way through."
Novelist and TV writer Gregg Hurwitz is continuing his association with Batman beyond the world of the Penguin as he'll be taking the writing duties on DC Comics "Batman: The Dark Knight" from Paul Jenkins.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at series artist Szymon Kudranski's cover for "Penguin: Pain and Prejudice" #2. Written by Gregg Hurwitz, the issue hits stores in November.
The second wave of DC's relaunch sees novelist and TV writer Gregg Hurwitz redefine Oswald Cobblepot in "Penguin: Pain And Prejudice." CBR talks to Hurwitz about the series and more.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "Penguin: Pain and Prejudice" by Gregg Hurwitz and Szymon Kudranski and Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #2.
In our latest installment of THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS, Marvel writers Gregg Hurwitz, Rob Williams and Jason Henderson write exclusive police reports on three of "Shadowlands" most wanted characters.
Moon Knight desperately wants to be a hero, but Daredevil has other plans for him in August's "Shadowland: Moon Knight" where he'll put those plans into action. We spoke with Gregg Hurwitz about the miniseries.
As the Heroic Age dawns on the Moon Knight, the legendary anti-hero prepares become an important part of the Marvel Universe. CBR spoke with “Vengeance of the Moon Knight” writer Gregg Hurwitz about his plans for the series.
Guest stars aplenty and a role in an upcoming Marvel event are in the cards for the lunar-themed vigilante, but as writer Gregg Hurwitz explained, Moon Knight may easily crack under the pressure of a superhero career.
In writer Gregg Hurwitz' "Vengeance of Moon Knight," the title character has finally figured out how to be a hero, but the troubled vigilante's past is about to come back to haunt him in the form of a resurrected archenemy.
Crime novelist Gregg Hurwitz and artist Jerome Opeña take the lunar vigilante into an all-new, vengeful series placed squarely in the Marvel Universe. We spoke with Hurwitz about "Vengeance of the Moon Knight."
In lieu of a full-on X-POSITION, we bring you this week an exclusive preview of "Wolverine: Switchback," the January one-shot featuring new stories by Joseph Clarke & Das Pastoras and Gregg Hurwitz & Juan Doe.
Who will replace Garth Ennis on Punisher? Not one but three writers take on the task, with stories planned deep into 2009. Hurwitz, Swierczynski, Gischler and editor Axel Alonso talk about a new era for MAX.