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Jeff Parker discusses his "Convergence" books with CBR, employing forgotten events, Jack Kirby deep cuts, CC Beck homages and more classic DC nods.
With a "Justice League" movie directed by "Man of Steel's" Zack Snyder officially happening, CBR explores who might join Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.
DC Comics CCO Geoff Johns spoke with CBR News about his plans to build up everyone from "one-man Illuminati" Martian Manhunter to potentially powerful Vibe in his and David Finch's "Justice League of America."
Rob Liefeld has announced his abrupt departure from DC Comics' "Deathstroke," "Hawkman" and "Grifter" morning with a flurry of tweets criticizing his editors and the overall handling of the New 52.
This week, CSBG's The Line it is Drawn artists took a break from the regular schedule to pay tribute to the late, great Joe Kubert.
CBR pays tribute to the late, great Joe Kubert with a look at his life in comics from teenage years drawing Golden Age superhero comics through pioneering education efforts and through to award-winning graphic novels.
Writer/artist Rob Liefeld discusses the attraction in bringing WildStorm characters into the DCU, creating Hawkman's new Thanagar, revealing Deathstroke's new past and his next Image project.
From the early days of the Golden Age working on "Action Comics" #1 and Hawkman through his years fleshing out the world of Batman with original creations like Poison Ivy and Mister Freeze, the late Sheldon Moldoff left his mark on comics.
ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca explores a page of Hawkman drawn by the legendary Joe Kubert, a page with "one of comics’ greatest cartoonists breaking all the rules he can.
Rob Liefeld spoke with CBR News about the cancellation of "Hawk and Dove" and taking over creative control of "Deathstroke," "Savage Hawkman" and "Grifter."
"Savage Hawkman" writer Tony Daniel spoke with CBR News about the challenges of establishing Carter Hall in the New 52 and announces a major shake up in the creative team.
At DC Comics' Justice League panel, Geoff Johns, Brian Azzarello and other creators divulged plans and displayed art, discussing the return of Captain Marvel to controversial character portrayals and more.
Joe Kubert's career is analyzed in a beautiful coffee table art book. Then, Fantagraphics begins reprinting the life's work of Carl Barks, including a story that hasn't appeared unedited in North America in 60 years.
"Hawkman" to be a motion picture? Cable for "First Class" sequel? Lana Lang for "Man of Steel?" Also, Clancy Brown joins "Green Lantern," "Hobbit" films get titles, and more.
Ron takes a look at projects pitched but never approved for various reasons, including a project to be illustrated by Dusty Abell and "Altered Egos," a Superman/Batman Elseworlds co-pitched with Cully Hamner.
Writer Jeff Lemire's first foray into superhero comics comes to an end next week with "Giant-Sized Atom" and CBR News spoke with him about what's in store for the DCU's resident go-to science guy.
Mark Waid answered questions about "Irredeemable," CrossGen, Hawkman, Barry Allen, digital comics and much more in a quest to answer 50 questions in 50 minutes at Long Beach Comic Con.
In the second part of a two-part DAYBREAK, award-winning writer James Robinson spoke about his two big NYCC announcements: his "Starman/Congorilla" one-shot and the forthcoming "Shade" 12-issue series.
Sony Online Entertainment and DC Entertainment have released a new sizzle trailer for New York Comic Con featuring new scenes and gameplay clips from the upcoming "DC Universe Online" MMORPG due out in 2011.
DC Comics has released a teaser image featuring the main protagonists of the current "Brightest Day" series acting out various potential futures, including Hal Jordan as a White Lantern, a dead Aquaman and more.
Hawkman to get his own movie? Another director praises "Scott Pilgrim." Steven Niles on changes in "30 Days of Night: Dark Days." Also, no "Supergirl" for Taylor Swift, "Human Target" pics and more.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, Batman gets in a dogfight and the Flash continues to race ahead of the pack.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, it's all about Karl Kerschl's amazing "Flash" strip.
Kyle Baker swoops in to talk about his Hawkman story in “Wednesday Comics” and drop hints about a new series he’s creating for DC. Also, editor Mark Chiarello shares his Top 5 serial strips for you to check out.