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"Superman" scripter Chris Roberson spoke with CBR about following in the storytelling steps of J. Michael Straczynski, his upcoming plans for the series and what to expect from his take on the Man of Steel.
DreamWorks has picked up "Voices from the Dead" from writer J. Michael Straczynski, who spoke first with SPINOFF about the mystery centering on Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Wonder Woman" #606, the continuation of J. Michael Straczynski's re-imagining of the Amazonian princess. Written by JMS and Phil Hester, the issue hits stores tomorrow, January 26.
Tim Callahan gives "Superman" #707 three and a half stars, praising new writer Chris Roberson for "saving this sinking ship, turning it toward clear waters" in that it "subverts what Straczynski has been doing" with the Man of Steel.
Incoming series writer Phil Hester told CBR News that his goal during the course of his run on "Wonder Woman" is to firmly re-establish the Amazon princess in the upper echelon of comic book heroes.
Sci-fi veteran Chris Roberson spoke with CBR News about his life-long love of the Man of Steel as he prepares to finish J. Michael Straczynski's run on "Superman," beginning with February's issue #708.
J. Michael Straczynski elaborated on leaving "Superman" and "Wonder Woman," spoke openly about the cheers and jeers his DC work has received and hinted at progress already made on the "Superman: Earth One" sequel.
Brian Hibbs returns this month with a look at the sales of "Superman Earth One," JMS' announced move to OGN and self-contained, shorter stories, predictions of the death of the monthly periodical and more.
In the announcement of a sequel to the chart-topping "Superman Earth One" graphic novel, DC Comics has also confirmed J. Michael Straczynski's departure from "Superman" and "Wonder Woman's" monthly comics.
ROBOT 6 reviews the latest Superman reboot, "Earth One," saying "As the first of what is presumably an ongoing series of graphic novels, it’s not a bad beginning - but it doesn’t quite feel like Superman yet."
With "Superman: Earth One" on the stands, artist Shane Davis tells CBR about the media blitz, remixing Superman's origin story, his process for creating a new arch foe and why the hoodie wasn't really a big deal.
With DC Comics' latest effort to revitalize the Man of Steel, "Superman: Earth One," hitting stores today, it's time to tell CBR what version of the original superheroes origins stands as your personal canon.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of "Superman: Earth One" with an exclusive look at three new pages! Written by J. Michael Straczynski with art by Shane Davis, the OGN hits stores October 27.
Augie takes a look at this week's highly anticipated "Superman: Earth One" graphic novel, and sees some promise. Also, travel back to the 90s once more for a look at the Ultraverse's F.A.N. Committee and more.
G. Willow Wilson spoke with CBR about "Superman" #704, the "Grounded" interlude that she wrote detailing Lois Lane's visit to the town where she went to college in anticipation of Superman's arrival.
JMS hosted a lively and raucous one-man panel Sunday at NYCC, where he discussed the "Thor" movie, his comics and film careers, "Babylon 5" and more, as well as offering advice to aspiring creators.
At New York Comic Con's DC Universe panel, the publisher announced "The Death of Oracle" in "Birds of Prey," a new comedic space heroine from Kevin Maguire, and, very accidentally, a new Hawkman project from James Robinson.
In a story featuring more Clark than cape, DC Comics exclusive artist Shane Davis revealed what's in with the Man of Steel in his and writer JMS' new OGN, "Superman: Earth One," and why Lex Luthor is out.
After delays struck J. Michael Straczynski's "Superman" arc featuring a walk across America, DC Comics has announced an "interlude" issue by G. Willow Wilson focusing on Lois Lane will replace the planned issue #704.
DC Comics has released an early look inside "Superman: Earth One," the first of the publisher's original graphic novel line set to redefine the Man of Steel under the pen of J. Michael Straczynski and Shane Davis.
DC Comics editor Ian Sattler moderated a panel packed with announcements and creators including J. Michael Straczynski, Gail Simone, James Robinson and more at Comic-Con International.
James Robinson, Gail Simone, J. Michael Straczynski, Denny O'Neil and Paul Levitz gathered for their Comic-Con International panel to talk about their experiences and answer questions about writing for DC Comics.
Saturday afternoon at Comic-Con International, writer J. Michael Straczynski entertained a sizable crowd with anecdotes about his comic and film career, and a staged reading of “Wonder Woman” #601.
Ian Sattler and a host of DC creators discussed the wide range of events in DC Comics' future, including "Brightest Day," "JL: Generation Lost," "THUNDER Agents," "Static" Vertigo characters in the DCU and more
The DC Nation panel at Comic-Con International found Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, and JMS announcing new projects including a new Flash series and a collaboration between Johns and Morrison. Plus: Darkseid!
The writers of the Super-family line of titles took the stage to discuss their plans for the Man of Steel, Lex Luthor and Supergirl and CBR News was there with all the info. UPDATED 8/11/2010
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of three comics on sale July 14, including "Adventure Comics" #516, "The Brave and the Bold" #35 & "The Mighty Crusaders" #1.
We spoke with artist Don Kramer about Wonder Woman's controversial new look with the DC exclusive artist saying he's thrilled to be involved in such an important stage of the iconic superheroine's history.
Another week of big news means another PIPELINE EXTRA for CBR readers as Augie checks in to respond to a sea of jerking knees and ends up coming to the defense of Jim Lee and JMS' newly announced Wonder Woman costume.
In light of Wonder Woman's new Jim Lee designed outfit burning up message boards and forums across the internet, CBR takes it to a poll asking you what you think of the Amazonian hero's newest look!
With the introduction of Wonder Woman's new costume making headlines worldwide, we enlisted CSBG's Brian Cronin to provide us with a rundown of the Amazonian princess' looks throughout her nearly 70 year history.
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "Wonder Woman" #600 a 3.5 star review, saying of the milestone, multi-creative teamed issue, "There's something for everyone, but overall it's not as strong as one would hope."
With DC's revelation of Wonder Woman's new direction and costume, reactions have been flying fast and furious across the internet, from mainstream media outlets to fans to Lynda Carter herself.
Debuting Wednesday in her milestone 600th issue, Wonder Woman gets a new Jim Lee-designed costume, a new mission and a new world in the reality-altering storyline which writer J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR about in detail.
As part of his new arc on DC's eponymous Superman title, all-star writer J. Michael Straczynski told us his plan for fans to write in and see their town included in the story where Superman walks across America.
Longtime DC Comics editor Bob Greenberger stopped by COMIC SHOULD BE GOOD to examine Superman's past in expectation of J. Michael Straczynski's first issue of "Superman," which hits stands tomorrow, June 23.
DC Comics have announced that Don Kramer and Michael Babinski are the art team joining J. Michael Straczynski on "Wonder Woman" when the writer begins his run. Oh, and they're destroying the Amazon Princess' home.
CBR's Doug Zawisza reviewed J. Michael Straczynski and Jesus Saiz' "The Brave and the Bold" #32 and gave the issue 4.5 stars saying of the seemingly odd character pairing, "This is Aquaman at his dazzling best."
On the heels of multiple DC Comics projects, writer J. Michael Straczynski prepares an original, creator-owned graphic novel set within the DCU focusing on a super hospital in Gotham City and speaks EXCLUSIVELY with CBR about the book.