"Rowdy" Roddy Piper Reported Dead at 61
Showing results 1-40 of 58
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #42 "feels like it's providing a story that will eventually shape the future of a lot of characters."
DC's Chief Creative Officer talked about trying to make "The Flash" the most comic book TV show and why he's never going to stop writing comics.
DC's Chief Creative Officer talks the beginning of "Darkseid War," and how the event story ignited a love for Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters.
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #41 "is a grand new start, with revelations and jawdroppers aplenty."
The long-awaited "Darkseid War" begins in Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #41, on sale June 3 from DC Comics.
"Justice League's" Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok tell CBR why the Darkseid Vs. Anti-Monitor clash is bigger and deeper than anyone ever expected.
Geoff Johns & Jason Fabok discuss the epic scale and personal stakes of the upcoming "Justice League" war between Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor.
Johns and Fabok's "Justice League" #39 has "returned the scope of Justice League adventures to a grand scale."
Check out an early look at Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #39, the final chapter of "The Amazo Virus!"
As the new artist on "Justice League," Jason Fabok checks another goal off his career list as he and Geoff Johns team to tell "The Amazo Virus."
Before a signing in LA, writer and DC chief creative officer Geoff Johns discussed the first line-wide event of the New 52 era, "Forever Evil."
Batman's 75th Anniversary celebration continued at FAN EXPO, where creators gave insight into their series and shared their favorite Bat-moments.
DC Comics has announced that artist Jason Fabok will move on from the Bat-titles to join writer Geoff Johns on "Justice League."
The Dark Knight strikes in the spotlight for Jason Fabok's cover for "Batman Eternal" #22, continuing the DC Comics weekly series.
Scott Snyder, Tim Seeley, James Tynion IV, Jason Fabok and Dustin Nguyen discuss the epic scope of Batman's weekly series, with hints of what lies ahead.
DC Comics celebrates the 75th Anniversary of the Dark Knight with Scott Snyder and collaborators speaking on "Batman Eternal's" big plan and the future of the Joker.
Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Jason Fabok keep their weekly story moving along nicely in "Batman Eternal" #2
Jim Gordon's situation goes public and the Batfamily comes together in this preview of Snyder, Tynion and Fabok's "Batman Eternal" #2.
James Tynion IV and Tim Seeley discuss "Batman Eternal's" mix of genres, returning faces like Vicki Vale and the challenge of building a year-long mystery.
Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV & Jason Fabok deliver "a tremendous start" to DC Comics' new weekly series with "Batman Eternal" #1.
DC Comics' new weekly Batman title, "Batman Eternal," kicks off with a debut issue by Scott SNyder, James Tynion IV & Jason Fabok, on sale April 9!
CBR has an exclusive first look at Jason Fabok's cover for "Batman Eternal" #4, featuring both the Dark Knight and Batgirl.
Batman celebrates his 75th Anniversary in style with "Detective Comics" #27, "one of the best ever anniversary issues of its kind."
Scott Snyder has tweeted a Jay Fabok-illustrated Thanksgiving image, saying it contains a number of clues for what's to come in "Batman Eternal." UPDATED with comments from editor Mike Marts.
Editor Mike Marts explains how Brad Meltzer's origin, Snyder & Murphy's future Robin and Frank Miller all play a role in "Detective Comics" #27.
When Scarecrow tips the balance of power, Bane becomes Gotham's protector in Peter J. Tomasi & Scott Eaton's "Forever Evil: Arkham War" #2!
DC Comics' January solicitations reveal "Gothtopia," a new Bat-book based story starting in John Layman & Jason Fabok's "Detective Comics" #27 story.
Writer Scott Snyder serves as show runner on "Batman: Eternal," a new weekly series from DC Comics. He spoke with CBR about headlining a crew which includes James Tynion IV, John Layman, Tim Seeley and more.
Batman's final confrontation with The Wrath is nearly here. Check out an advance preview of "Detective Comics" #24 by John Layman and Jason Fabok courtesy of DC Comics, on sale Oct. 2!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman: The Joker" #23.1 by Andy Kubert & Andy Clarke. The Joker's path to villainy in the New 52 is revealed September 4.
Writers John Layman and Greg Pak reveal their plans to tie "Detective" and "Action Comics" into Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman: Zero Year" in November, turning back the clock for Superman and Commissioner Gordon.
With the finale of his "Emperor Penguin" arc, writer John Layman sets his sights on long term goals for "Detective Comics" including more Man Bat, more Gotham cops and the return of classic villain Wrath.
Greg McElhatton gives "Detective Comics" #19 4 stars, calling the 900th consecutive issue of DC's flagship series by John Layman, James Tynion and a giant art team "a nice way to turn 900."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of tomorrow's "Detective Comics" #19, the series' 900th issues by John Layman, Jason Fabok, Andy Clarke, Mikel Janin & more.
Writer John Layman and artist Jason Fabok talk to CBR about their sidestepping take on "Death of the Family" and their Penguin-paced plot which builds toward the landmark "Detective" #900.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #17 by John Layman and Jason Fabok. Batman hunts down The Joker-worshipping League of Smiles February 6.
Greg McElhatton gives "Detective Comics" #15 4 stars, saying John Layman and Jason Fabok "buck the trend" of "Death of the Family" tie-in issues "and go for an entirely different routine."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #16, a "Death of the Family" tie-in by John Layman & Jason Fabok. Batman cuts a haunting deal with The Penguin January 9.
Doug Zawisza gives "Detective Comics" #15 by John Layman and Jason Fabok 4.5 stars, saying the creative team "hasn't made a misstep yet and continues to add some nice polish to Batman's world."
With his third issue now on stands, writer John Layman explains the long game for his "Detective Comics" run and how the book combines a major new villain, classic rogues, Bruce Wayne's personal drama and more of Batman's greatest hits.