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Brett White expresses his newfound appreciation for the classic character thanks to the work done by Jeff Parker, Evan Shaner and Jordie Bellaire.
As the Adam West-inspired digital series moves forward, Jeff Parker has plans for more foes unseen on TV and solo Batgirl stories.
With his biggest arc yet, the writer brings guest stars galore, shows why DC's sea king is global and weighs in on Jason Momoa's movie casting.
DC Digital announced three new series -- "Mortal Kombat X," "Wonder Woman 77" and "Fables: The Wolf Among Us" -- plus previewed existing series.
The battle between pig and bird continues in Jeff Parker & Paul Tobin's "Angry Birds Comics" #3 as newly invented devices come into play.
Jeff Parker welcomes Yvel Guichet for DC Comics' "Aquaman Annual" #2, in which the King of Atlantis needs help from Wonder Woman, Queen of the Amazons.
Jeff Parker, Paul Tobin, Paco Rodriques and more tell new tales of the maddest fliers around in IDW's "Angry Birds" #2, on sale July 9.
Writer Jeff Parker discusses alien invasion, the end of humanity and coming-of-age in "Meteor Men," his new graphic novel with Sandy Jarrell.
It's the king of Atlantis against the creation of a surface world mad scientist in Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier's "Aquaman" #32!
"Aquaman" writer Jeff Parker discusses the Wonder Woman team-up in his "Annual," Mera's role as underwater queen and politician and much more.
Rovio's gaming sensation comes to comics, and CBR has an exclusive preview of Jeff Parker and Paul Tobin's "Angry Birds" #1! UPDATED with new art, full credits!
Swamp Thing guest-stars in a compelling issue of "Aquaman" #31 by Jeff Parker, Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons and more.
"Secret Origins" #2 continues DC Comics new anthology series by revealing the New 52 beginnings of the Dark Knight, Aquaman and Starfire.
Dynamite Entertainment brings "Flash Gordon" back to comics with a brand new ongoing series by Jeff Parker and Evan "Doc" Shaner.
Jeff Parker discusses bringing "Angry Birds" to comics with IDW, reveals if the famously mute characters will finally break their silence and more.
Jeff Parker, Eric Stephenson, Antony Johnston and Jay Faerber shared their techniques and approaches to comics writing.
Oni Press has revealed much of their upcoming publishing slate, including new work from Greg Rucka, Jeff Parker and Joe & Anthony Russo.
Out of nowhere, Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier's version of Aquaman has won Brett White over, and he can hardly believe it.
"Adventures of Superman" and "Flash Gordon" artist Evan Shaner recalls his musical roots and casts the Daily Planet staff as instruments in a composition.
Jeff Parker discusses writing Dynamite's new "Flash Gordon" series, the character's enduring popularity and, of course, Timothy Dalton's Barin.
Jeff Parker, Evan Shaner and Jordie Bellaire helm an all-new "Flash Gordon" series for Dynamite, celebrating eight decades of the pulp character's adventures.
Set sail with "Aquaman" & "Batman '66" writer Jeff Parker to discuss "Jaws" and maritime mysteries from the Loch Ness Monster to the death of Natalie Wood.
The new "Sea of Storms" arc brings with it the debut of new writer Jeff Parker, who teams with artists Paul Pelletier & Netho Diaz for "Aquaman" #26!
Jeff Parker discusses writing DC Comics' post-Geoff Johns "Aquaman," picking up the threads from "Death Of A King" and heading into "Seven Seas."
Suspect allegedly carried 20 threat letters when he was arrested! More on graphic novels vs. serialized comics! Interviews with Paul Pope and Jeff Parker! Plus more!
The artist of the Eisner-winning "Bandette," Collen Coover talks about the print collection, working on "Batman '66," European influences and more.
Batgirl makes her "Batman '66" debut, facing off against the purrfectly villainous Catwoman in a story from the creative team of Jeff Parker and Colleen Coover.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the digital-first "Batman '66" #14 by Jeff Parker & Ruben Procopio. The sinister somnambulist, the Sandman, returns Oct. 2!
As he prepares to take over the series from Geoff Johns, writer Jeff Parker has plans to make "Aquaman's" world bigger with an expanded rogues gallery, new threats for king and country and plenty of shark punching.
Notable news items in DC Comics' December 2013 solicitations include J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman originally listed as the writers of "Batwoman" #26. UPDATED with the new solicitation text.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Kings Watch" #1 by Jeff Parker & Marc Laming. The Phantom, Flash Gordon and Mandrake the Magician unite on September 11!
Jeff Parker discusses his new Dynamite Entertainment series, "Kings Watch," which unites Flash Gordon, the Phantom and Mandrake the Magician for a new mini-series. Plus, exclusive art!
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Kevin Maguire's "Batman '66" #2 variant, which features Batman and Robin facing off against Penguin and Mr. Freeze.
Jeff Parker beefs up for December's "Indestructible Hulk Annual," teaming the title character with another one of the Marvel Universe's most dangerous combination of intellect and strength, the Invincible Iron Man.
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman '66" #1 4 stars, calling the digital-first by Jeff Parker & Jonathan Case "a nostalgia stuffed innovation" with "a fun story and striking art delivered by top-notch talent."
Jeff Parker and company's digital comics version of Adam West's "Batman" debuts today, and THE BAT SIGNAL is back to hear about the history of the cult comedy adaptation and its impact on the 21st Century comic.
Writer Jeff Parker's run on "Thunderbolts" and "Dark Avengers" recently came to a close with "Dark Avengers" #190. We spoke with him about shedding light on the dark corner of the Marvel U for nearly four years.
Marvel Comics's August solicits held a few surprises, including the details of "Hunger," an "Age of Ultron" follow up which may or may not include Galactus, and an end for "Red She-Hulk."
ROBOT 6's Michael May contends you should be reading Marvel Comics' "Red She-Hulk" by Jeff Parker and Carlo Pagulayan -- not because of the title character, but because of Machine Man.