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With his son's art in the interiors, legendary artist John Romita Sr. has drawn a "Superman" #34 variant cover, his first DC work in decades.
With their real-life superhero series complete, Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. reflect on the legacy of Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl for comics, film and their careers.
The "Superman" creative team of Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson discuss their plans to bring a more "human" Man of Steel to DC Comics.
This is it - Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s epic draws to a close with "Kick-Ass 3" #8, and we have an exclusive preview of the issue!
DC Comics' yearly Superman panel at Comic-Con included creative talents Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr, Aaron Kuder, Charles Soule and more.
ROBOT 6 digs into “Superman” #32, paying special attention to its depiction of Perry White, the Man of Steel’s ennui, and hints of future revisionism.
What plan could mean for retail stores and the tablet! The popularity of hardcore gay manga in the U.S.! John Romita Jr.! Neal Adams! Esther Pearl Watson! Plus more!
Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr.'s "Superman" #32 is "an excellent story that speaks for itself, and captures both the nature and the scope of the character."
The superstar team of Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr. begin their run on DC Comics' "Superman" #32 with the first chapter of "The Man of Tomorrow."
Big crowds, but not such a big economic impact? John Romita Jr. on making the leap to DC! A first-timers report from Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con! Plus much more!
CBR takes an early look at next week's "Superman" #32, the first DC Comics work by legendary artist John Romita Jr. after decades at Marvel.
Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. spoke with CBR about building new villains and the "emotional rollercoaster" of working on DC Comics' Superman.
A mysterious new villain debuts in "Superman" #34, and CBR has the exclusive first look at the solicitation copy and cover!
For Daredevil's 50th anniversary, CSBG looks at DD's past and examines Miller and Romita Jr.'s red foil-covered retelling of Daredevil's origins.
What do Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. have in store for Hit-Girl in "Kick-Ass 3" #7? CBR has an exclusive preview!
Check out an exclusive first look at Steve McNiven's variant for "Kick-Ass 3" #8, closing out Mark Millar & John Romita Jr.'s "Kick-Ass" trilogy.
CBR presents an exclusive first look at John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson's cover for the Geoff Johns-written "Superman" #32.
John Romita, Jr. discusses collaborating with writers, the importance of establishing scenes, the best designs for superheroic characters and more.
Augie looks at the classic "Daredevil: The Man Without Fear" from Frank Miller and John Romita Jr., and Francois Schuiten's work returns to English!
The incoming "Superman" team of Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr. talk to CBR News about exploring "unknown territory" with DC's first superhero.
Klaus Janson discusses his role on the all-star "Superman" creative team with Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr., and shares a message to Frank Miller.
For the penultimate issue of Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.'s "Kick-Ass 3," acclaimed artist Kyle Baker gives Hit-Girl one last kill.
DC has confirmed that Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. will be the next creative team to take on the Man of Steel in "Superman" this summer.
Leaked video screens and piece of artwork indicate Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. are slated to take over DC Comics' "Superman" title.
With the "Kick-Ass 3" finale opening up his new fictional universe, Mark Millar shares exclusive art from his Millarworld books including "MPH" & teasers for projects with Bryan Hitch and Sean Murphy.
CBR has an exclusive first look at Paolo Rivera's hospital-themed variant cover for Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s "Kick-Ass 3" #7.
"The Walking Dead" claims five places on November's BookScan chart! Ten gifts not to buy a comics fan! Interviews with John Romita Jr. and Sholly Fisch!
CBR has the exclusive debut of Leinil Yu and Jerome Opeña's variant covers for "Kick-Ass 3" #6, featuring the secret origin of Hit Girl!
Brett White revisits a classic Thanksgiving issue of "Uncanny X-Men" and explains what modern comics could learn from the story.
A new team of masked vigilantes crashes Dave Lizewski's world in "Kick-Ass 3" #5, on sale November 27!
The future of Justice Forever is on the line in Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s "Kick-Ass 3" #4, on sale October 28!
With the 10-part "Dimension Z" arc now concluded, "Captain America" writer Rick Remender talks in-depth about what's next for the reeling title character. Plus, exclusive art!
Jumping off of recent comments from creators like Mark Millar and John Romita Jr., ROBOT 6's Corey Blake looks at violence, particularly sexual violence, in recent comic books.
Overstock.com to permanently match Amazon's graphic novel prices! Comics and politics! Interviews with Hope Larson and Rebecca Mock, and John Romita Jr!. Narr8 to expand to iPhone! Plus more!
"Kick-Ass" franchise newcomer John Leguizamo discusses his character -- the Alfred to Christopher Mintz-Plasse's villainous Batman -- and opportunities for Latino performers in Hollywood.
"Kick-Ass 2" writer/director Jeff Wadlow discusses Jim Carrey and the new direction the sequel takes with the original's superhero deconstruction.
With "Kick-Ass 2" in theaters this week, John Romita Jr. talks working with Mark Millar on the creator-owned hit, plus his uncertain future in work-for-hire comics now that his Marvel contract has expired.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief looks back on his first big relaunch with J. Michael Straczynski and John Romita, Jr's "Amazing Spider-Man" and compares the task to "Superior Spider-Man" and all of Marvel NOW!
Marvel E-C Axel Alonso, "Black Panther" writer Reginald Hudlin and inker Klaus Janson helped honor legendary "Kick-Ass" and "Spider-Man" artist John Romita, Jr. at Comic-Con as the artist revealed a desire to pencil a "Dr. Strange" series.
Footage from "Kick-Ass 2" revealed darker plot lines, and the film's cast and director discussed its complex relationships, changes from the source material and expanding the roster of characters.