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Sheldon Mayer's formerly toddler terrors are now DC Universe private detectives in an upcoming mini series.
Metamorpho, Raven and Katana are among the characters that will return to the spotlight in 2016.
Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Howard Porter "stock 'Justice League 3001' #1 full of potential stories and ongoing developments."
The future is now as Brian Azzarello, Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens & Jeff Lemire bring DC Comics' weekly series "Futures End" to its epic conclusion.
Crossovers interrupt ongoing series all the time, but Keith Giffen and JM DeMatteis' final "Justice League" story was interrupted by two of them!!
With two months left, the writers of the DC weekly expound on the ultimate Brainiac, character resolution and avoiding the future of Brother Eye.
DC has revealed the next 10 new "Convergence" miniseries, which include the return of Azrael, Parallax, Connor Hawke, Gen 13 and more.
CBr has the first look at Howard Porter's promo art for the first meeting between the JL3K and their bwa-ha-ha-era Justice League counterparts.
Keith Giffen discusses the addition of some familiar JLI faces to "Justice League 3000" and his observations on the newfound editorial freedom at DC.
Ahead of this week's collected edition release, CBR has a look at Howard Porter's "Justice League 3000" sketches and character designs.
The Pre-New 52 Booster Gold and Blue Beetle appear in "Justice League 3000" #12, which writer Keith Giffen says indicates the series may be in a non-New 52 universe.
Who is the Masked Superman? Find out in the latest issue of DC Comics' weekly series, "The New 52: Futures End" #17 with art by Patrick Zircher.
Simon Bisley talks his new supernatural series "13 Coins," why he threw out Keith Giffen's "Lobo" layouts and how lifting 500 lbs. makes you a better artist.
Keith Giffen & Dan DiDio welcome cosmic comics legend Jim Starlin to DC Comics' "Infinity Man and the Forever People" #3, on sale Aug. 20 from DC.
Writers Keith Giffen & Dan Jurgens tell CBR about finishing the first quarter of the story they're telling in DC Comics' "Futures End" weekly series.
In the latest issue of DC Comics' weekly "New 52: Futures End" #8 with art by Scot Eaton & Drew Geraci, Grifter visits the very deadly Cadmus Island.
With the debut of “Infinity Man and the Forever People,” ROBOT 6 examines DC’s latest attempt to revive some of Jack Kirby’s Fourth World creations.
The DC Comics co-publisher talks about writing "Infinity Man" with Keith GIffen, the book's upcoming guest artists and its "Futures End" tie-in.
The "O.M.A.C." team of Keith Giffen & Dan DiDio are at it again with another New 52 adventure, DC Comics "Infinity Man and the Forever People" #1.
Keith Giffen & Dan Jurgens connect the FCBD primer and the first issue of DC's weekly "The New 52: Futures End" -- and that astonishing death.
The first issue of DC Comics' "Futures End" weekly series is "an enjoyable debut that's helped along by a strong artist."
Check out a preview of DC Comics' time traveling "Futures End" #1 featuring Terry McGinnis as the Batman of 5 years from now, on sale May 7!
The DC Comics co-publisher shares his enthusiasm for the series he's co-writing with Keith Giffen, and the New Gods' increased New 52 presence.
Comics veteran Keith Giffen and DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio will revisit the New Gods in a new ongoing series, illustrated by Scott Koblish.
With Rocket Raccoon poised to, er, rocket into the mainstream in Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," CBR looks back at the character's strange journey.
Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Howard Porter go back to the future in this exclusive preview of DC Comics' "Justice League 3000" #2!
CBR spoke exclusively with Brian Azzarello, Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens and Jeff Lemire in their first roundtable interview on "The New 52: Futures End."
Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis & Howard Porter head into the far future for "Justice League 3000" #1 for a new take on DC's iconic heroes.
DC Comics jumps ahead five years in May with the weekly "The New 52: Futures End." The title debuts with a Zero issue on Free Comic Book Day.
DC Comics' long-hyped "Justice League 3000" debuts Dec. 11, from the writing team of Keith Giffen & J.M. DeMatteis and artist Howard Porter.
"Justice League 3000" makes its anticipated debut from DC Comics in December, and here's a look at Howard Porter's interior art from issue #1.
Artist Howard Porter illustrated the hit "JLA" series in the late '90s, and he returns to DC Comics' biggest heroes with "Justice League 3000."
Artist Kevin Maguire has commented on his current situation with DC Comics, following being fired as artist from the yet-to-be-released "Justice League 3000" ongoing series by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis.
Following Kevin Maguire's firing from "Justice League 3000," DC Comics has announced that Howard Porter will be taking art duties on the series, now delayed until December.
UPDATE: Kevin Maguire has clarified his earlier statements about being fired from DC Comics, saying he will no longer be working on "Justice League 3000," but still has projects with the publisher.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Larfleeze" #2 by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Scott Kolins. Larfleeze takes on the celestial being Laord of the Hunt July 24.
With the announcement that Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire are reuniting for "Justice League 3000," Tom Bondurant recounts the trio's history and speculates on the team's membership.
"Justice League 3000" co-writer Keith Giffen discusses his and fellow "Justice League" creative team J.M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire's new series, promising complete self-contained stories and a 12th issue revelation.
The creative team behind the Bwahaha era of "Justice League," Keith Giffen, JM DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire look to the future in "Justice League 3000." CBR has an exclusive first look at Howard Porter's redesigns.
With his new, self-titled DC Comics series set to debut in late June, Orange Lantern Larfleeze has uncharacteristically granted CBR permission to share an early look at artists Scott Kolins' work from the first issue.