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DC has announced 10 new "Convergence" miniseries including "The Question," "Batgirl" "Justlice League" and more. CBR has exclusive art!
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.
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."
CBR has the exclusive debut of four July-releasing variant covers featuring the Dark Knight, by Klaus Janson, Michael Kaluta and 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.
A mysterious new villain debuts in "Superman" #34, and CBR has the exclusive first look at the solicitation copy and cover!
Kazu Kibuishi, Klaus Janson, Rob Guillory & Erik Larsen talked about why realism has no place in comics, and why Alex Ross "bores the crap" out of Janson.
CBR presents an exclusive first look at John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson's cover for the Geoff Johns-written "Superman" #32.
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.
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.
"Rambo" creator David Morrell took to Facebook to express disappointment with the published version of his "Amazing Spider-Man" #700.2 story. UPDATED with new comments from Morrell.
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.
Doug Zawsiza gives "Daredevil: End of Days" #8 by Brian Bendis, David Mack, Klaus Janson and Bill Sienkiewicz 5 stars, saying "There is no doubt that this is perhaps one of the consummate Daredevil stories."
CBR spoke with "Captain America" writer Rick Remender about his protagonist's battle to recover his foster son from the villainous Arnim Zola and escape the nightmarish reality known as Dimension Z.
James Hunt gives "Daredevil: End of Days" #7 4.5 stars, calling the issue by Brian Bendis, David Mack, Klaus Janson, Bill Sienkiewicz and Alex Maleev "superhero noir in all the best ways."
James Hunt gives "Daredevil: End of Days" #4 4.5 stars, calling the issue by Brian Michael Bendis, David Mack, Klaus Janson, Bill Sienkiewicz and Alex Maleev "simply a must-read for fans of the character."
In "Daredevil: End of Days," an all-star team of creators explores the possible final days of the Man Without Fear. In part two of our look at the series, CBR spoke with Editor Steve Wacker and artist Alex Maleev.
Executive Producer Bruce Timm, director Jay Oliva, writer Bob Goodman and actor Peter Weller celebrated the premiere of "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1," discussing the behind the scenes making of the anticipated film.
An all-star team of "Daredevil" creators examine the final days of the Man Without Fear in "Daredevil: End of Days." CBR spoke with co-writers Brian Bendis and David Mack about the series.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Alex Maleev's cover and Klaus Janson & Bill Sienkiewicz's interiors for "Daredevil: End of Days" #2, written by Brian Michael Bendis and David Mack.
Marvel has released a preview for "Daredevil: End of Days" #1 by the creative team of Brian Michael Bendis, David Mack, Klaus Janson, Alex Maleev and Bill Sienkiewicz. The last days of Daredevil begins October 10.
Brian Michael Bendis has debuted the first look at Bill Sienkiewicz's interior art from Marvel's upcoming "Daredevil: End of Days" miniseries by Bendis, Sienkiewicz, David Mack and Klaus Janson.
Augie digs into the Marvel archives and finally reads Frank Miller's "Daredevil." He covers everything from Murdock's frightening romantic actions to Will Eisner's influence to an attempt at a belated No-Prize regarding Elektra's sais.