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Archaia presents the second chapter of Marguerite Bennett and Antonio Fuso's "Butterfly," on sale this Wednesday, October 22.
Opening with the statement "This is our house," the discussion of the Women of DC Entertainment panel was focused solely on the creation of comics.
Chris Claremont, Marguerite Bennett & Todd Nauck's offer an "introspective, highly emotional character piece" that says goodbye to an old friend.
Everything the Wonders of Earth 2 have fought could be destroyed as writers Tom Taylor & Marguerite Bennett bring World's End to DC's "Earth 2."
The recently revived Kurt Wagner struggles with his friend's death in "Nightcrawler" #7 by Chris Claremont, Marguerite Bennett & Todd Nauck.
Female creators from across Marvel (plus Axel Alonso) gathered at Comic-Con International to discuss the impact women have at the company.
From "Batman Eternal" to "Earth 2: World's End," DC Comics focused on all its currently announced weekly series.
Writers Kieron Gillen & Marguerite Bennett tell CBR about their new "Angela" ongoing series which finds the character plying her deadly skills to balance debts.
Check out an exclusive first look at the first four issues of DC Comics' "Earth 2: World's End" by Daniel H. Wilson, Marguerite Bennett, Mike Johnson & more.
DC Comics' "Earth 2" shakes things up with Marguerite Bennett joining Tom Taylor as a co-writer, and Andy Smith taking over from Nicola Scott.
"Grace of Monaco" screenwriter Arash Amel teams with Marguerite Bennett and artist Antonio Fuso for his generational super-spy epic "Butterfly."
John Constantine is one of the many new concepts Tom Taylor plans to add to "Injustice: Year Three" as the series returns to its weekly digital format.
Marguerite Bennett discusses her and artist Jorge Coelho's "Sleepy Hollow" comic, which takes place between the episodes of the hit Fox show.
An assemblage of comic book pros gathered at Special Edition NYC to address the current state of the female superhero.
Marvel EIC Axel Alonso comments on reports that "Fantastic Four" may be headed for hiatus, and what's in store for the Sorcerer Supreme.
DC Comics had made a third weekly official, announcing "Earth 2: World's End" with Tom Taylor, Paul Levitz and Marguerite Bennett and more contributing.
Marguerite Bennett and a team of artists deliver a "well-rounded, thoughtfully developed Lois" in DC Comics' "Superman: Lois Lane" #1.
Things get a little unhinged in this preview for Marguerite Bennett and Meghan Hetrick's "Batman: Joker's Daughter" one-shot.
DC has released an early look at Marguerite Bennett's one-shot starring DC's twisted Villains Month character, Joker's Daughter.
Writer Marguerite Bennett explores the importance of Lois Jane and explains Joker's Daughter's comic madness vs. real mental illness.
Writer Marguerite Bennett takes on "Superman: Lois Lane" and "Batman: Joker's Daughter" New 52 one-shots debuting February.
Marguerite Bennett and Ben Oliver's "Justice League" #23.2 serves as an introduction to the new Lobo, "a sleek, clean character who looks more like a metrosexual galactic version of Skinner Sweet than the clichéd biker ruffian."
DC Comics has released a preview of the first appearance of the new New 52 take on the Main Man in "Justice League: Lobo" #23.2. The issue, by Marguerite Bennett and Ben Oliver, is on sale now.
With the controversial redesign of Lobo hitting online this week, a previously-released but mostly overlooked page from "Justice League" #23.2 by artist Ben Oliver gives a more accurate glimpse at the Main Man's new look.
Writer Marguerite Bennett assures fans the lewd and violent interstellar bounty hunter “is much bigger, meaner and nastier” than the concept art DC Comics released for the new-look Lobo would lead them to believe.
DC Comics has introduced a younger, slicker "Villains Month" version of Lobo, retconning over the Rob Liefeld version who made his New 52 debut in the pages of "Deathstroke."
With her first comics gig as co-writer with Scott Snyder of "Batman Annual" #2 under her belt, Marguerite Bennett is ready to unleash her horror chops on the DC Universe with a gritty Villains Month take on Lobo.