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DC Comics has released a preview of "Legion of Super-Heroes" #2 by writer Paul Levitz with art and cover by Yildiray Cinar and a variant by Jim Lee. The comic goes on sale next Wednesday, June 23.
Staring down the Heroic Age, Tim takes a look at two recent comic series reboots - Bendis's "Avengers" and Levitz's "Legion of Super-Heroes" - and explores how they intersect both with each other and the past.
Legendary "Legion of Super-Heroes" writer Paul Levitz returns to the DC Comics title after a twenty year-long hiatus and is joined for the relaunch by up-and-coming artist Yildiray Cinar. CBR News has the details.
Brian Azzarello, James Robinson, Bill Willingham, Paul Levitz, and editor Ian Sattler took the stage at C2E2 to discuss their current and upcoming projects, including "Justice League," Legion of Super Heroes," and "First Wave."
Paul Levitz goes in depth on how he'll change up his take on the future with "Legion of Super-Heroes," explains his expansive plans for "Superman/Batman" and digs into a "House of Mystery" jam script.
The "Adventure Comics" incoming writer is crafting the title's first ever annual and has already penned a "Superman/Batman" annual slated for next summer, which will feature a character from "Batman Beyond."
Brian Hibbs looks back at what Paul Levitz has meant to the Direct Market over the last few decades, and what his exit from DC's executive branch may mean, not only for DC Comics, but for the entire comic book publishing industry.
This week: Here comes the new DC, same as the old DC?; Original graphic novels - threat or menace?; lunatic fringes on the tea party doilies; plus APE, Bertolt Brecht, who's rich now, other notes and the Comics Cover Challenge.
Outgoing DC Comics President & Publisher Paul Levitz and newly appointed DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson talk to CBR News about the restructuring of DC and what it means for comics publishing, multimedia and beyond.
Creators from Marv Wolfman to Keith Giffen and beyond give CBR their first response to the news that Paul Levitz will step down as DC Comics' Publisher and what DC Entertainment could mean for the company's future.
Longtime Publisher and President of DC Comics, Paul Levitz, has released his public letter of resignation via the company's blog, The Source. UPDATE: Levitz named "Adventure Comics" scribe.
Warner Bros. has officially announced that Paul Levitz is to segue from President & Publisher of DC Comics to writer, contributing editor and overall consultant to the new DC Entertainment, under President Diane Nelson.
Warner Bros. Pictures Group President Jeff Robinov has implemented a plan to restructure DC Comics. WB's Diane Nelson has been put in charge of the publisher, with Paul Levitz resigning as President and Publisher.
Scholar, teacher, CBR Reviewer and "Grant Morrison: The Early Years" author Timothy Callahan edits a powerful collection of analytical essays on DC's legendary Legion of Super-Heroes; its history, reinvention and fans.
Just in time for the newest issue of Geoff Johns and George Perez's "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds," Timothy chats with novelist - and lifelong LoSH fan - Barry Lyga about what makes the 31st century so special
Prolific Legion creators Paul Levitz, Keith Giffen, Mike Grell, Geoff Johns, Colleen Doran, and Tom and Mary Beirbaum met with fans at Comic-Con International to discuss the history of DC's teenagers from the future.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art held a day of panels and lectures coinciding with the exhibition, Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy, with John Cassaday, Paul Levitz and Adi Granov.
Mark Evanier, Gail Simone, Paul Levitz and many more friends, family and colleagues of the late Steve Gerber gathered in New York to honor the venerable creator and share memories and stories about his life.