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The Man of Steel begins to say his goodbyes in Peter Tomasi and Paul Pelletier's "Action Comics" #51.
With DC's "Rebirth" titles impending, Ron Marz recounts his own experiences juggling scripts on comics that shipped more frequently than monthly.
Tim Seeley, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Paul Pelletier's "Batman and Robin Eternal" #2 has "all the best parts of the Bat Universe."
A major character from the Bat-past is back in "Batman and Robin Eternal," and fron and center on the cover of the series' third issue.
Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier "give fans of specific solo characters moments to smile over" in "Justice League United" #13.
In November, "Justice League United" unites military-themed heroes Sgt. Rock, Enemy Ace and more. CBR has the exclusive first details.
Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV are set to return to weekly Bat-tales with "Batman & Robin Eternal," and a "Robin War" is looming.
Aquaman's mother is alive -- but she wants her son dead! Get a first look at DC Comics' "Aquaman" #39 by Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier.
With his biggest arc yet, the writer brings guest stars galore, shows why DC's sea king is global and weighs in on Jason Momoa's movie casting.
It's the king of Atlantis against the creation of a surface world mad scientist in Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier's "Aquaman" #32!
"Aquaman" writer Jeff Parker discusses the Wonder Woman team-up in his "Annual," Mera's role as underwater queen and politician and much more.
Swamp Thing guest-stars in a compelling issue of "Aquaman" #31 by Jeff Parker, Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons and more.
Out of nowhere, Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier's version of Aquaman has won Brett White over, and he can hardly believe it.
The new "Sea of Storms" arc brings with it the debut of new writer Jeff Parker, who teams with artists Paul Pelletier & Netho Diaz for "Aquaman" #26!
Jeff Parker discusses writing DC Comics' post-Geoff Johns "Aquaman," picking up the threads from "Death Of A King" and heading into "Seven Seas."
DC Entertainment chief creative officer Geoff Johns ends his writing "Aquaman" run with the conclusion of "Death of a King," on sale Nov. 27.
Paul Pelletier brings life to Geoff Johns' penultimate issue of "Aquaman," a story that's "one of the strongest within an already-impressive title."
"Aquaman" artist Paul Pelletier discusses re-bearding DC Comics' Atlantean king, Larry Bird's influence on his comics career and the challenge in choreographing underwater battles.
As he prepares to take over the series from Geoff Johns, writer Jeff Parker has plans to make "Aquaman's" world bigger with an expanded rogues gallery, new threats for king and country and plenty of shark punching.
John Ostrander and Manuel Garcia welcome The Others back to "Aquaman" on May 22 when the Atlantean king's former team reunites and welcomes a new member in order to save the world.
Doug Zawisza gives "Aquaman" #19 written by Geoff Johns with art by Paul Pelletier 4 stars, calling the issue "one of the most enjoyable books on the racks nowadays, and certainly a reliably entertaining read from DC."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Aquaman" #18 by Geoff Johns & Paul Pelletier. Aquaman attempts to solve an ancient murder mystery while Mera embarks on her own quest March 27.
Doug Zawisza gives "Aquaman" #17 4.5 stars, saying Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier's "Throne of Atlantis" epilogue "sets the table and preps adventures to come while addressing all aspects of the character."
Doug Zawisza gives "Aquaman" #16 by Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier 4.5 stars, saying the creative team "collaborates nicely to fill each panel, regardless of orientation, with action, character and detail."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Aquaman" #16, a "Throne of Atlantis" tie-in by Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier. The monstrous Trench force Aquaman to make an impossible choice January 30.
The new artist behind "Aquaman's" adventures dives into his half of "Throne of Atlantis," and Paul Pelletier explains how he's following Ivan Reis while making his mark on the Justice League, Darkseid and more.
Under writer Geoff Johns, two of DC Comics best-selling franchises go to war with an underwater nation, as the CCO explains how "Aquaman" and "Justice League" both stand to change from Ocean Master's "Throne of Atlantis."
"Wolverine" and "Fearless Defenders" writer Cullen Bunn talks about wrapping up his run with the best there is at what he does as the post-"AvX" Marvel Universe new world order takes shape.
Just in time for the incoming "Throne of Atlantis" crossover with "Justice League," Paul Pelletier returns to DC Comics to draw "Aquaman." The artist assured CBR: He's ready for Geoff Johns' master plan.
Doug Zawisza gives "Wolverine" #305 by Cullen Bunn and Paul Pelletier 4 stars saying Pelletier's art "not only lives up to expectations, but far exceeds them."
Cullen Bunn, Wolverine's newest writer, talks about cold-blooded killing, family, and hypnotizes you into buying his book -- really! Plus exclusive art!
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Fear Itself: The Fearless" #12! Learn the fate of Valkyrie in the story's final chapter, in stores April 4!
A new era begins in April for one of the Marvel U's most dangerous mutants as writer Cullen Bunn takes over "Wolverine." CBR News spoke with him about his plans for the series.
CBR News spoke with co-writer Cullen Bunn about the race to retrieve the mystical hammers of the Serpent in "Fear Itself: The Fearless," which begins its second leg January 4th with #6.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Fear Itself: The Fearless" #4. Written by Matt Fraction, Cullen Bunn and Chris Yost with art by Mark Bagley and Paul Pelettier, the issue hits December 7.
Wolverine faces off against Crossbones in an exclusive preview of Marvel's January-shipping "The Fearless" #7, featuring art by series co-artist Mark Bagley.
James Hunt gives Marvel's "Fear Itself: The Fearless" #1 4 stars calling the multiple creator-driven series a "well done" start in providing answers to questions left open at the end of "Fear Itself."
Marvel has released an early preview of "Fear Itself: The Fearless" #1, set to debut in October from the creative team of Matt Fraction, Cullen Bunn, Chris Yost, Mark Bagley & Paul Pelletier.
Doug Zawisza gives the final issue of "Incredible Hulks" 4 stars saying Greg Pak and Paul Pellettier's send-off to the jade giant contains "riveting storytelling."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Incredible Hulks" #635, the epic finale to Greg Pak's run on the title with art by Paul Pelletier, on sale 8/31.