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Marvel has released a first look at the many stories contained in the "All-New Marvel NOW! Point One" #1 anthology issue, in stores Jan. 8.
With his first issue of "Green Lantern" on sale, writer Robert Venditti talks to CBR News about the new Green Lantern Corps recruits, Relic and plans for his DC Villains Month one-shot.
In this week's spotlight on comic book Easter eggs, CSBG takes a look at some found in Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" run, including a number of references to 1938, the year of Superman's debut!
A new series of black-and-white variant covers by Rags Morales will debut the origins of incoming "Green Lantern" villain Relic before being completed as interior art for new writer Robert Venditti's September issue.
Doug Zawisza gives Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' final issue of "Action Comics" 4 stars, saying it "celebrates the Man of Steel, his supporting cast, his heritage and his legacy."
DC Comics has released a preview of writer Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" #18, his final issue on the title, with art by Rags Morales and Brad Walker. The extra-sized finale goes on sale March 20.
The grand finale of Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Brad Walker's run on "Action Comics" features a time-spanning variant cover by "Daredevil" artist Paolo Rivera showcasing Superman's final battle.
Grant Morrison's run on "Action Comics" has been extended by an issue, and the writer tells CBR about how he'll cap off his reinvention of Superman with a more frightening take on the Fifth Dimension.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Terry and Rachel Dodson's variant cover for "Action Comics" #17 featuring the evolution of Superman from child to adult and Rags Morales' black and white variant.
Greg McElhatton gives "Action Comics" #15 4.5 stars, saying the issue written by Grant Morrison with art by Brad Walker and Rags Morales "promises to end the run on a high note."
At New York Comic Con, DC Comics writers Grant Morrison, Andy Diggle, artist Mahmud Asrar and more spoke about their titles' futures and announced Jim Lee and Scott Snyder's new Superman project.
Artist Rags Morales used celebrities as the inspirations for many characters in DC's "Identity Crisis" including Batman. Superman and Wonder Woman! Come see who he used for each character!
CBR contributor Alan Kistler explores the second issue of Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics," discovering the history and Easter Eggs behind the Man of Steel's first New 52 storyarc.
CBR contributor Alan Kistler delves deep into Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" #1, revealing the history and Easter Eggs behind the Man of Steel's first New 52 appearance.
DC has revealed a first look at Gary Frank's variant cover for "Action Comics" #8 written by Grant Morrison with art by Rags Morales. The conclusion to the first "Action Comics" arc hits April 4.
DC has revealed Chris Burnham's variant cover for "Action Comics" #7 written by Grant Morrison with art by Rags Morales and Rick Bryant. The issue hits stores March 7.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert's "Action Comics" #6. The issue, featuring several version of the Legion of Super-Heroes, hits stores February 1!
DC Comics has released a preview of "Action Comics" #4, featuring Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' New 52 debut of Steel! Featuring a back-up Steel story by Sholly Fisch and Brad Walker, the issue goes on sale December 7.
With Grant Morrison reinventing John Henry Irons for the New 52, the writer has tapped "Batman: The Brave & The Bold" scribe Sholly Fisch to tell stories of Steel in "Action Comics."
CBR's Greg McElhatton gives "Action Comics" #3 4 stars, saying Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Gene Ha have created his "favorite issue of the [series] to date."
Chad Nevett gives "Action Comics" #2 3.5 stars, calling Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Brent Anderson's take on Superman "a bold reworking of the character [that has] made for some highly entertaining comics."
Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' Superman takes things back to the character's roots in the newly relaunched "Action Comics." We spoke with Morrison about his inspirations and plans for DC's biggest icon.
DC Comics has released Jim Lee's cover for his and Geoff Johns' "Justice League" #4 while providing CBR with the exclusive debut of Rags Morales' cover for the Grant Morrison-scripted "Action Comics" #4.
James hunt has given "Action Comics" #1 5 stars calling Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' relaunch of Superman's long-running title "a complete success...it's tough to imagine a comic more worthy of the legacy."
With the first issue of Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" #1 hitting stands today, DC Comics has released Ethan Van Sciver's variant cover for the second issue.
The results of CBR's second survey on DC Comics' New 52 titles are in, and while big books like "Action Comics" and Scott Snyder's work made gains, the middle ground seems to have evened out as fans prepare for September.
A brand-new, fast-paced take on the Man of Steel debuts in December as Grant Morrison describes his reinvention of Superman as a blue collar folk hero with Rags Morales in "Action Comics."
The New York Post has unveiled a new cover by Rags Morales for "Action Comics" #1 featuring a Superman whom Grant Morrison describes as "a 21st-century Paul Bunyan." ROBOT 6 has details.
DC Comics has released Rags Morales' variant cover for the August 3 shipping "Flashpoint" #4 featuring the alternate reality's version of Captain Marvel and the Marvel Family.
CBR's DC Comics relaunch survey results are in, with Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's "Justice League" narrowly edging out Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" #1 as this September's most anticipated title!
The acclaimed writer behind "All-Star Superman" and the artist of "Identity Crisis" will redefine the Man of Steel as Grant Morrison and Rags Morales create a new "Action Comics" #1. UPDATED: With full Superman creative teams.
DC has announced artists J.H. Williams III, Dave Gibbons, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Rags Morales and Dan Jurgens are all contributing to the previously announced "DCU: Legacies."
Brian Azzarello and Rags Morales spoke with CBR News and shed some new light onto DC's new pulp-comic crossover title, "First Wave," which features Doc Savage, Will Eisner's Spirit and a different type of Batman.
Brian Azzarello and Rags Morales reinvention of iconic heroes from Doc Savage to The Spirit to Batman has its first full color pages see the light of day in advance of the universe-building "First Wave" #1 this March.
Batman has guns. Black Canary is black. And Chop Chop is leading the Blackhawks. Welcome to Brian Azzarello’s pulp inspired DCU where the writer is the only one with superpowers.
Rags Morales returns to the team that made him a household name and explains why he's out to fix his "Identity Crisis" mistakes, explore the most classic modes of drawing, and avoid the pitfalls of waiting for the trade
PRESS RELEASE: Baltimore Comic-Con adds Gene Colan, Alex Robinson, Rags Morales and Sean McKeever to it's 2008 guest list