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Writer Bryan Q. Miller and cover artist Cat Staggs say goodbye to "Smallville Season 11," and discuss Superman's growth during the digital series.
Miller explains his multi-layered storytelling technique, teases future apperances by classic DC characters and sets up the upcoming "Chaos" arc.
With the launch of "Smallville: Alien," Bryan Q. Miller discusses the continuation of DC Comics' digital-first "Smallville Season 11."
With the success of "Batman '66" and "Smallville Season 11, "Tom Bondurant, considers what other DC-inspired movies and TV series are ripe for digital comics.
Though "Smallville Season 11" is coming to a close, the DC Comics digital-first series will continue on, transitioning into a series of miniseries, starting in November with "Smallville: Alien."
Writer Bryan Q. Miller discusses Wonder Woman's "Smallville Season 11" debut, explaining how he'll introduce her to the series' mythos and how David E. Kelley's failed pilot derailed the TV show's plans for Diana.
After introducing DC Universe staples ranging from Batman and Nightwing to Monsieur Mallah and the Brain to the world of "Smallville Season 11," writer Bryan Q. Miller is turning his attention to Wonder Woman.
More than four years after the character last appeared on television, Lana Lang will return in DC Comics’ digital-first series "Smallville Season 11."
Following some confusion at Friday’s Superman panel, DC Comics confirmed today that Stephanie Brown won’t be appearing as Nightwing in "Smallville Season 11." As rumored, she’ll be replaced by Barbara Gordon.
When asked by a fan in a Stephanie Brown costume if rumors of the character's removal from "Smallville Season 11" are true, the answers provided by Superman panelists were less than illuminating.
Bryan Q. Miller shared his thoughts with CBR on Batman's arrival in Metropolis in the digital first series "Smallville: Season 11," Stephanie Brown taking on the role of Nightwing and changing the Dark Knight's costume.
Stephanie Brown will join the Dark Knight's first appearance in DC's digital-first "Smallville Season 11" #5 by Brian Q. Miller with art by ChrisCross.
The team-up "Smallville" fans clamored for for years but never saw due to legal hurdles finally occurs when Clark Kent meets Batman and Robin in the pages of DC Comics' digital-first "Smallville: Season 11" #5.
In the wake of the debut of "Smallville: Season 11," DC Comics has announced more "digital first" titles to hit in the coming months, including an original Batman series featuring work by Jeff Lemire, Damon Lindelof and others.
"Smallville" writer Bryan Q. Miller is set to expand Clark Kent's universe with a new digital-first series exploring the world of Superman, Lex Luthor, Chloe Sullivan and the rest of the cast following the TV series' conclusion.