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Receiving a copy of the new "StormWatch" collection from Jim Starlin jogs Ron Marz's memories of his own stint writing the title in its Image Comics incarnation.
With Warren Ellis currently revamping "Moon Knight" for Marvel, CBR looks at some of the writer's most essential contributions to the comics medium.
Multiple DC Comics series, including "Superman Unchained," "Nightwing" and "Justice League of America" are scheduled to wrap this April. UPDATED with comments from Scott Snyder.
DC Comics series "Stormwatch," the last former Wildstorm property with a New 52 ongoing series, is set to end in April 2014 with issue #30.
With his first issue of "Stormwatch" hitting fans' hands this week, Jim Starlin discusses rebuilding the sci-fi/superhero series with '80s DC character The Weird and old-school designs for Midnighter and Apollo.
Artist Scott Clark, best known for his work on the original Image Comics' published "Stormwatch" and DC Comics' "Brightest Day," has passed away at the age of 43.
With his takeover of DC Comics' secret superhero team, Jim Starlin is looking to shake things up as his "WTF" cover reveals The Weird's New 52 debut as classic Authority-era members reappear in "Stoormwatch."
DC Comics EiC Bob Harras and Editorial Director Bobbie Chase debut B&B, an exclusive monthly talk with CBR. This month: New creative teams for "Constantine" and "Birds of Prey," 900 issues of "Detective" and more!
DC Comics has revealed the final covers for the first week of its month of zero issues in September with a number of subtle changes from those shown after the initial announcement.
With issue #12 of his DC Universe vampire epic on sale today, writer Joshua Hale Fialkov explains why the end of the current zombified arc changes the book forever from the incoming #0 to incoming supervillain guest stars.
Peter Milligan spoke with CBR about the future of "Stormwatch," revisiting the classic "Justice League" "one punch" moment, Apollo and Midnighter's burgeoning relationship and the imminent departure of a team member.
Writer Peter Milligan spoke with CBR News about taking over "Stormwatch," his reasons for leaving "Justice League Dark" and what he has in mind for the series' unconventional heroes.
Was "Greatest American Hero" nearly a Superboy TV series? Did Warren Ellis use a loophole to kill off his Stormwatch characters? Plus, a Mutt and Jeff comic about...suicide?!!?
Doug Zawisza gives Paul Cornell and Miguel Sepulveda's "Stormwatch" #6 4 stars, saying of Cornell's final issue, "This is how a writer should end his stay on a book."
DC Comics has announced Peter Milligan will come on as writer for "Stormwatch" beginning with issue #9 in May following his departure from "Justice League Dark."
Series writer Paul Cornell shares his views on Etrigan the demon as a leader, the effect of Camelot's fall on the book and teases what's in store for the Knights in the second arc.
Paul Jenkins' DC Comics workload increases in March as the "Batman: The Dark Knight" writer takes the helm of "Stormwatch" for a two-issue storyline. UPDATE: Paul Cornell announces #6 as his final issue.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Stormwatch" #4. Paul Cornell and Miguel Sepulveda continue to introduce the Wildstorm team to the New 52 on December 7!
CBR spoke with writer Paul Cornell about his new UFO-centric Vertigo series "Saucer Country." He describes the series as "West Wing" does "X-Files" and revealed info on the characters. Updated with art.
The first of DC's New 52 to pull the WildStorm Universe into a new era, "Stormwatch" and writer Paul Cornell serve up a love letter to Warren Ellis, a bad ass Martian Manhunter and the great romance of Apollo and Midnighter.
A new video offers a sneak peek at "Stormwatch" #1, by Paul Cornell and Miguel Sepulveda, part of DC Comics' heavily promoted September relaunch. ROBOT 6 has details.
DC Comics' New 52 Twitter hashtag #52splash continues to reveal advance looks at the publisher's September relaunch today, starting things off with a peek at "Stormwatch" and "Deathstroke."
Yesterday, some of DC Comics' New 52 villains were introduced through the publisher's dedicated Twitter hashtag, and more art has just arrived from "Birds of Prey," "Stormwatch" and more!
A number of DC Comics' new villains were introduced this afternoon via the publisher's dedicated Twitter hashtag and CBR's rounded up all the art and info for your perusal!
Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about being the final writer on "Action Comics" original run, creating new DC Comics characters in "Demon Knights," Apollo and Midnighter's relationship in "Stormwatch" and much more.
DC Comics continues to hint at its October slate, focusing on its Edge line of books including "Stormwatch," "O.M.A.C.," "Blackhawks" and "All-Star Western."
Hugo-nominated writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR about the revamped "Stormwatch," and its surprising new lineup including the Martian Manhunter, as well as the title's importance in the new DCU.
The next wave of relaunch titles from DC Comics includes Paul Cornell's DC/WildStorm mashup of "Stormwatch," new series for "Deathstroke" and "Sgt. Rock" and Dan Didio's "OMAC."
As 2008 readies to give way to 2009, Augie ruminates on Top Ten lists, talks about comics he hasn't read, and shares some great scans from early Image comics. You won't believe what he's come up with!
Everyone remembers "The Authority." Augie looks back on the two years' worth of comics that preceded it this week, with Warren Ellis' "StormWatch." How does the series that made Ellis a star hold up, 12 years later? Pretty well.
Marvel Comics editor Nick Lowe and superstar "Fantastic Four" and "The Authority" illustrator Bryan Hitch met with fans at Comic-Con International last weekend to discuss the artist's career and creative process.