Examining "Rebirth's" Treatment of Legacy & Promise of a Less "Grimdark" DC Universe
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The Calendar Man cometh as a bold new era for Batman begins as part of DC Comics' Rebirth by Scott Snyder, Tom King and Mikel Janin.
Tom King and Michael Walsh "enlarge the stakes and add tension to a rapidly accelerating tragedy" in "The Vision" #7.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads create "a sick feeling as the wrongs pile up" in "The Sheriff of Babylon" #6.
Writer Tom King tells CBR about his plans for the VIsion and his synthezoid family, the secrets that have been exposed and the answers yet to come.
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's "The Vision" #6 concludes with "the storytelling equivalent of a mic drop."
DC has selected 24 creators at random to reimagine the classic Kirby Cool creation, in the spirit of 1985's "DC Challenge."
Chris and Fatima share their experiences of the War on Terror while neither can sleep in Vertigo's "Sheriff of Babylon" by Tom King & Mitch Gerads.
Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda's "The Omega Men" "is a smart series that never takes the easy way out and rewards readers more and more each issue."
Following the announcement of his exclusive deal with DC Comics, Tom King promised he would see "The Vision" through its 12-issue run at Marvel Comics.
DC Comics has announced exclusive deals with "Omega Men" writer Tom King, "Poison Ivy" artist Clay Mann and "Harley Quinn" artist John Timms.
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's "The Vision" #4 "never loses its slow-motion-car-wreck suspense and admirably resists easy answers."
Tom King explains how he and Gabriel Walta's tale of the synthezoid Avenger melds horror, sci-fi, comedy and superheroics into a unique comic.
"More than any other superhero book, Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda's 'The Omega Men' #8 makes the reader feel large-scale injustice and tragedy."
Changes are coming to DC Comics' "Grayson," with Tim Seeley & Tom King stepping off the book and Jackson Lanzing & Collin Kelly coming on board.
Taylor, a wannabe Robin, faces a hard choice as the Robins gather to fight the Owls in the epic finale from Tom King, Khary Randolph and more.
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's "The Vision" #3 is "brilliant in how well it still fits in with... the rest of Marvel's comics."
Tom King, Barnaby Bagenda and Ig Guara's "The Omega Men" #7 "blows its competition out of the water."
"Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's 'The Vision' #2 continues to be the big surprise in Marvel's All-New, All-Different relaunch."
"Tom King and Mitch Gerads immerse you so fully you'll yearn to escape, even as you're desperate for more" in "Sheriff of Babylon" #1.
"Hopefully, the rest of the storyline can keep up with the high standards set by" Tom King, Jorge Corona, Rob Haynes and more's "Robin War" #1.
Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's "The Vision" #1 "is a pleasant surprise that delivers an intriguing take on humanity and superheroism."
Tim Seeley, Tom King and Mikel Janin "combine character-based comedy with high action and breathtaking stunts" in "Grayson" #13.
DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio spoke with CBR TV about "Dark Knight III," Lee's return to "All-Star Batman & Robin" and DC Super Hero Girls.
Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda's "The Omega Men" #5 is "not just as good as you've been told, it's even better" in issue #5.
Some of the biggest creators on DC's Bat-books -- including Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and Peter Tomasi -- talk the Gotham family at NYCC.
The Vision is your average synthezoid, with a wife, two kids, and the American dream in Tom King & Gabriel Hernandez Walta's new Marvel ongoing.
Lee says the recently canceled cosmic series was swiftly resurrected due to overwhelming fan response.
To celebrate Batman Day, the creators currently writing the Bat-family books came together and teased what's coming for the Dark Knight.
DC Comics canceled "The Omega Men" before reviving the series a few days later, and it's not the first time DC has brought a title back to life.
"Omega Men," by writer Tom King and artist Barnaby Bagenda, has been given a reprieve from DC Comics, with the book slated to run though issue #12.
CBR has learned that "Justice League United," "Gotham By Midnight," "Omega Men," "Doomed" and "Lobo" will come to a close at DC Comics.
Tom King and Toby Cypress' "The Omega Men" #4 is "intelligent, devious and determined to make you squirm."
In a new series by Tom King, Gabriel Hernandez Walta & Jordie Bellaire, the Vision adjusts to suburban life with a wife and children of his creation.
"Readers will find themselves pulled further into the Spyral" thanks to "Tim Seeley, Tom King and Mikel Janín's innovative work" in "Grayson" #11.
King tells CBR definitively that Kyle Rayner is the main character of "Omega Men," and shares Tony Cypress art retelling the hero's iconic origin story.
In "The Omega Men" #3, "Tom King shows the variety available in this series, and Barnaby Bagenda's art keeps up without missing a beat."
Ted Rall fires back in dispute with LA Times and LAPD! Stan Lee gets philosophical! "Grayson's" Tom King on moving from CIA to comics! Plus much more!
"Tim Seeley and Tom King's story in 'Grayson' #10 is fun and full of spy action, but it's Mikel Janin's superstar art that ultimately steals the show."
DC's mature readers imprint introduced a slew of new titles -- a dozen in all -- that will launch weekly starting in October, plus much more!
Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, James Tynion IV, Babs Tarr and more talk about DC's modern heroes as well as the return of Cassandra Cain.