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Van Jensen and Matthew Southworth are set to adapt Ian Fleming's classic James Bond novel for Dynamite Entertainment.
The Nine Families have watched our world in secret since before memory, but they will be threatened in Van Jensen & Pete Woods' new Dark Horse book.
The Riddler takes control of Central City and the Flash is putting everyone at risk in Van Jensen & Jesus Merino's "The Flash" #52.
Van Jensen and Ron Salas will bring Steve Austin to Dynamite Entertainment in "Six Million Dollar Man: Fall of Man," an all-new series.
Writer Van Jensen has announced that he is in the process of concluding a nearly two-year long stint on "The Flash."
"The Flash" co-scribe unearths the seedy underbelly of conspiracy theories and a grisly true crime murder in two new Dark Horse series.
Robert Venditti and Van Jensen share secrets about the supervillain currently running circles around the Flash and his father: Professor Zoom!
Some incoming freshmen are refusing to read Alison Bechdel's memoir! The growth of LGBTQ comics! Van Jensen interviews Jeff Parker! Plus much more!
Professor Zoom travels through time and assembles a hunting party to kill Barry Allen in Van Jensen & Bong Dazo's "The Flash Annual" #4 from DC.
The core pantheon of the DCU embrace change from Cyborg's sci-fi war within to Wonder Woman's mission to save Donna Troy.
If Barry can escape the Speed Force, he'll still need to put an end to the Future Flash's murderous plans in Venditti, Jensen & Booth's "Flash" #40.
In this installment, ROBOT 6 checks in with Tim Seeley, Dustin Weaver, Sarah Glidden, Rachel Deering, Joe Keatinge and more!
Is The Flash the world's deadliest killer? Find out Dec. 24 in DC Comics' "The Flash" #37 by Robert Venditti, Van Jensen and Brett Booth.
Writer Van Jensen and artist Bernard Chang discuss the current Green Lantern crossover, gender identity subtext and the future of John Stewart.
"The Flash" writers discuss having multiple Scarlet Speedsters and what happens when even superheroes look back (and forward) on their lives.
The minds behind "Green Lantern: Godhead" discuss introducing the New Gods to the New 52 at New York Comic Con 2014.
Creators address importance of Banned Books Week! CBLDF's Charles Brownstein talks censorship! Interviews with Stan Lee, Robert Venditti and Van Jensen! More!
Comparing Stewart to Walter White, "GLC" writer Van Jensen tells CBR about the Shadow Empire and introducing something even more deadly than the New Gods.
DC Comics' month-long examination of "five years later" continues with "Green Lantern Corps: Futures End" #1, by Van Jensen and Igor Lima.
Geoff Johns, David Finch, Charles Soule and more team up for a wide ranging discussion of the DCU with reborn Wonder Woman villains, fun in "Justice League" and more.
Jon Stewart tries to keep his team alive in the face of the shapeshifting Durlans in Van Jensen & Bernard Chang's "Green Lantern Corps" #32.
"X-O Manowar" and "Green Lantern" writer Robert Venditti tells CBR TV about his current "Flash" run for DC Comics, long form storytelling and his first novel.
Robert Venditti and Van Jensen discuss "The Flash," including Wally West's New 52 status quo and the series' "Futures End" synchronicity.
"Attack on Titan" continues its conquest! What's in the comiXology deal for Amazon? Interviews with G. Willow Wilson and Van Jensen! Plus more!
Van Jensen discusses "Uprising," his next, Durlan-fueled "Green Lantern Corps" arc, revealing that a fan favorite GL will soon make their New 52 debut.
New "Flash" writers Robert Venditti & Van Jensen explain their plans for Barry Allen and Wally West, but wouldn't confirm the latter's New 52 role.
Artist Brett Booth has revealed more details on the soon-to-debut New 52 Wally West, including that he appears on an already released cover.
Writers Robert Venditti & Van Jensen and artist Brett Booth take on "The Flash" in April, including a much-requested return from Wally West.
"Lights Out" changes "Green Lantern" forever, and writer Robert Venditti tells CBR News about the Corps' future and John Stewart's "Zero Year" tie-in.
On the final day of New York Comic Con, Robert Venditti, Charles Soule, Justin Jordan, Van Jensen and Bernard Chang discussed "Lights Out" and all the latest in DC Comics' Green Lantern franchise.
Green Lantern" writer Robert Venditti and "Green Lantern Corps" Van Jensen discuss the "Lights Out" event, their "Zero Year" issue and John Stewart's New 52 past.
As "Lights Out" draws near, DC Comics debuts a new preview of the event, showcasing Bernard Chang's art from "Green Lantern Corps" #24. The issue, co-written by Van Jensen and Robert Venditti, hits stores Oct. 9
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lantern Corps" #22 by Van Jensen, Robert Venditti & Bernard Chang. John Stewart is forced to make a choice about the new Corps while a dire threat looms July 10.
"Green Lantern Corps" #21, the first issue of Van Jensen and Robert Venditti’s tenure, features an obvious wink and nod to the March controversy surrounding word that DC Comics had plans to kill off John Stewart.
New architects behind DC's "Green Lantern" universe Robert Venditti, Van Jensen, Justin Jordan and Charles Soule discuss the future of the franchise at HeroesCon 2013.
Incoming writer Van Jensen shares his plans for testing John Stewart's life as a GL in "Green Lantern Corps," explaining exactly how he'll change Oa, Fatality and more.
"Demon Knights" writer Robert Venditti talks about sending the team on a quest for the Holy Grail and the challenge of putting his own stamp on the characters, plus weighs in on "Green Lantern."
After the news hit that writer Joshua Fialkov would leave DC Comics' "Green Lantern Corps" & "Red Lanterns," the publisher has announced Robert Venditti, Van Jensen and Charles Soule as the new writers.
Courtesy of writer Van Jensen, artist Dusty Higgins and SLG Publishing, ROBOT 6 is proud to present the entire first issue of the final "Pinocchio Vampire Slayer" story before its digital release later this month.
With the final volume of their "Pinocchio Vampire Slayer" trilogy set to debut digitally this month, writer Van Jensen and artist Dusty Higgins reflect on what the series has meant to them, what they're doing next and more.