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CBR has the exclusive first look at Yanick Paquette's ("Swamp Thing") variant covers for "Justice League" #s 5-8.
Tim Seeley explains why change is the one constant in Dick's world, and how the character remains the same one fans love despite it.
Tim Seeley & Yanick Paquette build on past glories, celebrating pre-Flashpoint aspects of the character while setting the stage for all-new challenges and foes.
Dick Grayson returns to Gotham, and his superheroing ways, in this first look at the former-Batman protege's Rebirth relaunch.
DC Comics has provided CBR with a half-dozen more character designs, including Tony Daniel's take on Wonder Woman.
Dick Grayson is back in blue! The former Robin returns to his superhero roots in first looks at DC Comics' "Nightwing: Rebirth" & "Nightwing" #1!
The "All-Star Superman" scribe also discussed his approach to Wonder Woman, his favorite character in the graphic novel and more.
CBR used the Lasso of Truth to force writer Grant Morrison to spill secrets about DC's highly anticipated OGN illustrated by Yanick Paquette.
Scott Snyder, James Tynion and Yanick Paquette prove that "even without the tragedy in his heart, Bruce Wayne is still a great man" in "Batman" #49.
Bruce Wayne is back in action in Snyder & Paquette's freshly released "Batman" #49, and it didn't happen the way you might expect. SPOILERS!
A mantle is reclaimed in DC Comics' "Batman" #49 by Scott Snyder & Yanick Paquette, who plunge Bruce Wayne into the Batcave -- and maybe madness.
In Scott Snyder and guest artist Yanick Paquette's "Batman" #49, Bruce Wayne must face his past and decide who he really is.
"Injustice: Gods Among Us" writer Tom Taylor announced he'll collaborate with artist Robson Rocha for a "short run" on DC's "Batman/Superman."
DC Comics has released the cover art and solicitation text for Grant Morrison and Paquette's anticipated graphic novel.
The writer says he understands why Zack Snyder's take on the icon is so aggressive, but it's "not what William Marston wanted."
Yanick Paquette and Cliff Chiang provide covers for "The Multiversity: Ultra Comics," "Batman/Superman" and "Batman Eternal."
Henry Cavill and Amy Adams took a dousing while on the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" set, as the Ice Bucket Challenges keep coming.
Superstar writer Grant Morrison tells CBR TV about channeling inner demons in "Annihilator" and why he's been talking "The Multiversity" for years.
CBR has an exclusive first look at DC's monstrous October variants, including Ryan Ottley's "The Flash," Gene Ha's "New Teen Titans" & more.
Grant Morrison's remarks about eroticism and S&M in early "Wonder Woman" comics left many wondering what direction he planned to take in "Wonder Woman: Earth One," and ROBOT 6 has some answers.
Sparked by a comment from "Wonder Woman: Earth One" artist Yanick Paquette, ROBOT 6's Michael May considers the reasoning behind Wonder Woman's red, white and blue costume.
DC Collectibles has shared an exclusive first look at the brand new deluxe Swamp Thing action figure based on Yanick Paquette's New 52 designs set to appear in stores in December.
New art and details have surfaced online for "Wonder Woman Earth One" and "Multiversity," Grant Morrison's post-"Batman Incorporated" projects for DC Comics.
Doug Zawisza gives "Swamp Thing" #18 by Scott Snyder with art by Yanick Paquette 4 stars, calling Snyder's final issue of the series and "Rotworld" epilogue "poignant and on target."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Swamp Thing" #18 by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette. The "Rotworld" epilogue goes on sale March 6.
It's the end of "Rotworld" as we know it and Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder feel fine. CBR News discusses the end of the horror epic with the writers of "Animal Man" and "Swamp Thing."
Greg McElhatton gives "Swamp Thing" #16 by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette 4 stars, saying the creative team has "a strong sense of how to create a comic that's as much adventure as it is horror."
"Swamp Thing" writer Scott Snyder has confirmed what the DC Comics solicitations only hinted: that he and artist Yanick Paquette will end their well-regarded run on the series with March's Issue 18.
Doug Zawisza gives "Swamp Thing" #14 4 stars, calling the "Rotworld" issue by writer Scott Snyder and artist Yanick Paquette "familiar and creepy, unexpected and exciting."
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Swamp Thing" #13, the first chapter of "Rotworld: The Green Kingdom" by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette, on sale October 3.
DC Comics' All Access panel brings together panelists Jason Fabok, Fancis Manapul, Jimmy Palmiotti, Yanick Paquette, Marcus To and editor Bobbie Chase to discuss the latest developments in the DCU.
"Animal Man's" Jeff Lemire and "Swamp Thing's" Scott Snyder tell CBR "Rotworld" isn't an Elseworlds story and the future of the DCU is at stake in the upcoming elemental crossover.
Colorist Nathan Fairbairn spoke with CBR News about collaborating with Bryan Lee O'Malley and bringing color to the massively successful "Scott Pilgrim" series for Oni Press.
CBR News spoke extensively with Scott Snyder in a 2-part interview about his work, with today's second installment covering his DC New 52 relaunch of "Swamp Thing" with artist Yanick Paquette.
This week, the Green goes art nouveau, the War on Drugs goes psychedelic, Miles Morales goes to Aunt May and Gwen Stacy, "Fatale" goes for its gun and the title of "Fairest" cover goes to...
Doug Zawisza gives "Swamp Thing" #7 5 stars, calling the New 52 title by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette "a perfect mix of horror, action and magnificent big screen visual spectacles that updates a classic DC brand."
Eisner-nominated writer Jeff Lemire spoke to CBR about this week's "Animal Man" #7 and teases the future of his his critically-acclaimed series, as well as a crossover with "Swamp Thing."
Greg McElhatton gives Scott Snyder and Marco Rudy's "Swamp Thing" #6 4 stars, saying that the acclaimed DC Comics title "continues to move from strength to strength."
Doug Zawisza gives Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette's "Swamp Thing" #5 4.5 stars, calling the series "unlike anything DC has offered in the past decade...creepy comics with believable characters."
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of "Swamp Thing" #5 by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette. The critically acclaimed team's run continues on January 4.