Frank Miller’s Dark Knight series has, for better or worse, been one of the most highly influential pieces of Batman media in decades—and a return to that universe is one that usually could be fraught with danger. But the first issue of The Master Race has some surprising twists to it that leave us wanting to know…
More than 11 years after it was first revealed, Batman Europa’s first issue has finally hit store shelves. While its globetrotting story of a tenuous partnership between the Joker and Batman isn’t particularly shocking yet, it more than makes up for that setup with some truly amazing art.
Author Brian Azzarello's Wonder Woman has been one of our favorite books of the DC Comics relaunch, what with its profoundly creepy take on Greek mythology and the Olympic pantheon's political machinations.
You may remember comic scribe Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso from their critically acclaimed crime comic book 100 Bullets. Now, the duo is tackling dystopian science fiction with their new DC/Vertigo series Spaceman. Check out an exclusive five-page preview of next week's extremely grimy issue.
Two stupidly good comics are out tomorrow! One is about the hulking, living detritus of a clandestine NASA operation, the other is about Wolverine starring in a mutant-centric version of Yo Teach! Flights of fancy, ahoy!
When we last spoke with Wonder Woman writer Brian Azzarello, he told us that the Greek pantheon were a back-stabbing, duplicitous bunch. But apparently the gods have some unresolved paternity issues to boot. In November's issue of Wonder Woman, the superheroine will find out who her father is.
Today, a new Wonder Woman series hits stands, replete with centaurs, scheming gods, and a stern and taciturn Amazonian heroine.
At the Crack Bang Boom comic convention in Rosario, Argentina, 100 Bullets scribe Brian Azzarello and illustrator Eduardo Risso announced that they would be teaming up again for Spaceman, a scifi comic in the same vein as Blade Runner.
The New York Comic Con is a frothing bouillabaisse overflowing with panels and pageantry. Here are some of the juicier news bites to come out of Javits Center this weekend.
If you read the "Superman/Batman" comic this week, you may have noticed a special little treat from Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo. It's a "Calvin & Hobbes" strip redone, with DC villains Lex Luthor and the Joker. Check it out.
This Wednesday is a grab bag of pulp weirdness. There's a Frank Castle story that takes place in a house of illicit relaxation, a compilation of 1980s Marvel heroes versus a demonically possessed NYC, and Judge Dredd looking burly.
Masterminded by art director Mark Chiarello, Wednesday Comics was a wonderful experiment in weekly serialization, with stories by some of comics' brightest stars. But I dare you to find a shelf big enough for the stunning hardcover edition.