A few weeks ago, Cyborg’s latest self-titled series at DC Comics came to an end with Cyborg #20. But apparently, it was only a temporary respite for the cybernetic superhero. Not only is the series making a return, it’s doing so under the auspices of the legendary Marv Wolfman, who helped create Cyborg alongside…
When DC Comics launched a revival of Teen Titans in the 1980s, it became one of the most popular books of the era. And one of its best issues showcased two of the company’s best sidekicks in a quiet story about the holes years of comic stories had left in their personal histories.
Pulp science-fiction icon John Carter of Mars has never been more colorful than in the comic-book versions written by Marv Wolfman and drawn by Howard Chaykin and others. Check out exclusive preview pages from a new collection reprinting these gems.
Marv Wolfman is a comics legend for his work on Teen Titans, Superman and many others. For a half-dozen years, he's been writing for video games, and he explains how both kinds of writing are about characters more than plot.
Urban fantasy novelist Kelly Meding has sold a superhero novel to Pocket Books, and she tells io9 it's inspired by the New Teen Titans and other tales of "legacy" heroes. Could superhero books be the new urban fantasy?