Justice League writer Scott Snyder announced that he and his wife Jeannie are expecting their third child on this year's Free Comic Book Day.
Jim is a freelance writer who started writing for CBR in 2013. He had worked previously at Comics Buyer's Guide since 1997 as a writer, reviewer, and online columnist. He has also written for other various comics-related publications and websites, covered comic conventions, and appeared in video commentaries. Occasionally, he's been known to interview creative professionals including comic writers and artists, actors, and musicians. His love of pop culture began with Star Wars, followed by comics shortly thereafter. Forever a rock n roll aficionado, he's also an unapologetic KISS and Trans-Siberian Orchestra fan. And he's always willing to try a new hot sauce or microbrew – especially if someone else is buying. He also fancies himself as a photographer now and again. If you're nice, he can be found on Twitter as @QuiGonJimm.
Articles by Jim Johnson
Reboots and retcons have changed DC continuity back, forth, and back again, but a Young Justice revelation just changed everything.
Harley Quinn is now seen as a mass murder by some, but one hero sees something else entirely in the broken antihero.
The issue's reveal evokes an unsettling scene in Moore and Gibbons' classic series.
The villain who returns in Amazing Spider-Man #12 might not be much of a surprise, but only because few fans probably even know who he is.
Grant Morrison and Dan Mora make readers once believe in their incarnation of Santa Claus.
The Batman Who Laughs is on the loose again, and he's making trouble for Batman. But he's not the only one.
Harley has been a villain, and sort of a hero, but she now seems poised to become one of DC's preeminent bad guys.
Wally West's apparent killer doesn't come as much of a surprise, but there seems to be more to the story.
Batman's rash actions might spell the end of a long partnership, but the other party might bear an even larger responsibility.
The Man of Steel and Rogol Zaar are trapped in the Phantom Zone, and their downtime might have uncovered the reasons for the villain's rampage.
Prolific stage actor Douglas Rain, best known as the voice of HAL 9000 in 2001: A Space Odyssey, has passed away at age 90.
Changes to Oswald Cobblepot's influence puts him in a position very similar to another well-known comics crime lord.
The Penguin becomes involved in the machinations of another Batman villain, leading to a potential realization about his arch-foe.
Harley Quinn accomplishes what few villains ever have in Heroes in Crisis #2, potentially heralding her return to outright villainy.
The death of this character in Heroes in Crisis might be a key moment in Harley Quinn's transformation.
Neill Blomkamp's planned sequel to James Cameron's Aliens never got off the ground, but Sigourney Weaver would have loved to be part of it.