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Brian Michael Bendis' Wonder Comics imprint is shaping up as a DC Universe heir to his Ultimate Spider-Man work.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis appears to be hinting at a revival of DC's Legion of Super-Heroes as part of his Wonder Comics imprint.
Brian Michael Bendis opens up on the reveals and arrivals in Action Comics, and how everything from the Red Cloud to the H-E-R-O Dial affects the DCU.
DC Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis hints that he is writing a longtime Green Lantern to make their return soon.
Brian Bendis and Nick Derington's Batman story is the only original tale in the 100-Page Giant, but it's so good, it's worth the price of admission.
An Easter egg in Action Comics #1003 may tease Brian Michael Bendis' first event for DC.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis has come under fire for his derogatory use of the word 'autistic,' as spoken by a villain in Action Comics #1002.
Brian Bendis and Ivan Reis kicked off their Superman run by making a major change, but the writer has a good reason for it.
We saw Daredevil go through Hell at Brian Michael Bendis' hands. Now, it's Superman's turn.
Superman writer Brian Michael Bendis assures fans that Lois Lane and Jon Kent will return in a big way.
Brian Michael Bendis reveals that DC Comics' upcoming summer Superman stories will be advertised on television.
Brian Michael Bendis returns to his creator-owned roots in force at DC, with new series with Alex Maleev, Michael Gaydos and David Mack.
A fallen Avenger makes his return to the land of the living in Invincible Iron Man #600, Brian Michael Bendis' final Marvel Comic.
As writer Brian Michael Bendis launches his tenure on Superman and Action Comics, he reflects on the differences between DC and Marvel.
Brian Michael Bendis uses his final Marvel comic, Invincible Iron Man #600, to cement Tony Stark's future role in the Marvel Universe.
Superman: Unchained scribe Scott Snyder has good things to say about Brian Michael bendis and Ivan Reis' inaugural issue on Man of Steel.
A preview of Invincible Iron Man #600, Brian Michael Bendis' final Marvel comic, teases the return of a fallen hero from Civil War II.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada thanked Brian Michael Bendis for his 18 years at the publisher in a heartfelt message on social media.
Brian Michael Bendis' Invincible Iron Man #600 will bring back a forgotten member of the X-Men for the writer's final comic book for Marvel.