At this year's Emerald City Comic Con, "Batman/Superman" artist Jae Lee reflects on his winding career path in comics and describes how a spilled bottle of ink got him his first job.
DC Comics kicked off its convention season with a Seattle panel featuring Scott Snyder, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Bill Willingham and more, and the panel promised a return of "100 Bullets" and changes to the DCU.
In his first full interview on his first DC Comics gig, writer Greg Pak describes how younger, more dangerous heroes populate the story of "Batman/ Superman" in the world's finest first New 52 meeting.
DC Comics has announced a new "Batman/Superman" ongoing series written by Greg Pak with art by Jae Lee focusing on the first meeting of the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel in the New 52 DC Universe.
This week, John Constantine and the Phantom Stranger meet up, there's a crisis on infinite vacations, the Leader gets red in the face, a galaxy far, far away goes classic and the B.P.R.D. goes snooping in a warehouse.
Dynamite has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Francesco Francavilla, Jae Lee and Ardian Syaf's variant cover for the first issue of Chris Roberson and Alex Ross' pulp hero crossover, "Masks."
This week, Adrian Veidt submits, a femme fatale basks in the sun, a ballerina dances with danger, the Ninth Wave walks the tightrope and Em of Appleloft does her best Ophelia.
This week's candidates for CBR's Cover of the Week find Popeye and Wimpy in the ring, Mr. Sinister's army on the move, Redmond on the run, Ozymandias in meditation and Cliff Secord in repose.
With Frank Frazetta's Thun'da returning to comics in August via Robert Place Napton and Cliff Richards' new Dynamite series, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Jae Lee's covers for issues #2 and 3.
Writer Ande Parks spoke to CBR News about Top Cow's "Witchblade" returning to Dynamite Entertainment and the continuation of the original Mark Millar/Jae Lee "Demon" story.
In this week's installment of Cover of the Week, dancing turns deadly, 1950s Indo-China turns sexy, ghosts get gross, close encounters get furry and the Shadow knows twice as much.
They are the most anticipated titles of 2012 and CBR News was invited to to a first look at the first issues of DC Comics' "Before Watchmen" prequels.