Snyder opens up slightly about his and Greg Capullo's upcoming event series and Geoff Johns' involvement in its development.
Scott Snyder discusses the fallout of his first arc, and teases what's to come in the months ahead of the best-selling series.
The studio has picked up the rights to Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's AD: After Death, a three-issue miniseries from Image Comics.
Harvey Dent surprises even himself, and a new player enters the deadly hunt for Batman.
Scott Snyder and Declan Shalvey discuss how Harvey Dent is perceived by other villains, and tying his and Bruce's origins together.
Scott Snyder & John Romita Jr. explain to CBR how All-Star Batman is both a zany adventure and a very dark, personal story.
With the KGBeast resurrected and after the Dark Knight, Batman turns to another back-from-the-dead ally.
Famed comics duo Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo will reunite for an upcoming summer event for DC Comics that's set to feature Batman significantly.
The award-winning writer took to the stage at NYCC for a Q&A session with fans - no holds barred, and no questions left unanswered
At New York Comic Con, Scott Snyder, Tom King, James Tynion IV and more discussed what's next for Gotham's resident crime fighters.
Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire discuss their Image Comics series, and how it tackles a major philosophical question from a sci-fi point of view.
Speaking with CBR News, scribe Scott Snyder expressed his desire to write a comic starring Duke Thomas, Batman's latest protege.
Scott Snyder and Declan Shalvey discuss the new dynamic of the Dynamic Duo as Bruce Wayne mentors Duke Thomas.
Scott Snyder and John Romita Jr.'s supercharged and offbeat "All-Star Batman" #1 is a refreshing treat for readers.
Scott Snyder, Tom King, James Tynion IV and more offered an exclusive first look at the Dark Knight's future in DC Comics' "Rebirth."
Writer Scott Snyder and artist John Romita Jr. pull back the curtain on the DC Comics series with a glimpse of new art from the series.
Scott Snyder & John Romita, Jr. explain why Two-Face is a perfect villain for their DC series and what it's like to give Batman a grindhouse vibe.