Writer Tim Seeley expands his role in Gotham City first with a farewell to "Talon," then joining the weekly "Batman Eternal" with a focus on women and monsters.
DC Comics' March 2013 solicits confirm that "Talon" will end in March with an issue by Tim Seely and Jorge Lucas.
Writer Tim Seeley joins "Talon" for a two-issue stint, "Sandman: Overture" #2 has a new release date, and more from DC's February solicitations.
With two Villains Month issues tying to his regular series, James Tynion IV tells how new "League of Assassins" members like Bronze Tiger change "Red Hood" and the New Titans while "The Court of Owls" gets horrific.
"Batman" family writers James Tynion, John Layman and Jimmy Palmiotti hit HeroesCon with a look at Batman's past and the future of the New 52.
After a twist ending that shook up "Talon," writer James Tynion IV explains why Bane is the perfect force to crash into the book, where the Court of Owls goes next and how he wants to make the series like "Breaking Bad."
The ongoing writer of "Batman" gears up for his origin re-defining story as Scott Snyder took to the stage in Anaheim to talk "Zero Year," his Batman history, "Superman Unchained" and more.
With his mission against the Court of Owls underway, DC's newest superhero is making his way to NYC as "Talon" writer James Tynion IV tells CBR what's next including new villains, longer stories and Batman.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee discuss their concrete goals for 2013, the past year of the New 52 and the lead up to next year's "Trinity War" event.
DC Comics has exclusively provided CBR with artist Trevor McCarthy's variant cover to October's "Talon" #1, written by Scott Snyder & James Tynion IV with art by Guillem March.
The four zero titles debuting in September from DC Comics get a spotlight at Comic-Con as Dan DiDio, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and more talk "Talon," "Phantom Stranger" and beyond with new news on Stephanie Brown in "Smallville."
CBR spoke to James Tynion IV about writing "Talon," spinning out from the pages of "Batman," which tells the story of Calvin Rose, an assassin built but not broken by the Court of Owls.