James Robinson took fan questions during his spotlight panel at WonderCon 2013, diving into the inner workings of "Earth 2," hinting at a crossover with the main DCU in 2014 and more
"The Shade" writer James Robinson spoke with CBR News about the final issue of his maxi-series, its near cancellation and his ideas for future Shade stories in the DC Universe.
DC has released a vast array of new covers including Jim Lee's "Justice League" #11, Frazer Irving's "The Shade" #10 variant and a diverse offering of "Before Watchmen" by Phil Jimenez, Joshua Middletown and Jose Luis GarcÃa-LÃ³pez.
In this week's COVER OF THE WEEK, Conan takes aim, Leafy Green hits the track, "The Shade" gets bloody, Luther Strode turns reflective and parenthood goes cosmic.
In this week's CotW contenders, the wall-crawler goes on a spacewalk, the Shade watches, a shooter blows smoke, X marks the spot and an angel steps in.
On top of DC Comics' top ten performance in January's print sales, executives John Rood and Bob Wayne share with CBR the top ten digital comics for the month, cover criticisms of DC's success and update "The Shade's" status.
The critically acclaimed and long awaited series from DC Comics focusing on Starman villain The Shade hasn't yet set the sales charts on fire, but James Robinson is hoping for interest to support his full 12-issue run.
CBR News connected with James Robinson, Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone to see if the comic book dream team would shed any light on the story of revenge, murder and betrayal featured in January's "The Shade" #4.