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OPED: FABLES or the 150 Issue How-To on Killing Your Darlings

Thirteen years is a lot of years. One hundred and fifty issues is a lot of issues. Yet somehow, writer Bill Willingham and artist...

BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE Rises Above Its Troublesome Origin to Provide Inspiration

Batman: The Killing Joke remains after all these years what it has always been. Controversial. Somewhat problematic. And brilliant. Alan Moore’s disturbing tale of...

BATMAN: GOTHIC – Why More People Don’t Talk About This Series

During the first half of 1990, two much-beloved creators wrote a five-issue Batman story, Batman: Gothic, alas, 30 years later, it's hardly spoken of. Although...

How To Reinvent A Character In SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING

Everything runs its course, and even the best of ideas can become stale if they are not given the chance to be re-born. In...

BATMAN: THE ADVENTURES CONTINUE #1 is a Careful Continuation

Written by Alan Burnett and Paul Dini, with art by Ty Templeton, colors by Monica Kubina and letters by Joshua Reed, Batman: The Adventures...

Longbox Legends: SWEET TOOTH – Innocence in the Time of the Apocalypse

"This is a Story." In the time surrounding the year 2010, the post-apocalypse story setting was near beaten to death by the mainstream horde of...

Review: The Reasons We’re Here in FAR SECTOR #5

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell's "Far Sector," with the help of letterer Deron Bennett, has been a tantalizing blend of space-opera, sci-fi...

Review: SUPERGIRL #40 Asks When Is A Finale Not A Finale?

DC comics bring you the finale to Jody Houser and Rachael Stott’s infected Supergirl story arc in this week's 40th issue.

SUICIDE SQUAD #4 Starts Offering Some Answers

Written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Daniel Sampere, inks by Juan Albarran, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters by Wes Abbott, Suicide Squad #4...