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Scott Snyder Explains New ‘Detective Comics’ and the Dark Mirror of Gotham [Video + Preview]


The first issue of Detective Comics written by Scott Snyder ("American Vampire") drops today with art by Jock and a backup feature on Commissioner Gordon with art by Francesco Francavilla. Naturally, we sent our very own Batmanologist Chris Sims to talk with the new Batman scribe about the deeper themes in his new Detective Comics run, and how he is recreating Gotham as a city as a dark mirror that is recreating itself in reaction to the strengths and weaknesses of two men who are currently battling the darkness on its streets: Dick Grayson and Commissioner Gordon...

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DC Hypes Five Batman Titles for November in New Ads


Gotham City is about to go off the chain, apparently, because no fewer than five Batman titles will be on sale from DC Comics in November. At the start of what the publisher promises to be a very Bat-heavy weekend at New York Comic Con, DC's The Source blog released a series of five new house ads spotlighting the new Gotham lineup of books from creators including Grant Morrison, J...

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Jock Teams with Scott Snyder for Upcoming ‘Detective Comics’ Run


When Stephen King's "American Vampire" co-writer Scott Snyder signed exclusive to DC last month, fans knew it was a safe bet that he'd be paired with a star artist to kick off his first "Detective Comics" gig...

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Scott Snyder to Take On ‘Detective Comics’ as Newest DC Exclusive Creator


He's written his share of blood-suckers with co-scribe Steven King in the pages of Vertigo's "American Vampire," but now Scott Snyder will take on an arguably even higher calling: penning the adventures of a hero who kinda dresses like one...

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The Complete Greg Rucka Wondercon Panel Transcript [Wondercon]


At his Wondercon spotlight panel over the weekend, writer Greg Rucka made a series of surprising announcements, most notably that he had finished his work at DC Comics and would not be writing the previously discussed "Batwoman" comic...

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J.H. Williams Says DC Remains ‘Firmly Committed’ to Batwoman


Following our breaking news that Greg Rucka's will be departing from DC Comics and will not be writing the "Batwoman" comic, his "Detective Comics" collaborator J.H. Willliams III weighed in on the announcement on his blog today, echoing the sadness expressed many fans that Rucka will not be continuing to tell the story of Kate Kane:
"I was afraid something like this was going to occur but held out hope that it wouldn't happen...

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Greg Rucka Finished At DC, Off Batwoman [Wondercon]


During his spotlight panel at Wondercon, moderated by our own Laura Hudson, Greg Rucka dropped a bombshell. He has been out of exclusive with DC Comics for three years, despite spending those three years working exclusively with DC, and his time with them is over...

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Hot Ink — Detective Comics #861, Batman and Robin #7, Kick-Ass #8, Robocop #1


MEETING COWL TO COWL - Detective Comics 861/Batman and Robin 7

Bat crossovers aplenty this week, as Batman makes a guest appearance in Batwoman's "Detective Comics" and she returns the favor in "Batman and Robin...

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Top 10 Single Issues of 2009 — Hot Ink Reviews


With 2009 about to draw to a close, now seems like a good time to look back on a year of Wednesdays and remind myself of the reason I buy new comics every week. To remember that it's worth sifting through the piles of never-ending zombie comics, celebrity biography cash-ins and Barack Obama team-ups because every once in a while you find a great story with beautiful artwork...

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Christmas Hot Ink — Captain America: Who Will Wield the Shield?, Northlanders #23, Beasts of Burden #4


ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week.

STOP ME IF YOU KNOW HOW THIS ENDS - Captain America: Who Will Wield the Shield?

If I learned anything from the holiday classic "Jingle All the Way," a movie which I have never actually seen, it is that the true meaning of Christmas is finding that one special gift that no one else can give because there is a limited supply and you got there before everyone else did...

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