Looks like Stan Lee isn't the only comics creator getting into the growth market of Indian superheroes. Grant Morrison, who is wrapping up his years-long run on Batman with Batman Incorporated #13 tomorrow, has announced one of his next projects will be an animated superhero epic based on Indian mythology called 18 Days.
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In one short month, Grant Morrison's eight-year run on Batman will come to an end with Batman Incorporated #13. Much of the the latter part of Morrison's run has featured art from collaborator Chris Burnham, who will finish out the run with the writer. DC Comics has released three inked preview pages from the concluding issue, which you can check out after the jump.
Years in the making, writer Grant Morrison and artist Yanick Paquette's Wonder Woman: Earth One graphic novel will finally hit shelves -- at a still-unspecified date. But at least Morrison is offering up some details about the book. We grabbed a few quotes from his interview with the LA Times' Hero Complex blog, as well as the one piece of preview art for the book so far. You can see it all after the jump.
After more than six years writing the adventures of Batman, it was doubtful that the climax of Morrison's run was going to end without some casualties. Now, DC is prominently teasing the outright death of a character in this week's release of Batman Inc. You can
With the 300th and final issue of Vertigo's Hellblazer, out this week, several tumblers shift and lock into place. John Constantine moves to the New 52 on a full-time basis, with a new title beginning in March; the reset button is pushed on his continuity, and the most writer-driven character of the last thirty years is yanked from the comfort and promise of a Mature Readers label and forced to grow up again in a PG-13 world; and the longest-running title in the Vertigo line concludes a twenty year run, as the imprint focuses exclusively on creator-owned comics. It's a sad time for misfits everywhere, as Hellblazer is o
Courtesy of DC Entertainment, ComicsAlliance brings you an advance look at new periodical comic books and collected editions going on sale in May 2013 from the publisher's Vertigo line for mature readers. All of the foll
There is no denying Grant Morrison is one of the premiere voices in the comic book industry today. Whether he is crafting stories about interdimensional, alien gods enslaving humanity or just reinventing the Justice League for a new generation, it is clear the man is a visionary. Particu
Alan Moore has lost a few friends, and fans, in recent years. The legendary writer has spent quite some time voicing his vehement opposition to the practices of DC, Marvel, and mainstream comics publishing in general, but what has bothered many is Moore's dismissive tone toward current creators, as he often illustrates that he has little to no regard for the work of any writers who have come up in recent years
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Happy isn't Grant Morrison's only foray into creator-owned independent comics these days, it seems. At New York Comic Con, the writer announced a new project with publisher Legendary Comics, entitled Annihilator.The series sounds like a Charlie Kaufman movie gone