In an interview with ComicsBlog, comic book writer Brian Azzarello talked about his recent comics career, his attitude, and his work at DC Comics and
Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo have been one of the more perfect creative pairings. With perennial sellers for DC Comics such the Luthor and Joker
Comic book creator Lee Bermejo talked on panel yesterday at New York Comic Con about his work and his process, at the New York Comic Con. Artist on books
In 1989, Christopher Priest - then known as Jim Owsley - wrote a story for Batman Annual #13 called Faces, with art by Michael Bair and Gray Morrow. Which
The final issue of Batman Damned #3 by Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo was originally solicited for March, on a bi-monthly schedule. But that was before
Funko POP had a fair few items to show off at the Diamond Retail Summit held in Las Vegas last night. Including items that look like they may be
Even the mighty She-Hulk must take a break from smashing to stare at Agger in all his minotaur glory on this variant cover from Marvel.
In next week's shocking issue of the Punisher, you may learn more about Frank Castle than you ever thought you wanted to know.
This leads to a scene that's eerily reminiscent of one from a rival publisher… Of course, we're talking about the infamous Batpenis scene that appeared in Batman Damned #1 Specifically, Dark Starhawk's shadowy nether regions remind us of the censored version released on ComiXology, pushing the exposed-in-print Batpenis back into the darkness. If not for the controversy[...]
When Phil Seuling set up the direct comics market in the seventies, the objectives was to allow comic book stores to order any number of copies of a comic
Greetings from the coal face of the direct comics market. Where retailers try to increase their orders of certain comics ahead of sale. Where supply and
I've been hearing more about how the reaction to the publication of Batman: Damned#1 is affecting other books, creators and employees at DC Comics. But
Bleeding Cool has confirmed that a CGC 10.0 slabbed copy of Batman Damned #1 with the Jim Lee variant cover, signed by Brian Azzarello, Jim Lee and Lee
The first appearance of Batman's penis in Batman Damned #1 set the comic book world on fire, sending shockwaves throughout DC Comics, causing the comic to skyrocket in value (especially after it was announced there would be no second printing and any future collections would censor the Batawang), and leaving a Batpenis-shaped mark on comic[...]
Of course, we're talking about the reveal of the Batpenis, which spawned a thousand Bleeding Cool articles and brought the hammer of censorship down on DC's Black Label line, at least according to reports from Bleeding Cool's own Rumourmonger-in-Chief, Rich Johnston. And now, these two will team up once more in Batman #63 Will Tom King[...]