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Teen Titans #20 cover by Bernard Chang and Wil Quintana

Teen Titans #20 Review: More Than Just the "Edgy" Titans

We also learn of a mysterious “Other” that has been operating just outside of Robin’s view.[caption id="attachment_893184" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Teen Titans #20 cover by Bernard Chang and Wil Quintana[/caption]Teen Titans #20 is an energetic and ambitious new start for this book The team, the attitude, and the methods make for an interesting read.What is most[...]

New Kevin Grevioux and Isaiah Washington Superhero Comic Announced at the Black Panel – SDCC18

 First things first the panelists were: Joe Illidge of Valiant; Bernard Chang of Teen Titans; Isaiah Washington from The 100 and Grey’s Anatomy; writers Kendra Foster and LaShonda Clinton; talent agent and according to Davis the world’s most low key African American Kevin Turner; and music manager and writer Jacques Sweeney.[caption id="attachment_888354" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Bernard[...]

Nightwing #41 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo

Nightwing #41 Review: The Judge Receives His Sentencing

Nightwing finds his limousine, and their final confrontation begins.[caption id="attachment_817137" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #41 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo[/caption]At last, this bizarrely grim story from a generally upbeat writer about a high-flying and fun-loving hero comes to an end It’s a decent end at that It manages some solid catharsis, and it brings[...]

Nightwing #40 cover by Bernard Chang

Nightwing #40 Review: The Power of the Friendly Squid

She tells Dick the current headquarters of the Judge, and our hero launches a final frontal assault against the Judge.[caption id="attachment_808024" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #40 cover by Bernard Chang[/caption]Nightwing using the squid to aid in his escape is easily one of the more bizarre things to come out of this book[...]

Nightwing #38 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo

Nightwing #38 Review: Making the Judge a Compelling Villain

As such, Dick Grayson must find a creative way in.[caption id="attachment_789984" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #38 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo[/caption]The Judge continues to form as an interesting villain with this issue of Nightwing We get to learn more of his ethos inside intimidating bad guy speeches Dick also shows more humanity towards Guppy,[...]

Nightwing #36 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo

Nightwing #36 Review: A Vast Improvement on Last Issue

He begins hitting up the criminal underworld for people who may be able to give him a lead on the Judge.Meanwhile, the Judge himself has made his way into the mayor’s office, and the two men have a chat.[caption id="attachment_775414" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #36 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo[/caption]I wasn’t a fan of[...]

Nightwing #35 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo

Nightwing #35 Review: Oddly Mean-Spirited for Nightwing

It’s up to Nightwing to halt these criminals.However, there are some familiar aspects to the first crime, and it may bring Nightwing face-to-face with an old foe.[caption id="attachment_768800" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #35 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo[/caption]Yeah, this one’s a couple of weeks old It’s Nightwing, and it’s Sam Humphries, so I’m still[...]


Bernard Chang Draws Batman Beyond in the DC Comics Art Academy

Bernard Chang, artist for Batmam Beyond, stepped into the DC Comics Art Academy to be interviewed and draw a sketch of Batman Beyond in front of a live audience The first question out the gate was about what artists influenced him, but his response started with the fact that he was an immigrant and how[...]

Bernard Chang Steps Into DC Comics Art Academy

DC has just released a new DC Comics Art Academy, this time with Batman Beyond artist Bernard Chang This event was hosted by Fletcher Chu-Fong and took place during the San Diego Comic Con, just one month after the first issue of Batman Beyond hit the stands Chang wasn't exactly sure what he could say[...]

New Batman Beyond Series By Dan Jurgens And Bernard Chang In The DCU

Bleeding Cool has already run rumours as to the fate of Batman Beyond in the New 52: Futures End series - and who might take the cowl.Now it has been announced that as part of the June mini-relaunch at DC Comics, we will get a new Batman Beyond series By Dan Jurgens and Bernard Chang set[...]

Things To Do In New York This Weekend If You Like Comics And Asian Film Posters

The show will feature the works of Larry Hama, Bernard Chang, Ken Knudtsen, John Jennings, Glenn Urieta, Sooj Lee, Jeff Castro and Jerry Ma. All the artists illustrated movie posters are being featured in the festival...The opening reception is June 28th from 7:30 to 8:30 pm and is open to the public Food and drinks will be[...]

Wondercon: Six Thousand Green Lanterns Left To Show

Quite a lot.Bernard Chang lays claims to over one thousand three hundred Green Lanterns shown so far, but expresses a desire to get the rest of the seven thousand two hundred portrayed in some form In whatever form they come.I remember some of the sentient mathematical equation Green Lanterns or sentient shades of the colour[...]

Bernard Chang Criticises Valiant On Rai Flag Choice

Bernard Chang has been criticising Valiant for their choice of design on the new Rai character being relaunched by Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain On Facebook, according to these scans sent to Bleeding Cool, he posted,It's not the only target to be criticised for using the Rising Sun flag, often from those with a Chinese[...]

IDW And Darby Pop Become Indestrutible Thanks To Jeff Kline

Art for the book will be provide by Javi Garron, Salvi Garcia and Alejandro Sanchez with covers by Jose Lopez and Bernard Chang.The series is decribed as: Indestructible is the story of a not-so-heroic slacker, Greg Pincus who when he finds himself in the wrong place at the right time, thwarts a robbery with what the general public[...]

Green Lantern: Lights Out – The Spoilerific Panel Recap

Peter Sailer live blogged this panel for Bleeding Cool:This was the last panel of the day for DC Comics and it focused on Post-Geoff Johns Green Lantern universe. Panelists were Robert Venditti, writer of Green Lantern and Co-Writer of Green Lantern Corps, Van Jensen, Co-Writer of Green Lantern Corps, Charles Soule, Writer of Red Lantern Corps, Bernard[...]