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The writer of "Rogue One" is part of the producing team on the upcoming show from Universal.
Creators: Grant Morrison, Chas Troug Publishing Information: Vertigo, hardcover, 712 pages, August 2013, $75. Ordering Numbers: 1401238998 (ISBN10), 9781401238995 (ISBN13) I was super-happy to receive a copy of this book three or four epochal shifts at DC Comics ago. Show More Summary
Heavy Metal has provided CBR with an exclusive sneak peek at this week's 281st installment of the mag -- the second issue under editor-in-chief Grant Morrison.
Phil Jimenez is many things; he’s an artist known for work on on seminal comics runs such as Grant Morrison’s The Invisibles, he’s a writer renowned for his work on Wonder Woman, and he was one of the first out gay men in work-for-hire comics. Show More Summary
Learn the origin of Deadpool's fascination with chimichangas, and whether Grant Morrison forgot how "Son of Demon" went when he created Damian Wayne.
In this week's CBLR, learn the secret origin of Deadpool's fascination with chimichangas, discover whether Grant Morrison forgot the ending of Son of Demon or not and learn if there was a Superman comic made just in Denmark!
"Suspense builds in 'Klaus' #6, the penultimate issue of Grant Morrison and Dan Mora's reimagining of Santa's origin."
Grant Morrison pits his JLA against the original team, & WIZARD speculates about the naughty things in the Green Goblin’s purse. All in the Guide to the Guide to Comics!
CSBG has a collection of notable dropped plots, like how Grant Morrison went in a different direction for the birth of Damian Wayne, Son of Batman.
In this week's CBLR, was Lee Bermejo's Joker based on Heath Ledger or not? Did Grant Morrison almost create a FEMALE Doctor Who? And what was the original pitch for Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew?
Was Lee Bermejo's Joker really based on Heath Ledger? And did Grant Morrison almost create a female Doctor for "Doctor Who?"
Two mythical titans will clash -- and the world hangs in the balance -- in BOOM! Studios' "Klaus" #6 by Grant Morrison & Dan Mora
Welcome to Cast Party, the feature that imagines a world with even more live action comic book adaptations than we currently have, and comes up with arguably the best casting suggestions you’re ever going to find for the movies and shows...Show More Summary
The writer discusses his "Heavy Metal" Editor-in-Chief debut and his first story, and teases new work with Frank Quitely, Chris Burnham and Kevin Eastman.
Sean Gaffney on Sword Art Online Vol. 7. John Seven on Renee. Saint Bryan profiles Colleen Frakes. Heidi MacDonald talks to Grant Morrison. Toussaint Egan talks to Paul Kirchner. not comics: March is optioned. I'm personally much more...Show More Summary
Magnus passes judgment on Klaus in BOOM! Studios' "Klaus" #5 from superstart writer Grant Morrison and artist Dan Mora.
Grant Morrison & Dan Mora's "Klaus" concludes, Brian Stelfreeze gets an art book, Justin Jordan & Raul Trevino launch "Sombra" and more.
I warned you that there would be more Swamp Thing, and here it is! Swamp Thing by Mark Millar (writer), Grant “They wouldn’t let me turn Swampy into a Dadaist manifesto, so I quit” Morrison (writer, issues #140-143), Phillip Hester (penciller, issues #140-152, 154-155, 157-158, 160-164, 166-171), Chris Weston (artist, issue #153), Phil Jimenez (penciller, […]
Ever since creator William Moulton Marston died, those in charge of Wonder Woman have been actively running away from his version, in an attempt to make the character more acceptable by the standards of mainstream 20th Century entertainment,...Show More Summary