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
Grant Morrison delivered one of the best Superman stories ever with All-Star Superman. His long run on the Dark Knight infused Batman comics with more energy and heart than they’d seen in years. However, his take on Wonder Woman misses the mark. Read more...
FOR ALL that he’s contributed to the DC Comics universe, including his defining storylines for Superman and Batman, Grant Morrison had never created a major Wonder Woman story. And for that, he blames how the character was handled in his narratively impressionable youth. Growing up in the ’60s and ’70s, Morrison encountered tales in which DC […]
"Heavy Metal" wants you to hail to the new chief, comic book superstar Grant Morrison, who takes over the acclaimed magazine starting with #280.
Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it’s Klaus #2. Written by Grant Morrison (Klaus, The Multiversity) with art by Yanick Paquette (Swamp Thing, Batman) and colors by Nathan Fairbairn...Show More Summary
GRANT MORRISON's WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE presents a version of WONDER WOMAN that is heavily influenced by her earliest appearances.
Thanks to the megahit Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman is on the minds of moviegoers around the world. But unlike her peers Batman and Superman, Wonder Woman's story isn't as well-known in the collective consciousness. Comics writer Grant Morrison is angling to change that. Over the course of... More »
It's a great time to be a Wonder Woman fan. Not only is there an actual Wonder Woman film that's actually being made, but one of comics' finest loonies, Grant Morrison, along with artist Yanick Paquette is taking on the Amazonian princess in a new graphic novel called Wonder Woman: Earth One (Volume 1 - as in, there will be more volumes!), which is due out next month.
CBR used the Lasso of Truth to force writer Grant Morrison to spill secrets about DC's highly anticipated OGN illustrated by Yanick Paquette.
Sean Gaffney on Durarara!!, Vol. 3. Jason Wilkins on The Pitiful Human Lizard. Jonah Weiland talks to Brian Bendis. Vaneta Rogers talks to Grant Morrison. Robin McConnell talked to the late Jess Johnson back in 2013. Gil Roth talks to Tom Tomorrow. Show More Summary
The never-boring writer talks about his and Yanick Paquette new OGN that re-imagines Wonder Woman that leans on original creator William Moulton Marston's original.
Back in the mid-2000s, Grant Morrison and Frank Miller were putting their respective spins on Batman. Miller, given stewardship of All-Star Batman & Robin, DC’s attempt at showing characters in their most iconic light without the bloat...Show More Summary
Klaus and Lady Dagmar's past is revealed in BOOM! Studios' "Klaus" #4 by superstar writer Grant Morrison and artist Dan Mora.
In magical practice, the term magnum opus has a different meaning than in popular context. Latin for "the Great Work," its been used since the early alchemists, and taken on various shades of metaphorical meaning through different traditions,...Show More Summary