Now that Grant Morrison’s long-awaited miniseries has debuted, ROBOT 6 considers what to take away from the first issue & the notion of "headcanon."
Learn the cultural inspirations for Grant Morrison's Doom Patrol villain, Mr. Nobody, back to Wavy Gravy, Betty Boop and a black vaudeville superstar.
This is the latest in a series giving you the cultural context behind certain comic book characters/behaviors. You know, the sort of then-topical references that have faded into the “foggy ruins of time.” To wit, twenty years from now, a college senior watching episodes of Seinfeld will likely miss a lot of the then-topical pop […]
We are still reading post-The Authority superhero comics almost exclusively. While Grant Morrison and Howard Porter’s JLA kicked off the Blockbuster Widescreen Era of superhero comics, the Warren Ellis/Bryan Hitch/Paul Neary/Laura DePuy The Authority took that sensibility and added on a subtle question of morality and heroism that remains unresolved. Show More Summary
Grant Morrison discusses how "Annihilator" delves into commentary on Hollywood while sticking to classic movie script structure and its hero's pulp origins.
Years in the making, Grant Morrison's "The Multiversity" has arrived! Now that it's here, which Earth are you most excited about seeing Morrison explore?
Grant Morrison, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado deliver a debut "worthy of study and reflection, re-reading and replication" with "The Multiversity" #1.
Grant Morrison's more-insanely-epic-than-usual DC project Multiversity begins today, which will try to tie pretty much every single part of every single DC universe into one coherent whole. This video is the best explanation of what Morrison's trying to accomplish I've seen so far — it's definitely worth a watch. Read more...
Grant Morrison is at ease with the prospect of other dimensions. As an acclaimed comic book writer and superhero behaviorist, […]
Yes, Battlestar Galactica has officially been has gone from 1980 to 1880 in Dynamite's new comic. Plus Grant Morrison takes control of DC's multiverse, Valiant's Archer and Armstrong meet their match in Quantum & Woody, and so much more, all in this week's comics. Read more...
Laura Hudson at Wired profiles the writer Grant Morrison the week before his much-anticipated Multiversity comic book drops. That's a series set in various parts of DC's overlapping "universes" that is both facilitated by and I'm guessing...Show More Summary
After years of anticipation, the first issue of the Grant Morrison-written "The Multiversity" arrives in stores next week from DC Comics.
Superstar writer Grant Morrison tells CBR TV about channeling inner demons in "Annihilator" and why he's been talking "The Multiversity" for years.
CBR News spoke with Grant Morrison in San Diego to discuss long in-the-works project "The Multiversity," and its place in the comics industry.
When Grant Morrison thinks of the DC multiverse, he hears a song. “Basically, the DC universe is a piece of […]
DC Comics has debuted the mind-blowing - or is that mind-altering? - map of the DC Universe as conceived by Grant Morrison.
Grant Morrison's universe-spanning epic is finally almost here, and CBR reports on new development and new art LIVE!
Grant Morrison has spent much of his career in comic books sketching out the farthest reaches of the comic cosmos,
If anyone was wondering what has made Batman so meaningful to fans over the last 75 years, these were the […]
Batman turns 75, and party guests include Neal Adams, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Denny O'Neil, and Scott Snyder. CBR has LIVE updates throughout the panel.