When Boom Studios' Klaus was first announced, I wasn't sure that there could be any phrase in the English language that would be more exciting to me than "Grant Morrison and Dan Mora doing a Santa Claus: Year One," but here we are. With...Show More Summary
The best thing about Annihilator is the subtextual revelation that legendary comics writer Grant Morrison worries if his work is any good. Read more...
DC Comics has released the cover art and solicitation text for Grant Morrison and Paquette's anticipated graphic novel.
Check out the cover to Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette's Wonder Woman OGN.
When it was announced last month that Heavy Metal magazine had signed Grant Morrison to serve as their new editor-in-chief, it seemed to be the exact real-world approximation of that comic cliche: a team-up that nobody anticipated, but...Show More Summary
Morrison and Dan Mora to do a dark revamp of Santa Claus for a new series from BOOM! Studios.
Grant Morrison and Dan Mora's Santa Claus tale headlines BOOM!'s November solicitations.
Check out your first look at Chris Burnham's cover for Grant Morrison's KLAUS.
Comic author Grant Morrison opined about the new Wonder Woman movie franchise, wondering how the Amazonian became so warlike, when Diana Prince was always dedicated to justice and peace. The truth is, Wonder Woman has been many things. Show More Summary
HEALTH Death Magic [Loma Vista; 2015] by Joe Hemmerling Rating: Comics luminary Grant Morrison began his franchise-revitalizing run on X-Men by introducing us to a nest of feral sentinels. Designed to hunt and kill mutant-kind, the machines...Show More Summary
Since the Doom Patrol days, Grant Morrison has helped reshape superhero comics—and his recent Multiversity has been a fascinating experiment. But now, he’s taking on a new challenge as EIC of Heavy Metal, the venerable comics magazine. We talked to him about the future of comics. Read more...
DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio talks about how the new DC Multiverse works, Grant Morrison's new projects, and a return of 'Elseworlds' of sorts.
Does Deadpool want a Cable movie? What are the new origins of the Fantastic Four? Is William Stryker back for X-Men: Apocalypse? What does Grant Morrison think of Gal Gadot‘s Wonder Woman? Who’s coming to Arrow next season? Will Gotham...Show More Summary
Eric Diaz, who writes for us and for Nerdist, scored a solid, lengthy interview with Grant Morrison over at his other gig. They touch on numerous topics, but unsurprisingly, the one that caught...
Any re-imagining of a comic book character is practically guaranteed to face some sort of backlash. If you stay too loyal to the character’s roots, some fans may criticize it for not taking enough risks. If you stray too far, you run the risk of alienating long-time fans. Show More Summary
I’ve been eagerly anticipating the graphic novel Wonder Woman: Earth One by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette ever since it was announced back in January 2014 (as Wonder Woman: The Trial of Diana Prince). Now, with new details emerging...Show More Summary
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The writer says he understands why Zack Snyder's take on the icon is so aggressive, but it's "not what William Marston wanted."
Grant Morrison’s run on New X-Men made the mutant team one of the coolest supergroups in comics, primarily by pulling away from traditional superhero elements and exploring bigger ideas regarding the future of mutantkind in the Marvel Universe. Show More Summary
Grant Morrison is one of the most creative, brilliant, and sometimes downright kooky minds in comics. Now, he can add magazine editor to his resume, as he's just become the new Editor in Chief over at sci-fi magazine, Heavy Metal. What's more, he's teamed up with artist Yanick Paquette to give us their take on Wonder Woman in the upcoming Wonder Woman: Earth One.