This interview may be one of the only things Caitlin Kittredge has done that won’t keep you up at night. Before she introduced us to the residents of Coffin Hill, the supernatural horror series she writes for Vertigo, Caitlin first made her name as a novelist, penning the Nocturne City, Black London, Iron Codex and Icarus Project series of novels. While her work to this date has been greatly varied, in all of it Caitlin has reinvented the familiar, giving us entirely new spins on witches, werewolves, faeries, hellhounds…even super heroes.
After a couple of long months, Batgirl is back and kicking butt all across Burnside. If you’re like us, you've been wondering what it's like working on one of the most highly discussed comics on the stands. Well, you're in luck! Series artist Babs Tarr and co-writer Brenden Fletcher are here to discuss just that.
Written by Tom King and Tim Seeley and drawn by the amazing Mikel Janín, Grayson mixes spy-driven suspense with character drama and supernatural intrigue. The series is all set to return next week with GRAYSON #9, so we thought it was the perfect time to sit Grayson’s three creators down for an interrogation—er, friendly little interview.
A newcomer to the main DC Universe, we were curious how Annie Wu got involved with the new Black Canary comic. Turns out she has quite a few things in common with Dinah Lance…minus the crime-fighting and ear-shattering scream, of course.
It’s been quite a wild ride for the son of Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul, and it only gets wilder from here. How crazy will things get for Damian Wayne? We can’t tell you, but fortunately Robin: Son of Batman writer and artist Patrick Gleason can…
The dynamic writing team of Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti have made quite a name for themselves bringing the comic misadventures of some of our seemingly more outlandish heroines to life. However, fans have responded because of how they bring them to life—by getting to the heart and humanity of the characters beneath all of the over-the-top hijinks.
The students of Gotham Academy are a lively, eclectic bunch that still manage to come together as a family and team. It’s fitting, then, that the creators of the series can be described in pretty much the same way.
This week's BATMAN #41 is easily the most dramatic shake-up Batman has seen since writer Scott Snyder came onboard the core Batman title back in 2011, which is why we sat down with him earlier in the year to ask him about it. Here’s what we learned…
MIDNIGHTER #1, which kicks off the black-clad, openly gay vigilante’s first ongoing solo comic in five years, launches this week. Earlier this year, we spoke with writer Steve Orlando about this eagerly awaited new comic. Here’s what he had to say.
Actor Tom Cavanagh has made a compelling, ruthless villain on this season of The Flash. But offscreen, the generous actor is anything but villainous.