Veteran comics writer and editor Len Wein is the creator of such memorable characters as Wolverine, the New X-Men and the Human Target, as well as the co-creator (with Bernie Wrightson) of the Swamp Thing. In his long and prolific career he has written for hundreds of titles, encompassing nearly every significant character in the medium. He has also built a successful career in TV animation, scripting such hit series as X-Men, Spider-Man and Batman: The Animated Series.
Convergence Week Three: A Little Pre-Crisis Coolness
Thanksgiving may not be until Thursday, but if you’re a longtime DC Comics reader, there’s plenty to be thankful for right now. After officially revealing the titles and creative...
updatedSHOWCASE PRESENTS: BLUE BEETLE
This value-priced title collects the entire 24-issue run of BLUE BEETLE from the 1980s, including the Beetle’s battles against DC Universe villains Chronos and Dr. Alchemy. Includes...
BATMAN ‘66: THE LOST EPISODE #1
During the original Batman television series run, legendary science-fiction writer Harlan Ellison turned in an outline for a story that would have introduced Two-Face.
BEFORE WATCHMEN: OZYMANDIAS/CRIMSON CORSAIR
Writer Len Wein and artist Jae Lee delve into the mind of the smartest man in the world: Ozymandias. How does one grow up to become the world’s smartest man? Adrian Veidt begins his...
Batman '66: The Lost Episode...by the Numbers
This week DC Comics released BATMAN ’66: THE LOST EPISODE #1, a special one-shot that’s based on an unused outline by acclaimed science fiction writer Harlan Ellison, adapted by writer Len Wein and pencilled by artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. We hope you check it out, but before you do, let's break it down...by the numbers!
updatedBATMAN BLACK AND WHITE VOL. 4
The legendary, Eisner Award-winning series BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE returns in a brand-new volume featuring tales of the Dark Knight by some of comics’ greatest writers and artists!...
updatedTALES OF THE BATMAN: LEN WEIN
These tales from the 1970s, written by Len Wein, pit Batman against the villainy of The Joker, The Riddler, Catwoman, Mr. Freeze, Ra’s al Ghul and many others. Collected from BATMAN #307-310, #312-319, #321-324, #326-327, DETECTIVE COMICS #408, #444-448, #466, #478-479, #500 and #514 and UNTOLD LEGENDS OF THE BATMAN #1-3.
BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE VOL. 4
The legendary, Eisner Award-winning series BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE returns in a brand-new volume featuring tales of The Dark Knight by some of comics’ greatest writers and artists!