Video: That's Chris Claremont. Yes, that Chris Claremont, the legendary writer of some of the best X-Men comics ever made. He's a decent fellow, that one.
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Video: The man who's currently writing DC's excellent Deathstroke series has had one of the most eventful careers in comics. At New York Comic-Con last week, he talked about helping Luke Cage stop being a laughingstock and his first meeting with the legendary comic writer who helped found Milestone Media. (Also, Batman being a jerk.)
Batwoman is flying high in the pages of Detective Comics right now, but DC announced last week that Kate Kane is getting her own solo comic once again -- one that will explore and delve deep into her past. We spoke Batwoman writer Marguerite Bennett to see what's in store for Kate's new book.
Batman and Wonder Woman have teamed up more times that we can count in the comics -- but their latest is a real first, as Adam West and Lynda Carter's iconic takes on the World's Finest team up for Batman '66/Wonder Woman '77. We sat down with series writer Marc Andreyko to learn more.
The current Wonder Woman writer says that people who reject the new canonical interpretation that Diana has slept with women just don't understand the character. "You just don't," Greg Rucka told me yesterday. "That's like saying Superman is into justice and the American way, but doesn't give a rat's arse about truth. It's like, 'Really?'"