DC Shocker: Marc Andreyko Takes Over Batwoman, Williams and Blackman's Run Not to Finish? Updated: It Won't.By ThanosCopter in News with Benefits on September 7, 2013
Andreyko will take over the series as of Batwoman #25, an issue before the current creative team was to finish their run.
This is the Anger Phase of the grief cycle, right?
Preview of the pencil art for issue #2
Surprising no one, Marvel's latest series of teasers are revealed to be for the upcoming Inhumanity event.
Hey, two years is actually a great run, and anyway, hopefully the next team will do a better job.
Uncover the roots of Hollywood horror in the world premiere of Chiller TV's Real Fear 2, tonight @ 9/8c
Unsurprisingly, DC didn't stop to think about the PR consequences of their actions.
Will Smith in talks to return for the sequel can only mean one thing.
Can't believe I'm saying this, but this looks pretty good.
A villainous character poster and an international one.
grrr... zombies! er, I mean walkers.
DC holds an open search for more creators it can abuse.
This October 'Lights Out' begins for the Lantern Corps
The DC co-publisher has locked himself in the office while preparing for the draft.
...is a sentence we never thought we'd have to write. Thanks a lot, Obama!
A teaser sent out by Marvel yesterday warns readers to "be vigilant," we assume against hyperbole from Marvel's marketing juggernaut.
Citing too much editorial interference, J. H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman announced their exit from Batwoman.
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