Paul Levitz

Paul Levitz and Simon Frazer Have Unfinished Business at Dark Horse

Paul Levitz and Simon Fraser Have Unfinished Business at Dark Horse

Dark Horse Comics has announced a new graphic novel from Eisner Hall-of-Famer Paul Levitz and Man With Two First Names Simon Fraser hitting stores this June. Unfinished Business, according to a press release at least so take it with a grain of salt, is a “tantalizing original graphic novel of dark mystery and magical realism […]

Paul Levitz Gets An Extra Issue for The Visitor

Paul Levitz and MJ Kim Get an Extra Issue for The Visitor

When Valiant Entertainment announced their new series of December, The Visitor by Paul Levitz and MJ Kim (though Bleeding Cool somehow had a four-month lead) it was listed as a five-issue series. Well, it seems that this Visitor will be sticking around a little longer, for six issues. As a result, the Pre-Order Bundle offer […]

Paul Levitz and MJ Kim Reboot The Visitor at Valiant in December

Paul Levitz and MJ Kim Reboot The Visitor at Valiant in December

In an EX-X-XCLUSIVE report confirming something Bleeding Cool reported first four months ago, sexy Dora the Explorer advocacy website The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Paul Levitz and MJ Kim will reboot The Visitor at Valiant this December. Though The Visitor takes its title and some inspiration from the original Valiant comic, this is a […]

From Fandom to the Front Office

From Fandom to the Front Office: DC Comics’ Paul Levitz

Paul Levitz has had a lengthy career in comics. Former President of DC Comics. Publisher for 17 years. Eisner Award-winning writer. A panel was held Thursday afternoon to spotlight the man and his contributions to the medium and to the industry. Moderated by George Gustines, a journalist for the New York Times, the discussion began […]

Paul Levitz to Launch The Visitor from Valiant Entertainment

Once upon a time, he reported comics industry gossip in his fanzine The Comic Reader. Then he began editing and writing comics for DC Comics, rising over the decades to become both President and Publisher of DC. He was then knocked off his perch with a triple whammy of Dan DiDio, Jim Lee and Diane […]

Which Comics Should Fans of DC TV/Film Start With? DC Broke It Down at SDCC

Words and Photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Mike Sangregorio: On Saturday afternoon at San Diego Comic-Con DC closed out a string of panels with a discussion of what should be considered essential reading for those fans who discovered its characters through other mediums, such as television and movies. It was moderated by Mike Avita, host of […]


Darkseid #1 Review: A Genuine Story Of Revolution

To round out the month of Jack Kirby, we have Darkseid #1 to bring us tales from the shadows of Apokolips and give us insight into the head of its cruel overlord. The first story, by Mark Evanier, Scott Kollins, and Dave McCaig, tells of a trio of young revolutionaries who have been rebelling against […]

DC Comics To Publish Original Uncensored Authority By Mark Millar And Frank Quitely

In the year 2000, DC Comics started censoring The Authority by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, the flagship comic book from Wildstorm, the Jim Lee-started publisher that DC Comics had purchased. We recently looked at the Wildstorm Oral History account of what went down in those days. David Baron: They didn’t quite like it. This was no […]

Exclusive Previews For Call Of Duty: Black Ops III #6 And Dark Horse Present #27

We have some more exclusive previews for Dark Horse books shipping in October. The first batch includes Call of Duty: Black Ops III #6 that ships on October 12th and Dark Horse Presents #27 that ships October 19th. CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS III #6 Writer: Larry Hama Artist: Marcelo Ferreira Colorist: Dan Jackson Cover […]

14 Creators Working On Dark Horse Presents #26 And An Exclusive Preview

For our second exclusive Dark Horse preview of the weekend we have Dark Horse Presents #26 with an amazing group of creators. Writers Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Keith Goldberg, Kaare Andrews, John Arcudi, Alan Gordon, Rich Woodall, Paul Levitz are joined by artists Aaron Campbell, Troy Nixey, Lucas Varela, Bo Hampton, Craig Rousseau, Tim Hamilton […]

Taschen Cancels Final Two Volumes Of 75 Years Of DC Comics

75 Years Of DC Comics: The Art Of Modern Mythmaking is an oversized massive volume edited by ex-publisher/president of DC, Paul Levitz. Taschen decided to serialise – and expand – it into five volumes and had put out out the Golden, Silver and Bronze Age volumes. But Taschen has decided not to do ahead with publishing the last two […]

Pottymouth Doctor Fate?

Paul Levitz used to be President and Publisher of DC Comics until everything changed and his job was split among five people. That was then. But during his tenure, he had to deal with an event that saw the All-Star Batman And Robin The Boy Wonder comic by Frank Miller and Jim Lee feature seriously strong swearing […]

Today, For The Comic Industry, Is #ThankYouBob Wayne Day

Today is DC Comics’ last day in New York City as the offices on 1700 Broadway close, the publisher relocating to Burbank/ It is also the last day for 77 DC employees who have declined to make the move west to Burbank. One is Bob Wayne, Senor VP Sales, leaving the company after twenty-eight years. A comic […]

“I Never Saw Him So Powerful” – Lois Lane From World’s Finest #31

Paul Levitz is continuing his run on World’s Finest with the fifth part of the Secret History of Superman & Batman? You have to love a title with a question mark in it. So exactly what happened to the Earth 2 Superman and Batman… this is the story with the answers. Death and destruction are increasing […]

New Dr. Fate Series By Paul Levitz And Sonny Liew

Paul Levitz always gets to write a comic. That was the rumoured deal after his departure as Publisher and President of DC Comics. And now, after Legion Of Superheroes and World’s Finest, comes his next peoject, as part of DC’s June mini-relaunch, Dr Fate with artist Sonny Liew. Liew recently worked with new Action Comics writer […]