One of comics' most influential and popular writers is back at DC, and he's launching what could be his most mind-boggling project yet.
Warning: After hearing this, you may never read one of the greatest Batman stories ever the same way again.
Comic guru Grant Morrison has been cranking out acclaimed funny books for decades, so what does the DC alum (and Superman comic writer) think of Man of Steel?
Alan Moore and Grant Morrison are two of the greatest writers in the history of comics, but who would win in a fight?
The DC universe lost a fairly major character today, and writer Grant Morrison is here to explain why a character from Batman had to bite the bullet.
As Crazy Horse once said, "Wednesday is a good day to die." We may be paraphrasing slightly.
We might have to wait a while longer to see a film version of Dinosaurs vs. Aliens, the sci-fi collaboration between Men In Black director Barry Sonnenfeld and comic book icon Grant Morrison, but the motion comic is already here, and the first chapter of the epic saga is online for you to watch right now.
Ever since filmmaker Barry Sonnenfeld and comic book super-writer Grant Morrison announced their crazy Dinosaurs vs. Aliens project, we've been wondering what the thing might look like. Now the first teaser trailer for the project has given us a glimpse.
Superman and DC Comics sure are getting themselves into trouble lately. First it was Supes denouncing his US citizenship, then it was DC rebooting his character, and now two little letters have the Man of Steel and writer Grant Morrison under fire—GD.
Grant Morrison talks about his plans to bring back Batman in The Return of Bruce Wayne.