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It's Batman vs. Robin in Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar's DC Event Series

Bruce Wayne is going to come to blows with his son, Damian Wayne, in a new limited series this fall. Batman vs. Robin is a five-issue series from writer Mark Waid, artist Mahmud Asrar, and colorist Nathan Fairbairn debuting in September. The event spins out of Waid's current run on Batman/Superman: World's Finest with artist Dan Mora, while also tying into the concluding "Shadow War" crossover between Joshua Williamson's Batman, Robin, and Deathstroke series. Each part of Batman vs. Robin features five oversized issues, and also involves the Devil Nezha from World's Finest.
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DC Relaunches Batman/Superman With Mark Waid and Dan Mora

Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent are teaming up in a new series that merges DC's Batman/Superman with World's Finest. The superstar creative team of writer Mark Waid and artist Dan Mora are collaborating on Batman/Superman: World's Finest, spinning out of a story they're telling in a Detective Comics #1050 back-up story in January. Polygon reports that Batman/Superman: World's Finest #1 releases on March 15, 2022, guest-stars the Doom Patrol in a flashback tale that promises to leave lasting repercussions on the DC Universe.

Mark Waid & Dan Mora Will Relaunch DC’s Batman/Superman Series

Next year, DC’s two most popular heroes will once again share top billing in a brand new series with a superstar creative team at the helm. The publisher has announced (via Polygon) that writer Mark Waid and artist Dan Mora will launch Batman/Superman: World’s Finest in 2022. According...

DC’s Batman/Superman comic returns in 2022 from legend Mark Waid

DC’s oldest team up book will return in 2022 with a new creative team. Comics veteran writer Mark Waid (Kingdom Come, Daredevil) will team with the dynamic talents of artist Dan Mora (Detective Comics) for Batman/Superman: World’s Finest, and Batman and Superman themselves will team with ... the Doom Patrol?

Batman and Superman team up for World's Finest by Mark Waid & Dan Mora

Superstar writer Mark Waid is back at DC, and his first major project will give what DC describes as a "brand-new day" for Batman and Superman. Waid is teaming with Detective Comics artist Dan Mora for an as-yet-untitled story (but nicknamed 'World's Finest' in the concept art) which will begin as a back-up in January 25's Detective Comics #1050. The publisher says Waid and Mora's back-up story "is just the beginning" for the creative duo and the two superheroes.
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Girard product Mark Waid announces he will transfer from YSU

YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown State quarterback Mark Waid is transferring, according to a tweet he sent out Tuesday afternoon. Waid started at quarterback in four games for YSU during its shortened spring season, and played in six of those contests. In 2019 under then-head coach Bo Pelini, he appeared in four games.

Fantastic Four: The oral history of the iconic run by Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo

From 2002 to 2005, writer Mark Waid and the late artist Mike Wieringo, alongside inker Karl Kesel and an editorial team led by Tom Brevoort, embarked on a 35-issue run as the creative force behind the Marvel Comics' Fantastic Four title. Waid's involvement was somewhat ironic, as he was shaping an FF tenure that would later be placed in the rarefied air of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's initial efforts after having a rocky relationship with Marvel's first family as a fan.

The Flash: Mark Waid Comments on Bart Allen Casting

The CW announced today that Bart Allen, the grandson of The Flash and the speedster hero known as Impulse, has been cast on The Flash...and the man who co-created the character couldn't be happier about it. Mark Waid, the fan-favorite Flash comics writer who also created Savitar, and who has been name-dropped on The CW's The Flash more than once, told ComicBook today that he and co-creator Humberto Ramos have been waiting for this moment for years. That makes sense, because by the time Bart was created in the comics, Waid himself had already contributed to a TV tie-in for the 1990 The Flash TV series starring John Wesley Shipp in the title role.