Greg Capullo and Scott Snyder have both left their mark on the comics industry. They’ve just finished up their run on BATMAN as a part of DC’s company-wide relaunch of titles in The New 52. The duo has greatly influenced the modern perception of the character and introduced great BATMAN stories such as THE COURT OF OWLS and the DEATH OF THE FAMILY. Individually, they’re also very accomplished. Snyder has been a huge pillar for DC. In addition to his work with Capullo on BATMAN, he has written for FLASHPOINT: PROJECT SUPERMAN and DETECTIVE COMICS. He is still working on his creator-owned project AMERICAN VAMPIRE with Vertigo. The series won an Eisner Award and a Harvey Award for the Best New Series category.

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Capullo is perhaps best known for his work on Todd McFarlane’s SPAWN. His other notable works include QUASAR, X-FORCE, and ANGELA. He has also done album art for various metal albums, including The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 1 and The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 2 by Five Finger Death Punch. He is also known for his work on horror comics and his own series, THE CREECH. His attention to detail and gritty intensity make his art instantly recognizable to any seasoned comics reader. Their booth at C2E2 was easily the most crowded with fans. I was shocked we were able to get even one of these people, let alone the opportunity to interview them as a team. It was the first time I’d interviewed a creative team, and I had a lot of fun doing it. Their work has redefined BATMAN for contemporary times. I talked with the legendary creative team about their impact on Batman as a character, their creative process, and what stories they like telling best.

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