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Geoff Johns on re-evaluating the medium for digital display! Marvel's backlist problem! Washington City Paper axes comic strips -- again! Houston welcomes "The Scarlet Spider"! Plus more!
Greg McElhatton celebrates the New Year early, giving "Aquaman" #4 3.5 stars and calls the relaunch by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis "a resounding success."
Mesa, Arizona-area stores diversify, expand after Atomic Comics closing! Interviews with Mike Mignola, Jeff Parker, Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder and Joshua Hale Fialkov! Plus more!
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in March, 2012, including the latest from "Green Lantern," Justice League," "Batman" and more.
This week, learn how Superboy almost had a TV series during the 1960s! Plus, discover the Aquaman mini-series that never was, and the strange origins of the Marvel villain Shuma-Gorath.
ROBOT 6's Caleb Mozzocco brings up the age-old fan debate, "Should heroes kill?" after reading the latest issues of "Justice League," "Aquaman" and "Green Lantern."
Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' "Aquaman" continues to garner strong reviews as Doug Zawisza gives the second issue 4 stars, saying that so far, the series "sets the high-water (had to do it) mark" for the character.
Greg McElhatton gives Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' "Aquaman" #1 4 stars, calling the first issue from the "Blackest Night" creative team "A strong debut from all parties involved."
DC Comics has announced that its entire slate of New 52 titles is going back to press for second printings with "Aquaman" becoming the eleventh series to break 100K and "Batman" crossing the 200K threshold.
DC Comics CCO and writer Geoff Johns spoke with CBR about his take on "Aquaman" and the mysteries of Atlantis, explaining exactly why people should care about the aquatic Golden Age character.
More art sneak peaks from DC's New 52 books have been released, with looks at Supergirl, Aquaman, Teen Titans, Nightwing, Swamp Thing, Batman and more! Robot 6 has the images.
DC Comics today released new art from its Friday slate of Comic-Con panels for Justice League, Superman and the New 52.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies" #2, which reveals the origins of the Atlantean and Amazon war.
The alternate universe sea king takes his battles hard as Aquaman stars in the just-released Ivan Reis/George Perez variant cover for DC Comics "Flashpoint" #3, which hits stores in early July.
Writer Tony Bedard spoke with CBR News about his take on "Flashpoint" with "Emperor Aquaman" and shared details about his recently announced miniseries, "War Of The Green Lanterns Aftermath."
Brian Azzarello spearheads "Wonder Woman," Francis Manapul writes "Flash" and heroes from Firestorm to Hawkman get new origins as DC shows off art from the first ten of 52 new series.
The CCO of DC Entertainment takes the stage in San Francisco as Geoff Johns talks Green Lantern at WonderCon digging into plans for the comic line in "War of the Green Lanterns" and unveiling his "Aquaman" artist.
DC Comics continues their "Flashpoint Friday" tradition, kicking things off this week with a look at series artist Andy Kubert's design and notes for the event. UPDATED with the Canterbury Cricket!
What new DC comic book led to an edit in an episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold?" How did an artist miscommunication lead to an Aquaman story? And was a comic really used to test the sense of humor of Germans?
Geoff Johns has confirmed news coming out of MegaCon that a new Aquaman series by him will launch later this year following the conclusion of "Brightest Day." ROBOT 6 has the details.
This week, CBLR asks, when did Captain America first throw his mighty shield? Who was the first female member of the Justice Society? And what comic book legend's death led directly to Paul Levitz's first comics story?
We all remember those little circles coming out of Aquaman's head during "Super Friends," but what's their secret origin? Find out, along with a story about a hilarious miscommunication in a Peter David-penned comic book!
With Brightest Day heading closer to its finale, Doug Zawisza gives issue #22 4 stars, saying, "I’m still not certain what the end game is that is being played towards here, but I'm definitely along for the ride!"
Cartoon Network and DC Entertainment have released fresh screencaps and a pair of video clips from this week's all new episode of "Young Justice" featuring the villainous Bane and the criminal network of KOBRA.
In the holiday edition of CBR's regular talks with Geoff Johns, he let us know where we'll see Aquawar unfold, who's featured in "War of the Green Lanterns," what to look forward to in the Green Lantern film and more.
A visit with "Cowboys & Aliens!" "Resurrection" attracts "A-List" talent. "Aquaman" on tap for 2015? Also, light-skinned "Hobbit" troubles, a positive "Turn Off the Dark" review and more.
Cartoon Network and WB Animation have released a new video clip from the November 26 airing debut episode of "Young Justice" along with a slew of new screenshots from the highly anticipated new series.
The CW has released preview clips from this week's "Smallville." Titled "Patriot," the episode features a captured Aquaman being submitted to a series of tests by Col. Slade.
The CW has released photos from next week's episode of "Smallville," titled "Patriot." Guest starring Alan Ritchson as Aquaman and Michael Hogan as Col. Slade, "Patriot" airs Friday, November 19 at 8PM.
Mark Waid answered questions about "Irredeemable," CrossGen, Hawkman, Barry Allen, digital comics and much more in a quest to answer 50 questions in 50 minutes at Long Beach Comic Con.
Doug Zawisza gave "Brightest Day" #12 4.5-star saying that the latest installment of Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi's DC Comics event delivers "one of the most satisfying and electrifying stories in this series yet."
Producers James Tucker & Michael Jelenic discuss working on "Batman: The Brave and The Bold," using obscure DC Comics characters, the series' impending end and the latest story, "The Siege of Starro."
DC Comics has released a teaser image featuring the main protagonists of the current "Brightest Day" series acting out various potential futures, including Hal Jordan as a White Lantern, a dead Aquaman and more.
CBLR gets to the bottom of the Superman/Seinfeld connection! Also, are those drug references we see in the pages of..."Aquaman?" All this, plus the origin of John Ostrander: comic book character, await you within!
"Brightest Day"cover artist David Finch spoke about why he loves drawing Deadman and Aquaman for the bi-weekly event title, what he finds challenging about Firestorm and a tease about another big project.
CBR's Timothy Callahan gave "Brightest Day" #3 a 3-star review, stating that the Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi-helmed bi-weekly series "might end up being the best of the year-long superhero experiments so far."
CBR kicks off a new monthly feature called DAYBREAK with Peter Tomasi, co-writer of the 26-issue series joining us for this installment and Geoff Johns, Tomasi's' co-writer, who talked about the rebirth of Aquaman.
DC Comics Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns joined CBR TV at C2E2 to discuss his new position, Aquaman as an A-List character, working with Peter Tomasi, his drive to grow as a creator, "Brightest Day" and more.
CBR's Doug Zawisza reviewed J. Michael Straczynski and Jesus Saiz' "The Brave and the Bold" #32 and gave the issue 4.5 stars saying of the seemingly odd character pairing, "This is Aquaman at his dazzling best."
DC Comics drops the first story-specific teaser for the upcoming twice-monthly follow up to the blockbuster "Blackest Night" event with an early David Finch cover and word from Geoff Johns on the sea king's future.