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"Detective Comics" #35 begins a guest arc by Ben Percy & acclaimed artist John Paul Leon that puts Batman on a plane with dozens of dead bodies.
Two licensed DC Comics tee-shirts featuring Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman have sparked accusations of sexism among online fans.
What do Batman, Janis Joplin and Julia Child have in common? If you guessed, "They just got their own stamp," you’re correct!
In the aftermath of "Superman: Doomed," Greg Pak and Scott Kolins explore what's left of the Man of Steel in DC Comics' "Action Comics" #35.
ROBOT 6's Grumpy Old Fan delves into the eye-popping finale of "Superman: Doomed,' and ponders what it might signal for the future of the DC Universe.
Marc Guggenheim checks off the items on the vigilante's shopping list in this run-up to the show's third season.
A TV show based on DC/Vertigo's "Lucifer" is in the works, and Mike Carey -- who wrote the entire series -- shares his initial reaction with CBR.
SPOILER ALERT: The finale of "Superman: Doomed" teases a major development in the New 52, one that may be of particular interest to longtime DC Comics fans.
Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner have revealed the scents contained in DC's "Harley Quinn Annual" #1, one of which may come as a surprise.
With TNT & Warner Bros. developing a live-action "Titans" series based on the DC Comics super team, CBR examines which heroes will answer the call.
With a kitchen sink approach to characters and a reliance on an ultra-serious tone, Fox's "Gotham" walks a rough line but holds a few intriguing twists.
With "Gotham" debuting tonight, CBSG spotlights the first comic book appearances of the main cast members -- from Bruce Wayne to Edward Nygma!
Writers Greg Pak & Charles Soule bring DC Comics' Doomsday event to a close as "Superman: Doomed" #2 sees the Man of Steel fight the monster within.
ROBOT 6 wades through DC’s December solicitations, celebrating the return of "Secret Six", and marveling at Darwyn Cooke’s variant landscape covers.
CSBG spotlights examples of major comic book retcons, like the short-lived shocking discovery that Jor-El and Lara survived Krypton's destruction.
DC's villains-turned-mercenaries team may be headed to the big screen courtesy of David Ayer, director of "End of Watch" and "Sabotage."
Beyond DC's one-shot, the Teen of Steel lives on with Frank Barbiere's "Secret Origins" as he preps more "Five Ghosts," "Solar" and "Avengers World."
Artist Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos has drawn several tribute images to the "Saturday Evening Post" featuring fan-favorites from the DC Comics roster.
Bestselling author Daniel H. Wilson shares his thoughts on DC's "Earth 2: Futures End" one-shot and the upcoming weekly series, "Earth 2: World's End."
REVIEW: Morrison & Sprouse's "The Multiversity: The Society of Super-Heroes: Conquerors of the Counter-World" #1
Grant Morrison & Chris Sprouse put together "one of the multiverse's most entertaining comics" with the latest chapter of "The Multiversity."
The writer and executive producer hopes to build a Gotham City that appeals to and surprises both hardcore fans and mainstream audiences alike.
"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim explains how the digital tie-in to the hit TV series will resurrect some bad blood as the story races toward the S3 premiere.
Check out an exclusive first look at Eduardo Risso and Dale Eaglesham's variant covers for Grant Morrison and Ben Oliver's "Multiversity: The Just" #1
You read that right: Amanda Pays will play Dr. Tina McGee on The CW's "The Flash," the same role she played in the 1990 CBS "The Flash" series.
DC's December Solicitations bring a new status quo for "Batman Eternal," a new Robin, a new Constantine and plenty more.
Batman gets a new Robin, Constantine meets his doppelganger and DC promises "significant changes" for Superman in its December solicitations.
Artist Babs Tarr and co-writer Brenden Fletcher talk about fan reaction to their "Batgirl" run, its connection to "Gotham Academy" and more.
Martian Manhunter's decades-long plan for world domination comes to life in DC's "Justice League: Futures End" #1 by Jeff Lemire & Jed Dougherty.
With Warner Bros. considering a "Legion of Super-Heroes" film, will the franchise’s complicated history be as big a hurdle as some seem to think?
As DC's television programming continues to expand, the challenge in bringing a successful "Titans" show to TNT rises exponentially.
The Pre-New 52 Booster Gold and Blue Beetle appear in "Justice League 3000" #12, which writer Keith Giffen says indicates the series may be in a non-New 52 universe.
Check out an exclusive first look at the December solicitations for DC Comics' "Earth 2: World's End" weekly series, with the debut of Jae Lee's cover for #11!
With the Titans no longer breathing, a new group of heroes will rise in Will Pfeifer & Andy Smith's "Teen Titans: Futures End" #1.
A new report states that "Titans," based on the DC Comics team of the same name, may be headed to the pilot stage on TNT.
As the new artist on "Justice League," Jason Fabok checks another goal off his career list as he and Geoff Johns team to tell "The Amazo Virus."
"Superman Unchained" #8 is "a bombastic Superman story and a rollicking fun adventure" serving as the penultimate issue by Scott Snyder & Jim Lee.
After bringing the essence of DC Comics' heroes to TV, prolific writer/producer Andrew Kreisberg brings a touch of their TV iterations to comics.
Before a signing in LA, writer and DC chief creative officer Geoff Johns discussed the first line-wide event of the New 52 era, "Forever Evil."
CBR has the first look at Darwyn Cooke-illustrate variant covers for "Action Comics," "Grayson," "Justice League United" and "Supergirl."
Comparing Stewart to Walter White, "GLC" writer Van Jensen tells CBR about the Shadow Empire and introducing something even more deadly than the New Gods.