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"Sherlock Holmes" and "Snatch" director Guy Ritchie has signed on to direct a feature film based on Lobo, the ultraviolent DC Comics character created by Keith Giffen and Roger Slifer. Joel Silver and Akiva Goldsman will produce.
The writer of such superhero classics as “Starman” and “The Golden Age,” James Robinson talks to CBR TV about his new work in the DC Universe with “Superman” and “Justice League of America.”
Dan DiDio leads the DC Universe Editorial Presentation Saturday at FanExpo in Toronto, Canada and shares news of Paul Dini’s “Zatanna” ongoing, “Ambush Bug” #6 and a possible “Wonder Woman” #600.
At the DC Nation panel Friday during Fan Expo in Toronto Canada, DC Executive Editor Dan Didio and crew updated fans in attendance on all things "Blackest Night," "Flash," "Wonder Woman" and much more.
Courtesy of Sony Online Entertainment, CBR brings you the first look at Green Lantern as depicted in the new video game, "DC Universe Online." Check it out!
After a year of anticipation, “Batman: Arkham Asylum” finally arrived in stores this week. Was it worth the wait? Did it live up to the hype? Read CBR's review for our take on what's been called the best superhero game of all time.
Dave Gibbons shares his thoughts on Kamandi while current “Prince Valiant” comic strip writer Mark Schultz joins us to discuss the majesty and influence of Hal Foster on "Wednesday Comics" and beyond.
PRESS RELEASE: DC Comics Announces An Incentive On Vertigo's "Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love" #1
With “Blackest Night: Titans” #1 on sale now, CBR News checked in with writer J.T. Krul to talk about the resurrected Terra and to see how the DC Comics mega event affects the breathing heroes habituating Titans Tower.
Is DC guilty of a Photoshop Disaster? Could a new public health care plan in America change the way comics are made? Did they really make Spawn Pogs in 1993? Were comics really that crazy in the early 90s? Yes on all counts!
Veteran comic book writer John Ostrander discusses his return to Deadshot in “Secret Six” #15 and his amazement with the comics industry, which has rallied around him as has he fights for his sight against glaucoma.
Writer Fabian Nicieza, no stranger to Gotham City, brings Azrael back on a full-time basis with a new ongoing series starting in October. CBR spoke Nicieza about "Azrael" and the man in the suit, Michael Washington Lane.
Geoff Johns will co-write a new Captain Marvel feature based on the "Shazam!" family of DC Comics superheroes. Peter Segal is still expected to direct the picture, which has seen many re-writes in the past.
Brian Azzarello tells us why a Batman/Dick Tracy crossover wouldn’t work, and Mark Chiarello shares an exclusive panel from a Plastic Man strip he commissioned as an insurance policy for “Wednesday Comics.”
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in November 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batman and Robin," "Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love" and much more.
"Batman: Arkham Asylum" is hitting stores this month, and CBR's interview series concludes as we talk with Rocksteady's Tim Hanagan about what fans can expect from the gameplay as they take on the role of the Caped Crusader.
Writer of the critical hit "R.E.B.E.L.S.", Tony Bedard is set to unleash “The Great Ten” on the DC Universe with a 10-part miniseries drawn by Scott McDaniel. CBR spoke with the writer about China’s high-powered team of super-functionaries.
Kyle Baker swoops in to talk about his Hawkman story in “Wednesday Comics” and drop hints about a new series he’s creating for DC. Also, editor Mark Chiarello shares his Top 5 serial strips for you to check out.
Eisner winner Brian Azzarello talks to CBR about November's “Batman/Doc Savage” special and the subsequent miniseries that will feature the Man of Bronze, the Dark Knight and many more non-superpowered heroes, including The Spirit.
At Chicago Comic-Con's DC Nation panel, the publisher announced a new "Batman/Doc Savage" special and series by Brian Azzarello, a second ongoing Justice Society series, and teased other upcoming events in the fan Q&A session.
Kurt Busiek talks about his love for "Wednesday Comics," his Green Lantern strip, and what he’d write next year if the book returns. Also, DCU editor Eddie Berganza talks about his Teen Titans strip.
An all-star panel of creators behind DC’s highly successful “Wednesday Comics” met with fans at Comic-Con to share the trials, techniques and sheer joy that come with working on the Mark Chiarello project.
Bruce Timm and the casts and crews of "Green Lantern: First Flight" and "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" previewed the upcoming films, took questions from fans and teased a new short film line at Comic-Con.
Karl Kerschl tells CBR why he wasn’t up to speed with The Flash until he started on “Wednesday Comics,” and editor Mark Chiarello reveals some details about Plastic Man and Creeper stories that he keeps for deadline insurance.
Creators from all corners of the industry joined Dan DiDio on Sunday to discuss comic books and share their own histories as fans with attendees at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
DC Comics held its Blackest Night panel Saturday afternoon at Comic-Con International, and CBR was there for all the zombified super-hero news and teases about DC's polychromatic summer event.
DC Comics held its DC Nation panel Friday afternoon at San Diego's Comic-Con International, Executive Editor Dan DiDio and company answered fan questions about Blackest Night and more.
Superstar writer Geoff Johns recently stopped by the CBR yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss "Blackest Night," zombie super heroes and all things Green Lantern Corps related.
Comic are undergoing a metamorphosis in the constantly changing digital world. Dave Gibbons, Paul Levitz and others discussed the evolution at DC's motion comics panel.
The writer of such DC Comics titles as “Blackest Night,” “Green Lantern” and “The Flash: Rebirth,” Geoff Johns met with fans at Comic-Con in San Diego to answer questions about his career and upcoming projects.
DC Comics held its Superman panel Thursday morning Comic Con International in San Diego, with Geoff Johns, James Robinson, Greg Rucka, and more discussing the various titles--and making some rude jokes.
This week: what's so funny 'bout peace, love & Wednesday Comics?; San Diego signing schedule; weird scenes inside the real world; plus what banks spent their money on, the Comics Cover Challenge and much more.