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On the opening of a new era for DC Comics' editorial team, some of the biggest names in comics from Joe Quesada to Kurt Busiek and more weigh in with their impressions, congratulations and predictions for what's next.
The former Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief has been hired on in that exact same position for DC Comics where he's worked the past several years running DC's collected editions department.
Writer Adam Beechan divides his DC Universe time between the streets of Gotham City and a wild world of music and monsters with his "Commissioner Gordon" and "Nightmaster" one-shot stories hitting this fall.
George Khoury examines the impact of Alex Ross and Mark Waid's "Kingdom Come" limited series on the mid-'90s comic industry, the story's genesis and Ross' original intent.
For the first time in 20 years, Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen team for December's "Legion of Super-Heroes" Annual #1. We spoke with the duo who made it apparent that it's OK to come home again.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive look at "Hellboy: Masks and Monsters," October's collection of Hellboy's adventures with Batman, Starman and Ghost by Mike Mignola and others.
Greg McElhatton gave Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "The Flash" #5 4-stars saying that "it was worth the extra wait for a new issue," and that the DC Comic's storyline "is right on track for a strong finish."
DC Entertainment’s twin announcements on Tuesday was followed by interviews around the internet that provided fans with a fairly good picture of what the moves mean. ROBOT 6 rounds up the pertinent info.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan Didio & Jim Lee talk to CBR News about their role in the changes coming for the company, how digital strategy around licensed comics will change in Burbank and their overall focus for the future.
The President of DC Entertainment speaks with CBR News about today's changes from the fate of WildStorm to the future of a digital team in Burbank and more.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Supergirl" #56 by Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle with a cover by Amy Reeder. Supergirl faces off with Bizarro Supergirl tomorrow, September 22.
DC Entertainment has officially announced the company's move from their NYC offices to Burbank, CA, while the longstanding publishing division of DC Comics will remain in New York City.
Wayforward's "Batman: The Brave and the Bold – The Videogame" places players squarely in the world of the cartoon series providing a side-scroller that is fun for fans of the cartoon and newcomers alike.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in December 2010, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Batman Inc.," "Green Lantern" and much more.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman: Streets of Gotham" #16 by Paul Dini, Dustin Nguyen, Ivan Brandon and Ramon Bachs. The issue hits Wednesday, September 22.
For the first time in over 20 years, the legendary team that redefined DC's far future superteam will combine forces for a new story in December's "Legion of Super-Heroes Annual" #1.
Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman arrive on Apokalips in this new clip from Warner Bros and DC Entertainment's "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse," arriving September 28, 2010.
With Warner Bros reportedly days away from publicly releasing new plans for DC Comics, SPINOFF wonders whether the announcements will be too little, too late.
With Warner Bros. tightening its focus on the superheroes of the DC Comics Universe, questions loom over the state of the publisher 's location, staff and impending creative output from comics to film, television and video games.
Doug Zawisza gives DC Comics' Aqualad-introducing "Brightest Day" #10 a 4.5 star review, saying that the Geoff Johns and Peter J Tomasi helmed series "leaves me pining for more at the end of each issue."
In our final interview with WayForward, CBR and game director Adam Tierney delved into the game's villains, the music and balancing it all together to create a compelling gaming experience.
After delays struck J. Michael Straczynski's "Superman" arc featuring a walk across America, DC Comics has announced an "interlude" issue by G. Willow Wilson focusing on Lois Lane will replace the planned issue #704.
The avarice-inspired Orange Lantern Larfleeze earns his long-expected Christmas one-shot this December courtesy of Geoff Johns and Brett Booth, which is one of a pair of Green Lantern specials on tap for the holidays.
Writer Adam Beechen opens up to CBR about how he made the future of Batman's animated world jibe with DC continuity, his thoughts on an ongoing and where the mystery of Hush Beyond will lead in this week's issue #4.
DC Comics has released Yanick Paquett'e cover for his and Grant Morrison's "Batman Inc." #2 which seems to indicate that one of the Bat-franchises will be opening up in the Far East come December. ROBOT 6 has the cover.
Writer/artist Howard Chaykin creates an all-new one-shot teaming the Dark Knight detective and the on-again, off-again villainess in a chase after old-school villain the Cavalier in "Batman/Catwoman: Follow the Money."
DC Comics has released a preview of next week's "Power Girl" #16 by writer Judd Winick and artist Sami Basri. The next chapter of Karen Starr's life begins to unfold on Wednesday, September 22.
Felicia Henderson spoke with CBR News about her thoughts on "Teen Titans," her upcoming "Static" ongoing series and the planned movie adaptation of the Foglio's Hugo Award winning "Girl Genius" webcomic.
Tom Bondurant and ROBOT 6 swing back to the 1970s for a look at DC Comics' output throughout the decade and how it compares to where the publisher is today.
CBR has an exclusive look at the "Watchmen" film that could have been as production designer Dominic Watkins shares his and Paul Greengrass' early concepts for a more realistic, modern version of the superhero classic.
Giving Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving's "Batman and Robin" #14 4 stars, Greg McEllhaton says "I'm sad that Morrison only has two more issues left, but he's knocking this last big story out of the park."
Greg McElhatton gave Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke's "Green Lantern" #57 3.5 stars, saying, "At the end of the day, this is a fun issue, but I think the parts I'm going to remember are the quieter moments of storytelling."
Artist Dustin Nguyen continues his stay in Gotham City, leaving his mark along the "Streets of Gotham" and penciling his way onto "Batgirl" while hoping to bring Lil' Gotham to the printed age.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman Beyond" #4 by Adam Beechen and Ryan Benjamin with a cover by Dustin Nguyen. The issue, revealing the true identity of the new Hush, hits stores September 15.
DC Comics has released a preview of this week's "Batman and Robin" #14 by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving with covers by Frank Quitely and Irving. It's Robin vs the Joker on Thursday, September 9!
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Lantern" #57, written by Geoff Johns with art and cover by Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy with a variant by Ryan Sook. The Predator returns to the DCU Wednesday, September 9.
Andy Kubert spoke with CBR News about "Flashpoint," the 2011 Flash-centric mega event he's illustrating for DC Comics, and discussed Dan DiDio's musings about his desire to see Kubert draw a Damian Wayne mini.