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Joshua Hale Fialkov spoke with CBR News about the resurrection of "I, Vampire" as part of DC Comics' line-wide relaunch in September, in which the horror writer offers a new take on eternal star-crossed lovers.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Brian Woods' "Northlanders" #41 featuring art by Marian Churchland and a cover by Massimo Carnevale. The issue hits tomorrow, June 15.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies" #1 by Abnett and Lanning, Scott Clark and David Beaty. Wonder Woman joins the Flashpoint fray June 15.
Ron Marz spoke with CBR News about "Voodoo," one of DC Comics' 52 new series launching in September, which brings a former Wildstorm heroine firmly into the DCU and reinvents the WildC.A.T. for readers new and old.
Writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Pete Woods will tackle "Legion Lost" as part of DC's September relaunch. Nicieza spoke to CBR News about 31st century Legionnaires marooned in the modern DCU.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in September 2011, including the full solicitations for all the DC Relaunch titles & much more!
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.
Guest writer Marc Bernardin takes a look at the effect of casting Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan in "Green Lantern" following the use of John Stewart as GL in the "Justice League Unlimited" cartoon.
Tony Daniel will write and draw the first ever "Detective Comics" #1 to feature Batman, and write "The Savage Hawkman" for DC Comics. Daniel spoke with CBR about both titles and DC's relaunch.
DC Comics is bringing back "Catwoman" as part of their September relaunch, and CBR News has the scoop from series writer Judd Winick. He discusses Selina's future, artist Guillem March and thieves.
Geoff Johns and Jim Lee speak out about the DC September relaunch, details on “Justice League,” and convey a special message from newly announced “Action Comics” writer Grant Morrison.
ROBOT 6's John Parkin takes a long look at which creators and books are being published before the relaunch and adds up which creators and books land after the relaunch, noting major shifts to come for creators and characters.
One of the few unseen pieces of DC Comics 52 series relaunch, the publisher has shared exclusively with CBR the Guy Gardner/John Stewart-powered cover to "Green Lantern Corps" #1 by Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy.
Now that we know the titles and creative teams of DC's 52 new titles, we want to know which books you plan to pick up. Take our survey and we'll share the results Wednesday morning.
The news has been trickling in over the past two weeks, and now CSBG's Greg Hatcher and Kelly Thompson both weigh in with their reactions to DC's relaunch news from new titles to new creative teams.
CBR rounds up every cover, creative team and piece of information on each of DC Comics 52 new series from Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's Justice League to Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" and more.
The acclaimed writer behind "All-Star Superman" and the artist of "Identity Crisis" will redefine the Man of Steel as Grant Morrison and Rags Morales create a new "Action Comics" #1. UPDATED: With full Superman creative teams.
As fans await an official announcement from DC Comics, final details on September's DC relaunch have leaked and ROBOT 6 has all the details. Cover images were found by an enterprising fan on the CBR forums.
CBR News talks to writer Judd Winick about his new series "Batwing" featuring the first-ever black Batman. The writer shares what it's like to patrol an entire continent instead of a city.
Writer Fabian Nicieza spoke with to The Bat Signal about his upcoming August issue of DC Comics “Batman,” the final issue before the September reboot and the culmination of Dick Grayson's tenure under the cowl.
With only four more announcements remaining, catch up on all the news thus far regarding DC's line-wide September relaunch of its superhero titles from new titles and creative teams to how this affects retailers.
Etrigan rises again in "Demon Knights," a new ongoing series by Paul Cornell and Diogenes Neves, part of DC Comics’ September relaunch. CBR News spoke with Cornell about the Medieval DCU series.
As part of DC Comics 52-series relaunch of their line, the publisher is bringing back El Paso's finest teen hero as Tony Bedard and Ig Guara kick off a new "Blue Beetle" monthly, and CBR has the EXCLUSIVE first look.
The Line It Is Drawn sets its sights on DC Comics' current relaunch news with a gallery of your suggestions for brand-new DC #1 titles! Check them out and make your suggestions for next week's topic!
The next wave of relaunch titles from DC Comics includes Paul Cornell's DC/WildStorm mashup of "Stormwatch," new series for "Deathstroke" and "Sgt. Rock" and Dan Didio's "OMAC."
Dan Jurgens spoke with CBR News about writing the adventures of the new "Justice League International" while illustrating a revamped "Green Arrow" as part of DC Comics line-wide September relaunch.
With just over a week until the theatrical release of "Green Lantern," DC Entertainment releases a dedicated iPad/iPhone app to contain the emerald warrior's adventures, from comics to film and more.
Eisner-nominated creator Jeff Lemire sheds light on his two DC Comics "dark side" titles, "Animal Man" and "Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E.," set to launch alongside 50 other new books in the revamped DCU.
A behind-the-scenes featurette, providing a first look at the next direct-to-video project from the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series, "Batman: Year One," has made its way online. SPINOFF has the video.
The DC series based on the animated favorite grows bigger as Adam Beechen explains why the Justice League's missions, the return of Blight and shadowy hackers all impact what's next for "Batman Beyond."
Today's DC Comics' relaunch announcement is teen-centric, with news on new Legion titles, Static, a Scott Lobdell-helmed "Teen Titans" and a Rob Liefeld-illustrated Hawk & Dove ongoing series.
With all the news about DC's upcoming relaunch coming in fast, ROBOT 6's Sean T. Collins takes a look at what we've learned about DC plans for September and beyond based on current information.
Augie rounds up his thoughts on the big DC Comics news of the past week. Are their digital comics good enough? Is this just the DC Ultimate Universe or a potential "Watchmen" #1? Plus, more!
"Supernatural" producer Adam Glass is re-imagining some of the most sinister villains of all time for "Flashpoint: Legion of Doom," featuring Heat Wave, Black Manta, Animal Man and a repurposed Hall of Doom.
Warner Bros. has released a launch trailer for "Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters." Taking place in the same universe as the movie, the game features the voice and likeness of star Ryan Reynolds.
Five new DC Comics series focus on the darker side of the DCU including Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and Peter Milligan's "Justice League Dark." UPDATED: Wildstorm joins the new DCU with "Voodoo," "Resurrection Man."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at "Superman/Batman" #85, writer Joshua Fialkov's first issue on the title, and "Red Robin" #24. Both comics hit stores Wednesday, June 8.
Tim reflects on DC Comics' major relaunch, considers what we know about the first fifteen books announced so far and wonders which ones will be worth reading.
UPDATED: Capping off a day of DC Comics announcements, the publisher makes plans for phase two of "Batman Inc." as well as "Red Hood & The Outlaws, "Batwing," "Batgirl," "Birds of Prey" and "Detective Comics."
Joe Staton, Joe Quinones, Shane Davis and the legendary Neal Adams spoke to fans a HeroesCon about their various contributions to the mythology of DC Comics' Green Lantern franchise.