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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.
Tom Bondurant looks back at Earth-Two, a parallel universe where DC's superheroes aged, had children, retired and, in the case of Batman, even died (for good).
Superstar artist Ethan Van Sciver spoke with CBR News about his upcoming new projects at WildStorm, how involved he’ll be in the creator-owned titles and the return of his first creation, Cyberfrog.
The writing team spoke with CBR News about their brand-new ongoing series from DC that brings the heroes of the new animated television show off the screen and onto the printed page.
Wayforward Technologies' Adam Tierney goes in-depth with CBR about the production of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold: The Videogame," and gives us a look at the launch trailer.
DC Comics has released an early look inside "Superman: Earth One," the first of the publisher's original graphic novel line set to redefine the Man of Steel under the pen of J. Michael Straczynski and Shane Davis.
Yanick Paquette talks to CBR about his return to DC Comics and why working with Grant Morrison, not Batman, was the biggest draw. He also revealed the dynamic duo have another project in the works.
CBR News spoke with British artist Gary Frank at Fan Expo Canada about “Superman: Secret Origin” and “Batman: Earth One.” The convention appearance was Frank’s first in North America in more than ten years.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Batman Confidential" #48. Written by Kevin VanHook with art and cover by Tom Mandrake, this issue goes on sale this week.
From the Fleischer Superman cartoons to Danny Elfman's "Batman" theme, a new CD celebrates 75 years of DC Comics, and its producer tells CBR what it took to assemble the world's greatest superhero tracks.
Courtesy of Sony Online Entertainment & DC Entertainment, CBR brings you an extensive gallery of Jim Lee's designs for the "DCU Online" version of Wonder Woman.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Superman: The Last Family of Krypton" #2 by Cary Bates and Renato Arlem with a cover by Felipe Massafera, on sale this week.
DC Comics Executive Story Editor Ian Sattler and "Supergirl" writer Sterling Gates stepped in for the absent Dan DiDio at the traditional Sunday Conversation at Baltimore Comic-Con, and CBR was there.
We spoke with Fabian Nicieza about designing "Bruce Wayne - The Road Home," DC Comics' October event spanning eight self-contained yet inter-connected one-shots covering the closest allies and oldest enemies of Batman.
Grant Morrison's "Batman Inc" begins an era of two Batmen in Gotham as Bruce WAyne and Dick Grayson retain the cowl, but more surprises lay in store for the Bat-franchise including a team-up with Catwoman against a new foe.
George Pérez has confirmed health issues and deadline conflicts have led the long-awaited "Teen Titans: Games" graphic novel to be removed from the November release schedule. ROBOT 6 has the details.
DC Nation showed up in force, with panelists including Sterling Gates, Shane Davis, Nick Spencer, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Ivan Brandon. CBR was there to listen in on the relatively relaxed discussion panel.
A Batman Beyond ongoing series? A new headlining character for ”Adventure Comics” after “Flashpoint”? Conner Kent playing hockey in “Superboy”? All were discussed at the DC Universe panel at Fan Expo in Toronto, Canada.
Dan DiDio led a DC Nation panel that included Chris Sprouse, Jeff Lemire, Brian Azzarello, and more as they discussed events in "Batman" and "Brightest Day" and teased what may be Andy Kubert's next project.
At Wizard's Chicago Con, Ethan Van Sciver serenaded fans with songs about body odor and Star Trek, while officially announcing the return of Cyberfrog and discussing the creation of horror villains in "Green Lantern."
Stuart Moore and Fabian Nicieza, the writing duo behind the Middle Eastern comic book series "The 99," spoke with CBR about their upcoming crossover teaming the worldly heroes with the Justice League of America.
DC Comics has released an advance look at "Knight and Squire" #1, written by Paul Cornell with art by Jimmy Broxton and covers from Yanick Paquette and Billy Tucci. Explore the DCU's Britain on October 13.
PRESS RELEASE: Seven-time Emmy Winner Ed Asner reprising Granny Goodness Role in Superman/Batman: Apocalypse
Greg McElhatton gave DC Comics' "Legion of Super-Heroes" #4 a 4-star review, saying that the team of Paul Levitz, Yildiray Cinar and Francis Portela, saying, "This is the "LoSH" that I was waiting for."
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gave "Batman" #702 a 3.5 star review, saying that the final piece of "Batman R.I.P." by Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel "provides some key elements for Morrison’s ongoing Batman story."
Judd WInick spoke with CBR News about the second act of his bi-weekly series "Justice League: Generation Lost," hinting at what's still to come in the hunt for the man who no longer exists, Maxwell Lord.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #868 featuring Batman versus a city full of Jokers. The issue, by David Hine and Scott McDaniel, hits stores tomorrow, August 25.
More details have emerged about Cartoon Network’s "Young Justice" animated series including the fact that the show takes place on Earth 16, placing it firmly in DC Comics' continuity. SPINOFF has the details.