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Following the announcement of Tom Hardy signing to portray the complex villain Bane in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises," CBR News takes a look at the origins and life of the man that broke the Bat.
Zack Snyder's new Man of Steel spent years losing out on some of the biggest movie franchises in pop culture, but now British actor Henry Cavill is bulking up for his shot at the spotlight and Superman.
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of Palmiotti & Gray's "Jonah Hex" #64 with art by Nelson and "Freedom Fighters" #6 with art by Travis Moore, both on sale February 2.
DC Comics has released a preview of "The Flash" #9 by Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul, featuring covers by Manapul and Skott Kolins. On February 9, the Fastest Man Alive deals with "Brightest Day" while "Flashpoint" is on the horizon.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant walks through DC Comics' April 2010 solicitations, speculating on the mystery figure on the cover to "Green Lantern" #65, pondering the end of "Brightest Day" and more.
Doug Zawisza gave "Action Comics" #897 4.5 stars saying of Paul Cornell and Pete Woods' latest chapter in the saga of Lex Luthor, "with Cornell guiding Luthor’s path, I don’t see [my] enjoyment diminishing any time soon."
In support of Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert's upcoming five-issue event series "Flashpoint," DC Comics has announced titles for 14 tie-in mini series though creators details remain scarce for the "Whatever Happened?" style stories.
The writing team of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray spoke with CBR News about their continued tenure on DC Comics' "Jonah Hex" and rounding up their first big arc on "Freedom Fighters."
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave "Detective Comics" #873 a 4.5 star review, saying that the current creative team of Scott Snyder and Jock "are doing a great job [of] making this title a must-read."
J.G. Jones discusses his love of Doc Savage, how he came to write the pulp character's title for DC Comics instead of drawing it, teased the forthcoming original graphic novel he's creating for the publisher and more.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #20, the first issue by the new creative team of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason. The issue, sporting covers by Gleason and Gene Ha, hits stores Wednesday, February 9.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Brightest Day" #19, the first battle in the long-brewing Aquawar by Geoff Johns Peter Jomasi, Ican Rei and more. The war for the Earth's oceans breaks out on Wednesday, February 2.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Arrow" #8 by J.T. Krul and Diogenes Neves with covers by Mauro Cascioli and David Mack. The "Brightest Day"-linked storyline continues tomorrow, January 26.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Wonder Woman" #606, the continuation of J. Michael Straczynski's re-imagining of the Amazonian princess. Written by JMS and Phil Hester, the issue hits stores tomorrow, January 26.
Cartoon Network and DC Entertainment have released fresh screencaps and a pair of video clips from this week's all new episode of "Young Justice" featuring the villainous Bane and the criminal network of KOBRA.
CSBG's Kelly Thompson talks to Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly about their new Vertigo series, "The New York Five," the sequel to their previous collaboration for DC Comics' short-lived Minx imprint, "The New York Four."
DC Comics has released a five-page preview of "Action Comics" #897 by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods. The issue features a showdown between Lex Luthor and the Joker, and is on sale January 26.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR is pleased to present an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #873 by Scott Snyder and Jock, concluding their first story arc "Black Mirror." The issue goes on sale this week.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at several of DC's history-setting miniseries, including "Atlantis Chronicles," "Superman: The Secret Years," and "The Golden Age," and the influence these had on the direction of the line.
In a surprise move, NBC has ordered the pilot for the David E. Kelley "Wonder Woman" revival that just two weeks ago couldn't find a network. The take on the character appears to be a departure from both comics and the ’70s series.
Hoping to draw in fans of Hal Jordan's incoming movie, DC Comics is representing his most recent origin telling for Free Comic Book Day along with an early look at the Geoff Johns/Andy Kubert "Flashpoint" event for die hard readers.
After the revelation this week that the long-awaited "Batwoman" would be delayed until April, J.H. Williams III discussed the series' schedule on his blog, noting that the new date was more realistic from the start. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Peter Milligan says Atrocitus is a murderous, ancient monster, but now he’s his murderous ancient monster and it’s his job to make readers empathize with him in the new ongoing “Red Lanterns” series from DC Comics.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in April 2011, including the latest from "War of the Green Lanterns," "Brightest Day" and much more.
In a move towards a in house set of ratings for everything from kids comics to the mature readers material of Vertigo, DC Comics will no longer carry the decades-old Comics Code Seal of Approval on its monthly titles.
Doug Zawisa reviewed "Brightest Day" #18, giving it a perfect five stars for artists Ivan Reis and Ardian Syaf's "visual spectacle," and the mysteries established by Geoff Johns and Pete Tomasi "start to click into place."
An A-list team of creators including Damon Linelof, Richard Donner and Alex Ross bring the Man of Steel back home from his cross-country journey to "Action Comics" where Doomsday and Lex Luthor await.
With Sinestro poised to enter the fray, fan favorite writer Tony Bedard checks in to discuss his run on “Green Lantern Corps” and teases what’s ahead in the upcoming crossover, "War of the Green Lanterns."
DC Comics has released a five-page preview of "Green Lantern Corps" #56, continuing the "Weaponer" story arc by Tony Bedard and Tyler Kirkham. The issue is in stores today.
New DC exclusive artist Phil Jimenez spoke with CBR News about his upcoming work on "Adventure Comics" and the start of the "Legion Academy" arc that introduces the future to the possible Legionnaires of tomorrow.
ROBOT 6 has an unconfirmed report that DC Comics will delay the debut of the eagerly-anticipated "Batwoman" until April. The series, by J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman, and Amy Reeder, was set to launch in February.
John Constantine ties the knot in this week's "Hellblazer" #275 by Peter Milligan and Giuseppe Camuncoli, with uninvited guests from heaven and hell dropping by. CBR has an exclusive 5-page preview, courtesy of DC/Vertigo.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #15, written by Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi with art by Ivan Reis, Pat Gleason, Ardian Syaf and more. DC's event series continues tomorrow, January 19.
Tim Callahan gives "Superman" #707 three and a half stars, praising new writer Chris Roberson for "saving this sinking ship, turning it toward clear waters" in that it "subverts what Straczynski has been doing" with the Man of Steel.
Series creator Tom Wheeler spoke with CBR News about "The Cape," NBC's latest foray into the realm of super heroes, touching on the show's inspiration, what it's like developing an all-new universe and much more.
DC Comics provides a few answers to the questions raised by yesterday's teaser images for the upcoming "Flashpoint" event by writer Geoff Johns and artist Andy Kubert, though new mysteries have been revealed.
Marv Wolfman and Tony Bedard explain the differences between the "DC Universe Online" game and the supporting comic, "DCUO Legends," teasing which superheroes and supervillains will be major players in the series.
DC Comics and Geoff Johns are giving fans hints of what to expect today with numerous "Flashpoint" themed teasers which, while slight on artwork, offer compelling looks ahead into the Flash-based event storyline. UPDATED
CBR's Doug Zawisza gave "Batgirl" #17 a 4.5 star review, calling Stephanie Brown's latest adventure by writer Bryan Q. Miller and guest artist Pere Pérez "a beam of sunshine on the new comics’ racks."