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Steve Sunu's New 52 experiment rolls into week seven as Steve weighs the pros and cons of heavy hitters like "Batwoman" and "Green Lantern" and quirkier titles like "Demon Knights" and "Resurrection Man!"
Retail chain Books-A-Million is reportedly joining Barnes and Noble in pulling DC Comics titles from store shelves in response to the publisher's Amazon Kindle contract. ROBOT 6 has details.
John Mayo crunches the numbers and analyzes what September's big relaunch means for DC Comics, comparing it to their last universe-wide reboot, One Year Later.
DC Comics' "Suicide Squad" #2 hits stores October 12th and CBR News spoke with writer Adam Glass about his plans for the U.S. government's team of super villains turned black ops agents.
"Supergirl" co-writers Michael Green and Mike Johnson spoke with CBR about the series' first issue, plans for the first story arc and the fundamental differences and similarities between Kryptonians and Humans.
Batman and Frank Miller top the September sales charts as DC Comics dominates the Top 100 and Legendary Comics' "Holy Terror" takes the top spot in the trade paperback rankings.
DC Comics has announced an agreement to adapt Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy into graphic novel format through its Vertigo imprint in 2012, starting with "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."
As part of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's 100K-selling reinvention, Wonder Woman will see a significant change to her parentage amid her bloody battles with the gods.
New York Comic Con kicks off Thursday! Direct market dips slightly in September, despite DC's New 52 boost! Disney plans 2015 exit for CEO Robert Iger! Plus much more!
Superstar artist Andy Kubert will follow up DC's recent "Flashpoint" event with a two-issue stint on writer Grant Morrison's origin-minded "Action Comics" drawing Superman's adventures in between arcs by Rags Morales.
In a response to DC's exclusive partnering with Amazon's Kindle Fire for titles like "Watchmen" and "The Sandman," Barnes & Noble has pulled the physical books from their store shelves as a protest. Updated with comment from DC.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Resurrection Man" #2. The new adventures of Mitch Shelley as told by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning continue Wednesday, October 12.
Doug Zawisza gives DC Comics' "Animal Man" #2 4 stars saying the sophomore issue from Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman "disturbing and crazy...memorable and exciting"
Wrapping our week-long Q&A with DC Comics' New 52 creators, CBR TV asks for their favorite newly-created villains and why their bad guys have what it takes to stick it to their respective arch-heroes.
Writer Scott Snyder spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about the villains and twists as well as the role of Gotham at the center of his first "Batman" story arc with artist Greg Capullo.
With "Batman" #1 leading the way, DC Comics took 17 of the top 20 sales spots in September's sales charts, with "Fear Itself" #6 the first Marvel title to chart, at the #8 position. ROBOT 6 has more.
Scott Lobdell writes "Red Hood and the Outlaws," "Superboy" and "Teen Titans" for DC Comics, and thanks to the publisher's launch of the New 52, he has a clean slate to tell his tales of the teenage titans.
Warner Bros. Interactive has released an original animated short featuring a showdown between members of the Bats and Jokerz, promoting the upcoming "Gotham City Imposters" video game.
CBR TV asked DC Comics' New 52 creators how they plan to raise the visibility of the lesser-known characters in their respective titles, especially when taking into account new readers DC is attempting to appeal to.
Chad Nevett gives "Action Comics" #2 3.5 stars, calling Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Brent Anderson's take on Superman "a bold reworking of the character [that has] made for some highly entertaining comics."
About 40% of this week's print releases were also available digitally! Kickstarter suing to block crowd-funding patent! Miguel Sepulveda goes DC-exclusive! Plus much more!
DC Comics has released a preview of James Robinson's "The Shade" #1. Featuring art by Cully Hamner and covers by Tony Harris and Hamner, Robinson returns to Opal City Wednesday, October 12.
Steve Sunu is six weeks into his competition pitting all 52 of DC Comics' series against each other, elimination-style! Half the field was eliminated last week -- which of this week's releases will make the cut?
CBR TV finds out what awaits readers of DC Comics' New 52 in issues #2 and bayond, from new "Hawk & Dove" bad guys to more action in "Blackhawks" and a previously unrevealed eight member in "Teen Titans" #3.
ROBOT 6 has the story of a Superman fan so obsessed with the DC Comics icon that he's turned to multiple plastic surgeries since 1995 in order to resemble the Man of Steel as closely as possible.
Greg McElhatton gives Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette's "Swamp Thing" #2 4 stars saying, "I want to keep reading to find out how it will all pan out."
Pinguino Kolb captured the night in pictures as fans and pros gathered in Hollywood at Golden Apple Comics to celebrate the first month of the newly-revamped DC Universe at the DC Comics - The New 52 Wrap Party.
The first pictures of Russell Crowe as Jor-El, Superman's Kryptonian father, have emerged from the Vancouver set of Zack Snyder's upcoming Superman film reboot "Man of Steel."
The last thing you want to read is a boring comic, and Augie finds "Holy Terror" anything to be anything but. Also, which books were worth reading from the final week of DC Comics' New 52 launch?
From "Red Hood & the Outlaws'" Scott Lobdell to "O.M.A.C.'s" Dan DiDio and more, CBR TV asked DC Comics' New 52 creators how they made their titles enjoyable and accessible to new and current readers.
DC Comics claims its relaunched number one issues are new reader-friendly, so CBR News asked non-comic book readers to weigh in on the final batch of New 52 comics, from "I, Vampire" to "The Flash" and more.
DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio was joined by fellow New 52 creators Scott Lobdell, Joshua Hale Fialkov and others in the CBR TV studios to share their favorite New 52 launch titles.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio sent fans reeling over the weekend when he announced that "there have been no Crisis events in the New DCU." ROBOT 6 has details.
"Blue Beetle" writer Tony Bedard spoke with CBR about the number one issue, his personal feelings about writing the Latino character and plans for the ongoing series.
Join CSBG's Greg Burgas as he sets off on an epic quest to weigh in on every single #1 released as part of DC Comics' New 52 relaunch initiative!
Tom Bondurant, ROBOT 6's Grumpy Old Fan, sifts through the final week of DC's New 52 premieres, and recommends "All-Star Western," "Aquaman," "The Fury of Firestorm" and "Justice League Dark."
Writer Chris Roberson spoke with CBR TV about collaborating with Mike Allred on their co-creator-owned "iZombie," taking over "Superman" from JMS and much more.
Kelly Thompson gives "Justice League Dark" #1 4 stars calling Peter Milligan and Mikel Janin's integration of Vertigo characters back into the DCU "well executed...edgy and modern."
Reports say George Perez is stepping down as writer and breakdown artist on "Superman," to be replaced by Keith Giffen and Dan Jurgens as of the seventh issue of the relaunched title.
With Amazon's entry into the world of tablet computing involving an exclusive contract with DC Comics, CBR Senior Editor Steve Gerding has some questions about what to expect when the Kindle Fire hits consumer hands in November.