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Superstar artist Frank Quitely charmed fans and answered questions ranging from the beginnings of his career, working with Grant Morrison, potential extras for the "We3" and "Flex Mentallo" collections and much more.
DC Comics brought an array of creators to WonderCon to discuss what's to come in "Flashpoint," the ending of "Justice League: Generation Lost," "Justice League of America," "Green Arrow," "The Flash" and more.
The CW has released an extensive photo gallery for "Booster," the Geoff Johns scripted episode of "Smallville" featuring the debut of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle, set to air Friday, April 22.
DC Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at a trio new comics hitting the stands on April 6 -- "Secret Six" #32, "Freedom Fighters" #8 and the "First Wave Special" one-shot.
Tim and Graeme McMillan conclude their two-part discussion about "Legends," "Millennium" and "Invasion!" by asking questions about the lasting legacy of these series and quoting from the sacred book of Steve Englehart.
"Green Lantern" star Ryan Reynolds admitted it was Hal Jordan's "rage and purpose" which drew him to the film, promised plenty of action and name-dropped a few other Lanterns when asked about potential sequels.
Greg McElhatton gave Nick Spencer and R.B. Silva's "Jimmy Olsen" a 5-star review, saying "If you told me a year ago that a 'Jimmy Olsen' one-shot would be one of the best comics of the year, I'd have laughed at you."
During a laid back and casual WonderCon panel, artist Amy Reeder spoke about her career in comics, from her time with Tokyopop to her current work with DC Comics, touching on the "Batwoman" delays and more.
Blake Lively revealed she landed her "Green Lantern" role in part because the darker edge she displayed in "The Town" may be key for stories to come, as she hinted at an appearance by Star Sapphire in potential sequels.
CBR News presents an exhaustive library of screenshots culled from the newly released "Green Lantern" WonderCon footage for you to peruse, dissect and debate!
Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment have released four minutes of select footage from the upcoming "Green Lantern" feature film as shown to attendees at WonderCon.
With Warner Bros reportedly planning a Justice League movie for 2013, with a brand new Superman and Batman attached, SPINOFF wonders whether this is as bad an idea as it sounds.
Warner Bros. has released the latest poster for the Ryan Reynolds helmed "Green Lantern" movie, as seen by attendees at this weekend's WonderCon. The movie opens in theaters on June 17.
WonderCon in San Francisco was "Green Lantern" central Friday evening as DC Entertainment CCO Geoff Johns took to the stage with stars Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively to show off new footage and discuss the upcoming feature film.
In a CBR exclusive Keith Giffen, Louise Simonson, Jon Bogdanove and Marv Wolfman spill the beans on their contributions to DC Comics just-announced “Retro-Active” series.
The CCO of DC Entertainment takes the stage in San Francisco as Geoff Johns talks Green Lantern at WonderCon digging into plans for the comic line in "War of the Green Lanterns" and unveiling his "Aquaman" artist.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan Didio and a wealth of talent take the stage in San Francisco for the first big panel of WonderCon, announcing the new "Retro-Active" series and discussing everything from "Flashpoint" to "Batman: Europa."
Capping off the latest "Flashpoint Friday," DC Comics has unveilied Andy Kubert's cover for "Flashpoint" #3. The series, written by Geoff Johns with art by Kubert, is slated to debut on May 11.
CCO Geoff Johns spoke with CBR News to discuss the new "War of The Green Lanterns" event, the heart of Hal Jordan and how his views affect the character's upcoming big screen debut.
DC Comics continues their "Flashpoint Friday" tradition, kicking things off this week with a look at series artist Andy Kubert's design and notes for the event. UPDATED with the Canterbury Cricket!
What new DC comic book led to an edit in an episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold?" How did an artist miscommunication lead to an Aquaman story? And was a comic really used to test the sense of humor of Germans?
Ryan K. Lyndsay gives "Detective Comics" #875 4.5 stars, calling the Commissioner Gordon-centric story by Scott Snyder and Francesco Frankavilla, "Snyder’s strongest issue yet in Gotham City."
Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush has been announced as voicing bird-beaked alien Tomar-Re in director Martin Campbell’s "Green Lantern." SPINOFF has details.
The writer of "Action Comics" brings all his major threads home as Lex Luthor's quest collides with the attack of Superman's killer and Paul Cornell explains how his Man of Steel will take charge and stay human.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Arrow" #10 by the creative team of J.T. Krul and Diogenes Neves. Oliver Queen's world becomes even more complicated in the issue, hitting stores today.
The in production "Wonder Woman" TV pilot sees stills of its leading lady in action hit the web, and fans will notice some different tweaks to Adrianne Palicki's "Wonder Woman" including red boots. UPDATED with new pics.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Gotham City Sirens" #21 by the creative team of Peter Calloway and Andres Guinaldo with a cover by Guillem March. Harley takes the spotlight on March 30.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with "Teen Titans" artist Nicola Scott about this week's debut of new character Solstice, working with writers J.T Krul and Gail Simone, being a character-driven artist and more.
In preparation for this season's Marvel and DC crossover events, Tim and special guest Graeme McMillan discuss the glory days of event books from years past: "Legends," "Millennium" and "Invasion!"
"Supernatural" writer/producer Adam Glass spoke with CBR about writing the framing story for this spring's "JLA 80-Page Giant," his longtime love of the DCU, taking on the Legion of Doom in "Flashpoint" and more.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" #8 by Peter Tomasi and Fernando Pasarin. It's Guy Gardner versus Hal Jordan as "War of the Green Lanterns" rages on this Wednesday!
In a letter released after her death, Joanne Siegel, widow of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, appeals to Warner Bros to end the legal battle over ownership of and compensation for the Man of Steel. ROBOT 6 has details.
Chad Nevett gives Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's "Batman Incorporated" #4 a 4.5 star reviews, calling the Batwoman-centric story "one of the single best issues in Morrison’s tenure on the character "
Geoff Johns has confirmed news coming out of MegaCon that a new Aquaman series by him will launch later this year following the conclusion of "Brightest Day." ROBOT 6 has the details.
The end of "Jack of Fables," new story arcs for "American Vampire," and Jill Thompson's "Endless Storybook" were all on the menu for the Vertigo panel, which butler-for-a-day Bill Willingham adding a touch of class.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant wraps up his three-part series looking back at DC Comics' ongoing series over the last three decades, a time when events became regular occurrences.
As part of their regular "Flashpoint Friday," DC Comics is revealing character designs for the alternate heroes of the series starting with Jim Lee's mysterious Element Woman. UPDATE: Who is Kubert's ferocious feline?
Writer Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR News about the over-sized "Justice Society of America" #50, what readers should expect from his next "JSA" arc, the series' new regular artist, Tom Derenick and more.
Greg McElhatton gives "Green Lantern" #64 3.5 stars, calling the opening salvo of "War of the Green Lanterns," "a strong enough chapter on its own that I'll stick around to see what [Geoff] Johns and company have in store."