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With DC Comics' latest effort to revitalize the Man of Steel, "Superman: Earth One," hitting stores today, it's time to tell CBR what version of the original superheroes origins stands as your personal canon.
J.T. Krul has become DC Comics' newest exclusive writer and he spoke with CBR News about his new status, "Green Arrow," "Teen Titans" and his "Wonder Girl" one-shot featuring a new character named Solstice.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of "Superman: Earth One" with an exclusive look at three new pages! Written by J. Michael Straczynski with art by Shane Davis, the OGN hits stores October 27.
Augie takes a look at this week's highly anticipated "Superman: Earth One" graphic novel, and sees some promise. Also, travel back to the 90s once more for a look at the Ultraverse's F.A.N. Committee and more.
Chris Roberson spoke about his upcoming two-part "Superman/Batman" story resurrecting the System's Finest heroes of "DC One Million," from studying Grant Morrison's futuristic past to remixing the Silver Age.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #870. Written by David Hine with art bu Scott McDaniel and Andy Owens and a cover by Peter Nguyen, the issue hits October 27.
DC Comics has announced Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel will step in for three issues of "Batman and Robin" as Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason's planned debut on the title has been delayed. ROBOT 6 has details.
DC Comics' Jim Lee, Ron Perrazza and Hank Kanalz joined comiXology's David Steinberg at New York Comic Con to discuss the publisher's digital future, the way in which the comics industry is changing and more.
Frazer Irving, the artist on the acclaimed "Batman And Robin Must Die!" arc, explains how his history with Grant Morrison and Batman collided, why he's tired of Puritans and how he controls the visual tone of Gotham City.
Greg McElhatton gave "Justice League of America" #50 3.5 stars, saying that James Robinson and Mark Bagley's story is "starting to sell the idea that these are characters who belong in the [Justice] League."
In the second part of a two-part DAYBREAK, award-winning writer James Robinson spoke about his two big NYCC announcements: his "Starman/Congorilla" one-shot and the forthcoming "Shade" 12-issue series.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Action Comics" #894 featuring Neil Gaiman's Death. Written by Paul Cornell with Pete Woods on art, a back-up by Nick Spencer and RB Silva and a Dave Finch cover, the issue hits October 27.
This week, learn the secret origin of...Squirrel Girl?!!? Plus, discover the untold tale of how Tim Drake almost became...Blue Beetle?!? Find out the full story in the latest edition of CBLR!
As part of the park's 2011 expansion plans, California's Six Flags Magic Mountain will build an all-new Green Lantern-themed roller coaster as well as a redesign and re-branding of its Superman: Escape From Krypton ride.
Doug Zawisza gave "Brightest Day" #12 4.5-star saying that the latest installment of Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi's DC Comics event delivers "one of the most satisfying and electrifying stories in this series yet."
In part two of our epic interview, Grant Morrison opens up about the BatFranchise changes under his stewardship and where it goes next from "Batman, Inc." to his future with Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne and more.
In the first of a two-part interview, James Robinson spoke about his plans for "Justice League of America," including the introduction of a new supervillain and exploring the vision Jade experienced in "Brightest Day."
DC Comics has restarted the tradition of readers voting for the leadership of the Legion of Super-Heroes, but this time the polls exist online rather than relying on snail mail. ROBOT 6 has the info.
G. Willow Wilson spoke with CBR about "Superman" #704, the "Grounded" interlude that she wrote detailing Lois Lane's visit to the town where she went to college in anticipation of Superman's arrival.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman & Robin" #15 by writer Grant Morrison with art and variant cover by Frazer Irving and a cover by Frank Quitely. The issue hits tomorrow, October 20.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a trio of previews for issues on sale tomorrow, October 20, including "Batman Beyond" #5, ""Azrael" #13 and the "Ragman: Suit of Souls" one-shot.
Last week, CBR's review staff covered fifteen new releases including "The Thanos Imperative" #5, "Tiny Titans/Little Archie" #1, "Untold Tales of Blackest Night" #1 and more.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in January 2011, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Batman Inc.," the prelude to "Flashpoint" and much more.
Writer Marv Wolfman told CBR News he loves writing Plas in his and Brent Anderson's one-shot and updates fans on the status of his and co-creator George Pérez's "Teen Titans: Games."
DC Comics exclusive writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about making the jump from Marvel to DC, the growing popularity of "Doctor Who," his current run on "Action Comics," "Knight and Squire" and much more.
CBR met with Sony Online Entertainment for a private demonstration of “DC Universe Online's” newest features, including a comprehensive character creation system, a boss fight with Scarecrow and new images.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner takes a look back at "The Shadow," published by DC Comics in the 1980s, and declares it is time for the publisher to bring it back into print.
Director Robert Schwentke and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura describe the process of moving from Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner’s dark comic book miniseries to the light-hearted ensemble action comedy that is “RED."
Veteran actor John Malkovich spoke with reporters about "RED," the important role costuming plays in his process as an actor and director Robert Schwentke’s similarities to acclaimed filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen.
DC Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee opened the floor to fans on the business side of the publisher's policies at NYCC, discussing the challenge of digital, the future of print, the popularity of Vertigo and more.
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gave DC Comics' "Return of Bruce Wayne" #5 a 4.5-star review calling Grant Morrison, Ryan Sook and Pere Pérez's issue "definitely worth the wait."
"Weeds" star Mary-Louise Parker is yanked into the world of covert ops as the fish out of water character in "RED," the big screen adaptation of the Warren Ellis/Cully Hamner DC Comics/Wildstorm miniseries.
Phil Jimenez returns to DC next week, illustrating a co-feature in "Legion of Super-Heroes" #6, written by industry legend Paul Levitz and re-introducing the Legion Academy to current continuity.
Veteran actor Morgan Freeman discussed working on the movie adaptation of DC Comics' "RED," the challenges of making an action movie at his age, the likelihood of returning to the stage and working with Bruce Willis.
Grant Morrison stops by THE BAT SIGNAL for a two-part talk on where Batman has been and where he's going, the mythic elements driving the sci-fi ending of "Return of Bruce Wayne"and the revelation of Doctor Hurt's identity.
Academy Award winning actor Helen Mirren spoke with the press and revealed the inspiration behind finding the voice for her "RED" character, her biggest problem in filming her scenes involving guns and more.
DC Comics has released a preview of today's "Green Lantern" #58 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke where as the Red Lanterns weigh down on the GL Corps, a young girl is chosen to be the vessel for the Hope Entity Adara.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents exclusive looks at October 13's "Doc Savage" #7 with Brian Azzarello joining Ivan Brandon as co-writer and "Jonah Hex" #60.