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More on saga of Al Plastino's art for “Superman’s Mission for President Kennedy”! The evolution of Kickstarter! Interviews with Seth, Bill Willingham and more!
Scott Snyder has tweeted a Jay Fabok-illustrated Thanksgiving image, saying it contains a number of clues for what's to come in "Batman Eternal." UPDATED with comments from editor Mike Marts.
Online videos featuring Danish archer Lars Anderson show his skills to be on par with the fictional likes of Clint Barton and Oliver Queen.
Editor Mike Marts explains how Brad Meltzer's origin, Snyder & Murphy's future Robin and Frank Miller all play a role in "Detective Comics" #27.
Months following a controversial creative team shift, writer Marc Andreyko's first "Batwoman" issue is out this week, tying in to "Zero Year."
"Justice League 3000" makes its anticipated debut from DC Comics in December, and here's a look at Howard Porter's interior art from issue #1.
Marc Guggenheim writes a Riddler story filled with interactive clues for fans and a special challenge - plus exclusive art - for CBR readers.
Copy of "The Brave the Bold" #28, introducing Justice League, sells for $120,000! Remembering Joey Manley. Dealing with professional jealousy! Plus much more!
James Tynion & Jeremy Haun place a dark force in Jason Todd's past in "Red Hood and the Outlaws" #25. The "Zero Year" tie-in goes on sale Nov. 20!
As DC Collectibles unleashes their latest solicits, Diamond Select Toys teases their "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" line-up.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation has turned San Francisco into Gotham City for a day in honor of five-year-old Miles, better known as "Batkid." Updated 6:45 PM
Art Baltzar & Franco tell CBR about relaunching DC Comics' "Tiny Titans" in 2014 with old favorites and newcomers enrolling at Sidekick City Elementary.
Artist Sean Murphy has revealed an initial sketch for the first black Robin, debuting in the oversized "Detective Comics" #27. UPDATED with comments from Scott Snyder.
NYC retailer Midtown Comics claim they received a poster from Warner Bros. advertising "Wonder Twins" starring Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis.
Having traded in her kung-fu kicks for boardroom battles as Isabel Rochev, Summer Glau talks about the big "Arrow" twists which lie ahead.
"Anything can happen" in Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #25, which continues driving the story for the "Zero Year" arc.
Scott Snyder explains how "Batman" adapts to "Zero Year" with a new Batmobile, a new mission and a gruesome murder mystery on his hands.
Guillermo del Toro confirms the "Justice League Dark" movie is still alive, and that it'll connect to DC's existing live-action plans.
DC Entertainment co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio addressed DC Comics' 2015 move, promising a "bigger, better and stronger" company. UPDATED with screenshot referencing Donna Troy and Wally West.
"Sandman: Overture" #2, originally solicited for Dec. 31, is now scheduled to be released in February 2014. UPDATE: Neil Gaiman explains the delay.
Writer Tim Seeley joins "Talon" for a two-issue stint, "Sandman: Overture" #2 has a new release date, and more from DC's February solicitations.
DC Comics has released its solicitations for February 2014, including the latest on "Gothtopia," "Forever Evil" and the fate of Nightwing.
Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott McDaniel take Superman on a "Zero Year"-era origin with "Action Comics" #25, "the best sort of tie-in" to an event.
Doomsday and Diana's family are two of the challenges Charles Soule and Tony S. Daniel set on our heroes in "Superman/Wonder Woman" #2.
When Scarecrow tips the balance of power, Bane becomes Gotham's protector in Peter J. Tomasi & Scott Eaton's "Forever Evil: Arkham War" #2!
The events of "Forever Evil" bring O.M.A.C. into play this week as Matt Kindt and Patrick Zircher present "Suicide Squad" #25.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant unpacks the convoluted history of Donna Troy and contemplates what makes her so popular with fans.
"Girls" actor Adam Driver is reportedly up for the part of Nightwing in the "Man of Steel" sequel, though Warner Bros. has not commented.
Twenty of DC's titles this coming February will receive steampunk-themed variants, and CBR News has the exclusive first details.
Writer Marguerite Bennett takes on "Superman: Lois Lane" and "Batman: Joker's Daughter" New 52 one-shots debuting February.
Vertigo has debuted the television commercial for "The Sandman: Overture" by Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III.
Jeff Lemire & Andrea Sorrentino bring "a solid story that builds onto the origins of Oliver Queen's hooded heroic identity" for "Green Arrow" #25.
Artist Howard Porter illustrated the hit "JLA" series in the late '90s, and he returns to DC Comics' biggest heroes with "Justice League 3000."
Vertigo series "iZombie" is in development as a TV series, with "Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas and collaborator Diane Ruggiero at the helm.
Another week, another "Batman vs. Superman" rumor: This time it’s that an adult Dick Grayson may appear in Zack Snyder’s "Man of Steel" sequel.
Greg Pak spoke with CBR TV about his work on "Batman/Superman" and "Action Comics," why he loves writing Clark Kent in the New 52 and more!
"Lights Out" changes "Green Lantern" forever, and writer Robert Venditti tells CBR News about the Corps' future and John Stewart's "Zero Year" tie-in.
A quick shot of Dan DiDio's office wall in a DC Comics All Access video reveals logo treatments for a "Five Years Later" New 52 event.
Cliff Chiang gives a new take on the World's Finest in an exclusive "Batman/Superman" #6 variant.
Tom Taylor makes his "Earth 2" debut, joining artist Nicola Scott on issue #17 - just in time for Superman's rise from the grave!