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When "Convergence" hits DC's Multiverse in April, the pre-Flashpoint "Batgirl," "Teen Titans," "Harley Quinn" and more will lead the charge.
"The Flash" co-star Tom Cavanagh chats in-depth with CBR News about playing the dual role of Harrison Wells and Reverse-Flash on "The Flash."
Inspired by the writers' room of "Empire," Joseph Illidge wonders if comics publishers could succeed with programs to help foster diverse talent.
The combined casts and EPs of The CW's DC Comics-based shows talk the impending return of the two shows, and the seasons thus far.
In their latest silver age spotlight, CSBG takes a look at one of the oddest members of Batman's extended supporting cast - Batman Jones!
The story of Earth 2's Clark Kent is at last revealed as Daniel H. Wilson, Marguerite Bennett & Mike Johnson's "Earth 2: World's End" continues.
The CW's animated "Vixen" series will see the DC Comics character's adventures take place in the same world as "Arrow" and "The Flash."
ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant starts off the new year by revisiting some of his DC Comics predictions for 2014, and then making some for 2015.
Following previous reports, the "How to Get Away with Murder" star is reportedly close to joining DC Comics' cinematic franchise.
As hell bubbles through into an isolated Smallville in Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder's "Action Comics" #38, all is not quite as it seems.
A video has been released showcasing the upcoming DC Comics Cover Girl: Wonder Woman statue.
Things heat up for heroes Arsenal and Black Canary in this trailer for "Arrow's" midseason premiere.
The "How to Get Away with Murder" actress discusses her potential role in the upcoming "Suicide Squad" film.
An impressive array of writers have lent their talents to the adventures of DC Comics' fast-footed hero over the years - here are the best of the bunch.
Mark Margolis will guest star on "Constantine" later this month as Felix Faust, a character with more than 50 years of history in DC Comics.
Brian Buccellato takes over for Tom Taylor as the new writer of DC Comics' "Injustice: Gods Among Us" in a new issue drawn by Mike S. Miller.
Shawn Kittelsen and Dexter Soy set the stage for the upcoming "Mortal Kombat X" video game this March with a new digital series launching Jan. 6.
Over the weekend, Google’s block-long, 8-stories-tall digital billboard - the largest in North America - ran an ad for "Batman, Vol. 1: The Court of Owls."
The Man of Steel and Dark Knight engage in a fast-paced LEGO grudge match with a twist ending.
ROBOT 6 columnists Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman conclude their annual look back with an assessment of 2014's Big Events and their hopes for 2015.
Part 2 of our look at the major stories of 2014 includes the success of "Harley Quinn," big changes to Marvel icons and comics controversies.
ROBOT 6 columnists Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman kick off their annual look back at the year in Marvel and DC, with an eye toward 2015's Big Events.
Following the events of “Lights Out,” “Uprising” and “Godhead,” Hal Jordan returns to Earth in this exclusive first look at DC's "Green Lantern" #38.
From "Adventures of Superman" to "Zero," here's the complete ranking of CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2014, encompassing multiple genres and publishers.
It's time for CBR's annual look back at the year that was, ranging from splashy movie announcements to important dialogue on industry issues.
Geoff Johns has revealed finished art from the long-awaited second volume of "Batman: Earth One" by Gary Frank, Jon Sibal and Brad Anderson.
DC Comics' "Convergence" is coming, and while there truly seems to be something for every fan, these are the miniseries we're the most excited for.
Darkseid's minions attack and not even the Flash may be fast enough to stop the world from ending in "Earth 2: World's End" #13, on sale Dec. 31.
Game director Arthur Parsons and the voice of Batman, Troy Baker, spoke with CBR TV about why the scope of "LEGO Batman 3" goes far "Beyond Gotham."
"New Suicide Squad" writer Sean Ryan discusses long-term goals, returning Amanda Waller to a governmental role and the "Suicide Squad" movie cast.
Peter Tomasi and Andy Kubert speak with CBR about reviving Robin and the growing popularity of Damian Wayne.
The Caped Crusader has a long tradition of safeguarding Gotham City during the holiday season in some of his most poignant storylines.
Check out a first look at Peter Tomasi and Andy Kubert's "Robin Rises: Alpha" #1, concluding the current saga of Damian Wayne December 24.
Check out a first look at two new DC Comics variants including Andy Kubert's "Batman" #38 and Andrew Robinson's "Effigy" #1.
With shows like "Krypton" in the works, DC appears willing to explore almost anything. Here are five properties they could, and maybe should, adapt next.
With more than 30 comic book-based movies already officially scheduled, CBR examines some heavy hitters who haven't made the big screen leap yet.
For their latest graphic novel promotional, DC tapped "Flash" artist Francis Manapul for a speed reading take on the DCU.
Michelle MacLaren remained mum about the details surrounding the "Wonder Woman" feature film, revealing that the project may not be a done deal.
The epic Fury War rages on as elemental Avatars of Earth 2 try to take down the Furies of Apokolips in DC Comics' "Earth 2: World's End" #12.
Selina Kyle's story intersects with the Hasagaua crime family story in DC Comics' "Catwoman Annual" #2 by Genevieve Valentine & Patrick Olliffe.