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Superstar writer Geoff Johns recently stopped by the CBR yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss "Blackest Night," zombie super heroes and all things Green Lantern Corps related.
Comic are undergoing a metamorphosis in the constantly changing digital world. Dave Gibbons, Paul Levitz and others discussed the evolution at DC's motion comics panel.
The writer of such DC Comics titles as “Blackest Night,” “Green Lantern” and “The Flash: Rebirth,” Geoff Johns met with fans at Comic-Con in San Diego to answer questions about his career and upcoming projects.
DC Comics held its Superman panel Thursday morning Comic Con International in San Diego, with Geoff Johns, James Robinson, Greg Rucka, and more discussing the various titles--and making some rude jokes.
This week: what's so funny 'bout peace, love & Wednesday Comics?; San Diego signing schedule; weird scenes inside the real world; plus what banks spent their money on, the Comics Cover Challenge and much more.
Joe Kubert introduced Sgt. Rock to comics in June 1959. Four months later, he welcomed his son Adam to the world. Now the two all-star creators talk to CBR about their Sgt. Rock story in "Wednesday Comics."
The highly anticipated MMO "DC Universe Online" will be front and center at this week's Comic-Con International. CBR spoke with renowned writer Marv Wolfman about his work on the game and got a look at exclusive images as well.
A writer of such TV shows as “Fringe,” “Gossip Girl," Felicia D. Henderson has a long history in storytelling. Now she brings those talents to DC as the new ongoing writer of “Teen Titans.” We spoke with her about the book.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in October 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Superman: Secret Origin," "Shazam - The Monster Society of Evil" and much more.
CBR News checked in with series writer Bryan Q. Miller in hopes of gathering some more information but he proved tighter-lipped than Alfred when it came to divulging any significant Bat-details.
THR is reporting that Geoff Johns will produce and co-write a “Flash” feature film, with additional news that Grant Morrison and Marv Wolfman have been hired by Warners as consultants on their superhero properties.
Supergirl writer Jimmy Palmiotti joins CBR News for the latest installment of our weekly coverage of DC’s “Wednesday Comics.” And editor Mark Chiarello is back again too, to answer your questions.
As the new ongoing writer of “Titans,” Eric Wallace is charged with guiding a team of superheroes who are trying to find their place in the DC Universe. They’re not teenage sidekicks anymore but are they ready for prime time?
Check out a new trailer for "Batman: Arkham Asylum," focusing on the villains featured in the highly anticipated new game. We've also got character profiles and concept art for each character.
Fan favorite comics creator Keith Giffen tells CBR News that his upcoming “Magog” solo title will feature a superhero that doesn’t have an off switch when it comes to fighting the good fight in the name of justice.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation begins here with no-holds-barred commentary on issue #1.
Variety is reporting that actor Ryan Reynolds (“X-Men Origins: Wolverine”) has landed the coveted role of Hal Jordan in the Warner Bros. live-action film based on the popular DC series.
CBR has another exclusive look into the upcoming "Batman: Arkham Asylum" game, with Art Director David Hego telling us all about creating the visual style of the game's setting and characters.
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian has confirmed that he is working on a Lobo project for DC Comics, to be drawn by Sam Kieth. The news was first revealed by Keith in an interview with CBR News.
CBR Legal Expert Brian Cronin offers analysis on Wednesday's decision in the ongoing battle between DC/Warner Bros. and Jerry Siegel's heirs, the latest involving disputes over recent licensing agreements for projects like "Superman Returns."
A court has ruled that DC Comics and Warner Bros. Entertainment did not violate a licensing agreement with Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel's heirs with respect to "Superman Returns" and "Smallville."
Metamorpho artist Mike Allred talks to CBR News in this first installment of our weekly coverage of DC's "Wednesday Comics," which also includes series editor Mark Chiarello answering your questions every week!
After a long holiday weekend of barbecues and fireworks, Tim looks forward to the mega-huge major event comic of the summer. No it's not "Blackest Night" or "Captain America: Reborn." It's "Wednesday Comics"!
Kevin VanHook taps into the otherworldly side of Red Tornado in September with the launch of a new six-issue miniseries which promises to shed some light on the long-time JLAer’s secret origin. We spoke with him about the book.
J.H. Williams' work on "Detective Comics" has lit up the web with superlative praise, and the artist sits down with CBR to talk about the new Batwoman, working with Greg Rucka, and how long he'll remain with the book.
"Green Lantern: First Flight," the fifth entry in the popular DVD series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies, will have its world premiere at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday, July 23, 2009.
Artist Steve Ellis stops by CBR News to talk about “High Moon,” the Wild West werewolf webcomic that took Zuda's first trophy and is due for a trade paperback collection in October.
Based on the comics of Jeph Loeb & Ed McGionness, WB's "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" will be released on DVD and Blu-ray September 29. The film is rated PG-13.
The superstar writer behind “Blackest Night,” “The Flash: Rebirth,” “Adventure Comics” and “Superman: Secret Origin,” Geoff Johns is back for his next installment of his Q&A with CBR readers, and he needs your questions!
Ethan Van Sciver and Mark Bagley joined DC editors Ian Sattler and Brian Cunningham to discuss "JLA" and "Blackest Night," tease info about a special Black Lantern, answer fan questions and debut a printed copy of "Wednesday Comics."
Dan DiDio and friends dropped news on “Doc Savage” (Azzarelo & Morales), a “Jonah Hex” OGN, “Lobo” (by Giffen) and provided a little “Wednesday Comics” preview from the City of Brotherly Love Saturday.
The DCU panel at HeroesCon gave attendees a glimpse into the creative process as shared by Senior Editor Ian Sattler, "Supergirl" artist Jamal Igle, "Batman: Streets of Gotham" artist Dustin Nguyen and editor Brian Cunningham.
DC's announced that writer James Robinson and artist Mark Bagley are taking over the reins of the publisher’s flagship title, “Justice League of America” come October. CBR News spoke with Robinson about the book.
DCU Executive Editor Dan DiDio candidly shares with CBR his thoughts on the landmark deal to publish a Superman strip in "USA Today" and discusses his own Metal Men strip that will appear in “Wednesday Comics.”
Eisner and Emmy Award-winning writer Paul Dini returns to the Batverse with a new series featuring Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. CBR News spoke with Dini about "Gotham City Sirens."
Veteran television and comics writer Paul Dini is writing not one, but two Batverse titles in the Dick Grayson Batman era of the DC Universe. In this the first of a two-part interview, Dini talks to CBR about “Batman: Streets of Gotham.”
Writer Christopher Yost and artist Ramon Bachs take CBR News inside the cowl of the latest hero to strike out solo from the Bat-family, Red Robin, whose first issue is one sale now.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in September 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Red Circle," "Wednesday Comics," "Final Crisis Aftermath" and much more.
It’s the final issue of “Trinity,” and our dynamic duo of Brian and Justin check in with the main characters of the series for one last time. What has become of the CSA, Enigma, Konvikt, Gangbuster, and the others?