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CBR has your coverage for DC Comics' Superman The Man of Tomorrow panel from Comic-Con International with Geoff Johns and James Robinson. Check in here for all the news!
The Toledo Public Library held it's "Superman Celebration" on Monday, hosted by historian Jim Beard and attended via teleconference by current Super-scribes Geoff Johns, James Robinson and Sterling Gates.
CBR News spoke with Geoff Johns about the upcoming "New Krypton" nine-part crossover storyline, beginning this October in the DC Comics' one-shot "Superman: New Krypton Special."
Kurt Busiek returns for the second of a three-part REFLECTIONS, this week discussing his views on the “Trinity” of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, and how his take may differ from common opinion.
DC Comics has released images and solicitation images for new comics and products on sale in October, 2008, including the latest from "Final Crisis," "Trinity," "Top Ten: Season 2" and much more.
It's the big pre-San Diego Comic-Con column you've been waiting for, with loads of news, previews and notes on what you may learn more about this weekend -- or not! It's all here in Rich Johnston's LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
New Era has provided CBR News with images of their "Dark Knight" collection, part of the company's new line of DC Comics superhero themed 59FIFTYs fitted caps.
The Justice League unites to investigate a series of mysterious robberies linked to the mystical Tarot seen in the latest issue of “Trinity,” while Firestorm and John Stewart examine the history of the villainous Krona.
The writer who helped turn Cassandra Cain evil returns her to the side of the angels with a new revenge-tinged miniseries from DC Comics illustrated by Jim Calafiore. CBR spoke with Beechen about "Batgirl."
Fan favorite comics creator Keith Giffen says it will take more than a nose-wiggle to reset the limits of magic in the DC Universe, but he is going to try his darndest to do just that in the new eight-issue miniseries, “Reign in Hell."
CBR News was at E3 this week to see the new trailer for "Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe" and listen to Midway Creative Director Ed Boon talk about the game, its innovations, and what level of ultra-violence fans can expect.
With the premiere of the "The Dark Knight" nearly upon us, CBR brings you the second of an in-depth history of the Joker in comics and film, from the turbulent 1970s to the new Heath Ledger-starring film.
The pre-San Diego special edition as Steven defines what really separates DC and Marvel and reveals what William Faulkner has to say about it, plus San Diego schedules, pilot previews and other alliterative amusements.
Fan-favorite comics creator Keith Giffen dishes on his anarchic upcoming six- issue miniseries “Ambush Bug: Year None,” and explains why it’s important for comics to bring back the funny.
In this first of a multi-part interview, Kurt Busiek talks to CBR News about the critical reaction to the first month of the weekly DC Comics series "Trinity" and how he is dealing with the workload.
The Emmy-winning comic book cartoon veteran talks to CBR about his role in "Batman: Gotham Knight," why he chose Deadshot as a villain, and why he thinks his old "Super Friends" cartoons are "unwatchable."
Superstar comics creator Jim Lee introduced attendees of E3 to the world of "DC Universe Online," the new massively multiplayer online game from Sony Online Entertainment, and we have the trailer and screenshots.
Editor Lee Smith and First Assistant Editor John Lee discuss exclusively with CBR their task of bringing Christopher Nolan’s Batman epic to the IMAX screen, and confirm once and for all that Heath Ledger completed all his work for the film.
The Oscar-nominated writer of "A History of Violence," fanboy Josh Olson talks to CBR News about his contribution to "Batman: Gotham Knight" as well as his next project, a sequel to "The Wizard of Oz."
Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman look within in the latest issue of Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley's "Trinity," while Gangbuster and Hawkman team-up for a new twist on "The Brave and the Bold."
With "The Dark Knight" in theaters around the world next week, we take an in-depth look at the literary and cinematic history of the Batman's greatest foe, the Joker, in this first of a two-part series.
Animated Batman guru Bruce Timm, executive producer of "Batman: Gotham Knight," tells CBR why Batman is perfect for anime, the violent Wonder Woman DVD and how he'd pitch the Question for a DCU DVD.
The problems with superhero comics and the final solution to those problems, and why the hardcore fans really want it after all, plus the Odyssey, Journey To The Center Of The 3D SFX, possible good news for San Diego and other flights of fancy.
“The Dark Knight’s” Christian Bale talks once more to CBR about Batman’s discipline and intensity, Heath Ledger, and the importance of Christopher Nolan to the reborn film franchise.
With a countdown clock that runs out Tuesday night, the Citizens for Batman website has updated with coordinates for "major" events in New York City and Chicago.
The five-issues-long battle with Konvikt comes to a close with a memorable gut- shot by Wonder Woman, Morgaine Le Fey dispatches an underling, Tarot discovers the Trinity, and an old hero makes his return.
CBR News speaks once more with "The Dark Knight" co-star Gary Oldman, this time about the appeal of Jim Gordon, his upcoming “A Christmas Carol,” and his thoughts for a third Batman film. SPOILER WARNING.
CBR received this afternoon another package from Citizens for Batman, this time with a t-shirt and stickers and indications of a "major" event happening next week. Also revealed is a new poster.
Four-time Emmy Award-winning TV writer Alan Burnett confirmed for CBR News that his upcoming run on “The Flash” was a limited engagement, but he wasn’t so giving when speaking about Wally West’s possible end date.
“The Dark Knight” producers Charles Roven and Emma Thomas tell CBR News about the benefits and difficulties of using IMAX cameras to film the Batman sequel, including what sequences were shot in the oversized format.
In this, our fifth and final interview with the five writers of DC's series of five one- shots, “The Joker’s Asylum,” CBR News spoke with writer David Hine (“Spawn”) about his leading rogue -- Two-Face.
The Justice League continues to battle the alien Konvikt, we learn more about the mysterious young woman named Tarot, and some new and similarly mysterious elements are introduced in "Trinity" #4.
DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio along with other DC staffers met with fans last Sunday to discuss their mutual love of comics, touching on longtime faves and recent controversies, including "Death of the New Gods."
Fans attending WizardWorld Chicago got the chance to get the scoop on DC Comics' "Batman R.I.P." from the storyline's penciller himself, Tony Daniel, at his panel this past Saturday night.
Dan Didio opened the panel with some kind words about the late Michael Turner before turning to DC news, including info on various "Final Crisis" ancillary titles, some "Kingdom Come" one-shots and Superman Prime's final fate.
The first ever semi-official joint Marvel/DC panel? Johns and Bendis hijack their own presentation for an inter-company, multi-creator discussion of some of the biggest issues in comic books today.