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The British artist has confirmed he will be drawing “Batman and Robin” #10-12, following up preceding arcs by Frank Quitely, current artist Philip Tan and Cameron Stewart on the popular DC Comics title.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in December 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batgirl," "The Authority: The Lost Year," "Daytripper" and much more.
Brian Hibbs looks back at what Paul Levitz has meant to the Direct Market over the last few decades, and what his exit from DC's executive branch may mean, not only for DC Comics, but for the entire comic book publishing industry.
This week: Here comes the new DC, same as the old DC?; Original graphic novels - threat or menace?; lunatic fringes on the tea party doilies; plus APE, Bertolt Brecht, who's rich now, other notes and the Comics Cover Challenge.
The spotlight falls this week on the Superman strip DC chose to bring its high-concept "Wednesday Comics" to the masses via USA Today. Writer John Arcudi and artist Lee Bermejo talk to CBR about the Man of Steel.
The superstar writer behind “Blackest Night,” “The Flash: Rebirth,” “Adventure Comics” and “Superman: Secret Origin,” Geoff Johns is ready to come back for another round of Q&As with CBR readers, and he needs your questions!
Despite the waves caused by the formation of DC Entertainment, director Sylvain White confirms for CBR News that Frank Miller's "Ronin" is still coming to the big screen - just not panel for panel.
Cameron Stewart is illustrating the third arc of Grant Morrison’s bestselling “Batman and Robin” series, following Frank Quitely and Philip Tan. CBR News spoke with the artist about life in the Batverse.
The Main Man may be getting his own movie, and Keith Giffen couldn’t be more pleased. CBR News spoke with Lobo’s co-creator about the news that Guy Ritchie is to direct a movie based on the DC antihero.
With just a few Wednesdays left, we’re triple dipping for this week’s interview with Russ Manning Award-nominated Wonder Woman cartoonist Ben Caldwell and Deadman storytellers Dave Bullock and Vinton Heuck.
Ethan Van Sciver was feeling the love at FanExpo, and wearing a violet Lantern Corps hat to prove it. The superstar artist shared his thoughts on DC’s two major events currently underway: “The Flash: Rebirth” and “Blackest Night.”
Outgoing DC Comics President & Publisher Paul Levitz and newly appointed DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson talk to CBR News about the restructuring of DC and what it means for comics publishing, multimedia and beyond.
Creators from Marv Wolfman to Keith Giffen and beyond give CBR their first response to the news that Paul Levitz will step down as DC Comics' Publisher and what DC Entertainment could mean for the company's future.
Longtime Publisher and President of DC Comics, Paul Levitz, has released his public letter of resignation via the company's blog, The Source. UPDATE: Levitz named "Adventure Comics" scribe.
Warner Bros. has officially announced that Paul Levitz is to segue from President & Publisher of DC Comics to writer, contributing editor and overall consultant to the new DC Entertainment, under President Diane Nelson.
Warner Bros. Pictures Group President Jeff Robinov has implemented a plan to restructure DC Comics. WB's Diane Nelson has been put in charge of the publisher, with Paul Levitz resigning as President and Publisher.
From the floor of Fan Expo Canada, Francis Manapul spoke with CBR about his work with Geoff Johns on “Adventure Comics,” and why he feels the title is tailor made for his style, sense and sensibility.
The Executive Editor of the DC Universe and contributor to “Wednesday Comics,” Dan DiDio talks to CBR TV about the biggest projects at DC Comics, including "Detective Comics," "Blackest Night" and much more.
From the floor of Fan Expo Canada, Ivan Reis shared with CBR his thoughts on drawing a series the size of “Blackest Night” and what it means to him that he keeps getting bigger and bigger projects from DC.
DC Comics Executive Editor Dan DiDio's trademark Sunday Conversation panel concluded Fan Expo Canaday with a quiz for attendees to name Aquaman foes.
"Sherlock Holmes" and "Snatch" director Guy Ritchie has signed on to direct a feature film based on Lobo, the ultraviolent DC Comics character created by Keith Giffen and Roger Slifer. Joel Silver and Akiva Goldsman will produce.
The writer of such superhero classics as “Starman” and “The Golden Age,” James Robinson talks to CBR TV about his new work in the DC Universe with “Superman” and “Justice League of America.”
Dan DiDio leads the DC Universe Editorial Presentation Saturday at FanExpo in Toronto, Canada and shares news of Paul Dini’s “Zatanna” ongoing, “Ambush Bug” #6 and a possible “Wonder Woman” #600.
At the DC Nation panel Friday during Fan Expo in Toronto Canada, DC Executive Editor Dan Didio and crew updated fans in attendance on all things "Blackest Night," "Flash," "Wonder Woman" and much more.
Courtesy of Sony Online Entertainment, CBR brings you the first look at Green Lantern as depicted in the new video game, "DC Universe Online." Check it out!
After a year of anticipation, “Batman: Arkham Asylum” finally arrived in stores this week. Was it worth the wait? Did it live up to the hype? Read CBR's review for our take on what's been called the best superhero game of all time.
Dave Gibbons shares his thoughts on Kamandi while current “Prince Valiant” comic strip writer Mark Schultz joins us to discuss the majesty and influence of Hal Foster on "Wednesday Comics" and beyond.
PRESS RELEASE: DC Comics Announces An Incentive On Vertigo's "Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love" #1
With “Blackest Night: Titans” #1 on sale now, CBR News checked in with writer J.T. Krul to talk about the resurrected Terra and to see how the DC Comics mega event affects the breathing heroes habituating Titans Tower.
Is DC guilty of a Photoshop Disaster? Could a new public health care plan in America change the way comics are made? Did they really make Spawn Pogs in 1993? Were comics really that crazy in the early 90s? Yes on all counts!
Veteran comic book writer John Ostrander discusses his return to Deadshot in “Secret Six” #15 and his amazement with the comics industry, which has rallied around him as has he fights for his sight against glaucoma.