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DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in July 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Final Crisis," "Batman and Robin," "World of New Krypton" and much more.
Humanity touches some of the godlike members of the Trinity, but there is still work to be done as Krona seeks to sacrifice the planet’s soul in his quest for knowledge. Justin and Brian look at the latest “Trinity.”
Animators, celebrities and fans gathered in Burbank to celebrate the unveiling of the new Warner Bros. Animation mural featuring many fan-favorite DC Comics characters, and CBR News was there.
Spanish artist Diego Olmos talks to CBR News about teaming up with Mark Waid for "Batman in Barcelona," an international Dark Knight event to be released in three countries. Plus a look at Jim Lee's brand new cover!
Sony Online Entertainment and DC Comics have released Jim Lee's concept art for everyone's favorite DC zombie, Solomon Grundy, who will be included in their highly anticipated DC Universe Online game.
As DC expands the Bat Family of books in June, Christopher Yost takes “Red Robin” on a Jason Bourne-inspired quest for Bruce Wayne. CBR News speaks to Yost in his first interview about the new series.
At what price comes success for the Troika? Morgaine is willing make any deal to defeat the Trinity and assert her own godhood, but Enigma might have something to say about it. Take a look at the latest issue of “Trinity.”
Courtesy of our friends at iFanboy, CBR brings you the full hour of Geoff Johns' in-depth interview from Jim Hanley's Universe in New York, where the superstar comics writer was on hand to discuss "The Flash: Rebirth."
Rags Morales returns to the team that made him a household name and explains why he's out to fix his "Identity Crisis" mistakes, explore the most classic modes of drawing, and avoid the pitfalls of waiting for the trade
Recently announced as a nominee for a Joe Shuster Canadian Comic Book Creator Award, writer J. Torres discusses with CBR his upcoming run on DC's comic book version of “Batman: The Brave and the Bold.”
DC Comics' The Source blog has released the complete and colored version of Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert's cover for the first issue of the Green Lantern event book, "Blackest Night."
The writer of "The Flash: Rebirth" met withfans at Jim Hanley's Universe in New York to discuss the fast-paced return of Barry Allen to the DC Universe, the impending arrival of "Blackest Night" and his career in comic books.
DC Comics Executive Editor Dan DiDio met with fans in Seattle to share his love of comics and answer questions about Batwoman, "Blackest Night," James Robinson's Justice League project, and more.
A deadly alliance has been forged between Morgaine and Despero, brining the threat of the Crime Syndicate to bear against the Trinity. But in their god-like states, do the heroes even notice?
The street date for "Green Lantern: First Flight," the fifth entry in the popular DVD series of DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movies, has shifted to July 21, 2009.
DC Comics' new blog The Source continued to roll out more teasers for Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' Green Lantern event with the cover pencils for "Blackest Night" #0. Check it out!
The DC panel at this year’s ECCC offered several pieces of intriguing news about "Blackest Night," "Jonah Hex" and "Action Comics," along with other bits of surprising insider information concerning Mark Waid, Geoff Johns and... Marvel Studios?
With "The Flash: Rebirth" #1 on sale now, writer Geoff Johns talks to CBR News about the long-awaited miniseries, working with Ethan Van Sciver, and what roles Wally West and Bart Allen will play now that Barry Allen's back in the picture.
Here's a good week of comics led by Jazz' inspirational speeches, Destro's business ethics, Norman Osborn's machinations and Deadpool's romantic stylings even while Black Adam and Barry Allen disappoint and Seaguy befuddles.
DC Comics has launched The Source, its new blog that features previews and teaser images, like these from Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' forthcoming "Blackest Night." Check it out!
Writer Jesse Blaze Snider talks to CBR News about "Dead Romero," an ultra-violent vampire love epic told in six Ryan Bejamin-illustrated issues, the first of which is on sale today from DC Comics.
The battleground moves to Europe as the world’s heroes unite behind the Trinity, but are the powers of creation wielded by the Trinity too much for them to bear? See what Brian and Justin have to say.
In second of a two-part interview with Judd Winick, the "Batman" writer speaks extensively about how he was originally handed “Battle for the Cowl,” and wrote two issues before he was taken off the project.
In this first of an extensive two-part interview, Judd Winick speaks more candidly than ever about the resurrection of Jason Todd, what to expect during his run on "Batman," and perhaps more importantly, what not to expect.
June's “The Spirit” #30 is written and drawn by “Powers” artist Michael Avon Oeming, who is donating Spirit artwork to benefit the Hero Initiative. CBR spoke with Oeming about the issue and learning from Will Eisner.
With Nightwing and Flamebird now revealed, CBR checked in with writer Greg Rucka to find out why they think they can fill the big red boots of the Man of Steel and what else we can expect from World Without Superman.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in June 2009, including the latest from "Batman & Robin," "Absolute Justice," " Blackest Night," "Final Crisis," and much more.
What does the return of the Trinity mean for Lex Luthor, The Joker and Cheetah? And even with the Trinity’s overwhelming power, can the heroes of the world ever go back to the way things were? Brian and Justin take a look.
The dynamic duo is about to return with comicdom’s version of the famous pairing, Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely. CBR News spoke with Morrison about the new in-continuity series from DC and why “Batman” #666 is so important to it.
Writer Sean McKeever announced in a message forum post last night that he is leaving “Teen Titans” with May’s issue #71. McKeever scripted the DC Comics series for 22 issues.
CBR talks to former "Detective Comics" writer Royal McGraw, who returns to Gotham next week with “Batman: Battle for the Cowl – Commissioner Gordon,” a new one-shot also starring Mr. Freeze.
Writer Jeph Loeb talks for the first time about the "Public Enemies" arc of his and Ed McGuinness' bestselling “Superman/Batman” run being made into a Warner Bros. animated feature.
Victory arrives for the Justice Soceity International, but at what cost? Justin and Brian look at the routing of the villains, the return of the Trinity, and the history of the Void hound that possesses John Stewart.
Beginning in May, Ivan Brandon tells the story of Nemesis in the pages of “Final Crisis Aftermath: Escape.” CBR News spoke with the writer about the series he compares to “Lost” and “The Prisoner.”
Fan favorite Mexican artist Ladrönn contributes a series of striking covers for the five one-shots spinning out of Tony Daniel’s “Battle For The Cowl” event miniseries, and we spoke with him about his work on the project.
This week's DC Nation page confirms long-standing rumors that the "All Star Superman" team of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely are hard at work on "Batman & Robin," a new Batman series expected to debut in June.
DC Comics has released advance looks at new comics on sale tomorrow including "Batman: Battle for the Cowl" #1, "Green Lantern Corps" #34, "R.E.B.E.L.S." #2, "Top 10 Season Two" #4 and more.
Michael Miller was first introduced in 1959, but became a major player in "Final Crisis." We spoke to writer Matthew Sturges about why – after 50 years – it was time to give Human Flame his own solo series.
Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman have returned, but does their arrival mean we're back to normal in the DCU, or an even greater problem in the making? As we contemplate this, Krona contemplates his own past.