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Miiyahbin must face her fears while the rest of the team faces challenges in the Rannian Desert in DC Comics' "Justice League United" #3.
"Arrow" executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, writer Ben Sokolowski and artist Daniel Sampere take over "Green Arrow" on October 1.
As "Uprising" reaches its end in "Green Lantern," Robert Venditti discusses the book's past, present and future with "Futures End" on the horizon.
Following DC's "Wonder Woman" creative team announcement and ensuing dialogue, CBR presents a 2006 article on the character's early history.
"Detective Comics" co-writer Brian Buccellato discusses the book's Futures End" one-shot, how it's related to the Annual and the enigma of the Riddler.
"Deathstroke" returns to DC Comics in a new ongoing series by Tony Daniel and Sandu Florea, set to debut October 22.
Charles Soule says destroying the Parliament of Trees may have been the best possible thing for Alec Holland and hints at Etrigan's annual appearance.
"Arrow" will add another established DC Comics character in its upcoming third season: Katana, played by Devon Aoki.
Following a controversial comment stating he did not want to call Wonder Woman a feminist, David Finch took to Twitter to clarify his stance.
Incoming husband-and-wife creative team Meredith & David Finch discuss Diana's big changes and how the solo series fits into the New 52.
DC Comics' ongoing "Wonder Woman" series gets a new creative team this fall: Writer Meredith Finch and her husband, artist David Finch.
Jiro Kuwata's 1960s Batman manga series will debut as a DC Comics Digital First series on July 5, and collected into paperback later in 2014.
Dustin Nguyen draws a falling Dark Knight in a first look at the cover for "Batman Eternal" #17, on shelves July 30.
Gerry Duggan & Shawn Crystal's "Arkham Manor" and Becky Cloonan, Brendan Fletcher & Karl Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" will debut in October.
The estate of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that bars it from reclaiming a stake in the character.
While director Neil Marshall admits it's "very frustrating" that John Constantine isn't permitted to smoke, NBC will allow the series to go in dark and disturbing directions.
Superman succumbs to Doomsday's virus and transforms into SuperDoom in DC Comics' "Action Comics" #33 by Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder.
The DC Comics co-publisher spoke with CBR about his time on Batman, credit for Bill Finger and a Dark Knight return after "Superman Unchained."
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #32 is "a superb showcase of collaborative comic book storytelling."
Writer and DC CCO Geoff Johns' Reddit AMA revealed hints of potential new series, the return of Hal Jordan to the Justice League and more.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo bring "Zero Year" just shy of the finish line as The Riddler's Endgame nears in DC Comics' "Batman" #32.
DC Comics has announced a new payment plan for its creators, with expanded consideration for digital sales and colorists included in royalties.
Former Robin & Nightwing Dick Grayson is now a secret agent, with his latest ventures chronicled in Tim Seeley, Tom King & Mikel Janin's "Grayson."
The superstar team of Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr. begin their run on DC Comics' "Superman" #32 with the first chapter of "The Man of Tomorrow."
It's the king of Atlantis against the creation of a surface world mad scientist in Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier's "Aquaman" #32!
Ian Edginton dishes on his latest monster mash, the Vertigo-published "Hinterkind," revealing new insight into this evolutionary/cautionary tale.
Big crowds, but not such a big economic impact? John Romita Jr. on making the leap to DC! A first-timers report from Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con! Plus much more!
In the latest issue of DC Comics' weekly "New 52: Futures End" #8 with art by Scot Eaton & Drew Geraci, Grifter visits the very deadly Cadmus Island.
Batman collectibles from Mattel, Sideshow Collectibles and Figure Toys Co. join Hot Toys' Maleficent and the "Nightmare Before Christmas" cast this week.
A new rumor contends Warner Bros. is eying another Batman solo movie 2019, continuing an expected string of DC Comics adaptations.
Why, after 75 years, the Dark Knight remains popular! Economics of creator-owned comics! Wizard World Philadelphia! Plus more!
With DC Entertainment's Diane Nelson expressing a desire to see more female heroes on-screen, CBR looks at who's ready to make the leap.
"Gotham" promotion continues with a 30-second clip spotlighting the show's young versions of Catwoman and Penguin, plus gang boss Fish Mooney.
Tony Daniel, Joe Prado and Francis Manapul give attendees a literal hands-on demonstration of how they create art for the DC Art Masters panel.
Thief takes cash, special orders from gallery owners! Japan bans child porn but exempts manga and anime! Gail Simone talks "Batgirl"! Plus much more!
CBR has the exclusive debut of four July-releasing variant covers featuring the Dark Knight, by Klaus Janson, Michael Kaluta and more.
CBR has an exclusive first look at artist Howard Porter's variant for "Justice League" #32, an homage to his own "JLA" #1 cover!
Grant Morrison's "Multiversity" #2 arrives in September, along with the latest from "Futures End," "Batman Eternal" and the "Superman Unchained" finale.
Harley gets her butt kicked, starts a bar fight and teams up with Poison Ivy in Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti & Chad Hardin's "Harley Quinn" #7.
Tony Bedard and Emanuela Lupacchino will test Kara and her new Red Lantern powers like never before in "Supergirl" #32, on sale June 18 from DC.