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Geoff Johns reveals that the legendary "Flash" villain will appear on the CW series; "Riverdale" series to balance fun with Lynch-ian darkness and more.
Keith Giffen discusses the addition of some familiar JLI faces to "Justice League 3000" and his observations on the newfound editorial freedom at DC.
Orangina Schweppes has partnered with DC to produce special cans for its Oasis fruit-drink brand featuring some of the publisher’s most iconic superheroes.
Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal's "Arkham Manor" #1 contains "a slow but careful setup, with some different-looking and pleasing art."
Oliver & Co. track down Thea, who's been busy, Diggle's concerns about ARGUS grow, and Laurel turns to Ted Grant.
Grant Morrison and Ben Oliver's "The Multiversity: The Just" #1 "takes known themes and makes them feel engaging and different."
Babs Tarr, Amanda Conner, and David Finch discussed their ongoing series while discussing breaking into the industry and their creative processes.
David S. Goyer, Matt Ryan and more discuss bringing the DC anti-hero to TV, hinting at a few mystical cameos lurking in the first few episodes.
Robbie Amell tells CBR News about his "Flash" debut, playing Firestorm and his hope for scenes with his cousin Stephen, the star of "Arrow."
Warner Bros.' Blue Ribbon Content digital division has announced many new projects, including a "Static Shock" live-action series from Reginald Hudlin.
DC co-publishers talk about state of market, growing female readership! Digital distributor iVerse to relaunch! U.K. man convicted for illegal manga, anime images!
DC Comics gives "Deathstroke" a new solo series from writer/artist Tony S. Daniel as Slade Wilson fights for his life in the New 52 on Oct. 22.
Johns and Romita Jr. debut new Superman threads, Morrison maps out the Multiversity and Bluebird makes her debut in DC's January books.
A number of characters experience serious changes to themselves and their worlds according to DC Comics' solicitations for January 2015.
Ahead of the "Robin Rises" finale, Peter Tomasi has revealed the identity of Batman's next partner via the cover of "Batman and Robin" #38.
"Arrow" has added another antagonist to its mix, played by someone who has experience playing comic book villains -- Vinnie Jones.
"Fury" director David Ayer gives his first comments about his upcoming entry in DC's expanding movie-verse.
Only the Spectre can stop Hell from bursting out of Arkham Asylum in DC Comics' "Batman Eternal" #29 by Snyder, Tynion, Fawkes and Coleby.
With a "Cyborg" movie announced and Firestorm lore popping up on “The Flash” TV series, ROBOT 6 considers the enduring appeal of the characters.
CSBG brings some classic comic book beefs to light. See some of the ways comic creators tip their hats or call out others in the industry.
DC Digital announced three new series -- "Mortal Kombat X," "Wonder Woman 77" and "Fables: The Wolf Among Us" -- plus previewed existing series.
CSBG looks at some of the gimmick foil covers of the '90s and determine whether or not the stories were any good. In the hot seat is "The Flash."
According to a new report, Jena Malone is indeed in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," though whether it's as Robin is less certain.
Get an exclusive first look at Guillem March's cover for "Earth 2: World's End" #16 along with the weekly series' full January solicits info.
Ty Templeton, Bill Sienkewicz & more pay homage to The Flash for his 75th anniversary in CBR's exclusive look at DC's January variant theme.
DC's Chief Creative Officer talks with CBR about the big debut for "The Flash" TV series, and seeing one of his favorite villains in the flesh.
Shawn Kittelsen talks new digital-first series "Mortal Kombat X," based on the latest installment of the long-running fighting game franchise.
Greg Capullo joined Scott Snyder for the writer's spotlight panel as the two answered questions about "Batman," editorial interference and more.
The Academy Award-nominated actor has also met with Marvel Studios about donning Doctor Strange's cloak.
Warner Bros. announcement of 10 DC Comics films has shed new light on the status of the DC movie universe, and confirmed more than a few casting choices.
While the DC Comics film slate grabbed headlines earlier, CEO Kevin Tsujihara announced WB's plans to streamline and significantly cut costs.
With DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. outlining their planned film slate through 2020, which adaptations are you most looking forward to?
WB' DC Comics official film slate includes two rounds of "Justice League," "Wonder Woman," "The Flash," "Suicide Squad" and a new "Green Lantern."
Double your DC cover reveal pleasure with Greg Capullo's Joker-ized Superman on "Baman" #36, plus Rod Reis on "Justice League United."
"MAD Magazine" has issued a warning about one of the smells contained in Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner's "Harley Quinn Annual" #1.
The latest DC All Access installment features the king of Atlantis baring his soul to a fellow denizen of the deep.
DC Collectibles has released the first look at its new line of action figures based on Jae Lee's "Superman/Batman" artwork.
Ahead of this week's collected edition release, CBR has a look at Howard Porter's "Justice League 3000" sketches and character designs.
Two jailed in New Mexico on stolen-property charges! Challenging comics' gender imbalance! Who stopped at NYCC to see world's most valuable comic book? More!
Opening with the statement "This is our house," the discussion of the Women of DC Entertainment panel was focused solely on the creation of comics.