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In addition to the launch of "Convergence," 13 ongoing DC Comics series will come to a close in March 2015.
The prelude to DC Comics' 2-month event lands in March, along with a John Romita Jr-written "Superman," the finale of every weekly series and more.
The former WWE Champion (and future UFC fighter) will make his DC Comics writing debut in the Vertigo "Strange Sports Stories" anthology.
Greg Pak talks about placing Smallville and Superman in the middle of a horrific situation, and why the Man of Steel needs his own 'Joker.'
The "Big Eyes" actress reveals that she interacted with both Jason Momoa and Gal Gadot during "Batman V Superman's" production.
"Robin Rises" continues as the Dark Knight Battles Darkside for Damian's soul in DC Comics' "Batman & Robin" #37 by Peter Tomasi & Patrick Gleason.
ROBOT 6 examines how the new CW drama has found success by not just embracing its comic book roots, but giving them a great big bear hug.
An apology was issued by the "Batgirl" creative team following allegations of transphobia in the most recent issue, "Batgirl" #37.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson teased that his take on Black Adam in 2019's "Shazam" will "find that anti-hero balance" between charming and ruthless.
Groot gets his groove on at Entertainment Earth, DC Collectibles records the Mother Box and Sideshow presents "Temple of Doom" Indiana Jones!
With the Creature Commandos possibly showing up on TV's "Arrow," CSBG refreshes everyone's memory about exactly who the Creature Commandos are.
DC Comics' latest announced variant theme will be parodies of iconic film posters, including "The Matrix," "Wizard of Oz" and more.
The latest comic based on Rocksteady's hit "Arkham" games will reveal the origin of the mysterious Arkham Knight.
Get an exclusive first look at Guillem March's "Earth 2: World's End" #20 cover, Yildiray Cinar's "Earth 2" #32 cover and "World's End" solicits.
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato discuss re-imagining Anarky, and why Gotham's citizens have been waiting for a catalyst like him to arrive on the scene.
Original "Injustice: Gods Among Us" writer Tom Taylor has left the DC Comics series, with Brian Buccellato taking over as of print issue #8.
"Batman" scribe Scott Snyder's Reddit AMA teased developments for the "Wytches" film, the future of the Bat-books and much more.
The "Batman Eternal" writing team joins forces to speak about issue #36, the reveal-heavy third act of their epic weekly DC Comics series.
EP Marc Guggenheim explains how "Arrow's" Ra's differs from Liam Neeson's, the A.T.O.M. suit and Neal Adams' influence on the show.
Not only is Matt Sturges and Dave Justus' "The Wolf Amongst Us" tied to the events of Telltale's video game, it's a Bill Willingham-approved "Fables" prequel.
With the slate of DC Comics-based TV shows growing, Geoff Johns stated that a pilot for TNT's "Titans" will be produced in 2015.
David S. Goyer and SyFy have teamed up to develop "Krypton," a new DC Comics-based series that follows the Man of Steel's grandfather.
Joseph Illidge discusses how casting for Warner Bros' upcoming "Suicide Squad" film could address a problem of the studio's own making.
Charles Soule and Jesus Saiz's "Swamp Thing" #37 "a rich, satisfying read with vast potential for emotional impact."
Jason Momoa will star as Aquaman in three feature films in addition to the Justice Leaguer's 2018 solo film.
The "Star Wars" actor will play a new version of the character he originally brought to life in the 1990 "Flash" series.
Batgirl is living it up and partying through the streets of Burnside in DC Comics' "Batgirl" #37 by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr.
Writer Justin Jordan announced he will be leaving the DC Comics' series "Green Lantern: New Guardians" with next year's issue #40.
On the 30th anniversary of its debut, ROBOT 6 looks at the game-changing - and universe-destroying - series that remains thrilling, despite its clunkiness.
John Ostrander spoke with CBR about the film's casting choices and expressing his pleasant surprise that the Squad was selected as the next major DC movie.
With an exclusive look at their Batman tale, Ron Marz and Cully Hamner discuss the iconic hero and why Edgar Allan Poe is a perfect addition to his rogues.
DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio has revealed more about the "Convergence" event, including a tease that took place in the first year of the New 52.
Gail Simone tells CBR about bringing "Secret Six" into the New 52, writing Catman & Black Alice again and her plans for the fan-favorite series.
Jason Fuchs, writer of the upcoming film "Pan," is reportedly in negotiations to write the "Wonder Woman" screenplay.
The writer hints at what's to come in his "Red Lanterns" opening arc, exploring whether Guy Gardner can still be considered a superhero.
Producer James Tucker, character designer Phil Bourassa and screenwriter Heath Corson talk about making Aquaman cool in DC's new animated feature.
CBR has confirmed previous reports of a potential Frank Miller and Scott Snyder co-written sequel to DC's celebrated "Dark Knight Returns."
With Warner Bros. "Suicide Squad" movie cast announced, CSBG spotlights the DC Comics debuts of each of the film's cast members.
Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher & Karl Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #3 continue a series "so fun and inventive that it's hard to not love it."
Gail Simone and Ken Lashley's "Secret Six" #1 sets the series off on a good start, with a plot and cast that gives the series "some real potential."