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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'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.
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."
The latest DC All Access installment features the king of Atlantis baring his soul to a fellow denizen of the deep.
With "Justice League" shaping up, one source claims the famed Superman villain will appear as a "Suicide Squad" cast comes together.
The CW's tease for upcoming "Flash" episodes includes villains Captain Cold and Multiplex in action, and a kiss from Felicity Smoak.
Rick Cosnett's seemingly perfect character could have a secret sinister side as Eddie Thawne's comic book genealogy may come into play on television.
The "Futures End" event and deluxe "Death of the Family" book & mask set helped push the publisher to the top.
We look at five "Arrow" spinoffs we'd like to see after CW President Mark Pedowitz recently hinted that more spinoffs may follow "The Flash."
With TNT & Warner Bros. developing a live-action "Titans" series based on the DC Comics super team, CBR examines which heroes will answer the call.
With a kitchen sink approach to characters and a reliance on an ultra-serious tone, Fox's "Gotham" walks a rough line but holds a few intriguing twists.
With more shows based on comics hitting the small screen than ever before, here's our guide to latest television additions to the DC Universe.
Machinima has teamed with DC Entertainment for new digital animated series, exploring a "darker" version of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
An adaptation of Vertigo series "Lucifer" is in development at Fox, with "Californication" creator Tom Kapinos at the helm.
As DC's television programming continues to expand, the challenge in bringing a successful "Titans" show to TNT rises exponentially.
Actor Emmett Scanlan has been cast as Jim Corrigan -- better known as The Spectre -- in the debut season of "Constantine" on NBC.
Recent reports state that a "Supergirl" television series is now in development, with "Arrow" executive producer Greg Berlanti attached.
Warner Bros. eyes cuts as part of a plan to boost profits! Man who admitted to sending "Kuroko’s Basketball" threat letters wants conviction overturned! Plus more!
A full slate of Batman and Superman comic coming up plus news on "Arrow," "Gotham," "The Flash" and "Constantine" were highlighted in Toronto.
The actor, who previously played Ra’s al Ghul in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, has said he'd be willing to return to the role on the small screen.
Kevin Conroy (Batman) & Troy Baker (Joker) discuss the new animated feature, the Dark Knight's animated legacy and Conroy's 9/11 relief work.
A photo leaked from the set of director Zack Snyder’s DC sequel may provide evidence the "Halt and Catch Fire" star is playing the Scarlet Speedster.
FINALLY! The Rock has arrived in the DCU! Dwayne Johnson has confirmed that he will star in Warner Bros.' "Shazam," but not whether it will be as hero or villain.
The Suicide Squad takes the spotlight in the latest DC animated film, in a story filled with plenty of mayhem, romance, quips and the team's typical body count.
Geoff Johns hints which comic book plots The CW's "Flash" series is looking to interpret and re-commits to maintaining separate movie and TV universes.
The DC All Access 101 panel discussed upcoming DC Entertainment releases from DC Comics titles to cartoons, video games and their expanding TV universe.
The cast and crew followed-up a special Comic-Con screening of "Constantine" with a Q&A session about bringing the concept to television.
Andrew Kreisberg promises a new foil for Oliver Queen in Brandon Routh's Ray Palmer and explains the more hopeful tone of "The Flash."
Archie Co-CEO addresses ban of volume featuring Kevin Keller's wedding! How might a possible Fox/Time Warner merger affect superhero movies? Plus much more!
Reconsidering its decision, DC Entertainment will allow Superman’s iconic S emblem on a statue memorializing a 5-year-old boy who died of abuse .
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.
Quentin Tarantino teams with Reginald Hudlin and Matt Wagner for a "Django/Zorro" miniseries, co-published by Dynamite and DC Entertainment.
If Warner Bros. is indeed planning "Shazam" & "Wonder Woman," films, SPINOFF ponders what effect they could have on upcoming Marvel movies.
Another rumor that the "Conan" actor has signed on to the DC movie surfaces, along with potential plot details from the film.
At Time Warner's annual shareholder meeting, DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson spoke of the importance of female characters and creators.
CBR forecasts which mystic and monstrous DC characters could join the team in Guillermo del Toro's long-percolating "Justice League Dark" film.
A purported schedule for Warner Bros' slate of DC Comics-based films has surfaced, indicating a full schedule of seven films through 2018.