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"Green Lantern: New Guardians" writer Tony Bedard discusses Invictus and the new dangers facing Kyle, Larfleeze and the rest of the New Guardians.
"Batman: Arkham City" artist Carlos D'anda takes over interior art duties on "Justice League" #8. The issue, with a Jim Lee cover, features Green Arrow vying for membership in the DCU's premiere superhero team.
According to Diamond Comics' shipping lists for the next two weeks, "Justice League" #5, originally set to hit stores January 18, no longer has a release date. ROBOT 6 has details.
Geoff Johns on re-evaluating the medium for digital display! Marvel's backlist problem! Washington City Paper axes comic strips -- again! Houston welcomes "The Scarlet Spider"! Plus more!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Green Lantern" #5 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke. Sinestro and Hal Jordan's uneasy partnership continues on January 11!
With a new arc starting in "Justice League" #7, Geoff Johns and Gene Ha discuss team dynamics in the current DCU, hint at a new villain who attacks the core of the characters and discuss more about the industry's #1 title.
DC Comics confirms a 2012 release for the highly anticipated, Geoff Johns-written "Batman: Earth One" original graphic novel with preview images from series artist Gary Frank.
Greg McElhatton celebrates the New Year early, giving "Aquaman" #4 3.5 stars and calls the relaunch by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis "a resounding success."
Mesa, Arizona-area stores diversify, expand after Atomic Comics closing! Interviews with Mike Mignola, Jeff Parker, Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder and Joshua Hale Fialkov! Plus more!
Tim provides a series of deep and meaningful - and perhaps random - thoughts about "Justice League," "2000 AD," his return to podcasting, Michael Mann's "The Keep" and the early works of Alan Moore.
The relaunch of DC Comics CCO Geoff Johns' longest running title has brought a villain back from the dark side, and the writer tells CBR why Sinestro will stay a Green Lantern, clash with Hal Jordan and uncover the Indigo Tribe's secrets.
DC Comics has provided CBR with the exclusive debut of Andy Kubert's variant cover for "Justice League" #4, Kubert's first published work since "Flashpoint" concluded in August.
DC Comics has released the first look at Jim Lee's redesign of Darkseid, the first major villain of Lee and Geoff Johns' New 52 flagship title, "Justice League."
Announced at the New York Comic Con, Robot Chicken is working with DC COO Geoff Johns on an all-DC Comics episode of the popular show. Check out a (NSFW) preview featuring Green Lantern and Sinestro.
Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' "Aquaman" continues to garner strong reviews as Doug Zawisza gives the second issue 4 stars, saying that so far, the series "sets the high-water (had to do it) mark" for the character.
Doug Zawisza gives Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's second issue of "Justice League" 4 stars, saying the comic "does a good job mixing the [still-forming League's] personalities and action."
CBR spoke exclusively with DC Comics and Vertigo creators and editors at the official DC red carpet party at New York Comic Con, celebrating the successful launch of the publisher's New 52
At DC Comics' Justice League panel, Geoff Johns, Brian Azzarello and other creators divulged plans and displayed art, discussing the return of Captain Marvel to controversial character portrayals and more.
At the DC Comics All Access: Green Lantern panel at New York Comic Con, DC Entertainment CCO and writer Geoff Johns joined writers Peter Tomasi and Tony Bedard to discuss DC's Green Lantern books.
Greg McElhatton gives Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' "Aquaman" #1 4 stars, calling the first issue from the "Blackest Night" creative team "A strong debut from all parties involved."
DC Comics CCO and writer Geoff Johns spoke with CBR about his take on "Aquaman" and the mysteries of Atlantis, explaining exactly why people should care about the aquatic Golden Age character.
Did Popeye really lead to a 33% increase in spinach consumption in the United States in the 1930s? Plus, legends involving the Comics Code, Superman and a young Geoffrey Johns!
Doug Zawisza calls Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke's "Green Lantern" #1 "enjoyable, entertaining, and fast-paced...everything that a comic book should be," and gives the issue a 4 stars review.
DC Comics has released Jim Lee's cover for his and Geoff Johns' "Justice League" #4 while providing CBR with the exclusive debut of Rags Morales' cover for the Grant Morrison-scripted "Action Comics" #4.
As one era of the DC Universe moves to the next, a crucial new element seems to be moving from "Flashpoint" into DC's New 52 line of comics in the form of a mysterious female. CBR has the details.
comiXology confirms a few fans received "Justice League" #1 before the issue's official release, but the accidental early availability was not the source of the pirated copy hitting torrent sites.
Amid a whirlwind signing tour in New York City, DC Comics new universe point men Geoff Johns and Jim Lee share their thoughts on making character king in the New 52 vanguard title, "Justice League."
With Jim Lee and Geoff Johns' "Justice League" #1 finally in stores and in fans' hands, CBR wants to hear your reaction to the first title of the New 52!
At the Midnight Madness release in NYC for DC Comics' first New 52 title, "Justice League," Jim Lee and Geoff Johns led a party that included Scott Snyder, Cliff Chiang, Dan Didio, Amy Reeder and a ton of fans.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio spoke with CBR News about the New 52 line-wide relaunch which kicks off today with "Justice League" #1 before expanding with 51 other titles, including DiDio's "O.M.A.C."
Showing up on the Pirate Bay and other BitTorrent sites before the issue hit stands, DC Comics' "Justice League" #1 is the latest comic release to raise questions about piracy and digital release dates.
The big day is here -- the DC relaunch begins with "Justice League" #1 by the superstar team of Geoff Johns & Jim Lee. CBR Reviewer Greg McElhatton has read it and files the first review of the book.
Batman meets Superman for the first time as Jim Lee and DC Comics release a double-page spread by the artist from "Justice League" #2.
The results of CBR's second survey on DC Comics' New 52 titles are in, and while big books like "Action Comics" and Scott Snyder's work made gains, the middle ground seems to have evened out as fans prepare for September.
With overships this summer, J.T. Krul and Nicola Scott manage to end their epic "Teen Titans" tale as intended with #100, on sale now. The pair discuss their oversized finale with CBR.
PRESS RELEASE: Geoff Johns and Jim Lee Sign "Flashpoint" and "Justice League" at Midtown's Midnight Release
ROBOT 6 has a first look at the cover art and solicitation copy for DC Comics' "Batman: Earth One" original graphic novel by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, scheduled, according to Amazon, for a May 2012 release.
DC Comics has unveiled "Batman" artist Greg Capullo's variant cover for the September-shipping "Green Lantern" #1, written by Geoff Johns with art by Doug Mahnke and a standard cover by Ivan Reis.
The core of DC Comics executive team from Dan Didio to Bob Harras team up to talk about everything new in September as Geoff Johns reveals the mystery Justice Leaguer, Hawkman gets an arch-foe and much more.