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Elaborating on The CW's plans to develop a "Flash" television series, Andrew Kreisberg and Geoff Johns have revealed details on how Barry Allen's "Arrow" debut will lead to the fully-costumed hero's own show.
The CW has confirmed its plans to fast-track a "Flash" drama with the pilot to be written by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Geoff Johns, and has put the Wonder Woman origin "Amazon" on hold.
At the DC Comics - The New 52 panel at San Diego Comic-Con International Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire, Gail Simone, Kyle Higgins and more spoke about "Trinity War" and what’s next for their individual books.
"Justice League" creators Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes alongside DC senior editor Brian Cunningham discuss "Trinity War" and its lead-in to "Forever Evil" at Comic-Con International.
Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire, Gail Simone, Tom Taylor and more join the first DC Comics Panel of Comic-Con International 2013 to share current and future plans for the New 52, Vertigo and more.
"Trinity War" editor Brian Cunningham updates readers on the big picture behind the Geoff Johns-led DC Comics event from the surprising death to the mystery villains as the Justice League war continues.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of "Justice League of America" #6, chapter 2 of "Trinity War," by Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire & Doug Mahnke. The war continues July 17!
DC Comics has released Doug Mahnke's covers for "Trinity War" issues hitting stores in August, including "Justice League," "Justice League of America" and "Justice League Dark," which connect to form a single image.
Doug Zawizsa gives "Justice League" #22 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado 4 stars, saying the opening salvo to "Trinity War" "expects readers to check disbelief at the door and just absorb the spectacle."
Doug Zawisza gives "Justice League" #21 5 stars, calling the arc-ending issue by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank "a gorgeous story with heart and emotion" and "a must-have book."
DC Comics has released a semi-spoilery preview for Geoff Johns and Brett Booth's "Justice League of America" #5. Learn the fate of Catwoman when the issue goes on sale June 26.
HeroesCon increases exhibition space to 200,000 square feet! Alan Moore talks magic and comics! Geoff Johns looks back on "Green Lantern"! Brian Buccellato talks "The Flash" Plus more!
DC Comics Editor Brian Cunningham gives CBR an inside look at "Trinity War," including which titles tie into the Justice League event, the shocking death that starts it all and looming battles with Secret Society & Shazam.
With Trinity War looming on the horizon, DC Comics has released several pages of Ivan Reis' art from "Justice League" #22, written by Geoff Johns and featuring the New 52 debut of a very different Doctor Light.
Following this morning's announcement of DC Comics' Villains Month, CBR has compiled a gallery of the animated gif representations of the event's 3D-motion lenticular covers. UPDATED 7:37 AM
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee spill more details on September's linewide Villains Month event, sharing an early look at the 3D animated covers.
Sporting a 3D-motion cover, "Forever Evil" spins out of the events of DC Comics' "Trinity War" crossover in September, as Geoff Johns and Dave Finch helm the New 52's first linewide crossover event.
In the second part of Greenest Night, Geoff Johns looked back on his tenure with Hal Jordan, Sinestro and the rest of the multi-hued Corps, turning "Green Lantern" into one of DC Comics' most popular franchises.
At Greenest Night, Geoff Johns looked back on his near-decade writing the adventures of Hal Jordan, Sinestro and the rest of the multi-hued Corps, turning "Green Lantern" into one of DC Comics' most popular franchises.
CBR's Steve Sunu explores what the shocking ending of Geoff Johns and Brett Booth's "Justice League of America" #4 may mean for the DCU's premiere super teams and the way fans view modern comics.
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have debuted a new logo celebrating 75 years of Superman while announcing a Zack Snyder-produced animated short featuring the work of Bruce Timm, Geoff Johns and more.
Jeph Loeb and Sterling Gates spoke with CBR at Greenest Night, sharing behind the scenes stories and sharing personal tales about the man of the hour, their friend and colleague, Geoff Johns.
At the CBLDF and CBR-hosted "Greenest Night," Geoff Johns reminisced about writing "Green Lantern," recalling the effect 9/11 had on the comic and exactly when he realized it was time to say goodbye to Hal Jordan.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reflects on "Green Lantern" #20, the final issue of Geoff Johns' epic run that lasted more than 100 issues and redefined the roles of Hal Jordan and Sinestro in the DC Universe.
In honor of Geoff Johns' epic run on "Green Lantern," CBR asks, what was your favorite new character introduced to the GL mythos in the last nine years?
Doug Zawisza gives Geoff Johns' "Green Lantern" #20 5 stars, calling the writer's final Lantern issue a satisfying conclusion to an epic tale that "deserves to be read and re-read, studied and analyzed."
After teasing that he and his "Green Lantern" collaborator would reteam on "a new project later this year," Geoff Johns has made it official: Artist Doug Mahnke will join him on "Justice League of America."
In anticipation of DC, CBR and the CBLDF's Greenest Night event celebrating writer Geoff Johns' 9-year run on "Green Lantern," CBR wants to read your questions and favorite moments from Johns' tenure with the ring-slinger.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR has an exclusive first look at Shane Davis' variant cover for "Justice League" #21 by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, which contains the conclusion of the long-running "Shazam!" story.
"Green Lantern" writer and DC CCO Geoff Johns discusses leaving the book most closely associated with his name after nearly a decade, reflecting on his run and how different creation myths play into the Lanterns' universe.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lantern" #20, the final issue of Geoff Johns' tenure writing the series with a spectrum of artists. The epic battle between the First Lantern and the Guardians hits May 22.
This month, "Nightwing" artist Brett Booth steps in for a two-issue run on "Justice League of America." We spoke with him about the guest stint, leaving Dick Grayson and redesigning classic DC characters for the New 52.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Justice League" #20 by Geoff Johns, Gene Ha, Andres Guinaldo & Joe Prado. A revelation about Batman could destroy Clark and Diana's relationship May 22.
In its latest spotlight on cases of writers changing previously set-up character developments, CSBG shows how Geoff Johns brought back the original Cyborg after he was missing for over a decade!
CBR teams with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund to host Greenest Night: A Celebration of Geoff Johns' Green Lantern, an intimate look at Johns' epic DC Comics run with all proceeds benefiting the CBLDF.
In a surprise change, artist Gene Ha is taking up the reins for the Despero battle at the heart of next week's "Justice League" #20. CBR has an exclusive first look and first word of Ha's creator-owned future.
Writer John Ostrander spoke with CBR News about his one-shot issue of "Aquaman" featuring The Others, introducing a new character to the team and more.
Doug Zawisza gives "Aquaman" #19 written by Geoff Johns with art by Paul Pelletier 4 stars, calling the issue "one of the most enjoyable books on the racks nowadays, and certainly a reliably entertaining read from DC."
"Animal Man" writer Jeff Lemire speaks about killing Cliff Baker, the creepy villains of his next arc, how Buddy just missed being drafted into DC's "Trinity War" and co-writing the event with Geoff Johns.
Artist Doug Mahnke discusses his and Geoff Johns run on "Green Lantern," the DC Comics characters he might be interested in working on in the future and balancing his comics career with competitive bodybuilding.