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ROBOT 6 looks back at Titan Books' "Icons" spotlight tome as DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee's character redesigns hit the streets as part of the DC relaunch.
Jim Lee and David Finch help launch the first title of DC Comics "New 52" as they each present a vision of the Justice League featuring the new Big Seven and a Wonder Woman without her legs covered.
DC Comics Co-Publisher and "Justice League" artist Jim Lee spoke with CBR TV about the August-debuting flagship title for the DC Relaunch, the effect of digital comics on storytelling and much more.
Following criticism during Comic-Con about the lack of female creators working on DC relaunch titles, Co-Publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio have responded, promising more female talent will work on upcoming titles.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee used his DC Focus panel at Comic-Con to tease "Justice League" some more and confirm he isn't quite done with "All-Star Batman" just yet.
Lee and Hamner, the design architects behind DC's new 52, explain the new looks and stress the importance of collaboration during their panel at Comic-Con International.
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.
Jim Lee & Paul Dini were joined by voice actors Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill & Stana Katic to discuss WB Games' upcoming "Batman: Arkham City."
An all-new "Justice League" #1 debuts in September, and DC's panel featuring the World's Greatest Superheroes saw lively discussion from Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, Dan Jurgens, Francis Manapul, and many more.
DC Comics' second New 52 panel at Comic-Con International foundJim Lee, Bob Harris, and Dan DiDio discussing the thought behind the September relaunch and answering fan questions, including which characters might be returning soon.
From the origins of DC Comics' relaunch to the bold story changes hitting Superman and the entire DCU, Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee share their grand plan for Comic-Con, advertising and beyond.
Comic-Con International has released the cover art for this summer's souvenir booklet, offering another look at Jim Lee's "Justice League" lineup.
DC Comics will debut 6 pages from Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's "Justice League" in the free "DC Comics - The New 52" preview book hitting stores and Comic-Con on July 20.
Writer Geoff Johns tells fans to keep guessing about the identity of a mysterious woman who appears in Jim Lee's artwork for Justice League. Who can it be?
With a promotional image for a new San Diego Comic-Con licensed product, the full cast of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's incoming "Justice League" is revealed including eight never before seen members, some of whom are JLA newbies.
CBR's DC Comics relaunch survey results are in, with Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's "Justice League" narrowly edging out Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" #1 as this September's most anticipated title!
Geoff Johns and Jim Lee speak out about the DC September relaunch, details on “Justice League,” and convey a special message from newly announced “Action Comics” writer Grant Morrison.
DC Comics has announced its same-day digital titles will be priced at $2.99 and "Justice League" will get a special $4.99 combo pack for print and digital, plus loads of retailer incentives. UPDATED
CBR News uncovers some of the biggest details behind DC Comics' September relaunch, revealing the full scope of new series in the works and asking the question "Will this work for retailers and readers?"
In the wake of its "Flashpoint" event, DC Comics will re-number its entire superhero line, debuting more than 50 first issues in September to introduce "a more modern, diverse DC Universe." UPDATED
As part of their regular "Flashpoint Friday," DC Comics is revealing character designs for the alternate heroes of the series starting with Jim Lee's mysterious Element Woman. UPDATE: Who is Kubert's ferocious feline?
One month in and an army of characters later, CBR News spoke with Jim Lee about "DC Universe Online's" PC and PS3 launch, fan reaction, February's new content and how it all expands the DC brand.
In a move towards a in house set of ratings for everything from kids comics to the mature readers material of Vertigo, DC Comics will no longer carry the decades-old Comics Code Seal of Approval on its monthly titles.
Todd McFarlane and Golden Apple Comics celebrated the release of "Spawn" #200 this week, along with Stan Lee, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld, Marc Silvestri and many others. CBR was in attendance and we have the photos!
The fan forum at the back of DC Comics is back this year, and DC's Co-Publishers explain to CBR News exclusively how the move builds community, ties in with $2.99 and goes along with other big plans for 2011.
Augie read "The Walking Dead" digitally this week and has some thoughts on how reading the zombie survival epic on an iPhone affected the storytelling. Also, it doesn't get much prettier than a Jim Lee art book!
Located on the publisher's homepage, the new online store for DC Comics will offer desktop digital product and work with previously released platforms like their iPad app, explains Jim Lee, with "Dark Knight Returns" and others in the mix.
In a project teaming the writer with Jim Lee and a host of European artists, Brian Azzarello tells CBR how "Batman: Europa" works to the artistic strengths of the hero and spills details on his "100 Bullets" reunion.
Titan Books has provided CBR with a preview of "Icons: The DC Comics & Wildstorm Art of Jim Lee" including pages exclusive to CBR. "Icons" hits stores November 2.
DC Comics' Jim Lee, Ron Perrazza and Hank Kanalz joined comiXology's David Steinberg at New York Comic Con to discuss the publisher's digital future, the way in which the comics industry is changing and more.
CBR met with Sony Online Entertainment for a private demonstration of “DC Universe Online's” newest features, including a comprehensive character creation system, a boss fight with Scarecrow and new images.
DC Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee opened the floor to fans on the business side of the publisher's policies at NYCC, discussing the challenge of digital, the future of print, the popularity of Vertigo and more.
DC Comics artists Jim Lee, Francis Manapul, David Finch and Tony Daniel showed off their talent and answered questions during a special NYCC panel that allowed the audience to watch every step in the artistic process.
In a weighty interview on DC Comics big announcement of the show, Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee tell CBR News their broader plans for pricing monthly comics at $2.99, how it affects fans and creators and how they hope it makes DC #1.