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Scott Lobdell writes "Red Hood and the Outlaws," "Superboy" and "Teen Titans" for DC Comics, and thanks to the publisher's launch of the New 52, he has a clean slate to tell his tales of the teenage titans.
DC Comics claims its relaunched number one issues are new reader-friendly, so CBR News asked non-comic book readers to weigh in on the latest batch of New 52 titles, including "Red Lanterns," "Superboy" and more.
DC Comics' New 52 flood of art via Twitter continues with today featuring a page from DnA's new "Resurrection Man" and several pages of pencils from R.B. Silva's "Superboy" leading the charge.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Superboy" #11. The series final issue by Jeff Lemire, Pier Gallo, Pete Woods and Cafu hits stores August 17.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Superboy" #10. Written by Jeff Lemire, the series penultimate issue hits stores on Wednesday, August 3.
DC Comics has released the solicitation information for Superman titles releasing in October, 2011, including the second issues of "Action Comics," "Superman," "Superboy" and "Supergirl."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of the Jeff Lemire-written "Superboy" #9 and "Jonah Hex" #69 illustrated by Lemire and written by the team of Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti.
Writer Scott Lobdell discusses about his relaunched "Teen Titans" and "Superboy" series for DC Comics, as well as his views on modern comic book storytelling.
As we close in on the halfway point for 2011, Tim looks back on the best comics of the year (so far), and identifies ten that stand out, including "iZombie," "Nonplayer," "Superboy," and "Scalped."
Today's DC Comics' relaunch announcement is teen-centric, with news on new Legion titles, Static, a Scott Lobdell-helmed "Teen Titans" and a Rob Liefeld-illustrated Hawk & Dove ongoing series.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superboy" #6 by Jeff Lemire and guest artist Marco Rudy with a cover by Eddy Barrows. It's Doomsday versus the Boy of Steel tomorrow, April 13!
CBR News spoke with Jeff Lemire about Doomsday crashing smack dab into Smallville in April's "Superboy" #6, but first we asked a few questions about this week's first ever race between Superboy and Kid Flash.
It's the Boy of Steel versus the Fastest Boy Alive in DC Comics' preview for "Superboy" #5 as Jeff Lemire and Pier Gallo detail the face-off between Teen Titans Superboy and Kid Flash! The race begins Wednesday, March 9.
The CW has released a new clip and preview for this week's all-new episode of "Smallville," introducing Connor Kent to Clark, Lois and the rest of the cast. "Scion" airs Friday at 8PM, 7PM Central.
Another face familiar to fans of the DC Universe will make its way onto The CW's decade-long Superman drama as producers have confirmed Connor Kent will enter the story in advance of Michael Rosenbaum's Lex Luthor.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Superboy" #3. The issue, written by Jeff Lemire and illustrated by Pier Gallo, features covers by Phil Noto and Dustin Nguyen and hits stores tomorrow, January 5.
In the first of a special four-part feature, CBR invited some of DC Comics' rising writer stars to interview each other, starting with Scott Snyder digging into the history of "Sweet Tooth" and "Superboy" with Jeff Lemire.
With "Sweet Tooth" Vol. 2 in stores this week, CBR News checked in with writer/artist Jeff Lemire to see what lies ahead for the nine-year old boy with antlers trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world.
In his first interview with CBR News, "Superboy" artist Pier Gallo shared which American and European artists he calls upon as influences in his work, what he loves most about drawing Conner Kent and more.
CBR's Doug Zawisza gave "Superboy" #1 a rare 5 star review, calling Jeff Lemire and Pier Gallo's take on the Teen of Steel "a great first issue that offers a lot of promise and delivers one hell of a fun read."
Augie likes both DC's new "Superboy" title and Michel Gagne's "The Saga of Rex" collection. Also, some of the costumes Augie noticed this past Halloween inspire hope for the future of comics. Or do they?
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superboy" #1 by Jeff Lemire and artist Pier Gallo with covers by Rafael Albuquerque and John Cassaday. The new era of the Teen of Steel begins next Wednesday, November 3!
In this update to a pair of CBLRs, see the odd way Superboy and Supergirl were once written out of the Legion and see J.M. DeMatteis' dramatically different original ending to Marvel's "Star Wars" #46!
A Batman Beyond ongoing series? A new headlining character for ”Adventure Comics” after “Flashpoint”? Conner Kent playing hockey in “Superboy”? All were discussed at the DC Universe panel at Fan Expo in Toronto, Canada.
Learn the strange behind-the-scenes journey Geoff Johns took on his way to changing Superboy's origin! Plus, what is the connection between a caveman comic strip and David Bowie? Find out today!
When his run kicks off in "Teen Titans" #88, J.T. Krul says readers will see an A-list roster including fan favorites Superboy and Kid Flash and that he has big plans for the team well beyond the 100th issue.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Jeff Lemire about his plans while working on DC Comics' Atom and Superboy, the future of "Sweet Tooth," his writing and plotting techniques and much more.
Jeff Lemire spoke with CBR about his exclusive deal with DC Comics, sharing details on why the time was right for this type of an arrangement, why he's so excited about co-writing "Adventure Comics" and more.
Jeff Lemire spoke to CBR about the new August-launching ongoing "Superboy" series he's writing for DC Comics, saying it will be based in Smallville during the first year, featuring several notable guest appearances.
DC's Teen of Steel is headed back to having his own ongoing series with the award-winning creator of "Essex County" along with artist Pier Gallo kicking things off in August's issue of "Action Comics."
Superboy is back, following a big event crossover! And he's getting his own series? Well, that's how it happened in 1994, at least, as Augie takes a look at the Karl Kesel/Tom Grummett series in this week's Pipeline.
Always wanted to get into DC's most populous superhero team but never really knew quite where to begin, overwhelmed by the virtual mountain of back issues and continuity? Tim has a simple piece of advice: Don't Fear The Legion, man.