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For their new DC Comics series "Superman/Wonder Woman," creators Charles Soule & Tony Daniel are looking to test the bonds of the super couple's relationship with some of the biggest villains possible.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for items shipping in December, including the latest on "Forever Evil," "Nightwing," "Harley Quinn" and more. UPDATED with new "Batwoman" solicitation.
Though "Smallville Season 11" is coming to a close, the DC Comics digital-first series will continue on, transitioning into a series of miniseries, starting in November with "Smallville: Alien."
This week sees an "Astonishing" band flier, a new I.D. for "Collider," an underwater attack in three parts, a devil in the Art Deco details and the face of Darkseid
Eisner Award winner David Lapham's two-part story for DC Comics' digital-first "Adventures of Superman" series kicks off Monday, September 2, and CBR News has an exclusive preview.
"Superman" scribe Scott Lobdell spoke with CBR News about bringing back H'El for Villains Month, heading in to "Krypton Returns," his approach to storytelling structure and more.
Salt Lake Comic Con anticipates big numbers for inaugural event! Intervention co-founder talks about Washington, DC-area convention! Grant Morrison on Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and more!
With "Man of Steel" set to debut in Japan, director Zack Snyder discussed what motivated the controversial destruction in the film's climactic battle between Superman and Zod.
The "Man of Steel" sequel pairing DC Comics' Batman and Superman has its first shooting location, as the Michigan Film Office announced the feature will film early next year in Detroit and throughout the state.
Brian Azzarello discusses the breakout supervillain from his and Cliff Chiang's "Wonder Woman," Diana's eldest brother First Born, and what's to come following the shocking events of the most recent issue.
Ever wished you could see Krypto give birth to puppies? Have no fear, the latest CSBG spotlight on the strangest comics of all-time is here! See Krypto's red kryptonite sex change in all of its "glory."
As the news of Ben Affleck as the new Batman in Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" sequel continues to spread, more details come to light as celebrities continue to sound off on the casting decision.
Ben Affleck's casting as DC Comics hero Batman has struck a serious chord with observers, with fans and industry professionals alike making their opinions clear on Twitter.
Warner Bros. announced that Ben Affleck will play an "entirely new incarnation" of Batman in the still-untitled Batman/Superman film, and set a release date for July 17, 2015.
Metropolis, Illinois -- best known for its official designation of "Hometown of Superman" -- once had plans for a theme park called the Amazing World of Superman with concept art by Neal Adams.
Superstar writer Scott Snyder spoke with CBR TV about his and Jim Lee's plans for Lex Luthor in "Superman Unchained," redefining Batman with "Zero Year" and his involvement - or lack thereof - in "Zero Year" tie-ins.
Summer means sun, vacation and in the comic book world -- annuals. This week ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco looks at DC's recent annuals for "Animal Man," "Batman," "Superman" and more.
Every week, CSBG's Mark Ginocchio examines gimmick covers of the 1990s and decides if they were actually good comics or just sales ploys. Check out the master list, including the "Death of Superman" and "X-Men" #1!
Brett Booth boards "Batman/Superman" with November's issue #5, and CBR has the exclusive first interview with the artist who discusses working with Greg Pak and alternating arcs with Jae Lee.
Writers John Layman and Greg Pak reveal their plans to tie "Detective" and "Action Comics" into Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman: Zero Year" in November, turning back the clock for Superman and Commissioner Gordon.
Greg Pak discusses his current entrenchment in the Superman family, from the younger Superman in "Batman/Superman" to his plans for his upcoming "Action Comics" run and Villains Month one-shots.
Wrapping up the week, DC Comics has released new art from a vast array of Villains Month issues, including "Green Lantern" #23.1, "Justice League" #23.1, "Superman" 23.1 and more.
Creators from across the decades assembled to discuss editor Julius Schwartz' time on DC Comics' Superman titles, which expanded into a discussion of what makes the Man of Steel tick.
Marv Wolfman, Mike Carlin, Jerry Ordway and more creators from the Post-Crisis-era of Superman reflected at Comic-Con on the stories and events that helped shaped the Man of Steel in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
Cartoon Network has released new video clips and stills from its next DC Nation installment of "Beware the Batman," plus a look at the new short, "Tales of Metropolis: Lois Lane."
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Scott Lobdell, Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund's "Superman Annual" #2. The repercussions of Brainiac's first attack begin to surface July 31.
Following the announcement at Comic-Con International in San Diego, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant examines the news that Batman and Superman are teaming-up on the big screen.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Superman: The Silver Age Newspaper Dailies vol. 1: 1958-1961" HC, featuring stories by Jerry Siegel and more. This reprint collection goes on sale July 31.
Superman legacy contributors Jim Lee, Grant Morrison, Dan Jurgen, David Goyer, Tim Daly, Henry Cavill and more gathered at SDCC 2013 to discuss the past, present and future of the Man of Steel.
DC Comics co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio return to the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International 2013 to discuss "Man of Steel," Superman's underwear, Harley Quinn, Damian Wayne and Superman's 75th Anniversary.
DC Comics brought a stable of Superman creative talent to Comic-Con International, including Scott Snyder, Jim Lee, Scott Lobdell and more to discuss the Man of Steel's place in the New 52.
The dreams of countless Batman and Superman fans will finally be realized in 2015 with a film that teams the iconic DC Comics superheroes for a big screen adventure.
CSBG looks at the oddest examples of reader letters found in Mort Weisinger's "Superman" line of titles from the 1950s & 60s, including the great "Should Superman spank Lois?" debate.
Siegel and Shuster Society seeks funds to fix damaged Superman displays in Cleveland! Seven Seas announced three new licenses! Interviews with Brian Clevinger and Jack Katz! And, oh, yeah, Comic-Con!
Doug Zawisza gives "Superman Unchained" #2 by Scott Snyder and Jim Lee 4.5 stars, saying "all of the requirements for an enjoyable, exciting Superman story are in place and well executed."
Dark Horse announces "Lone Wolf and Cub" writer as guest of honor! British Comic Awards names judging panel! Jim Lee on Superman's hair! Grant Morrison on life after Batman! How much does $2.99 get you? Plus more!
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for items shipping in October, including the latest on "Forever Evil," "Justice League 3000," "Superman/Wonder Woman," Vertigo's new wave of titles and more.
Did comics about the dangers of landmines actually accidentally cause children to go INTO minefields to try to meet Superman? Were "G.I. Joe's" Dreadnoks originally suppose to be anthropomorphic bears? Find out this week!
Guest contributor Jim McLauchlin warns, if the rest of the DC Cinematic Universe continues down "Man of Steel's" darker path, Warner Bros. superhero films will ultimately fail with the audience they're trying to reach.
"Man of Steel" stays strong overseas as "Monsters University" remains the No. 1 movie in North America.