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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.
From Owlman's early days to the secrets of Bruce Wayne's parents, the long history of the "Batman" title holds sway as writer Scott Snyder makes his way through a year-long arc focusing on the Court of Owls.
The kid-friendly series commonly referred to as Marvel Adventures will see their latest iteration end in March with final issues for "Spider-Man" and "Super Heroes," though more all-ages material is in the offing.
After WWII's vampire war, Scott Snyder prepares "American Vampire" for the 1950s with a teenage Rockabilly Van Helsing testing the cast and teases another miniseries.
CBR News has learned that Joe Simon, co-creator of Captain America and a wealth of other characters, comics and genres, has died leaving behind a legacy as a writer, artist, editor and historian from his 98 years. [UPDATED]
Leading the charge on Valiant's return is X-O Manowar. Designer Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic and Editor Warren Simons spoke exclusively with CBR on how they reinvented a classic and what's in store for the entire line.
John Rood explains what DC Comics' digital sales rankings mean for readers, retailers and the company's plans, sharing exclusively with CBR the top ten digital sales chart and Jim Lee's "Justice League" #7 cover.
Acclaimed artist Gene Ha filling in for Jim Lee on "Justice League" #7 and 8 is only the tip of the iceberg for recent creative shifts at DC Comics on titles that include "Men of War" and "Green Arrow."
A still resurgent DC Comics continues its dollar and unit share dominance in comic shop sales for a third month while Marvel brings the fight within percentage points as graphic novels rebound in November.
The digital comic based on the best-selling "Pocket Gods" iPhone game has exceeded 500,000 downloads, and to celebrate Ape Entertainment shares an EXCLUSIVE preview of #11 with CBR while making #1 free to new readers.
Speaking with CBR News on his revamp of the reclaimed Vertigo hero, writer Scott Snyder delves into "Swamp Thing's" humanity for both an old school adventure and a horror series as he prepares for the "Animal Man" crossover "Dead World."
Legendary Golden Age comics artist Jerry Robinson, creator of the Joker, has died, leaving a creative and social legacy of historic proportions for the comic book medium.
Marvel's top editors grilled the "Avengers Vs. X-Men" writing team of Brian Bendis, Jason Aaron, Matt Fraction, Ed Brubaker and Jonathan Hickman on the battle lines of the 2012 evet. CBR has the complete rundown.
A longtime comics writer and editor steps back into the monthly format as Tom DeFalco takes over DC's timelost teens in "Legion Lost" from outgoing scribe Fabian Nicieza.
The critically acclaimed and long awaited series from DC Comics focusing on Starman villain The Shade hasn't yet set the sales charts on fire, but James Robinson is hoping for interest to support his full 12-issue run.
From the original, slightly embarrassing letter a young Mark Millar sent to Dave Gibbons after "Watchmen" to Gibbons' new sketchbook work, the creators give CBR the exclusive early details of their new series "The Secret Service."
Legendary artists from Mike Mignola to Bill Sienkiewicz to Walt Simonson and beyond have created classic monster art to benefit Aidan Reed's battle with leukemia, and you can help the cause.
With the release of his latest "Kick-Ass" issue today, Mark Millar is taking a stance against day and date digital comics, and he tells CBR why print first is better for comics and retailers and how the series brings back Hit-Girl.
After a wave of cancellations and changes, CBR News looks at Marvel Comics' monthly lineup as it enters 2012, examining why the cancelled titles were cut to what strategies will shape the future of the Marvel U.
As DC Comics' offering of digital trades and graphic novels goes live on Kindle Fire, Hank Kanalz explains the benefits of sticking with online giant Amazon from pricing to cross-promotion and what could come next.