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With Spike TV's Annual Scream Awards just around the corner, CBR presents the first of a series of chats with nominated creators as "Hellboy's" Mike Mignola talks returning to the drawing board for "Hellboy In Hell."
As part of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's 100K-selling reinvention, Wonder Woman will see a significant change to her parentage amid her bloody battles with the gods.
Superstar artist Andy Kubert will follow up DC's recent "Flashpoint" event with a two-issue stint on writer Grant Morrison's origin-minded "Action Comics" drawing Superman's adventures in between arcs by Rags Morales.
In a response to DC's exclusive partnering with Amazon's Kindle Fire for titles like "Watchmen" and "The Sandman," Barnes & Noble has pulled the physical books from their store shelves as a protest. Updated with comment from DC.
The layoff of a very well-liked member of Marvel Comics' staff may be seen as the latest belt-tightening measure of a rough economy as the House of Ideas lets go COO Jim Sokolowski.
In the latest of G4's Marvel Comics anime adaptations, the "Friday Night Lights" and "Heart of Dixie" star tells CBR how he channels his inner fanboy to bring a tortured Cyclops to life in "X-Men."
Archie Comics' next step for their much discussed new character sees gay Riverdale teen Kevin Keller walk down the aisle a war hero in the pages of "Life With Archie," and CBR has the inside story.
Once again a lethal Terminator, the man known as Slade Wilson is upping his kill quotient in one of DC Comics New 52 series. Kyle Higgins explains the extreme action that drives the new "Deathstroke."
Writer Jason Aaron is making the media rounds to reveal new details about his post-"Schism" series that sees Wolverine lead an all-new mutant school as drawn by Chris Bachalo.
In a week when DC declared sellouts and bloggers decried certain content, retailers continued to move New 52 launches like "Batman," noting the challenge of matching books to fans in the longterm was yet to come.
Dick Grayson is back in his old identity and back on the beat in Gotham, but the former Batman has new challenges ahead as writer Kyle Higgins tells CBR what makes "Nightwing" tick.
One issue in to his DC Comics New 52 series "Demon Knights," Paul Cornell has already sewn the seeds for an epic battle, a wicked queen, a twisted romance and more epic fantasy turns for the Demon, Madame Xanadu, Shining Knight and company.
The first of DC's New 52 to pull the WildStorm Universe into a new era, "Stormwatch" and writer Paul Cornell serve up a love letter to Warren Ellis, a bad ass Martian Manhunter and the great romance of Apollo and Midnighter.
After the second full week of sales for DC Comics line-wide relaunch, the numbers remain high as sell outs for books like "Green Lantern" lead retailers to focus on keeping customers for issues #2, 3 and beyond.
After three issues, writer JT Krul will step down from DC's new "Green Arrow" monthly to be replaced by Keith Giffen who will now co-write with series artist Dan Jurgens.
Tying in to the highly anticipated "Batman: Arkham City" game, ball cap makers New Era are looking to turn fans into inmates of Arkham City with a New York Comic Con-debuting hat. CBR has the exclusive first look.
With only one issue on the stands, the co-writer of DC's relaunch of the iconic teen superhero "Static Shock" has opted to step off the book saying "My issues for leaving had nothing to do with the character or with DC Comics." UPDATED
Co-writer and artist of the long-awaited "Batwoman" title from DC's New 52, JH Williams III goes in depth with CBR News on the building blocks of the heroine's first issue.
In their latest "ready of the headlines" story line, Archie Comics is sending newly launched gay character Kevin Keller to its "Life With Archie" universe for a wedding first in Riverdale and mainstream comics.
After the first full week of comic shops sales, CBR talks to retailers across the country about DC Comics New 52 titles to see what the fan response was, what shop owners want to see next and what books beyond "Justice League" hit big.