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The DC series based on the animated favorite grows bigger as Adam Beechen explains why the Justice League's missions, the return of Blight and shadowy hackers all impact what's next for "Batman Beyond."
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.
Five new DC Comics series focus on the darker side of the DCU including Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and Peter Milligan's "Justice League Dark." UPDATED: Wildstorm joins the new DCU with "Voodoo," "Resurrection Man."
UPDATED: Capping off a day of DC Comics announcements, the publisher makes plans for phase two of "Batman Inc." as well as "Red Hood & The Outlaws, "Batwing," "Batgirl," "Birds of Prey" and "Detective Comics."
The comic-themed chapters of Jeff Lemire's Top Shelf trilogy are headed to the big screen as "X-Men: First Class" VFX Supervisor John Dykstra preps "Super Zero."
Retailers from coast-to-coast spoke with CBR News about how 52 new #1s will have them ordering DC Comics come September as well as how they feel an all-line move to digital day-and-date will impact their business.
Brian Azzarello spearheads "Wonder Woman," Francis Manapul writes "Flash" and heroes from Firestorm to Hawkman get new origins as DC shows off art from the first ten of 52 new series.
Fueled by a capital injection from former Marvel CEO Peter Cuneo's new company, the owners of the Valiant Comics library are set to launch new stories starring the '90s superheroes in 2012, as the principals tell CBR first.
CBR News investigates the nomination process for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, which has drawn scrutiny this year over a potential conflict of interest among the judging panel.
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?"
With the recent #0 issue launching Dynamite's new Jack Kirby character universe, the writer behind "Kirby: Genesis" explains how he and Alex Ross turned the real life work of the King of Comics into cosmic fiction.
Ed Brubaker and Steve McNiven answer the call to place Steve Rogers back in the red, white and blue uniform of "Captain America," and the pair join Tom Brevoort to talk old heroes, new villains and an arc that starts with a funeral.
As the mystery of the twins known as Jun and Hisao unfold in Image's "Morning Glories" #9, Nick Spencer gives CBR the scoop on their secret history, the inner workings of the Academy and how next issue will be the most controversial yet.
In the face of a devastating tornado that's destroyed many fixtures in Joplin, Missouri including the hospital and high school, local comic shop Hurley's Heroes is open and providing help for any who need it.
While the project from "TRON Legacy" director Joseph Kosinski boasts a $100 million budget, it appears as though the Radical-produced script and eventual illustrated novel "Oblivion" will star Tom Cruise in an apocalyptic turn.
With the latest round of content released for their summer event, DC Comics unveiled an in-depth map of "Flashpoint's" world, teases to the fate of monsters from Grodd to Frankenstein and unexpected debate over diversity.
To coincide with the start of principal photography in Christopher's Nolan's anticipated Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises," Warner Bros. has launched a viral game whose first prize is an image of actor Tom Hardy as Bane.
The acclaimed fantasy painter, occasional comics artist and former studio mate of Mike Kaluta, Bernie Wrightson and Barry Windsor-Smith has died at age 67.
The President of Archie Comics discusses running the resurgent publisher as a comic geek, the choice to make Kevin Keller a military brat, the rebirth of "Sonic" and the exclusive announcement on the digital future of "Jinx."
With a new arc in today's issue #7, writer Nick Spencer blows out the "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" history with tales of the past illustrated by Mike Grell and Nick Dragotta and the modern return of lost A-list villain Iron Maiden.