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Writer Adam Beechan divides his DC Universe time between the streets of Gotham City and a wild world of music and monsters with his "Commissioner Gordon" and "Nightmaster" one-shot stories hitting this fall.
The first in-character photos of the actor set to be Captain America hit the web as Chris Evans dons his best Depression-era duds for a flat-footed chase scene in Manchester, England.
Launching their latest horror-influenced franchise, Zenescope Entertainment prepares fans for encounters with the supernatural with the "Monster Hunters' Survival Guide" as penned by expert JP Russ.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan Didio & Jim Lee talk to CBR News about their role in the changes coming for the company, how digital strategy around licensed comics will change in Burbank and their overall focus for the future.
Dan Didio and Jim Lee announce the end of the WildStorm imprint, the suspension of the WildStorm universe of titles, the end of Zuda as a DC brand and the folding of WildStorm editorial into DC's newly moved digital unit.
For the first time in over 20 years, the legendary team that redefined DC's far future superteam will combine forces for a new story in December's "Legion of Super-Heroes Annual" #1.
With Warner Bros. tightening its focus on the superheroes of the DC Comics Universe, questions loom over the state of the publisher 's location, staff and impending creative output from comics to film, television and video games.
After delays struck J. Michael Straczynski's "Superman" arc featuring a walk across America, DC Comics has announced an "interlude" issue by G. Willow Wilson focusing on Lois Lane will replace the planned issue #704.
The avarice-inspired Orange Lantern Larfleeze earns his long-expected Christmas one-shot this December courtesy of Geoff Johns and Brett Booth, which is one of a pair of Green Lantern specials on tap for the holidays.
Writer Adam Beechen opens up to CBR about how he made the future of Batman's animated world jibe with DC continuity, his thoughts on an ongoing and where the mystery of Hush Beyond will lead in this week's issue #4.
The short-lived Marvel competitor founded by Martin Goodman will get a second go thanks to its originator's grandson as Atlas Comics prepares "Phoenix" and "The Grim Ghost" for a debut at New York Comic Con.
Over 35 years ago, author Harlan Ellison lost his chance to produce the story of a galactic space odyssey on his terms, but now the full story can be told in a new IDW miniseries that Ellison hopes will complete his dream.
CBR has an exclusive look at the "Watchmen" film that could have been as production designer Dominic Watkins shares his and Paul Greengrass' early concepts for a more realistic, modern version of the superhero classic.
Word is out that despite the best efforts of creator Tim Kring, the NBC superhero-themed series will not be brought back for a mini series or special finale to wrap storylines.
Writer Scott Snyder strikes out on his own in a story that sees the first American Vampires land in 1930s Las Vegas for murder and intrigue based in and around the Depression's most depraved boom town.
The artist behind the latest Mark Millar written series describes designing an old timey twist on the Superman model, explains why he wants to keep it creator-owned and shares exclusive art from inside "Superior."
CBR gets up close and personal with Mark Millar's latest creator-owned effort as the writer explains how the tale goes beyond the Superman myth, what inspired its hopeful, emotional tone and how Leinil Yu helps save the day.
CBR's regular commentary on Joss Whedon's "Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 8" returns as editor Scott Allie explains Spike's return, Angel's big action and an old threat arisen.
Roger Fletcher, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Diamond Comic Distributors, tells CBR News how the industry giant settled on the new scheme of Tuesday shipping to all its direct market comics shop partners.
The award-winning sales chart perennial by Neil Gaiman and company finds its prospects for adaptation in other media renewed as Warner Bros. Television makes a move for "The Sandman."