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FIRST COMIC: "Wonder Woman" #78
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At DC Entertainment's "Darkness & Light" charity art event, DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee and CCO Geoff Johns spoke about the publisher's as yet unidentified gay character and the importance of TV for the company.
Writer Mat Johnson spoke to CBR News about his new Vertigo graphic novel, "Right State," about an American militia group's plot to assassinate the second black President.
"The Flash" writer/artists Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato spoke with CBR about updating the Rogues, Wally West in the New 52 and plot points some readers may have missed in their opening story arc.
"Birds Of Prey" writer Duane Swierczynski spoke with CBR about his plans for DC Comics' all-female super team, working with artist Travel Foreman once again and the evolving relationships at the heart of the book.
CBR reviews Marvel Studios' highly-anticipated "The Avengers," an uproariously fun and funny film that proves a worthy successor to "Iron Man" and the Marvel movie franchise.
Actor Clark Gregg, who has played S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Coulson in almost every Marvel film since 2008's "Iron Man," spoke to CBR about his co-star status in May's "The Avengers."
Writer/artist Tony S. Daniel discusses fitting "Detective Comics" into the Night of the Owls event and what's coming down the pipeline for Bruce Wayne, sharing an exclusive look at his cover for issue #12.
Chris Roberson spoke with CBR News about his public departure from DC Comics based in part on its treatment of Alan Moore, the cancellation of "iZombie," his creator-owned book "Memorial" and the ethics of comics.
"The Avengers" stars Robert Downey Jr., Samuel Jackson, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth and producer Kevin Feige speak about the film and working with Joss Whedon.
"The Avengers" writer/director Joss Whedon and co-stars Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Renner, Cobie Smulders and Clark Gregg discuss behind the scenes stories and on-screen developments from the upcoming Marvel film.
Writer Tony Bedard spoke with CBR about May's "Blue Beetle" and "Green Lantern: New Guardians" crossover, larger Green Lantern plans and re-imagining the Reach in the new DC Universe
Marvel Studios President and "The Avengers" producer Kevin Feige spoke one-on-one with CBR about the upcoming film, working with Joss Whedon, and what's next for Marvel Studios.
DC Co-Publisher and "DC Universe Presents: Challengers Of The Unknown" writer Dan DiDio talks about his story, Jack Kirby and the goal for the anthology. Plus, an exclusive look at the story's final chapter!
"Legion Of Super-Heroes" writer Paul Levitz discusses the machinations of the Dominators, working once again with artists Steve Lightle & Yildiray Cinar and the upcoming LoSH elections!
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock delivers an entertaining look at Comic-Con International in San Diego, following the experiences of five unique individuals who attend the show.
Paul Levitz, writer of DC Comics' "Worlds' Finest," spoke with CBR about working with George Perez and Kevin Maguire, the secrets of Earth 2, Helena Wayne's parentage and Power Girl & Huntress' friendship.
CBR News spoke with DC Comics' "Resurrection Man" writing duo Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning in part two of our coverage of the crossover with "Suicide Squad."
CBR spoke with documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock about his new film,"Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope," chronicling Comic-Con International in San Diego.
"Suicide Squad" writer Adam Glass spoke with CBR about May's crossover with "Resurrection Man," which brings with it a new series artist and long term repercussions for both titles.
"Ultimate Spider-Man" Co-Executive Producer and Marvel icon Stan Lee speaks about the new animated series, organic vs. technological web shooters and the enduring appeal of the wall-crawling hero.