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The latest glimpse of the anticipated video game puts the emphasis on Batman's villains, fighting and the Batmobile.
As its post-Convergence solicitations for June roll out, DC Comics has unveiled new looks for two of its most iconic characters.
When "Archie" #1 debuts in July, Mark Waid and Fiona Staples will be joined by an all-star roster of cover artists.
The CW's two DC Comics-based series will see their season finales arrive a week apart from each other.
A focus on increased diversity in characters and creators, less emphasis on mega-events and more - here are the high points of DC's recent announcements.
German will play Los Angeles homicide detective Chloe in the Fox drama's pilot based on Mike Carey and Peter Gross' long-running Vertigo series.
Brian Bolland's Plastic Man baffles Swamp Thing on a CBR-exclusive reveal of the legendary artist's variant cover for "Convergence" #1.
Eisner winner Gene Luen Yang will continue to explore the themes he's known for when he joins John Romita Jr. on the DC Comics title.
Francesco Francavilla proves there's no rule against illustrating Fight Club with this cover for Issue #2 of Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart's series.
The next four villains to make Barry Allen's life hell share the spotlight in a new promo for The CW's "The Flash."
When Jaimie Alexander returns to Marvel's ABC series, will it result in Skye's Inhuman transformation becoming public knowledge?
Lee Bermejo's "We Are Robin" is designed to explore real world issues while expanding the diversity of the DC Universe.
Director James Mangold circles closer to a specific start date for Hugh Jackman's next turn in a solo Wolverine film.
ABC continues to celebrate the second half of Season 2 with a Lady Sif-themed poster illustrated by Eisner Award winner Marcos Martin.
Peter David returns to his future-based Hulk when "Future Imperfect" crashes into Battleworld, while the Maestro terrorizes Marvel's mobile game.
Norman Reedus speaks out once again on the topic of Daryl Dixon's sexuality, saying he'd welcome the chance to play the character as gay.
The director opens up about the logistical difficulties in adding more characters to an already large cast, and the Hulk's expanded role in "Age of Ultron."
Despite labeling his project as a "fan film," director Joseph Khan doesn't consider himself a fan of the mid-90s "Power Rangers" show.
Donate to children's hospice charity Julia's House, and you could end up accompanying RDJ to the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" world premiere.
Gabriele Dell'Otto brings Skye's powers to life in a new poster marking the ABC series' new Inhuman path.