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Hawkman and Adam Strange, along with a classic villain, are returning to print this fall for a new series from DC Comics.
Murphy Anderson, a Hall of Fame artist best known for his work at DC Comics on characters including Hawkman and Zatanna, has passed away at age 89.
Jeff Lemire, Lee Bermejo, Tony Daniel and others discuss the Justice League's move to Canada, the upcoming "Superman/Wonder Woman" title and more at Fan Expo Canada.
Canadian cartoonist Jeff Lemire is taking over as writer of "Justice League of America," sharing exclusive details with CBR about the series' shift to "Justice League of Canada," the new Adam Strange and more.
DC Comics is announcing today at Fan Expo Canada that "Justice League of America" will be renamed "Justice League Canada" next spring as the team relocates in the aftermath of Trinity War and "Forever Evil."
In the final installment of CSBG's three-part 400th edition celebration, learn how Jackie Onassis was once the world's most famous comic book editor! Plus, the strange story of how Adam Strange first met the Justice League!
CBR pays tribute to the late, great Joe Kubert with a look at his life in comics from teenage years drawing Golden Age superhero comics through pioneering education efforts and through to award-winning graphic novels.
Tony Bedard has been unleashing an epic battle in the opening story arc of the critically acclaimed "R.E.B.E.L.S.," and an upcoming crossover with "Blackest Night" should expose the title to a much wider audience.
Paul Pope, who wrote and illustrated an Adam Strange strip for the weekly series, explains how he channeled Steve Ditko and Carl Jung to tell his story, and Mark Chiarello joins us with some final thoughts on “Wednesday Comics.”
Cartoon Network has provided CBR News with a clips, pics and astory teaser from next week's episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold," featuring The Question, Aquaman and Adam Strange.
The last word on work-for-hire... again! Plus comics reviews, Republican logic, the Adam Strange that never was, the Apple life, reply to Spurgeon and tons of other notes in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE by Steven Grant.