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A new "Injustice: Gods Among Us" video showcases a special "Blackest Night" preorder bonus, which adds a Black Lantern Batman costume and a zombie mode to the DC Comics-themed brawler.
In honor of this week's release of "Absolute Final Crisis," CBR asks: What was your favorite DC Comics company-wide crossover of the past twenty years?
In honor of the holiday shopping Black Friday kick off, DC Comics has made its entire run of "Blackest Night" comics, 79 issues in all, available for download on the dedicated app for $0.99 each.
Ivan Reis gave a retrospective of his artistic work during his Spotlight panel, from his earliest drawings at 11 years old to his current work on "Brightest Day," plus a quick tease about an upcoming "Sinestro" OGN.
In this installment of Geoff Johns Prime, the writer answers questions about what’s ahead for Captain Marvel, Dex-Starr and Aqualad and re-confirms he has no plans to leave "Green Lantern."
With the release of "Brightest Day" #0 and "The Flash" #1 this week, what better time to check in with Geoff Johns for this latest installment of GEOFF JOHNS PRIME?
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reviews the Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis event miniseries, noting "for once I think a Big DC Event has left the superhero line in a good place."
DC Comics' brightest stars answered fans' questions about the futures of their favorite characters at WonderCon during the DCU Editorial Presentation, including word on Green Arrow, Batwoman and more.
DC's Chief Creative Officer was in the hot seat as Geoff Johns spent an hour talking up the "Green Lantern" film, teasing "Batman: Earth One" and not answering questions about "Blackest Night #8." Plus: Larfleeze!
Geoff Johns' epic "Blackest Night" series concludes today, but was it a satisfying read? CBR's Doug Zawisza checks in with a spoiler free review, giving it five stars and saying simply, "...this one has it all."
In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape his sight. The superstar writer behind "Blackest Night" and "Flash"--not to mention DC's new Chief Creative Officer--needs your questions for the next Q&A with CBR readers!
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lantern" #52 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke, featuring Sinestro as the one, true White Lantern! The issue will be hitting stores this Wednesday, March 24.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks in February 2010. Sales are down overall from last month, with DC Comics in both the top comic and TPB spots with "Blackest Night" and "Fables."
CBR News checked in with Tony Bedard about his new assignment as writer of “Green Lantern Corps” and found that not only is he a long-time fan of Green Lantern character but he believes that there is no higher honor than serving in the GLC.
"Deadpool's" Daniel Way grills the "Flash Rebirth" artist on con-going and his future comic projects, from his creator-owned "Cyberfrog" to which DC hero is poised for greatness in 2010.
Though the publisher's "trade 50 DC Comics covers for a Deadpool variant" gimmick has gotten creators, editors and retailers talking, the question remains whether the promotion has much of an effect beyond making noise
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of two new titles shipping to comic stores this week - "Batgirl" #6 and "R.E.B.E.L.S." #12!
The superstar writer joins CBR to discuss "Batman: Earth One," "Blackest Night," "Flash: Rebirth" and "Smallville" as well as sharing the title of the first arc of "Green Lantern," post-"Blackest Night."
Earlier today, DC Comics' blog, The Source, revealed Jim Lee's variant cover for "Green Lantern" #50. Now, the artist has unveiled the uncolored, inked version of the cover via his Twitter account.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks in November, 2009. Sales are down overall from last month, with DC Comics in the top comic spot with "Blackest Night" and "Chew" leading the TPB charts.
The publisher unveils the covers for the penultimate issue of its blockbuster event series by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis including a special variant by Rodolfo Migliari
Today, "Blackest Night" #6 is the only new major release available in your comic store and CBR reviewers Greg McElhatton and Doug Zawisza have both reviewed the title, giving it 3.5 and 4 stars, respectively.
Though not available for purchase until next week, some copies of the highly anticipated DC Comics series have worked their way out of retailers hands and onto the internet, as Geoff Johns responds to early spoilers.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in March 2010, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batman & Robin," "First Wave" and much more.
Geoff Johns, the superstar writer behind DC Comics' "Blackest Night," "The Flash: Rebirth," "Adventure Comics" and "Superman: Secret Origin," is ready for another round of Q&As with CBR readers, and he needs your questions!
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks in October, 2009. Sales are up from last month, with DC Comics in the top comic spot with "Blackest Night" and "Old Man Logan" leading the TPB charts.
In part-two of CBR's holiday weekend Q&A, Marvel E-i-C Joe Quesada digs into what event fatigue means to him, says a single word devised to flip Spider-Man fans out and explains why Marvel won't try to capitalize on the "Twilight" phenomenon.
Both of this week's "Blackest Night" chapters have garnered 4-star reviews from CBR's Reviews Staff, with Doug Zawisa taking on "Green Lantern" #48 and Greg McElhatton looking favorably on "Blackest Night" #5
A very busy James Robinson says he's ready to bring back Vibe in the pages of "Justice League of America" and will attempt to make him not only cool, but scary, even if the character's still wearing a V-neck tank top and sunglasses.
CBR News spoke with "Green Lantern Corps" writer Peter Tomasi about the repercussions of the death of a major DCU figure in the pages of last week's issue #42 and how the death will leave Guy Gardner seeing red.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in February 2010, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batman & Robin," "Milestone Forever" and much more.
CBR checks in with retailers to see whether DC’s "Blackest Night" ring promotion fueled sales for last week’s tie-in "Doom Patrol" #4 and what to expect this week as both "R.E.B.E.L.S." and "Booster Gold" get the ring treatment.
In part two of CBR's in-depth interview, DC's Senior Vice President - Executive Editor Dan DiDio discusses his own ongoing writing stint on "Outsiders," explains the company's approach to expanding DC's creative roster, and more.
Dan Jurgens is thrilled to be bringing Michael Jon Carter to a larger audience, even if it means the eponymous hero has to face off against his undead best friend, Black Lantern Ted Kord, in a "Blackest Night" tie-in.
The DCU Senior Vice President - Executive Editor invites CBR into his office for a lengthy two-part chat covering "Blackest Night," the future of marquee characters from Superman to the Flash, and exactly what's up with Aquaman.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks in September, 2009. Total sales are up from last month, with DC Comics in the top comic spot with "Blackest Night" and "Buffy" leading the TPB charts.
It seems as though every new Wednesday gives us yet another major Geoff Johns comic book, so this week Tim reflects back on the absolute best Geoff Johns comics of all time...and his list doesn't just stop at the Top 10 picks.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in January 2010, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Justice League of America," "Astro City: The Dark Age," "Joe the Barbarian" and much more.
The superstar writer joins CBR for this latest installment of his bi-monthly, reader generated Q&A session, discussing the science of "Blackest Night" and "The Flash: Rebirth," teasing future plans for Black Manta, and more.