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Brian Stelfreeze discusses the collaborative effort of "Day Men," redesigning the Crime Syndicate, race in comics, Batman's timelessness and more.
Superstar artist David Finch discusses "Forever Evil," the blockbuster event written by Geoff Johns, and his love for Batman and the Crime Syndicate.
Ultraman's origin features in a preview for the Crime Syndicate-themed issue of "Justice League" #24 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
Readers know the fate awaiting Dick Grayson, but the events in Kyle Higgins and Will Conrad's "Nightwing" #24, on sale Oct. 9, take place prior to the hero's unmasking by the Crime Syndicate. Is this his last hurrah?
With the Crime Syndicate enjoying its New 52 debut as the centerpiece of "Forever Evil," CBR was wondering: What is your all-time favorite epic starring the Justice League's evil doppelgängers?
DC Comics has released a first look at "Forever Evil" #2 by writer Geoff Johns and artist David Finch. The Crime Syndicate continues their hostile takeover October 2.
Batman, Hulk, Iron Man, Frankenstein and Godzilla all get new statues and action figures based on their long histories of greatness! Plus a little bit of the new to mix things up!
With "Trinity War" wrapped and "Forever Evil" just beginning, DC Comics senior editor Brian Cunningham details the role of the Crime Syndicate, and how the story will impact the rest of the DC Universe after it ends.
Ivan Reis and Joe Prado's "Forever Evil" #1 variant covers featuring the Crime Syndicate have hit online, with images of Earth-3's Owlman, Superwoman and Ultraman.
Have the revelations from the final chapter of "Trinity War" in "Justice League" #23 left you more or less excited for DC Comics' "Forever Evil," the New 52's first line-wide event?
"Justice League" writer Geoff Johns reveals the identities of the villains behind DC Comics' "Forever Evil," who make their first appearance in the New 52 in "Justice League" #23 August 28.
A comment from DC Comic Vice President of Marketing John Cunningham at this year's C2E2 lent weight to the rumor that the publisher has plans for a line-wide villains month in September.