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Did the failed JLA/Avengers crossover give us "Crisis on Infinite Earths?" Was Scarlet Witch once green? Was there a Wanda/Captain America romance?
DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio discusses the major changes brought about by "Crisis on Infinite Earths" in the 1980s with its writer, Marv Wolfman.
Fark founder Drew Curtis, who is running for governor of Kentucky, is selling art from the DC Comics classic by George Perez & Dick Giordano.
ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant continues his look back at DC’s multiverse-destroying epic with Issue #2, where the story really begins.
On the 30th anniversary of its debut, ROBOT 6 looks at the game-changing - and universe-destroying - series that remains thrilling, despite its clunkiness.
Is a sexually suggestive Mickey Mouse milk ad for real? And did Flash nearly survive DC Comics' "Crisis on Infinite Earths?"
This week, learn why DC decided to kill off Barry Allen during "Crisis" and why Grant Morrison decided not to kill off Damian Wayne in his first appearance!
With the conclusion of "Forever Evil," ROBOT 6 ponders the future of the DC Universe, and the approaching 30th anniversary of "Crisis on Infinite Earths."
CBR and 5th Cell kick of Monday with our fourth exclusive "Scribblenauts Unmasked" DC Comics homage, this time reinterpreting the Georg Perez's classic "Crisis on Infinite Earths" #7 cover.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant dives into DC Comics' latest event series, "Forever Evil," calling the first issue "a somber mix of the depressingly familiar, with a few flashes of innovation hinting at future improvement."
The legendary George Perez visited the CBR Tiki Lounge at SDCC for a look back at his lengthy career, his passion for storytelling and what he wants from his BOOM! Studios exclusive.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio sent fans reeling over the weekend when he announced that "there have been no Crisis events in the New DCU." ROBOT 6 has details.
With the first of DC Comics' "New 52" debuting next week, ROBOT 6 looks back at the post-"Crisis on Infinite Earths" changes DC made in the summer of 1986.
Tim thinks about all the new characters from the last several decades who haven't stuck around all that long, and explains why the likes of Wolverine, Deadpool, and the Endless managed to make an impact while others haven't.
This week: Crisis on infinite crossovers, a barrage of fan mail, and lots of notes
from the death of Rory Root to the new return of Napster in Steven Grant's
Justin Eger and Brian K. Eason, authors of CBR's T-MINUS, bring you an in-depth look at "DC Universe 0," and it may portend for "Final Crisis" and other books throughout DC Comics.