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Ahead of tonight's season premiere of "The Flash," brush up on the evolution of the Scarlet Speedster's costume across comics, television and video games.
The "Chronicle" screenwriter spoke with CBR TV about his new Superman series featuring a murderer's row of artists, his growth as a writer and more.
How many of these "obscure" Batman comics have you actually read?
Busiek explains that Miller didn't fail in his rendition of the Man of Steel: "It’s Frank presenting an idea of Superman that isn’t sleek and pretty.."
Writer Lee Bermejo discusses Batgirl's impact on "We Are Robin" with CBR News and teases the upcoming "Robin War" event.
The cable network says its latest series to star DC Comics' biggest superhero team will most likely debut next fall.
"American Vampire: Second Cycle" #10 is addictive, "S.H.I.E.L.D." #10 is a must-read, plus "Book of Death: The Fall of Harbinger" and more.
Superman and the Atom are the focus of Frank Miller's first "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" cover, for the minicomic inside issue #1.
LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya shares the first look at his record-setting, life-sized Batmobile, designed by artist Jim Lee.
KFC and DC Entertainment will bring the "The Colonel of Two Worlds" by Tony Bedard and Tom Derenick to New York Comic Con.
Clark Kent attempts to continue life as Superman despite his depleted powers in Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott Kolins' "Action Comics" #45.
Look back at the many incarnations of the Joker, from his earliest DC Comics origins to alternate takes in animation, live-action and beyond.
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #44 "strings readers along with teases and hints early on but delivers a game-changing conclusion."
Although there's no deal in place, the cable network says it has spoken with director Zack Snyder about a potential TV series based on the seminal comic.
The artists and creatives behind DC's pin-up inspired Bombshells discuss its massive, seemingly endless popularity and the line's past and future.
DC Comics has released the first panel from Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson's anticipated sequel.
In January 2016, Brian Buccellato, Viktor Bogdanovic, Richard Friend, Mike W. Barr and Diogenes Neves will create new tales for Deadshot and Katana.
Darwyn Cook, Gabriele Dell'otto, Neal Adams and Brian Bolland lend their talent to these variants for "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1.
Though details are scarce at this point, Zack Snyder has reportedly met with HBO about a potential "Watchmen" TV series.
The DC Comics Co-Publisher has released an early look at his penciled variant for the anticipated Batman sequel.
Writer/artist Bryan Hitch talks potential additions to the JLA roster, the story behind Rao's creation and the even bigger stuff yet to come.
Warner Bros has debuts the first clip from its new animated series, photos of the Super Hero Girl action figure line, and more.
This is it -- it's the last day for you to let your voice be heard before CSBG closes the polls and tallies up the votes!!
Gene Yang won't reveal the mysterious villain in "Superman" #44, but the writer tells CBR about Hordr Root's connections to a classic DC character.
DC Comics imprint joins the social reading app! Jeff Smith and Tom Spurgeon talk Cartoon Crossroads Columbus! Chip Zdarsky on declining his Harvey Award!
In the first of a 2-part interview, Bryan Hitch tells CBR News he's "having the best time" writing and drawing "Justice League of America."
A new student comes to Riverdale in "Archie," Colossus battles Darkchild in "Inferno," and many others from Marvel, DC, IDW, Valiant & more.
Check out a slew of annuals, the latest installment of "The Darkseid War" and the final chapter of Gaiman & Williams III's "Sandman Overture."
Though Bruce Wayne is still a ways away from being Batman, the dynamic between Bruce and Alfred in "Gotham" has resonance for Bat-fans.
When it comes to the Dark Knight's video-game potential, a Warner Bros. Interactive executive says "the possibilities are endless."
Jim Lee says Miller's work on "Dark Knight III" may have inspired both creators to return to finish their Batman epic.
Michael Uslan, who's executive produced every "Batman" film since 1989, says fans should "stay tuned" for big news out of New York Comic Con. Updated!
The DC Comics co-publisher spoke with CBR about giving Batman's co-creator credit, and how "Dark Knight III" brings closure to the previous volumes.
Wonder Woman might not have the most renowned rogues in comics, but these standouts have been pushing the Diana to the limit for decades.
The mind games escalate in "Fight Club 2" #5, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #9 is fantastic, plus others from DC, Marvel & more.
We look back on the most iconic incarnations of the Clown Prince of Crime, from comics and animation, to television and film!
Co-Publisher Jim Lee says the company "would be remiss" if it did not capitalize on the hero's newfound level of popularity.
Lee says the recently canceled cosmic series was swiftly resurrected due to overwhelming fan response.
There's less than a week left for you to cast your vote in CSBG's Greatest DC and Marvel Characters of All-Time countdown! Click here to vote!
Grab a pumpkin spice latte, put on a cardigan and check out these 67 covers featuring heroes falling to their doom.