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Designed by "Final Fantasy's" Tetsuya Nomura, the Variant Play Arts Kai Batman figure is a glorious, crime-fighting nightmare.
Returning to a custom of decades past, June releases from DC Comics will feature half-page ads on the same pages as story content.
Mark Russell tells CBR about his reimagined take on "Prez," including a trillionaire named Wayne, political advisers based on celebrity academics and more.
Because of the sheer size, it’s difficult to review "Convergence" in its entirety, but here are five series from the 89-issue event worth hunting down!
Warner Bros.' 2017 "Wonder Woman" film looks close to landing "Star Trek" star Chris Pine, as long-running supporting character Steve Trevor.
After plenty of build-up and the massive "Convergence" event, the new DC Comics is here. Read complete stories from current and upcoming titles now.
DC's latest Sneak Peek by Peter J. Tomasi and Paulo Siqueira hints at peril for Barry Allen and rocky roads ahead for Superman and Wonder Woman.
Following the events of "Convergence," who will wear the mantle of Earth 2's Batman? Find out in this all-new story by Daniel H. Wilson and Jorge Jimenez!
After drawing widespread attention last week for its effort to block singer Rihanna from trademarking "Robyn," DC Comics has turned its attention to Gotham.
With the final issue of the weekly event series, Jeff King, Scott Lobdell and a cadre of artists have altered the face of the DCU.
"Convergence" and "Secret Wars" continue, plus more previews from DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, IDW, BOOM!, Dynamite & many more!
The "Hawkeye" artist shared an anecdote about his "Suicide Squad" cover project and offered a look at a few sketches he had nearly completed.
With interest in the never-shot "Justice League Mortal" at an all-time high, a new film hopes to look at the "Mad Max" director's "almost was" superhero film.
Fabian Nicieza and ChrisCross's "Convergence: Justice League of America" #2 proves "the Justice League Detroit has story characters worth investigating."
CSBG's new feature examines synergy between comics and other media, starting with how DC's John Stewart became a marine to match his cartoon counterpart.
Joseph Illidge looks at DC Comics' new "DC You" promotional campaign, and shares his thoughts on the diversity the publisher should be celebrating.
The Justice Society take on the Qwardians in this look at Dan Abnett & Tom Derenick's "Convergence: Justice Society of America" #2 from DC Comics.
Oliver Queen and Roy Harper track down Caleb Green in this first look at Marc Guggenheim & Joe Bennett's "Arrow: Season 2.5" #20 from DC Comics.
CBR's Dave Richards reflects on the first season of "The Flash" from the perspective of a fan whose favorite Flash isn't Barry Allen.
DC Collectibles has revealed its Comic-Con International-exclusive pencil-deco BlueLine Edition Batman action figure, designed by Jim Lee.
Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder discuss the major changes coming for Superman and his supporting cast in the story arc "Truth."
If the comic book history of "The Flash" is any indication, Cisco and Caitlin might not be Barry Allen's only amazing friends come Season Two.
The superstar writer/artist opens up about writing his childhood heroes and what separates the JLA from the Ultimates.
The writer tells CBR a mob war, Spoiler's return and personal upheaval are all on the way in Selina Kyle's life as Queen of Gotham Crime.
With "Legends of Tomorrow" further expanding DC Comics' TV presence on The CW this fall, which of their heroes is your current favorite?
Sample the flavor of the post-"Convergence DCU with free, all-new stories for "Catwoman," "Grayson," "Robin: Son of Batman" and more!
"The Flash" Season One finished strong on the CW. Now, CBR lays down which villains we want to see challenge Barry Allen this fall!
Check out previews for "Planet Hulk" plus other "Secret Wars" tie-ins and more from Marvel, DC, Image, IDW, Dark Horse, BOOM! & more out today!
The new Batman is set to face a new villain, Mr. Bloom, in August's "Batman" #43 -- the same month the Gotham City Sirens are set to reunite.
DC's Bombshells comic arrives, Clark Kent's world remains upturned, Bruce Wayne remains MIA and Donna Troy's role comes into focus.
In its new advertising campaign promoting diversity, DC Entertainment aims for its 24 new titles and 25 ongoing series to have "something for everyone."
DC Comics claims singer/actress Rihanna application for a trademark for “Robyn” is too similar to the name of Batman’s sidekick.
Dan Jurgens tells CBR DC Comics' "Bat-Mite" miniseries will feature the reimagined imp fixing iconic superheroes like Batman, Robin and Hawkman.
"Thor" #8 solves a satisfying mystery, "Howard the Duck" #3 puts another feather in Marvel's cap, plus "Astro City" #23, "Ms. Marvel" #15 & more!
A team-up of actors Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist for their executive producer may be as close to a crossover as fans get for now.
The Teen Titans take on the Doom Patrol in this preview of Marv Wolfman & Nicola Scott's "Convergence: New Teen Titans" #2 from DC Comics!
DC likes for Superman and Batman to meet each other for the first time... a LOT. Check out all their first meetings and more recurring comic book themes.
After calling out DC for their "despicable" creator equity policies, Conway writes an open letter to Geoff Johns, Dan DiDio, Jim Lee, and Larry Ganem.
Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Green Lantern and more go vintage for these variants coming to 21 different covers this August.
Oscar-winning actor is open to playing a comic book role on the big screen, he just hasn't been presented with the right one yet.