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Funko teases its "Batman v Superman"-themed Legion of Collectors box with an adorable animated promo starring Pop! vinyl figures.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has sided again with Warner Bros. and DC Comics in the long-running feud over the rights to Superman.
Superman joins Batman in DC Collectibles' Jim Lee-inspired line of BlueLine action figures, and CBR has the exclusive reveal.
Scott Snyder has made it official: He and Greg Capullo will no longer be on "Batman" as of issue #51, scheduled for release in April.
Bruce Wayne is back in action in Snyder & Paquette's freshly released "Batman" #49, and it didn't happen the way you might expect. SPOILERS!
A mantle is reclaimed in DC Comics' "Batman" #49 by Scott Snyder & Yanick Paquette, who plunge Bruce Wayne into the Batcave -- and maybe madness.
Chad Nevett, Joey Aulisio and special guest Brian Cronin have an in-depth examination of the second issue of Frank Miller's current Batman epic.
Writer Van Jensen has announced that he is in the process of concluding a nearly two-year long stint on "The Flash."
The Black Mercy comes to creepy life, Alex Danvers saves the day and "Supergirl" loses a major player in three clips from last night's episode.
Could DC Comics' "Rebirth" mean a return to the pre-New 52 version of the DCU? We look at the post-Crisis elements most ripe for a comeback.
Superman famously used his heat vision on Mongul during the classic tale, but find out if it was the first time he used it on another person.
With Supergirl doing its own take on "For the Man Who Has Everything," CSBG looks back on what made the original Superman story a classic.
Mark Waid's seminal "Flash" tale was also meant to feature an Allen in an key role, but was Barry not supposed to be the one returning?
The second half of our look at superhero movies that could have been include J.J. Abrams' "Superman," Joss Whedon's "Wonder Woman" and more.
CSBG collections of commentary by comic creators about other comics now includes when Deathstroke stabbed Deadpool... well, sort of Deadpool.
The musician-turned-comic book artist is lending his talents to the upcoming anniversary issue of "Batman."
March will bring 10 "Batman v Superman" variant covers from DC Comics, and here's a look at Rafael Grampá's cover for "Detective Comics" #50.
Steve Orlando, ACO and Hugo Petrus' "Midnighter" #9 is "a startlingly clever and exciting comic."
Previewing next week at Toy Fair, Mezco's 1/12-scale Green Arrow action figure releases in October.
Ahead of its February 13 premiere, a newly released clip sees Brainiac square off against the Justice League.
A report says the world's two largest toy companies are contemplating a merger.
DC Comics' tubular team-up with IDW by James Tynion IV & Freddie Williams II continues with Shredder and the Penguin joining forces.
In the show's best episode so far, three missions feel self-contained, exploring the characters' demons as well as several different genre tributes.
The "Batman v Superman" tie-in comics also feature Batman at work, Lex Luthor's skill at handling the press, Lois Lane's investigative skills and more.
The Marguerites reunite as Bennett and Sauvage deliver a stylish tale featuring Zatanna, Lex Luthor and Batwoman... with a bat.
Someone on Team Arrow has a rather strong connection to a villain from DC Comics lore, as revealed on tonight's new episode. SPOILERS!
"Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #3 boasts variant covers by Scott McDaniel, Klaus Janson, John Romita Jr., Frank Miller and Jim Lee.
Looking through the Warner Bros. archives, CBR picked seven more fan-favorite shows deserving of a modern comic book revival.
Additionally, the issue explores Cassandra Cain's connection to the character and answers the question posed by the flashback in issue #11.
It's officially happening: Grant Gustin will appear as The Flash on an episode of CBS' "Supergirl" in March, bringing together the two DC heroes.
Superman's attempts at returning to his former glory take an unexpected turn in Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder and Ardian Syaf's "Action Comics" #49.
File this one under "Really Bad Ideas" -- this failed DC superhero once used his powers to force the Legion of Super-Heroes to strip naked for his entertainment.
"Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death" and "Faith" #1 are getting second and third printings, respectively -- check out the covers here.
Although TNT passed on a Teen Titans drama, Geoff Johns suggests that may not be the end for the project.
A new batch of rumors may reveal the writers taking over "Batman" and "Superman" as well as one of the major impetuses for change.
Dustin Nguyen & Derek Fridolfs tell CBR about their all-ages mystery featuring school-age heroes in a new book from Scholastic and DC Comics.
"More than any other superhero book, Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda's 'The Omega Men' #8 makes the reader feel large-scale injustice and tragedy."
Joe Henderson explains how the comics inspire the series, and how the Endless, while not yet on the table, may not be off limits in the future.
Mike Barr discusses returning to DC Comics' Katana, a character he co-created, on the eve of her live-action debut in Warner Bros' "Suicide Squad."
Alec Holland has literally been torn in half and needs to pull himself together to stop a zombie in Len Wein & Kelley Jones' "Swamp Thing" #2.