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The DC All Access 101 panel discussed upcoming DC Entertainment releases from DC Comics titles to cartoons, video games and their expanding TV universe.
Wonder Woman was the talk of Comic-Con International, with 149K Twitter mentions following the debut of Gal Gadot in costume.
CBR News spoke with Grant Morrison in San Diego to discuss long in-the-works project "The Multiversity," and its place in the comics industry.
Jim Lee is turning 50, and to celebrate the always popular artist gave away, hid or stuffed fifty sketches into SDCC attendees' bags.
Doomsday creator Dan Jurgens returns to the character to help bring "Superman: Doomed" to a close with a variant cover for August's issue #2.
CBR spoke with J.M. DeMatteis about revisiting "I, Vampire's" Andrew Bennett in "Justice League Dark" and destroying the known universe in "Trinity Of Sin."
The 1970s put the Dark back into the Dark Knight, and Mark Evanier, Neal Adams, Denny O'Neil and more gathered in San Diego to look at the pivotal decade.
Lex Luthor has ulterior motives in motion while the Doom Patrol makes its New 52 debut in Geoff Johns & Doug Manhke's "Justice League" #32.
Writer Ann Nocenti discusses "Klarion," her new ongoing series with artist Trevor McCarthy that puts a horror/sci-fi spin on the magical character.
Jeff Parker welcomes Yvel Guichet for DC Comics' "Aquaman Annual" #2, in which the King of Atlantis needs help from Wonder Woman, Queen of the Amazons.
An unproduced Two-Face starring script by Harlan Ellison is set be adapted for DC Comics' "Batman ’66" digital-first series
The cast and crew followed-up a special Comic-Con screening of "Constantine" with a Q&A session about bringing the concept to television.
From "Batman Eternal" to "Earth 2: World's End," DC Comics focused on all its currently announced weekly series.
DC Comics' yearly Superman panel at Comic-Con included creative talents Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr, Aaron Kuder, Charles Soule and more.
The CW has released a first look at "Arrow" season three, including a recap of season two and a first look at Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer.
"Grayson" writers Tim Seeley and Tom King and "Harley Quinn's" Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner talk about the latest wave of the New 52.
DC Comics has debuted the mind-blowing - or is that mind-altering? - map of the DC Universe as conceived by Grant Morrison.
Scott Snyder, Greg Pak, Peter Tomasi and more celebrate the current state of the Dark Knight with plans for Anarchy, post-Zero Year, a horror-themed team for Batwoman and more.
Geoff Johns, David Finch, Charles Soule and more team up for a wide ranging discussion of the DCU with reborn Wonder Woman villains, fun in "Justice League" and more.
Batman turns 75, and party guests include Neal Adams, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Denny O'Neil, and Scott Snyder.
DC Comics' digital division brings the talent behind its digital-first comics, including Marc Guggenheim, Kyle Higgins, Cat Staggs and more.
A special press event for DC Collectibles teased upcoming products for the New 52, "Batman: The Animated Series," "Arrow" and more.
The superstar creative team deliver the sequel to their Batman origin with a little Killer Croc to help kick things off.
The Justice League and Swamp Thing guest star in the first penciled pages from Meredith and David Finch's take on DC Comics' "Wonder Woman."
Grant Morrison's "The Multiversity: Pax Americana" #1 arrives in November, and CBR has the exclusive reveal of Frank Quitely's finished cover.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo bring "Zero Year" to a close in "Batman" #33, "a very strong conclusion" to the year-long saga.
"Hellblazer" writers Jamie Delano, Mike Carey, Peter Milligan & Paul Jenkins react to NBC's "Constantine" series and whether the comic should even be adapted.
Dropping the clue “Just say the word,” actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson seems to suggest the search for his DC Comics superhero role is finally over.
"Batman Incorporated" alumni Chris Burnham and Cameron Stewart illustrate variant covers for "Multiversity" and "Teen Titans," respectively.
Batman is at odds with his Justice League teammates as "Robin Rises" continues in Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason & Mick Gray's "Batman and Robin" #33.
San Diego officials deny that police are removing homeless near convention center! A snapshot of digital comics models! Is DC lagging behind Marvel in character diversity?
One minute he's in the House of Mystery, the next he's... not in this exclusive look at J.M. DeMatteis & Andres Guinaldo's "Justice League Dark" #33.
As DC’s anniversary plans heat up, ROBOT 6 looks at two collections: "Batman: A Celebration of 75 Years" and "The Joker: A Celebration of 75 Years."
DC Comics Senior Editor Jim Chadwick tells CBR about the first English translation of Jiro Kuwata's 1960s take on Batman and his Digital First approach.
Writers Keith Giffen & Dan Jurgens tell CBR about finishing the first quarter of the story they're telling in DC Comics' "Futures End" weekly series.
Archie Co-CEO addresses ban of volume featuring Kevin Keller's wedding! How might a possible Fox/Time Warner merger affect superhero movies? Plus much more!
Writer/artist Tony Daniel tells CBR that Deathstroke's raised profile from "Injustice: Gods Among Us" and "Arrow" makes the time right for a new DC ongoing.
The latest DC Comics-based animated feature will put Aquaman in the spotlight, as voiced by "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" veteran Matt Lanter.
Eight volumes of "Attack on Titan" land on BookScan chart! Size of comic market estimated at $850 million in 2013! Tom Taylor talks "Injustice" and "Earth 2"!
The "Gotham" promotion continues a week before Comic-Con, with the show's James Gordon, Ben McKenzie, narrating a new 45-second promo.