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Hot Toys unveils regular and deluxe versions of Hulk while Sideshow brings Dark Knight Batman out of the shadows. Plus much, much more!
The ill-fated team book starring a group of Titans from the future may have started off with much grander plans from DC Comics -- or did it?
With more unannounced superheroes expected to join the in-development series, here's a list of who we want to see suit up.
It's the definition of 'normal' as Steve Pugh tells CBR about Harley's massive showdown with Captain Carrot in his DC Comics "Convergence" tie-in.
Cloonan, Fletcher and Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #5 "is the sort of strong, inventive, fun series that the big publishers should be backing."
Chyler Leigh and David Harewood are the latest additions to Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler's in-development "Supergrl" series.
To series writer Genevieve Valentine, Catwoman's bisexuality "wasn't a revelation so much as a confirmation."
Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal's "Arkham Manor" #5 is "fairly light on continuity, solid on action and briskly paced."
Jeff King discusses how "Multiversity," "Crisis" and more play into his event series as DC Comics' heroes step into the Multiverse's final battle.
Jeff Parker discusses his "Convergence" books with CBR, employing forgotten events, Jack Kirby deep cuts, CC Beck homages and more classic DC nods.
In next week's episode of "Arrow," Nyssa confronts her father R'as al Ghul about Oliver Queen.
Brian Buccellato & Mike S. Miller's digital first DC Comics series continues as Swamp Thing fights Poison Ivy and reality falls apart on Feb. 24.
From the Seven Soldiers of Victory to "Crisis On Infinite Earths" and beyond, some of the weirdest bits of DC history collide in Paul Levitz's new miniseries.
Masks come to the world of "Gotham" in a big way as the Red Hood Gang -- who play a pivotal role in Batman comics lore -- make their presence felt.
Aquaman's mother is alive -- but she wants her son dead! Get a first look at DC Comics' "Aquaman" #39 by Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier.
Johns and Fabok's "Justice League" #39 has "returned the scope of Justice League adventures to a grand scale."
Discussing the disparity between male and female superheroes, NBC's "Today" gave fifth-grader Rowan Hansen a token of DC’s "commitment to fulfill their promise."
Transcribed dialogue reveals that Kara Zor-El will wear a superhero suit in the upcoming DC Comics television series.
Set in the wake of Batman and Wonder Woman's strangest makeovers, writer Larry Hama's "Convergence" series explores what makes DC's heroes iconic.
Stewart, Fletcher and Tarr's "Batgirl" #39 "brings the acting and expression of the characters to a level rarely found in a DC Universe comic."
With Harley's popularity at an all-time high, Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti reveal the book's origin and ponder the connection to its gleeful fanbase.
Morrison and Lee's "The Multiversity: Mastermen" #1 is "a superbly paced and constructed issue, balancing darkness with humor, despair with hope and human drama with high-stakes conflict."
The veteran writer explains why his take on Damian Wayne and the JLI will zero in on character first as worlds collide to apocalyptic effect.
Fark founder Drew Curtis, who is running for governor of Kentucky, is selling art from the DC Comics classic by George Perez & Dick Giordano.
The writer discusses re-crafting Arsenal's "Cry For Justice" failings and explains why Kon El will battle the Kingdom Come Superman.
"Convergence" promises only 'one reality' after the DC Comics event wraps, Vertigo's "Hinterkind" concludes and more.
May sees the reshaping of the DC Universe as heroes battle across realities and "Convergence" concludes.
Yanick Paquette and Cliff Chiang provide covers for "The Multiversity: Ultra Comics," "Batman/Superman" and "Batman Eternal."
From a galaxy far, far away to those meddling kids with dozens of superheroes and dinosaurs in-between, LEGO shares its 2015 sets.
Check out an early look at Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #39, the final chapter of "The Amazo Virus!"
Legendary animator questions how caricatures were used. Indian cartoonist Rajinder Puri passes away. A look back at DC's "Prez." Plus more!
Stakes are raised when Greg Pak introduces Superman to his very own Joker to do battle with in this preview of "Batman/Superman" #19.
Join CBR as we celebrate some of the finest and most outlandish moments in the madcap career of Harley Quinn.
DC Comics' iconic trinity assembles to unearth Paradise Island's darkest secrets in the pages of Meredith & David Finch's "Wonder Woman" #39.
ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant casts an eye over DC’s post-"Convergence" landscape, and holds out some high hopes for the future of "Prez."
Superstars Grant Morrison & Jim Lee team up for a tale of DC's "The Multiversity" like no other -- featuring Adolf Hitler and a bulletproof child!
Connor, Palmiotti and Timms' "Harley Quinn Valentine's Day Special" #1 is "a fun, harmless ode to this day of romance."
Crossovers interrupt ongoing series all the time, but Keith Giffen and JM DeMatteis' final "Justice League" story was interrupted by two of them!!
Series stars Ben McKenzie and Donal Logue explain how serious of a threat the Scarecrow is to "Gotham" in a CBR-exclusive video.
DC Comics imprint Vertigo will release an art book and four prequel comics for "Mad Max: Fury Road" starting this May.