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Creators Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, Babs Tarr, Cullen Bunn and Jeff Parker meet DC Comics fans at Emerald City Comicon.
Rumor has it legendary artist George Perez wouldn't draw DC's Vibe because he felt he was an offensive stereotype -- but is it true?
Creators are set to talk the soon-to-wrap weekly series and "Convergence" Saturday in Seattle at DC Comics' "All Access: Weeklies Converge."
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant kicks off the final countdown to "Convergence" with a look at the penultimate issues of DC's three weekly series, plus "Multiversity."
When did DC's superhero trinity first meet each other? Find the answer to that question along with a bunch of other notable comic book firsts!
Tony Daniel's variant cover for "Convergence" #3 features the heroes of Kandor falling before the might of Telos.
The DC Comics co-publisher shares information about new villain Tellos, and why the various heroes haven't fought against their imprisonment.
CSBG's spotlight on comic book fights that probably went the "wrong" way continues with a look at Wolverine and Lobo's "DC vs. Marvel" tussle.
Vertigo has announced the fall release of two Neil Gaiman deluxe hardcover editions, "The Sandman: Overture" and "Free Country: A Tale of the Children’s Crusade."
With "iZombie" currently eating brains on The CW, take a look at the other Vertigo Comics properties primed for television exploits.
Grant Morrison & Doug Mahnke's "The Multiversity: Ultra Comics" #1 "is the oddest portion of 'The Multiversity' to date, but quite possibly the best."
Ahead of the April 1 debut of “Convergence,” DC Comics has unveiled an interactive guide to the “Multiverse-shattering” nine-week event.
CBR has the exclusive first look at famed artist Dave McKean's variant cover to "Convergence" #3, out from DC Comics in April.
Writer Simon Oliver talks balancing Nazis and superheroes in a tale starring a "more rounded" Plastic Man during DC Comics' "Convergence."
Get ready for Ron Marz and Mike Manley's "Convergence" miniseries with this short history of the JLI.
"The Tomorrow People" veteran discusses "The Flash's" take on the Golden Glider and how she throws everyone off balance.
If Barry can escape the Speed Force, he'll still need to put an end to the Future Flash's murderous plans in Venditti, Jensen & Booth's "Flash" #40.
Get a detailed look at the recently released, Greg Capullo-designed "Zero Year" Batman, Batgirl & Commissioner Gordon figures from DC Collectibles.
Casting an eye over DC's June solicitations, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant tries to get a feel for the comics landscape once the New 52 is no more.
McDuffie dealt with interference during his "Justice League." Check out how he responded in the comic itself, plus other writers doing the same!
Hot Toys presents "Age of Ultron" Black Widow, DC Collectibles shows Bat-accessories and Robert Burden paints a massive Star Wars piece.
With Batgirl (and the Joker) on the minds of many readers this week, look back at Barbara Gordon's transition from Batgirl to Oracle.
"The excellence of the visual storytelling makes Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Bengal's 'Batgirl: Endgame' #1 worth checking out."
See how Batman's iconic vehicle has evolved over its 75-year history, and how it stacks up cost-wise against today's sports cars.
Learn how the "Lois & Clark" TV show forced the Superman comics to get their version of the characters hitched in a hurry! Plus, how did a haircut land an inker a job?
Bedard talks teaming Kyle Rayner & Hal Jordan in DC's mega-event and why he feels Alex DeWitt's death was necessary for Kyle to become the ultimate GL.
Brian Hibbs look at the order challenges for "Convergence" and "Secret Wars" and why both happening at the same time is a risk for the market.
"Superhero comics don't get much better than" Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #40.
The "Mentalist" actor will appear as alien convict Vartox in the pilot episode of CBS' upcoming DC Comics series.
Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson's "Superman" #39 "is a fantastic close to this chapter of Superman's life."
It's March Madness time, and that means CSBG has another DC/Marvel character tournament. Come vote for your favorite DC/Marvel Movie Superheroes!
The identity of the mastermind behind "Batman Eternal's" machinations is a genuine surprise -- which is why the revelation works so well.
Noted Shazam superfan Evan Shaner explains what he loves most about Captain Marvel and why he's always up to reteam with his "Flash Gordon" collaborators.
Alisa Kwitney begins her DCU writing life by reviving fan-favorite Batgirls for a story full of 20-something triangles and "Flashpoint" villains.
Rickey Purdin, an Associate Editor on DC Comics including "The Multiversity," has joined Marvel as the company’s new Talent Manager.
Wonder Woman helps a friend by masquerading as a pop star's trainer in DC's digital first "Sensation Comics" #29 by Sara Ryan & Christian Duce.
The latest "Flash" episode was filled with major developments, and EP Andrew Kreisberg, Tom Cavanagh & Candice Patton share spoiler-filled insight.
The discussion of the "Batgirl" #41 Joker-themed variant didn't end with DC Comics' decision to not publish the cover.
DC Comics may have pulled the controversial "Batgirl" cover, but Augie believes the way in which it happened leaves something to be desired.
The highly criticized Joker-themed variant cover for "Batgirl" #41 will not be published, at the request of the image's artist, Rafael Albuquerque.