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Writer Joe Keatinge and artist Federico Dallocchio take on Starfire in the pages of "DC Universe Presents" #18, bringing readers a closer look at the Tamaran princess in the New 52.
Batgirl and Black Canary take on a new writer as "Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich picks up DC's "Birds of Prey," and he tells CBR why he's focusing character first as Mr. Freeze calls after Strix from the Court of Owls.
This month, Brian Hibbs reflects on November's surprising news from DC Comics regarding its digital publication schedule and what it means for him - and the rest of the comics retail industry - moving forward.
A sci-fi legend and an indie comics icon will serialize a new futuristic graphic novel for DC Comics next summer as "Harlan Ellison's 7 Against Chaos" is envisioned by Ellison, artist Paul Chadwick and colorist Ken Stacey.
Greg McElhatton gives "Action Comics" #15 4.5 stars, saying the issue written by Grant Morrison with art by Brad Walker and Rags Morales "promises to end the run on a high note."
Diamond to distribute Osamu Tezuka manga, toys and other products outside Japan! Author Sean Howe on clash between corporate and creative at Marvel! J.H. Williams III talks "Batwoman"! Plus much more
James Robinson discusses the shift in power coming to "Earth 2" as Fury is set to make her New 52 debut and hints at what readers can expect of the series' next major arc, which features the new Doctor Fate.
With his third issue now on stands, writer John Layman explains the long game for his "Detective Comics" run and how the book combines a major new villain, classic rogues, Bruce Wayne's personal drama and more of Batman's greatest hits.
DC has announced fan-favorite artist Andy Kubert will fill in for regular "Batman" artist Greg Capullo for issue #18 in a story featuring character Harper Row written by Scott Snyder. The issue hits March 13.
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book firsts examines the earliest instances of death in Batman comics, including the Joker's initial victims and the first people Batman kills in the series.
Disney calls $5.5 billion lawsuit over Marvel characters "completely frivolous"! Final print edition of "The Dandy" sells out! Jonathan Hickman talks "Avengers"! Brian Azzarello talks "Before Watchmen: Comedian"! Plus much more!
For 70 years, DC Comics' Oliver Queen AKA Green Arrow has delighted readers. CBR News examines the Emerald Archer's lengthy history from his Golden Age origins to his latest television romp in "Arrow."
DC Comics has announced that Vertigo's Executive Editor & Senior Vice President Karen Berger is leaving her post after nearly two decades helming the award-winning mature readers imprint.
The newest poster for Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" features Superman, played by Henry Cavill, being escorted in handcuffs by military personnel as a bright light shines behind him.
The conclusion of Vertigo and writer Denise Mina's two-part adaptation of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" the bestselling crime novel by Stieg Larrson, will arrive in stores May 1. ROBOT 6 has details.
Peter Milligan spoke with CBR about the final days of John Constantine in the pages of "Hellblazer," Vertigo's flagship series which is coming to an end in February following its final arc, "Death and Cigarettes."
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #33 4.5 stars, saying the issue by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque "provides some surprisingly tender moments for Vertigo’s best horror comic book."
Director Christopher Nolan conducted a Q&A in NYC last week, focusing on his Dark Knight Trilogy, working with Heath Ledger, pioneering the IMAX format and his excitement over producing Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel."
For his part in the "Death of the Family" event story, newly minted "Detective Comics" writer John Layman shows off what happens to Gotham when Joker hits town as his longterm plans for Batman take shape with issue #15.
Adding to such recent revivals as "Strange Adventures," "Ghosts" and "Young Romance," Vertigo will publish the science-fiction anthology "Time Warp" #1 in March featuring work by Damon Lindelof, Jeff Lemire and more..
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jeff Lemire & Steve Pugh's "Animal Man" #15, a "Rotworld" tie-in. Animal Man and Frankenstein exchange blows with Gorilla Grodd December 3.
The CW's Green Arrow-inspired drama "Arrow" has found its Slade Wilson, casting "Spartacus" actor Manu Bennett as the man under the mask of Deathstroke the Terminator.
Greg McElhatton gives "Aquaman" #14 by Geoff Johns and Pete Woods 4 stars, calling the prologue issue to the "Throne of Atlantis" crossover "strong jumping-on point" with "a lot of story possibilities."
With a move from Vertigo to the DC Universe John Constantine is in for some changes, but writer Robert Venditti explains why the sardonic, smoking magician will stay the same at his core.
Number of women on British Comic Awards shortlist spurs debate! More comics best-of-the-year lists! James Kochalka talks "SuperF*ckers"! Scott Snyder on the return of The Joker! A look at the globalization of comics! Plus more!
With his mission against the Court of Owls underway, DC's newest superhero is making his way to NYC as "Talon" writer James Tynion IV tells CBR what's next including new villains, longer stories and Batman.
"All-Star Western" writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti spoke with CBR about their Jekyll & Hyde Black Diamond arc and the necessity of tackling the unsavory parts of American history.
Slade Wilson, the deadly assassin known as Deathstroke the Terminator, has been announced as the newest playable character in NetherRealm's "Injustice: Gods Among Us" DC Comics-inspired fighting game.
Writer and former editor Peter J. Tomasi visited the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con 2012 to talk about his upcoming work on DC Comics' "Batman and Robin" and "Green Lantern Corps."
"Worlds' Finest" writer Paul Levitz compares and contrasts the New 52 Robin, Damian, and Earth 2's Helena, as well as looks to the future of the title.
In honor of the 20th Anniversary of the Death of Superman, CSBG has collected all of their Comic Book Legends Revealed columns about the event in one easy to read list! Neil Gaiman! Doomsday! "Lois and Clark" And more!
Vertigo has released a five page preview of Quentin Tarantino and R.M. Guera's first issue for the uncut adaptation of "Django Unchained." The comic book of Tarantino's original screenplay hits stores December 19.
"Arrow" executive producer Andrew Kreisberg talks about reimagining Cisco Ramone into a three-dimensional (and inter-dimensional) superhero in "Justice League of America's Vibe."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is rumored to have signed a deal to appear as Batman in Warner Bros.' long-developing "Justice League" film, fueling speculation about a possible cameo in Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel." Updated
The gnarled alternate identity of Talia al Ghul prepares to strike at Gotham and Bruce Wayne as Damian is caught in the middle in an exclusive Juan Jose Ryp variant for "Batman, Incorporated" #6.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superman" #14 by writer Scott Lobdell and artist Kenneth Rocafort. The "H'el on Earth" crossover event continues with the Man of Steel November 28.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Red Lanterns" #14, a "Rise of the Third Army" tie-in issue by Peter Milligan and Miguel Sepulveda. The Red Lanterns battle The Third Army November 28.
As Taschen prepares to re-issue writer Paul Levitz's "75 Years Of DC Comics: The Art Of Modern Myth-Making" as a 5-volume, expanded series, Levitz talks about the past, the present and the future of DC.
People pay to see Superman get punched, right? DC Comics knows that, too, which is why CSBG presents a collection of covers where that's exactly what happens! Other themed galleries include Superman lifting weird things & kissing women.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "The Flash" #14 by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato. The Scarlet Speedster takes on Gorilla Grodd in Central City on November 28.