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At least three more retailers have decided not to stock the first issue of the DC Comics anthology "Adventures of Superman," which features a story by sci-fi author and vocal gay-rights opponent Orson Scott Card.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with artist Greg Capullo about "Batman," his relationships with Scott Snyder & Todd McFarlane and the progression of his career from Marvel Comics to "Spawn" and beyond.
DC Comics has been keeping details of the next major Batman story arc originating in Grant Morrison's "Batman Incorporated" under tight wraps, but a photo has surfaced on Twitter that gives credence to fans' theories.
National Organization for Marriage president calls Orson Scott Card petition "completely un-American"! The importance of comic shops courting teens! Mark Waid speaks at Tools of Change! Gail Simone on fans and Batgirl!
WB Games has released a new trailer for NetherRealm Studios' "Injustice: Gods Among Us," revealing Aquaman as a playable character and teases his role in the game's story.
A closer look at how DC's New 52 is performing! "Krazy Kat," Milestone and Black History Month! Manga heads to India! Adrian Alphona returns to Marvel! Reading "Star Wars" comics in chronological order! Plus more!
Fan-favorite writer Scott Snyder discussed love and death in "Batman" #17, the explosive final issue of DC Comics' Batman-driven crossover event, "Death of the Family." And that's no joke.
The response to the Orson Scott Card controversy has given writer Brett White a peek at what the real comic book community is like.
DC Comics has released a first look at "Constantine" #1 written by Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes with art by Renato Guedes. The New 52 adventures of John Constantine begin March 13.
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman" #17 5 stars, calling Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's conclusion to "Death of the Family" "a stunning conclusion that permanently scars the Bat-family in a way not unlike the Joker's own disfigurement."
DC Comics has issued an official response to the growing backlash over its hiring sci-fi author and vocal gay-rights opponent Orson Scott Card to contribute to its "Adventures of Superman" anthology.
In the wake of DC Comics' hiring Orson Scott Card as a writer on "Adventures of Superman," Brett White discusses how damaging the author's anti-gay views are, to the project and society as a whole.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's conclusion to "Death of the Family" in "Batman" #17, set to hit comic stores this week, has been leaked online in advance of its release date.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of DC's digital-first "Arrow" #19 written by Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Lana Cho & Ben Sokolowski with art by Allan Jefferson. The issue hits Feb. 13.
During a conference call with investors, Time Warner’s chief financial officer confirmed the third installment of Warner Bros.’ blockbuster "Batman: Arkham" video game franchise will be released later this year.
DC's John Cunningham and Bob Wayne discuss what's next for the New 52 after six cancellations, why Superman graphic novels will reign in 2013 and what "Injustice: Gods Among Us" says about digital sales.
Diamond Comic Distributors confirms Retailer Summit at C2E2! Judge splits with Glyph Awards over comics eligibility! Digital comics loom large at India Comic Con! Ann Nocenti talks "Katana"! Plus much more!
Hasbro, Mattel, Diamond Select, DC Collectibles and more showed off a wide variety of comic-based toys and collectibles at Toy Fair, including new statues, Invincible MiniMates and an Infinity Gauntlet bottle opener!
Days after announcing its latest digital-first anthology "Adventures of Superman," DC Comics faces a growing wave of criticism for hiring author and vocal gay-rights opponent Orson Scott Card to write the first chapter.
Peter Milligan talks about his story, "Return Of Batman," for DC Comics' digital-first series "Legends Of The Dark Knight," his love of Batman, interest in Ra's al Ghul and the freedom of the digital format.
According to DC's May solicitations, a mass exodus of creative talent is set for the "Green Lantern" family with Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi, Peter Milligan and Tony Bedard all concluding their time with the Corps.
With Geoff Johns stepping down as "Green Lantern" writer, CBR puts together the top five most likely candidates to take over one of DC Comics' most beloved and valuable characters.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product releasing in May, 2013, including the latest from "Justice League of America," "Batman," "Green Lantern" and more.
Tim opens THE HELIX FILES and looks back on Howard Chaykin and Don Cameron's short-lived 'Cyberella" to see if the sci-fi satire of 1996 remains worthwhile today.
DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns has announced he is stepping down as "Green Lantern" writer after over nine years with the ongoing comic. UPDATED with Doug Mahnke's cover for Johns' final issue.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batgirl" #17 by guest writer Ray Fawkes and artist Daniel Sampere. Find out what James Gordon has planned for his sister Feb. 13.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco speed dates each of the stories in DC's latest anthology, "Young Romance: A New 52 Valentine's Day Special" which includes the work of Andy Diggle, Simon Bisley, Sanford Greene and more.
Doug Zawisza gives "Animal Man" #17, the first half of Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's "Rotworld" finale, four stars, saying artist Steve Pugh's "horrific imagery of Rotlings...is quite a bit to wrap a mind around."
A federal judge on Thursday dealt a crippling blow to a custom carmarker, siding with DC Comics in a ruling that declared the Batmobile isn't merely an automobile but "a copyrightable character."
"Batman: Li'l Gotham" artist/co-writer Dustin Nguyen discusses his work on DC's successful holiday-themed digital-first series and teases plans for the publisher's cutest take on the Dark Knight.
Could Columbus, Ohio, be the next big comics town? Angouleme International Comics Festival was "flat"! Third annual India Comic Con kicks off! DC's "danger zone"! Ed Piskor awarded comics residency! Plus more!
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the May solicitations for the publisher's Justice League titles, including "Justice League of America" #4, "Green Arrow" #20 and more.
Seeking to end nearly a decade of litigation, DC Comics has asked for summary judgment in lawsuits brought by the heirs of Jerry Siegel regarding the copyrights to Superman and Superboy. ROBOT 6 has details.
It's the end of "Rotworld" as we know it and Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder feel fine. CBR News discusses the end of the horror epic with the writers of "Animal Man" and "Swamp Thing."
Following Thursday’s cancellations, DC Comics has announced two new politically themed series from Gail Simone and Freddie Williams III, and Art Baltazar, Franco and Ig Guara: "The Green Team" and "The Movement."
DC Comics Bob Harras and Editorial Director Bobbie Chase return to CBR, announcing and discussing the reasons behind recently cancelled series, creative team shifts, "Trinity War" and more. Plus, exclusive art.
Writer John Layman and artist Jason Fabok talk to CBR about their sidestepping take on "Death of the Family" and their Penguin-paced plot which builds toward the landmark "Detective" #900.
In CSBG's latest spotlight on how comics drop unwanted plotlines, Abandoned Love, Brian Cronin looks at how DC Comics handled the end of the short-lived "Mod" era of Wonder Woman.
With the conclusion of Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's "Rotworld" hitting stores this week, DC Comics has released advance looks at "Animal Man" and "Swamp Thing" #18, next month's epilogue issues to the event.
Greg McElhatton gives "Dial H" #9 4.5 stars, calling the issue by China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli "a new classic and a great reminder of how new life can be breathed into old properties."