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"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."
Axel Alonso says increase in Latino characters "isn’t some PC initiative, this is capitalism"! Cartoonist Luisa Felix passes away. Grant Morrison on the end of his "Action Comics" run! Dean Haspiel on Billy Dogma and work-for-hire!
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Green Arrow" #17 4.5 stars, saying the debut issue of creative team Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino "is the turn old fans of the character have been waiting for."
In declaring April's comics "WTF Certified," DC Comics made itself an easy target for snide remarks. ROBOT 6's Caleb Mozzocco looks at the publisher's marketing campaign for its gatefold "surprise" covers.
Siegel and Shuster heirs ask judge to dismiss DC Comics lawsuit against their attorney! Hackers take down servers that host several major webcomics! 2012 SPACE Prizes announced! Chromatic Press launches! Plus more!
Grant Morrison's run on "Action Comics" has been extended by an issue, and the writer tells CBR about how he'll cap off his reinvention of Superman with a more frightening take on the Fifth Dimension.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Arrow" #18, a tie-in to The CW's television show. Detective Lance is forced to choose between Laurel and his career February 6.
The DCU's newest iteration of the Justice League gets ready for action in a new "quick cut" page from artist David Finch for he and Geoff Johns' "Justice League of America" series.
Radical Studios secures $3 million to help expand catalog! Largest online seller of baseball cards expanding into vintage comics! Recovering from flu, Stan Lee takes center stage at book launch! Jeff Lemire on "Green Arrow"!
Executive Producer Bruce Timm, "RoboCop" actor Peter Weller and the cast and crew of "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" spoke with CBR at the red carpet premiere about the challenges of bringing Frank Miller's work to life.
DC Comics released a preview of "Young Romance: A New 52 Valentine's Day Special" #1, an anthology issue featuring a variety of characters including Superman, Wonder Woman & Batman. The issue goes on sale February 6.
Doug Zawisza gives "Aquaman" #16 by Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier 4.5 stars, saying the creative team "collaborates nicely to fill each panel, regardless of orientation, with action, character and detail."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #17 by John Layman and Jason Fabok. Batman hunts down The Joker-worshipping League of Smiles February 6.
CSBG's collection of cool comic book moments includes the resolution of the first dramatic confrontation between Batman and the grandfather of Damian Wayne, Ra's Al Ghul!
CSBG's newest feature collects interconnected comic book covers, like the recent three-part Marvel NOW! "Avengers" cover from Dustin Weaver and Ed Benes' two-part cover for "Justice League of America #1."
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant discusses how Geoff Johns' "Green Lantern" went "from a nice habit to a must-read" with the introduction of the fifth Earthling to wear a green ring, the Arab-American Simon Baz.
More than three decades after Marvel and DC Comics initially registered their joint trademark for "super hero," a small-press publisher is disputing their claims to the mark.
With his takeover of DC Comics' secret superhero team, Jim Starlin is looking to shake things up as his "WTF" cover reveals The Weird's New 52 debut as classic Authority-era members reappear in "Stoormwatch."
In this week’s "Arrow" the maniacal Count and his designer drug Vertigo make their presence felt in Starling City, Thea Queen goes in front of a judge, and Oliver Queen learns his mother has dark secrets.
Legendary science fiction writer Harlan Ellison talks about "7 Against Chaos," the original graphic novel created with Paul Chadwick and Ken Steacy to explore classic heroism and the impending end of the world.
DC Comics Editorial honchos Bob Harras and Bobbie Chase are taking YOUR questions on the future of the New 52 from Batman and Superman to Justice League and Teen Titans and beyond.
The cast and crew of "The Dark Knight Returns: Part Two" took the stage with moderator Kevin Smith to talk about Frank Miller, Batman and the new animated "Dark Knight" DVD.
When the "Justice League" crossover "Throne of Atlantis" ends, there's still more underwater action for "Aquaman" and DC Comics shows off new Paul Pelletier art from issue #17 introducing Murk and the Sea Devils.
This April, DC Comics is adding unexpected twists to its New 52 covers starting with a special "Detective Comics" #900 gatefold featuring a Manbat invasion known as "The 900."
A new logo for DC's upcoming April publishing initiative marks the issues of the New 52 officially "WTF Certified," with teased appearances by Booster Gold, the Creeper, the New Gods and more.
CSBG's resident concerned John Constantine fan Sonia Harris spoke with incoming "Constantine" writer Jeff Lemire about his take on the character in the DCU and taking on the legacy of the Vertigo staple.
DC Comics has released an early look at February's "Superman" #17, the final chapter of the current "He'l on Earth" crossover featuring the debut of the all-new Oracle by Scott Lobdell and Kenneth Rocafort.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the digital-first "Arrow" Ch. 17, "Super." An ex-football player threatens to destroy the Starling City Power Dome January 30.
Matt Kindt explains J'onn J'onzz' DCU status, his plans for the JLA leader and why a "Martian Manhunter" spinning out from a "Justice League of America" backup feature to an ongoing series would be his dream project.