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Original "Watchmen" editor and writer of the "Ozymandias" Before Watchmen miniseries Len Wein kicks off CBR TV's WonderCon coverage discussing his involvement in the controversial DC Comics event.
DC Comics has released a first look at the pencils for artist Jim Lee's "Before Watchmen: Nite Owl" #1 variant cover.
CBR reports from the DC Comics: All Access Special Edition panel at WonderCon where Co-Publisher Dan Didio, J. Michael Straczynski and others speak about "Before Watchmen."
Writer J. Michael Straczynski took to the stage at WonderCon with DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio to talk about Straczynski 's work, his comics and his life, from "Babylon 5" to "Before Watchmen" and beyond.
Check out CSBG's collection of the first appearances of various parts of comic book lore! In our latest installment, the first appearance of Superman's Fortess of Solitude!
DC kicked off its WonderCon 2012 programming with an all access look to all things DC featuring some of the industry's top talents and creators including Scott Snyder, Dustin Nguyen, Brian Q. Miller, Scott Lobdell and more.
This week,, Brigid looks at Marvel's new Infinite Canvas, the comparison between DC's print and digital quality, Amazon pulling manga from the Kindle and free digital "Walking Dead" for WonderCon attendees.
Doug Zawisza gives James Robinson and Javier Pulido's "The Shade" #6 4.5 stars, saying "Robinson builds worlds, adds depth to the Shade's existence and consistently entertains in a manner that feels educational and fresh."
Writer Peter Milligan speaks to CBR about the newest human "Red Lantern" in the DC Comics series and why family is on Constantine's brain in "Hellblazer."
Cartoon Network has released clips and screenshots from Saturday's all-new DC Nation block, including a sneak peek at "MAD Presents Shazamwich," "Green Lantern" and "Young Justice."
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman and Robin" #7 4 stars, saying Peter J. Tomasi "writes a strong story and provides Bruce Wayne with a worthy adversary in the form of Nobody."
DC Comics has released Dan Panosian's designs for the protagonist of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray's "G.I. Combat" backup story, "Unknown Soldier."
John Mayo crunches the numbers for February 2012 comics sales, finding good news for DC's New 52 relaunch and "The Walking Dead" and discusses what domination of the top ten could mean for the rest of the industry.
In this week's spotlight on comic easter eggs, we take a look at an amusing cameo by the cast of "Big Bang Theory" in the DC Universe, an obscure European comic reference in the pages of "Silver Surfer" and more.
DC has released Dale Keown's variant cover for "Green Lantern" #8 written by Geoff Johns with art by Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy featuring Hal Jordan and Sinestro facing off against the Indigo Tribe.
After the launch of Vertigo's newest series "Fairest," artist Phil Jimenez unveils his process for his cover to the "Fables" spinoff, from the beauty of Briar Rose to the cold cruelness of the Snow Queen.
CBR News spoke with DC Comics VP of Interactive Marketing Jason James about the publisher's website redesign and the company's hopes and plans for its updated web presence.
Telltale Games co-founder and CEO Dan Connors reveals details the company's big push for games based on Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" and Bill Willingham's "Fables" for 2012.
Diamond has released its sales information for February, 2012, and John Mayo has crunched the numbers to find DC sweeping the Top Ten once again while Marvel leads in total dollars and sales
Artist Gary Frank spoke with CBR News about his and Geoff Johns "The Curse Of Shazam" backup story in "Justice League," as well as his "Earth One" and "Smallville" work.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in June, 2012, including the first installments of the Before Watchmen titles, the final issue of "Scalped," and more.
DC has revealed a preview of "Green Lantern" #7 by Geoff Johns with art by Doug Mahnke. The Indigo Tribe returns to "Green Lantern" with a secret on March 14.
Doug Zawisza gives "O.M.A.C." #7 by Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen 4 stars, saying "there truly is no other book on the stands that innovates while paying tribute so marvelously."
DC has released a preview of "Fairest" #2 by Bill Willingham with art by Phil Jimenez. The adventures of Ali Baba, Sleeping Beauty and the Snow Queen continue April 4.
In the wake of a February print performance that again took the top ten, DC Comics' John Rood and Bob Wayne share their digital rankings, discussing the strength of the "Beyond" line and the reality of market share.
Periodical sales rise 22.26% over February 2011! Marvel moves to "self covers" for $2.99 comics! A look at Archie Comics sales figures! Amy Reeder on her "Batwoman" departure! Plus much more!
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Batwoman" #7 by JH Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Amy Reeder. "To Drown the World" continues Wednesday, March 14.
DC sweeps the top ten comics sold with "Justice League" #6 in first place while Marvel edges ahead in dollar and unit share for the month of February. UPDATED: The full Top 100 have been released.
The enigmatic and mysterious Ya'wara is the latest in the roster reveals for The Others, a super powered team with connections to Aquaman's past appearing in "Aquaman" #7 by Geoff Johns with art by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
DC has announced Trevor McCarthy will join "Batwoman" as guest artist beginning with issue #9, while Ed Benes will fill in for "Detective Comics" following "Night of the Owls." UPDATE: Amy Reeder is leaving "Batwoman."
DC Comics has released a preview of James Robinson's "The Shade" #6, illustrated by Javier Pulido. The issue, with covers by Tony Harris and Pulido, hits stores March 14.
DC continues the slow reveal of "Aquaman's" Other League with cosmonaut Vostok-X, who makes his first appearance in "Aquaman" #7 written by Geoff Johns with art by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
Greg McElhatton gives "Animal Man" #7 4 stars, calling Jeff Lemire, Travel Foreman and new artist Steve Pugh's issue "a mixture of everything that worked well in previous incarnations" of the title.
Showcasing the Justice League's "big three" of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman along with the mysterious Pandora, Jim Lee's FCBD cover has been revealed, along with new details about the issue's contents.
Cartoon Network has released new video and stills from this weekend's DC Nation, including clips from "Young Justice" featuring Vandal Savage, the "Baby Superman" animated short and How to Draw Green Lantern!
Doug Zawisza gives "Swamp Thing" #7 5 stars, calling the New 52 title by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette "a perfect mix of horror, action and magnificent big screen visual spectacles that updates a classic DC brand."
DC has revealed The Operative as the newest member of The Others, a super powered team from Aquaman's past set to debut in "Aquaman" #7 by Geoff Johns with art by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive Ethan Van Sciver-illustrated page from April's "Fury of the Firestorms" #8, featuring a first look at two of Van Sciver and Joe Harris' new international Firestorms.
DC Comics has released a new promotional image for its "Before Watchmen" event featuring the team as depicted by "Rorschach" artist Lee Bermejo.