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DC releases full solicitation info with new details on Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's "Batman: Earth One" original graphic novel. Batman's hunt for his parents' killer begins this July.
"Smallville" writer Bryan Q. Miller is set to expand Clark Kent's universe with a new digital-first series exploring the world of Superman, Lex Luthor, Chloe Sullivan and the rest of the cast following the TV series' conclusion.
Judges hear appeal in Warner Bros.' lawsuit against Superman lawyer! Former Judge Dredd artist Brett Ewins arraigned! Creators comment on Marvel-Gary Friedrich case! Plus much more!
DC has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Nightwing" #6 written by Kyle Higgins with art by Eddy Barrows and Geraldo Borges, in stores February 15.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the solicitations and covers for "Batman," "Nightwing," "Birds of Prey" and the rest of the Bat-family's May-shipping titles.
Doug Zawisza gives the final issue of "Penguin: Pain & Prejudice" 4.5 stars, calling Gregg Hurwitz's villainous story "a great read all the way through."
Vertigo has posted several covers including "Saucer Country" #3, "Dominique Laveau: Voodoo Child" #3 and "The New Deadwardians" #3 and released new details on anthology book "Mystery in Space," coming in May.
Cartoon Network's DC Nation animation block will launch March 3 with an hour-long Saturday morning block featuring "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" and "Young Justice."
DC continues its reveals for the "Second Wave" of the New 52 with George Perez's cover for "Worlds' Finest" #1 written by Paul Levitz with art by Perez and Kevin Maguire.
Brigid Alverson breaks down the week in news, from the return of "Smallville" as a digital-first series to the estimated growth in digital comic sales in 2011 to a major creator's changing view on online piracy.
"Supergirl" co-writers Mike Johnson and Michael Green speak to CBR News about working with artist George Perez on issue #8 and revamping Silver Banshee for DC Comics' New 52.
DC Comics has released a first look at Ivan Reis and Joe Prado's variant cover for "Earth 2" #1 featuring redesigned looks for Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
Stopping by the CBR forums, Travel Foreman explained the reason behind today's announcement that he's leaving DC Comics' "Animal Man" in May for "Birds of Prey." ROBOT 6 has details.
DC has revealed a first look at Ian Churchill's art for "The Ravagers" #1 written by Howard Mackie featuring Dr. Caitlin Fairchild. The "Second Wave" book launches in May.
DC has released information on new collectable statues based on its upcoming "Before Watchmen" series and "Dark Knight Rises" leading to Toy Fair 2012.
DC has announced artist shifts for the New 52 including Steve Pugh on "Animal Man," Travel Foreman on "Birds of Prey," Jesus Saiz on "Resurrection Man" and Fernando Dagnino on "Suicide Squad."
John Mayo drills down into DC Comics' sales numbers over the first five months of the New 52, analyzes Marvel's diminished sales and looks at the significance of DC sweeping the top ten spots.
The "Batwoman" creative team, JH Williams III, Haden Blackman, and Amy Reeder, give CBR News a taste of what troubles await Kate Kane in their second story arc, "To Drown The World."
"Dexter" alum David Ramsey has joined the growing cast of The CW's "Arrow," a pilot based loosely on DC Comics' fan-favorite Green Arrow. Ramsey will play John Diggle, a character created specifically for the pilot.
DC Entertainment picks up where TV's "Smallville" left off with "Smallville Season 11," a digital-first comic debuting April 13. Written by TV series writer Bryan Q. Miller, the digital adventures will see print in May.
"Static Shock" artist Scott McDaniel responds to writer John Rozum's comments on leaving the New 52 title due to creative differences after a handful of issues.
In the next phase of the New 52 from DC Comics, the relaunch of the publisher's Annuals reintroduces Mr. Freeze with "Batman Annual" #1 by Scott Snyder and Jay Fabok.
DC has revealed a first look at Chris Burnham's cover for "Batman, Incorporated" #1 written by Grant Morrison. The "Second Wave" book hits in May.
Scott Lobdell's "Teen Titans" and Jeff Lemire's "Animal Man" are the first of DC's New 52 to get the annual issue treatment this May.
On top of DC Comics' top ten performance in January's print sales, executives John Rood and Bob Wayne share with CBR the top ten digital comics for the month, cover criticisms of DC's success and update "The Shade's" status.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E." #6 by Jeff Lemire and Alberto Ponticelli. Wrapped in a cover by J.G. Jones, the issue hits February 8.
Doug Zawisza gives Paul Cornell and Miguel Sepulveda's "Stormwatch" #6 4 stars, saying of Cornell's final issue, "This is how a writer should end his stay on a book."
"Animal Man" writer Jeff Lemire shared his insights and introspection with CBR's COMMENTARY TRACK, taking us behind the scenes of issue #6 and "Tights," the movie about Buddy Baker's life.
DC Comics has announced the writers and artists joining "Deathstroke" writer/artist Rob Liefeld on "Grifter" and "The Savage Hawkman" with a glimpse at Liefeld's new cover art.
While Marvel edged out DC Comics in dollar share, DC took every spot on Diamond Comic Distributors' Top Ten Comics list for January 2012, with "Justice League" and the Bat-titles leading the way.
The writer behind "The Shade" and the upcoming "Earth 2" reinvents another DC Comics Golden Age villain with an FBI thriller in "DC Universe Presents" as James Robinson writes Vandal Savage for Bernard Chang.
"Animal Man" continues to receive praise from CBR reviewers as Doug Zamisza gives issue #6 4 stars, saying Jeff Lemire's creepy superhero tale "continues to be an impressive, fun read."
Greg McElhatton gives Scott Snyder and Marco Rudy's "Swamp Thing" #6 4 stars, saying that the acclaimed DC Comics title "continues to move from strength to strength."
Addressing one of the reactions to his involvement in DC Comics’ "Before Watchmen" project, J. Michael Straczynski has tackled the question, "How would you feel if Babylon 5 was being done without your permission?"
Novelist and TV writer Gregg Hurwitz is continuing his association with Batman beyond the world of the Penguin as he'll be taking the writing duties on DC Comics "Batman: The Dark Knight" from Paul Jenkins.
Judge declares Batmobile design is protected by copyright! Archie Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit says harassment claims are "completely untrue"! How to bring more female readers to comics! Plus more!
Prior to the creation of "Before Watchmen," Alan Moore laid out the official history of the Minutemen. Tim Callahan discussed the in-continuity "Watchmen" RPG in this classic WHEN WORDS COLLIDE."
In a post on his personal blog, artist Adam Hughes expounds on his excitement to be working on DC Comics' "Watchmen" prequel miniseries featuring Dr. Manhattan.
Now that you've read all about "Before Watchmen," what are your feelings on DC Comics moving forward with the franchise without Alan Moore and/or Dave Gibbons involvement?