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DC Entertainment and Diamond Book Distributors pull back the curtain on Jim Lee's "Justice League" t-shirt design for Free Comic Book Day 2012 with an homage image to a classic piece of JLA art.
Writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning spoke with CBR News about reimaging "Resurrection Man" for DC's New 52 and the upcoming trade paperback collection of their 1990s iteration of the series.
DC Comics has provided CBR with the exclusive debut of Andy Kubert's variant cover for "Justice League" #4, Kubert's first published work since "Flashpoint" concluded in August.
Veteran artist Jamal Igle discusses his life and career in comics with CBR News and offers a behind-the-scenes look at DC Comics' "The Ray" #1, on sale tomorrow.
DC Comics has released a preview for "The Shade" #3, the latest issue of the critically acclaimed series by James Robinson and Cully Hamner. The issue hits stores December 14 with covers by Tony Harris and Hamner
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in March, 2012, including the latest from "Green Lantern," Justice League," "Batman" and more.
DC Comics has announced crime novelist and "Hellblazer" scribe Denise Mina as writer of Stieg Larsson's "Millennium" Trilogy graphic novels coming in 2012 from DC's Vertigo imprint.
Giving the latest issue 4 stars, Ryan K. Lindsay calls Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman's "Animal Man" "one of the very best titles coming out of DC [Comics]."
John Rood explains what DC Comics' digital sales rankings mean for readers, retailers and the company's plans, sharing exclusively with CBR the top ten digital sales chart and Jim Lee's "Justice League" #7 cover.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason's "Batman and Robin" #4. The Dark Knight's multi-generational saga continues December 14.
Acclaimed artist Gene Ha filling in for Jim Lee on "Justice League" #7 and 8 is only the tip of the iceberg for recent creative shifts at DC Comics on titles that include "Men of War" and "Green Arrow."
A still resurgent DC Comics continues its dollar and unit share dominance in comic shop sales for a third month while Marvel brings the fight within percentage points as graphic novels rebound in November.
"Suicide Squad" writer Adam Glass spoke with CBR about the series' upcoming story arc "The Hunt For Harley Quinn," the return of Captain Boomerang and creating a New 52 origin for Harley Quinn.
New co-writer Joe Harris tells CBR News about his plans for the New 52's "Firestorm," the underlying conflict behind the Firestorm Protocols and Professor Stein's future role.
Veteran writer Marv Wolfman and artist Tom Mandrake return to the DC Universe with the March debut of "Night Force," a 7-issue miniseries updating Wolfman and Gene Colan's early-80s creation.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at "MAD Magazine's" annual "20 Dumbest People, Events & Things" feature featuring Charlie Sheen as the emerald-hued Sheen Lantern.
Doug Zawisza praises "O.M.A.C." #4, calling it "a mega-blockbuster, high-octane, popcorn flick transcribed to paper" and giving the Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen comic 4 stars.
Speaking with CBR News on his revamp of the reclaimed Vertigo hero, writer Scott Snyder delves into "Swamp Thing's" humanity for both an old school adventure and a horror series as he prepares for the "Animal Man" crossover "Dead World."
Legendary Golden Age comics artist Jerry Robinson, creator of the Joker, has died, leaving a creative and social legacy of historic proportions for the comic book medium.
Greg McElhatton gives Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" #4 4 stars, saying that the series is providing "some of the best 'Swamp Thing' we've seen in years."
Co-writers and artists Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato spoke with CBR about redesigning Flash's most notorious rogue, no more cold gun, and why revenge is a dish best served cold.
Paul Jenkins' DC Comics workload increases in March as the "Batman: The Dark Knight" writer takes the helm of "Stormwatch" for a two-issue storyline. UPDATE: Paul Cornell announces #6 as his final issue.
DC Comics' The Source Blog reveals Joe Harris as the newest member of "The Fury of Firestorm" creative matrix alongside co-writer and artist Ethan Van Sciver for new story arc "The Firestorm Protocols."
CBR News spoke with Sholly Fisch, writer of the upcoming "Action Comics" co-feature, which begins by focusing on Steel before moving on to different members of Superman's supporting cast.
Warner Bros. Interactive and DC Entertainment have provided CBR News with the exclusive debut of the third animated short promoting January's "Gotham City Imposters" download-only first-person shooter.
"Batwing" writer Judd Winick joined THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his hero's origins, the dark secrets of David's childhood and the defining differences between Batman and Batwing.
A longtime comics writer and editor steps back into the monthly format as Tom DeFalco takes over DC's timelost teens in "Legion Lost" from outgoing scribe Fabian Nicieza.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Stormwatch" #4. Paul Cornell and Miguel Sepulveda continue to introduce the Wildstorm team to the New 52 on December 7!
DC Comics has released a preview of "Action Comics" #4, featuring Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' New 52 debut of Steel! Featuring a back-up Steel story by Sholly Fisch and Brad Walker, the issue goes on sale December 7.
Saturday, JH Williams III and W. Haden Blackman celebrated "Batwoman" at a special Isotope Comics party. We spoke with the duo about the hero's future and the Williams-designed glass created exclusively for the event.
Tom Bondurant joins the chorus supporting DC's "The Shade," which writer James Robinson said has had low sales. ROBOT 6's Grumpy Old Fan declares, "Save 'The Shade,' and enjoy some great comics while you’re at it."
"Savage Hawkman" writer Tony Daniel spoke with CBR News about the challenges of establishing Carter Hall in the New 52 and announces a major shake up in the creative team.
Warner Bros. Interactive has released a new cartoon in support of its January-launching "Gotham City Imposters" video game. The short will also be featured on Cartoon Network's upcoming DC Nation programming block.
A near-mint copy of "Action Comics" #1 owned by actor Nicolas Cage sold at auction for a record $2.16 million making it the most expensive comic ever sold. ROBOT 6 has details.
"Red Lanterns" writer Peter Milligan spoke with CBR about fleshing out the most violent Corps in the DC Universe, the ramifications of Bleez's increased intellect and what a human Red Lantern may add to the mix.
DC Comics has released a preview for the first issue of "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" #0, a new all-ages title based on the Cartoon Network series of the same name.
Peter Milligan dives deep into the world of "Justice League Dark," penning the first "Hellblazer Annual" in twenty years and writing two John Constantines.
Tim looks at the first three months of DC's New 52, explaining why "Wonder Woman" is the best, how some Batman titles are better than others and why Jeff Lemire and Alberto Ponticelli's take on "Frankenstein" is so interesting.
The critically acclaimed and long awaited series from DC Comics focusing on Starman villain The Shade hasn't yet set the sales charts on fire, but James Robinson is hoping for interest to support his full 12-issue run.
"Detective Comics" writer and artist Tony Daniel spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about his current storyline, the Dollmaker and the recipe for creating the perfect Batman villain.