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DC Entertainment Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras talks moving forward with the six new titles in the "Second Wave" of the New 52 and the six cancelled books from the initial launch.
Geoff Johns on re-evaluating the medium for digital display! Marvel's backlist problem! Washington City Paper axes comic strips -- again! Houston welcomes "The Scarlet Spider"! Plus more!
In April, six of DC Comics' New 52 series will publish their final issues, followed by six new series launching in May, including Grant Morrison's "Batman Inc.," James Robinson's "Earth 2" and China Miéville's "Dial H."
Marvel was the number one publisher for 2011, but DC Comics' "Justice League" and Image's "Walking Dead" topped the sales charts for comics and trades, respectively.
Marvel took lead in number of comics sold and total dollar amount in December, edging out DC Comics for the final month of 2011, though DC maintained its hold on the top of the charts with eight of the top ten titles.
Prep yourself for the February-releasing "Gotham City Impostors" with some helpful tips from CBR on how to get the most out of your time with the multiplayer shoot-em-up.
John Mayo digs into at December's sales numbers, which saw Marvel edging out DC Comics in total units sold, while DC topped Marvel in the top 300 titles. As John explains, naming a "winner" is a matter of perspective.
Doug Zawisza gives "O.M.A.C." #5 4 stars, saying Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen's off-beat series "continues to be the most unpredictably entertaining" of DC Comics' New 52 launch titles.
This April, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Rafael Albuquerque reveal the secret history of the mysterious Court of Owls in back-up stories running through "Batman."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Green Lantern" #5 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke. Sinestro and Hal Jordan's uneasy partnership continues on January 11!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at the predictions he made for DC Comics at the beginning of 2011, then follows up with 10 new ones for 2012.
Marvel tops the direct market's overall dollar and unit share numbers in December, while DC Comics' New 52 continue to dominate the top ten.
With a new arc starting in "Justice League" #7, Geoff Johns and Gene Ha discuss team dynamics in the current DCU, hint at a new villain who attacks the core of the characters and discuss more about the industry's #1 title.
Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" #5 gets 4 stars from Greg McElhatton, who calls the Andy Kubert-illustrated origin story "fresh and different, but in a way that (theoretically) won't offend long-time readers."
DC Comics has released preview art and confirmed a 2012 release date for J. Michael Straczynski and Shane Davis' "Superman: Earth One" Vol. Two.
DC Comics confirms a 2012 release for the highly anticipated, Geoff Johns-written "Batman: Earth One" original graphic novel with preview images from series artist Gary Frank.
Warner Bros. Interactive and TT Games expand the "Lego Batman" universe to the DC Universe this summer with the inclusion of Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and more.
First issue of DC's relaunched "Justice League" has sold 360,000 copies since August! Eagle Awards nominations open! Mike Gold on SOPA! Profiles of Paul Levitz and Mark Bagley! Plus much more!
Doug Zawisza gives Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette's "Swamp Thing" #5 4.5 stars, calling the series "unlike anything DC has offered in the past decade...creepy comics with believable characters."
DC Comics reveals a first look at Dave Taylor's interior pages for "Batman: Death by Design," an original graphic novel written by Chip Kidd, set during the development and construction of Gotham City.
Batman group editor Mike Marts spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about his goals and plans for the Batman family of title as the New 52 enters 2012.
DC Comics reveals the name of the enigmatic hooded figure who haunted the end of "Flashpoint" and every New 52 #1 issue with a promise for more from Pandora in 2012.
A longtime fixture of DC Comics titles including "Supergirl" and the recently relaunched "The Ray," artist Jamal Igle has announced the end of his DC exclusive while looking ahead to new work elsewhere.
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman and Tom Bondurant continue their discussion about Marvel and DC in 2011, touching on "Fear Itself," Season One, "Watchmen 2" rumors and more.
Continuing their yearly tradition, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman have joined forces to compare notes and look back on the the relative fortunes of DC Comics and Marvel Comics in 2011.
Doug Zawisza gives "Blackhawks" #4 by Costa, Nolan and Ibanez 3.5 stars, calling the title "a fine offering for readers looking to scratch that 'Checkmate' itch in the relaunched DCU."
Jeff Lemire spoke to CBR about death in "Sweet Tooth," an "Animal Man"/"Swamp Thing" crossover, "Frankenstein" at war and brought exclusive pages from "The Underwater Welder."
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of "Swamp Thing" #5 by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette. The critically acclaimed team's run continues on January 4.
CBR News' THE BAT SIGNAL looks into the grand finale of "Batman Incorporated's" first volume as artist Chris Burnham goes into detail on "Leviathan Strikes!" while teasing what's next for Grant Morrison's story.
Greg McElhatton celebrates the New Year early, giving "Aquaman" #4 3.5 stars and calls the relaunch by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis "a resounding success."
"All-Star Western" artist Moritat spoke with CBR News about drawing Jonah Hex, working on "Elephantmen" and "The Spirit," escapism, and why he sometimes wants to kill his colorist.
CBR spoke with the minds behind Mattel's DC Universe action figures about the new online-exclusive Club Infinite Earths, plus an exclusive look at the second wave of All-Stars.
Doug Zawisza gives "Birds of Prey" #4 4.5 stars, saying the Duane Swierczynski and Jesus Saiz title "delivers a great read, each and every month."
Chad Nevett gives Grant Morrison's long-awaited "Batman, Inc.: Leviathan Strikes" 4.5 stars, calling the one-shot "the best comic DC has published in the latter half of 2011."
The relaunch of DC Comics CCO Geoff Johns' longest running title has brought a villain back from the dark side, and the writer tells CBR why Sinestro will stay a Green Lantern, clash with Hal Jordan and uncover the Indigo Tribe's secrets.
Greg McElhatton gives "Wonder Woman" #4 4.5 stars, saying Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's modern take on the classic character "just gets better and better every month."
From Owlman's early days to the secrets of Bruce Wayne's parents, the long history of the "Batman" title holds sway as writer Scott Snyder makes his way through a year-long arc focusing on the Court of Owls.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Teen Titans" #4. Written by Scott Lobdell with art and cover by Brett Booth, the issue hits stores December 28.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gives "Batman" #4 4 stars, calling Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's collaboration on the title "a run that should prove to be a memorable one."
CBR spoke with the artist of DC's New 52 "Supergirl" series about the artistic changes readers can see in the book going forward, the comics scene in Turkey and exclusive pages from #4.