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During last night's MTV Movie Awards, director Christopher Nolan and the stars of "The Dark Knight Rises" introduced a new 90-second clip for "The Dark Knight Rises." SPINOFF has the details.
Following the temporary retreat from Facebook by the anti-gay One Million Moms, a pro-gay group - also calling itself One Million Moms - has sprung up the social-media site, hoping to capitalize on the original's absence.
DC Comics has released a preview of its 30-second TV commercial for "Before Watchmen" that will debut Tuesday on BBC America, IFC and G4. "Minutemen #1" arrives Wednesday.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Green Arrow" #10. The stand-alone issue by Ann Nocenti and Oliver Nome lands in stores June 6.
Greg McElhatton gives "Animal Man Annual" #1 4 stars, calling the annual issue by Jeff Lemire and Timothy Green II "a perfect case of a comic that both stands on its own as well as fits well into the greater picture of the series."
One Million Moms abruptly removed its Facebook page after a post warning followers about the reintroduction of Green Lantern Alan Scott as gay was inundated by comments supporting DC Comics.
CBR's Steve Sunu explores what DC Entertainment, WB Games and NetherRealm Studios' "Injustice: Gods Among Us" fighting game needs to do in order to succeed with gamers.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Superman Family Adventures" #1 4 stars, calling the issue by Art Baltazar and Franco "the ultimate example that true all-ages books exist and they are amazing."
With word of Alan Scott's New 52 sexual orientation breaking today, "Earth 2" writer James Robinson has already made it clear Green Lantern won't be the only gay character in his and Nicola Scott's new series.
After hints of an iconic coming out, DC and James Robinson reveal original Green Lantern Alan Scott will be written as a gay hero in the pages of "Earth 2," as the writer shares word of GL's family history and future romance.
Musician and "American Idol" finalist Chris Daughtry spoke with CBR News about his partnership with DC Entertainment on the We Can Be Heroes campaign.
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman Annual" #1 4.5 stars saying the issue by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Jason Fabok is "a great read that would certainly be a fantastic way to spend your lawn-mowing money."
The creators of 2011's "Mortal Kombat" reboot return in 2013 with a "Injustice: Gods Among Us," a gritty, DC Comics-based video game brawler starring Superman, Batman, Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman and others.
Writer Judd Winick speaks about "Catwoman" going good guy, "Batwing" going global and his upcoming plans for both books.
Writer Fabian Nicieza spoke with CBR about his Kid Flash-centric issue of "DC Universe Presents," how it ties into the current "Teen Titans" storyline and the insight it may provide into the New 52's Bart Allen.
DC has released a preview of "Animal Man Annual" #1 by Jeff Lemire and Timothy Green II, a stand-alone story that ties directly in to the "Animal Man"/"Swamp Thing" crossover event. The issue hits May 30.
"Green Arrow" writer Ann Nocenti spoke with CBR about Oliver Queen, the Skylarks' sexuality and the current Hollywood explosion of archers, from "The Hunger Games" to "The Avengers" and the CW's own "Arrow."
In honor of Memorial Day, CBR News presents its Memorial Day Spotlight on "Sgt. Rock" & "Before Watchmen" artist Joe Kubert. The legendary creator looks back on his career in this 2011 interview.
With speculation running wild about which established DC Comics character will be gay in the New 52, CBR invites you to vote for the most likely candidate. Results will be revealed Monday.
Writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR News at Kapow Comic Convention about DC Comics' New 52 has allowed non-super hero titles the chance to find success in the marketplace, writing dark subject matter and more.
Doug Zawisza gives "Aquaman" #9 4.5 stars, saying the issue by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado is "a fine slice of what makes this series so very enjoyable, from story to characters to art."
Warner Bros. has released two new posters from Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" featuring Christian Bale as Batman and Tom Hardy as Bane locked in combat.
Jorge Solis gives "Fables" #117 4 stars calling the issue by Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham "a superbly engaging fantasy adventure" that is "absolutely difficult to put down."
Comic-Con cracks down on counterfeit badges, illegal resales! Canadian artist turned away at U.S. border! The state of gay characters in mainstream comics! Plus much more!
Chip Kidd discusses his upcoming graphic novel, "Batman: Death By Design," illustrated by Dave Taylor, which the acclaimed graphic designer describes as the 1930s' Batman movie that was never made.
Artist Lee Bermejo discusses his and Brian Azzarello's "Before Watchmen: Rorschach," from the challenge of telling a story where the lead character's ending is already known to the controversy surrounding the project.
The conservative Christian group One Million Moms is calling on DC Comics and Marvel to immediately cancel all plans involving "homosexual superhero characters."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Chip Kidd and Dave Taylor's "Batman: Death by Design" hardcover graphic novel, in stores May 30.
Doug Zawisza give "The Flash" #9 by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato 4 stars, calling the interior art by Manapul "stunning, jaw-dropping and beautiful."
Warner Bros. has revealed four new banners for "The Dark Knight Rises" featuring Gotham in chaos with explosions, decimated streets and a showdown between Batman and Bane.
To celebrate its Superman Facebook page surpassing 2 million "likes," DC Comics has revealed two new pages by Shane Davis from the second volume of "Superman: Earth One."
At DC Entertainment's "Darkness & Light" charity art event, DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee and CCO Geoff Johns spoke about the publisher's as yet unidentified gay character and the importance of TV for the company.
Greg McElhatton gives "Batman Incorporated" #1 5 stars saying the inaugural issue by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham "feels like a gauntlet being thrown, reminding us how to kick off a new series."
With DC Comics announcement of the reveal of an established, iconic character as gay this June igniting debate and conjecture across the web, CBR weighs in with our theories on who may be coming out in the New 52.
As Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" nears its debut, Warner Bros. has released six new character posters showcasing Christian Bale as Batman, Tom Hardy as Bane and Anne Hathaway as Catwoman.
Marvel, and Hawkeye, lend a hand! Jody LeHeup joins Valiant! Brian Michael Bendis interviews Greg Rucka! Roger Langridge talks about his decision not to work for Marvel or DC! Plus more!
Following up on Co-Publisher Dan DiDio's comments over the weekend, DC Comics has stated that a major, iconic male character will be outed in June, which happens to be LGBT Pride Month.
Dan DiDio, Bob Wayne, Ian Churchill & Scott Snyder discuss DC Comics' New 52 one year later, dropping hints and revealing that one straight character pre-New 52 will now be gay.
Less than a year after Dan DiDio indicated DC Comics wouldn’t alter the sexual orientations of existing characters in the New 52, the co-publisher revealed at the Kapow! Comic Convention that the position has changed.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Moritat's "All-Star Western" #9. Jonah Hex rides into the Night of the Owls May 23.