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With his first issue of "Green Lantern" on sale, writer Robert Venditti talks to CBR News about the new Green Lantern Corps recruits, Relic and plans for his DC Villains Month one-shot.
DC Comics has released the first lettered pages for "Superman Unchained" #1 given a first look at the story by Scott Snyder and colored art by Jim Lee. The new saga of Superman begins June 12.
With the film's release less than two weeks away, Warner Bros. debuts the final trailer for director Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel," an action-filled teaser promising moviegoers an epic Superman/Zod throwdown.
DC Comics will resurrect its well-regarded anthology "Batman: Black and White" beginning in September with six double-sized issues.
DC Comics Editor Brian Cunningham gives CBR an inside look at "Trinity War," including which titles tie into the Justice League event, the shocking death that starts it all and looming battles with Secret Society & Shazam.
DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson and DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee introduce the company's newest digital comics initiative: DC² and DC²: Multiverse, a new, interactive approach to storytelling.
Greg McElhatton gives "Astro City" #1 by Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson 4 stars, saying the anticipated launch issue "reminds readers just how much fun Busiek and Anderson's series can be."
Veteran TV and film writer Sean E. Williams discusses tackling the return of Prince Charming in the pages of "Fairest," a tale based in India featuring the debut of several new characters to the Fables universe.
"The New Teen Titans" founding writer Marv Wolfman returns to the teenaged superhero team in the New 52 for Villains Month as he takes on the demonic and dangerous Trigon.
DC Comics has released a preview of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #21, the first chapter of "Year Zero." The Dark Knight's New 52 origin story goes on sale June 12.
With Trinity War looming on the horizon, DC Comics has released several pages of Ivan Reis' art from "Justice League" #22, written by Geoff Johns and featuring the New 52 debut of a very different Doctor Light.
DC Entertainment has announced DC2 and DC2 Multiverse, a digital comics initiative that enhances art and allows for readers to determine a specific story outcome by selecting different plot elements.
Augie dissects a couple pages of Darwyn Cooke's "Catwoman" artwork to discover how cinematic storytelling can blend together with comic book idioms to make for great comics.
Bill Willingham's long-running Vertigo Comics series "Fables" is currently under development for a feature film produced by "Harry Potter" producer David Heyman.
DC Collectibles has shared an exclusive first look at the brand new deluxe Swamp Thing action figure based on Yanick Paquette's New 52 designs set to appear in stores in December.
New "Supergirl" writer Michael Alan Nelson spoke with CBR about his debut issue, making Kara homeless, her rogues gallery and ongoing relationship with Power Girl, the Earth 2 version of herself.
The cast and crew of Warner Bros. upcoming film "Man of Steel" discuss taking on the iconic DC Comics characters, the idea of Superman as an outsider and where actor Michael Shannon finds evil.
Steve Sunu explains why the inclusion of Scorpion as the latest downloadable character for "Injustice: Gods Among Us" is a disappointing turn of events for an otherwise excellent DC video game.
CBR has an exclusive preview of "Arrow" #35, the first chapter of a special story from Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim bridging season 1 and 2 of the hit television series. The digital-first issue hits June 5.
John Layman ans Scot Eaton present a Harper Row guest-shot in "Detective Comics" #21 as the budding vigilante joins Batman on a case with ties to the Dark Knight's past. CBR has a preview of the June 6 issue.
DC has officially announced September is Villains Month. CBR provides all the details you need including 3D cover images, solicitation information and interviews with Scott Snyder, Jim Lee, Dan Didio and more!
Tim cracks open the Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez Superman hardcover collection and explores some of the early work by one of the most iconic artists ever to work at DC Comics.
Now that it's official and DC Comics has begun to release details about its Villains Month even in September, CBR wonders, are you looking forward to the first line-wide crossover of the New 52?
Showrunner Marc Guggenheim discusses DC's "Arrow" digital comic's own two-part season finale, looking past the shocking end of The CW drama's run and towards Season 2. Plus, exclusive art from #35!
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Swamp Thing" #21 by Charles Soule and Jesus Saiz. A Swamp Thing from the past is revealed June 5.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Earth 2" #13 by James Robinson, Yildiray Cinar and Rob Hunter. Captain Steel makes his debut while the mysterious new Batman lends Hawkgirl a batarang June 5.
As one of four "Batman" tie-in issues to DC's Villains Month, Scott Snyder is taking aim at rediscovering the Riddler, who he calls the only foe who can truly match wits with the Dark Knight.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the publisher's Villains Month plans for "Batman," including solicitations and images from Andy Kubert's Joker issue, Scott Snyder's Riddler tale and more.
Musician and comics writer Gerard Way once pitched a Batman miniseries to Vertigo titled "Kingdom of the Mad," and this weekend, the former lead singer of My Chemical Romance started sharing some of the concept art.
Following this morning's announcement of DC Comics' Villains Month, CBR has compiled a gallery of the animated gif representations of the event's 3D-motion lenticular covers. UPDATED 7:37 AM
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee spill more details on September's linewide Villains Month event, sharing an early look at the 3D animated covers.
Sporting a 3D-motion cover, "Forever Evil" spins out of the events of DC Comics' "Trinity War" crossover in September, as Geoff Johns and Dave Finch helm the New 52's first linewide crossover event.
In the latest CBR INK, we take a look at several Green Lantern tattoos -- including the progress of one mighty sleeve -- that cover the entire Lantern spectrum, plus give props to Kyle Rayner.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at some short, yet significant creative-team runs on several series from DC Comics including "Action Comics," "Detective Comics" and "OMAC."
Writer Derek Fridolfs spoke with ROBOT 6 about introducing Golden Age character Shazam to the hi-tech future of "Justice League Beyond," while sharing an exclusive preview of the issue illustrated by Ben Caldwell.
Artist Pasqual Ferry provides the variant cover for DC Comics' "Pandora: Trinity of Sin #1, setting the mysterious character against a backdrop of the Seven Deadly Sins in this CBR exclusive first look.
With his new, self-titled DC Comics series set to debut in late June, Orange Lantern Larfleeze has uncharacteristically granted CBR permission to share an early look at artists Scott Kolins' work from the first issue.
In the second part of Greenest Night, Geoff Johns looked back on his tenure with Hal Jordan, Sinestro and the rest of the multi-hued Corps, turning "Green Lantern" into one of DC Comics' most popular franchises.
At Greenest Night, Geoff Johns looked back on his near-decade writing the adventures of Hal Jordan, Sinestro and the rest of the multi-hued Corps, turning "Green Lantern" into one of DC Comics' most popular franchises.
CBR's Steve Sunu explores what the shocking ending of Geoff Johns and Brett Booth's "Justice League of America" #4 may mean for the DCU's premiere super teams and the way fans view modern comics.