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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.
Mike Carey and Bill Willingham, the writers of Vertigo's "The Unwritten" and "Fables" respectively, discuss upcoming crossover, why the series make a perfect pairing and if Batman could ever visit Fabletown.
Doug Zawisza gives "Earth 2 Annual" #1 by James Robinson and Cafu 4 stars, saying the introduction of the new Earth 2 Batman "continues the process of building the world and succeeds quite nicely in doing so."
Karen Berger looks back at 20 years of Vertigo and changing state of comics! Belgian artist Fred Funcken passes away. Dynamite enters digital-first arena! Interviews with Noah Van Sciver and Gengoroh Tagame!
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have debuted a new logo celebrating 75 years of Superman while announcing a Zack Snyder-produced animated short featuring the work of Bruce Timm, Geoff Johns and more.
Writer Charles Soule discusses his upcoming run on "Red Lanterns," explaining why his series has more in common with "Sons Of Anarchy" and "The Shield" than traditional sci-fi stories.
Greg McElhatton gives "The Wake" #1 by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy 4 stars, calling the debut Vertigo Comics series "a strong first issue" that "promises to get even stronger in the issues to come."
Writer/producer Andrew Kreisberg says the script for the live-action Booster Gold pilot, ordered by Syfy in November 2011, will at last be sent to the cable channel.
The ad for Scott Snyder and Jim Lee's "Superman Unchained" in DC Comics' new releases debuts the series' logo and give readers a hint at what to expect from Lee's 4-page, 2-sided fold-out scene in the debut issue.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the digital-first "Arrow" #34 by writers Marc Guggenheim & Ben Sokolowski and artists Victor Drujiniu & Juan Castro. Arrow strikes Bludhaven May 29!
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "All-Star Western" #21, featuring a battle between Jonah Hex and Batwing in the series by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray with art by Moritat.
DC Comics has released a first look at Billy Tan's interior art for "Green Lantern" #21, the start of writer Robert Venditti's run on the series hitting June 5.
Jeph Loeb and Sterling Gates spoke with CBR at Greenest Night, sharing behind the scenes stories and sharing personal tales about the man of the hour, their friend and colleague, Geoff Johns.
At the CBLDF and CBR-hosted "Greenest Night," Geoff Johns reminisced about writing "Green Lantern," recalling the effect 9/11 had on the comic and exactly when he realized it was time to say goodbye to Hal Jordan.
"Superboy" writer Justin Jordan speaks about his first issue, (re)introducing Krypto to the Boy of Steel and turning "Wonder Woman" villain Doctor Psycho into a Super-foil. Plus, exclusive art from issue #21.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Red Hood and the Outlaws Annual" #1 by James Tynion IV and Al Barrionuevo. Arsenal confronts Green Arrow and secrets from his past are revealed May 29.
CSBG's 100th installment of notable comic book retcons features the time The Flash learned his powers didn't come from a chemical explosion, but an imp named Mopee from another dimension!
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco looks at the first issue of the latest title from the "Tiny Titans" team of Art Baltazar and Franco, as they move into the DC Universe proper with "Green Team: Teen Trillionaires."
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reflects on "Green Lantern" #20, the final issue of Geoff Johns' epic run that lasted more than 100 issues and redefined the roles of Hal Jordan and Sinestro in the DC Universe.
Kelly Thompson gives Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs' "Batman: Li'l Gotham" #2 4.5 stars, calling it the "brightest, most refreshing corner the DC Universe has seen in a very long time."
In honor of Geoff Johns' epic run on "Green Lantern," CBR asks, what was your favorite new character introduced to the GL mythos in the last nine years?
The Joe Shuster estate's attorney has asked the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn a ruling that the family was prevented from reclaiming the artist’s stake in Superman by a 20-year-old agreement with DC Comics.
"Green Lantern: New Guardians" writer Justin Jordan told CBR he has no plans revert Kyle Rayner from White Lantern to Green and how Kyle's unique viewpoint colors his approach to dealing with new villain Relic.
Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment have released the first trailer for "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox," the next DCU animated movie based on Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert's 2011 event.
A damaged copy of one of the rarest key comics in existence, "Action Comics" #1, was found inside the wall of an old house during renovation. The auction for the issue has topped $100K and continues to climb.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Lantern: New Guardians" #21, the first issue by incoming writer Justin Jordan. The issue, featuring an appearance by Hal Jordan, hits stores June 19.
Though he is listed as the artist for issue #7, Pete Woods has announced he will leave DC Comics' "Justice League of America's Vibe" after the sixth issue to take on an unnamed project at another publisher.
Writer Bryan Q. Miller discusses Wonder Woman's "Smallville Season 11" debut, explaining how he'll introduce her to the series' mythos and how David E. Kelley's failed pilot derailed the TV show's plans for Diana.
Doug Zawisza gives Geoff Johns' "Green Lantern" #20 5 stars, calling the writer's final Lantern issue a satisfying conclusion to an epic tale that "deserves to be read and re-read, studied and analyzed."
In anticipation of DC, CBR and the CBLDF's Greenest Night event celebrating writer Geoff Johns' 9-year run on "Green Lantern," CBR wants to read your questions and favorite moments from Johns' tenure with the ring-slinger.