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ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant casts an eye over DC’s post-"Convergence" landscape, and holds out some high hopes for the future of "Prez."
Superstars Grant Morrison & Jim Lee team up for a tale of DC's "The Multiversity" like no other -- featuring Adolf Hitler and a bulletproof child!
Connor, Palmiotti and Timms' "Harley Quinn Valentine's Day Special" #1 is "a fun, harmless ode to this day of romance."
Crossovers interrupt ongoing series all the time, but Keith Giffen and JM DeMatteis' final "Justice League" story was interrupted by two of them!!
Series stars Ben McKenzie and Donal Logue explain how serious of a threat the Scarecrow is to "Gotham" in a CBR-exclusive video.
DC Comics imprint Vertigo will release an art book and four prequel comics for "Mad Max: Fury Road" starting this May.
Writer Tony Bedard tells CBR about running toward DC Comics' "Convergence" event with Wally West and the fastest family alive.
Augie shares his thoughts on DC's upcoming relaunch as well as the big Spider-Man movie news. Also, the epic reread of "All Star Batman and Robin" returns!
"Convergence" rolls on in May, and we have the exclusive first glimpse of the roles Harley, Batgirl, Captain Carrot, Damian Wayne and more play in the event.
CBR traces the breakout DC character's origin from animation to comics to live-action and simplifies her crazy history with Batman and the Joker.
During his stints on the character the veteran writer-editor made indelible contributions to the Dark Knight's enduring mythos.
With DC Comics' announcement of a more diverse writers' pool, Joseph Illidge gives his take on the publisher's newest initiative.
The Penguin and a menagerie of villains square off against Batman and his team in this exclusive first look at the new animated feature.
Emily Kinney has reportedly signed on to bring DC Comics villain Bug-Eyed Bandit to life on "The Flash."
Co-Publisher Dan DiDio says lessons learned from 2006's "One Year Later" event are being applied to DC's post-"Convergence" publishing slate.
A new rumor contends executives are considering shifting the struggling supernatural drama to Syfy and renaming it "Hellblazer."
Vengeful spirits are on the attack in Gotham City as writer Ray Fawkes and artist Javi Fernandez spearhead Batman's latest weekly adventure.
Did veteran artist Paul Smith really walk off Jeph Loeb's "Love and War" story at DC Comics because he didn't like the cut of Wonder Woman's pants?
Frequent collaborators Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente share how they approach comic books in "Make Comics Like the Pros" and discuss their other works.
Jim Lee sketches the next DC statue from Kotobukiya, Diamond Select Toys unveils miles of Minimates and much more!
With the New 52 on its way out and a couple dozen new series on the way, here are the fresh starts and new takes we're excited to get our hands on.
Batman plans to save the world while Batzarro naps in this exclusive clip from "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League."
Despite gods and monsters inhabiting the DCU, Tom King & Tim Seeley tell CBR about keeping their book grounded and the upcoming faceoff with Midnighter.
Following the events of "Convergence," the DCU moves forward with new directions, new creators and new titles. What do you think of DC Comics' announced plans?
DC Comics has released its full slate of June 2015 titles, when the post-New 52 DCU kicks off with 24 new series.
There are 24 new series on the way from DC, and CBR has exclusive early details on "Justice League of America," "Bizarro" and more.
Moving beyond "the New 52," DC looks towards a "more inclusive and accessible" slate starting in June, with 24 new series joining 25 existing titles.
CSBG looks at the issue from John Byrne's "Superman" run where the Man of Steel overheard dialogue from every other DC book released that week!
Join CBR as we break down the reasons "Constantine," one of the best horror shows to hit television in years, needs to return for a second season.
In Straczynski, Syaf and Hope's "Superman: Earth One," Vol. #3, "Lex and Alexandra Luthor make their presence known and the ladies of Clark Kent's life also check in."
"Gotham" has added the "Heroes" veteran as the Ogre -- a new antagonist that shares a name with a DC Comics character.
Despite underwhelming artwork, Johns, Romita Jr. and Janson's "Superman" #38 has "a perfect understanding of the character."
With a world that needs Superman, writer J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR about giving readers a Man of Tomorrow for today.
It's been teased on the show for weeks, and The CW has released the first image of Brandon Routh in the full Atom suit on "Arrow."
CBR demystifies DC Comics’ “Convergence” event, breaking down the timelines and worlds to explain how each week’s titles matter to DC history.
Ahead of the debut of the Man of Steel’s new power and costume in Superman #38, DC charts the history of his abilities, from super-speed to flight to, now, super flare.
At 70 pages long, "The Multiversity: Guidebook," by Grant Morrison and a variety of artists, "is certain to have readers flipping back and forth."
Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. look to add a new power to Superman's list of abilities, along with a slightly redesigned costume.
The Man of Steel gets an upgrade with a new look and a brand new power in DC Comics' "Superman" #38 by Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr. & Klaus Janson.
A new report states TNT's live-action "Titans" series will feature DC Comics characters including Dick Grayson, Barbara Gordon and Raven.