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Without officially confirming he's off "Batman," Scott Snyder took to Twitter to address reports and reflect on his partnership with Greg Capullo.
In "Batman and Robin Eternal" #17, a flashback hinted that one specific member of the Bat family is a product of Mother's conditioning program.
The "Robin War" is over, but creators Lee Bermejo and Jorge Corona aren't laughing about the Robins newest enemy in "We Are Robin" #8.
Comparing his DC Comics miniseries to a Stephen King novel, J.T. Krul isn't squeamish about hyping the story's horrific goals to CBR News.
CSBG explains why Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's take on the most mythic of superheroes deserves a spot in your personal library.
"Lucifer" star Tom Ellis says the DC/Vertigo-based Fox TV series, which debuts tonight, is "a dark show, but doesn't take itself too seriously."
Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver are teasing their involvement in DC Comics' newly teased project.
DC Comics' Co-Publisher provides a special variant cover for "Empire Magazine," featuring the iconic heroes in mid-battle.
David F. Walker and Claude St. Aubin continue Vic Stone's journey as he accesses top-secret files to stop a group of angry politicians.
A segment cut from this week's "DC Films" special could be good news for "Flash" fans.
DC Collectibles reveals Suicide Squad statues, "Batman v Superman" products unleashed and Hasbro takes sides in "Captain America: Civil War."
Artist Kim Jung Gi has crafted triptych covers for February's "Wonder Woman" #49, "Superman/Wonder Woman" #26 and "Justice League: Darkseid War Special" #1.
Snyder will end his five-year run on "Batman" and head over to "Detective Comics," DC Comics' secondary "Batman" title.
Dan DiDio and Jim Lee both posted a cryptic new teaser on their Twitter accounts, containing only the word "Rebirth."
A manufacturer of unlicensed Batmobile replicas has petitioned the high court to review his legal dispute with DC Comics.
DC Comics' bad guys headlining Warner Bros. supervillain film find themselves immortalized in statue form.
The writer tells CBR about his return to "Supergirl" with a new comic based on the CBS series influenced by "Hush" and Hayao Miyazaki films.
The pilot of DC's latest TV superhero epic more than delivers on the action, but doesn't yet let us get to know the characters as people.
DC Comics is revisiting 1993 crossover "Bloodlines," and CSBG has the rundown on ALL of the new characters introduced in the original event.
Phil Klemmer explains why sparks fly between teammates when they're not being heroes and how the show will constantly reinvent itself.
Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo's "Batman" #48 "takes the double-cliffhanger from last month... and makes both situations even tenser."
Wendy Mericle spoke with CBR about the second half of "Arrow" Season 4, the ongoing fight against Damien Darhk and balancing all those characters.
Actor Falk Hentschel tells CBR he took immediately to his character's long-lived perspective -- if not the classic shirtless comics look.
In Amy Chu and Clay Mann's "Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death" #1, Isley finds work at the Gotham Botanical Gardens and meets up with an old friend.
Scott Snyder explains to CBR why Bruce Wayne and the Joker are forever destined to battle each other.
We've got our first look at clips from 2017's "Wonder Woman" movie, starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and Robin Wright.
Geoff Johns rounded up the Justice League of the DC Cinematic Universe in tonight's primetime behind-the-scenes special.
Changes are coming to DC Comics' "Grayson," with Tim Seeley & Tom King stepping off the book and Jackson Lanzing & Collin Kelly coming on board.
It's a busy month for DC Comics in April, with the "Darkseid War" story ending in "Justice League" and Superman crossover "Super League" starting.
John Romita Jr. covers the DCU, Superman forms a "Super League," "Green Lantern" teases a new era for Hal Jordan, and more!
"Arrow" co-showrunner and "Legends of Tomorrow" co-creator Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR TV about the time traveling series and new comics work.
DC Entertainment has announced it will celebrate Free Comic Book Day with special editions of "Suicide Squad" #1 and "DC Super Hero Girls: Finals Crisis."
NASCAR's Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson will drive Batman and Superman cars five days before the release of "Batman v Superman."
Jim Lee teams with writer Rob Williams for an upcoming Harley Quinn/Suicide Squad one-shot, also featuring art by Sean Galloway.
"Bloodlines" was a major event for DC Comics in 1993, and the publisher is revisiting the title and concept for a new miniseries staring in April.
Cullen Bunn, Brad Walker & Neil Edwards' "Sinestro" #19 from DC Comics sees Superman and Wonder Woman fighting Sinestro's war.
Check out the range of products being offered in theaters for "Batman v Superman," including cups, popcorn buckets, water bottles and more.
"Supergirl" star Jeremy Jordan spoke with CBR News about Winn Schott's dark heritage, the Toyman's arrival, and James Olsen bromance.
Batman has a run-in with a giant crustacean in "Man from U.N.C.L.E." #5 and the League of Assassins hits Blüdhaven in "Injustice: Year Five" #5.
Director David Ayer and the cast of the forthcoming DC Comics film share stylish new artwork for the Worst. Heroes. Ever.