"Batman's" Gotham Was... Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
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In CSBG's examination comic book lore beginnings, discover the debut of Wonder Woman's invisible jet, the first time she exclaimed "Merciful Minerva!" and the start of her DIana Prince alter ego.
Peter Milligan spoke with CBR about the future of "Stormwatch," revisiting the classic "Justice League" "one punch" moment, Apollo and Midnighter's burgeoning relationship and the imminent departure of a team member.
DC has released a vast array of new covers including Jim Lee's "Justice League" #11, Frazer Irving's "The Shade" #10 variant and a diverse offering of "Before Watchmen" by Phil Jimenez, Joshua Middletown and José Luis García-López.
"Nightwing" writer Kyle Higgins talks to THE BAT SIGNAL about the aftermath of "Night of the Owls," the upcoming "Republic Of Tomorrow, Today," and his in-book response to real-world criticisms.
Doug Zawisza gives "Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E." #10 by Matt Kindt 4 stars, saying the art by Alberto Ponticelli "continues to celebrate a sketchy quality that enhances the edginess of these adventures."
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Wonder Woman" #10. The issue, by Brian Azzarello, Kano and Tony Akins with Cliff Chiang on cover art, goes on sale June 20.
Greg McElhatton gives "American Vampire: Lord of Nightmares" #1 4 stars, calling the issue by Scott Snyder an Dustin Nguyen "a crucial new chapter that fits in well with everything else that we've seen so far."
Stephanie Brown will join the Dark Knight's first appearance in DC's digital-first "Smallville Season 11" #5 by Brian Q. Miller with art by ChrisCross.
Doug Zawisza gives the game-changing "Batman" #10 4.5 stars, saying series writer Scott Snyder "has done a masterful job adding depth to Gotham and to Batman."
Greg McElhatton gives "The Shade" #9 4 stars, calling the endeavor by James Robinson and Frazer Irving a "thoroughly enjoyable and high quality mini-series since its debut."
John Mayo goes in-depth with May's numbers, examining the halo-effect of "AvX" and "Night of the Owls," explaining why "Earth 2" sales numbers may climb even higher and looking at the "Walking Dead" sales phenomenon.
As "Night of the Owls" circles back to the core Bat-book, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo permanently change Bruce Wayne's world. Spoiler Warning! This article contains major spoilers about the events of "Batman" #10.
CBR spoke to James Tynion IV about writing "Talon," spinning out from the pages of "Batman," which tells the story of Calvin Rose, an assassin built but not broken by the Court of Owls.
Augie looks ahead to three titles from Robert Kirkman's Image imprint, as well as the collected editions DC Comics will release this fall, not the least of which is an Amanda Conner art book.
Marvel and DC continue to dominate the sales charts in May, with "AvX," "Batman" and related tie-ins and crossovers filling seven of the top ten slots while Johns and Lee's "Justice League" hardcover tops the trades.
DC has released a preview of "The Shade" #9 by James Robinson with art by Frazer Irving. The Shade returns to London for the final chapter of the miniseries on June 13.
The team-up "Smallville" fans clamored for for years but never saw due to legal hurdles finally occurs when Clark Kent meets Batman and Robin in the pages of DC Comics' digital-first "Smallville: Season 11" #5.
With Warner Bros. announcing plans to continue its development of the DC cinematic universe, CBR looks at the vast tapestry of the DC Universe's female heroes to see who could anchor their own franchise.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in September, 2012, including all of the publisher's Zero Issues, the latest from Before Watchmen, "American Vampire" and more.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives DC's digital-first "Legends of the Dark Knight" #1 by Damon Lindelof and Jeff Lemire 5 stars, calling the introductory issue "extremely good and definitely memorable."
"Captain Atom," "Resurrection Man" and "Voodoo" will end with their September-releasing #0 issues, joining "Justice League International" in DC Comics’ second wave of New 52 cancellations. ROBOT 6 has the details.
DC Comics has released its Green Lantern group solicits featuring a new Green Lantern sporting an arabic tattoo, who was featured in the publisher's Free Comic Book Day 2012 issue.
DC Comics Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss the surprises held in the May sales numbers for print and digital, "Animal Man's" hit status, the grand scheme of digital comics and Zero Month planning.
Marvel's mega AvX event grew in its performance while DC's "Batman Inc." debuted as a top ten finisher in the May, 2012 sales rankings with orders topping 100K. UPDATED with the Top 300 Comics rankings.
Why DC doesn't play to change its collections policy! Why piracy isn't the same as borrowing comics from a library! What New 52 titles might be on the chopping block! Plus much more!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Paul Cornell and Diogenes Neves' "Demon Knights" #10, guest starring King Arthur! The issue goes on sale June 13.
Brian Cronin and Chad Nevett kick off their new "Before Watchmen" joint-review column with a look at Darwyn Cooke's Before Watchmen: Minutemen" #1
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant considers the history and role of Alan Scott in the DC universe in light of the announcement that Earth 2's Green Lantern is gay.
With a deal having been struck between Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros. Consumer Products will now be able to produce products based on the iconic 60s "Batman" TV series. Can DVDs be far behind?
Artist Jeff Lemire discusses his work with "Prometheus" scribe Damon Lindelof on DC Comics' digital-first Batman comic, "Legends of the Dark Knight," sharing insight into their take on Gotham City's protector.
CBR gets a sneak peek at upcoming DC Universe fighting game "Injustice: Gods Among Us" from NetherRealm Studios, DC Entertainment and WB Games in 2013.
Following the disappointing box-office performance by 2011's "Green Lantern," Warner Bros. is still deciding whether to bring back star Ryan Reynolds for a sequel, or to reintroduce the superhero in some other way.
With the addition in September of "Talon," "Sword of Sorcery, "The Phantom Stranger" and "Team Seven," DC Comics' core line will at least temporarily expand beyond its 52-title goal.
DC Comics celebrates one year of the New 52 in September with "Zero Month," featuring origin #0 issues & new series starring the Phantom Stranger, Amethyst, Team Seven & "Night of the Owls" spinoff "Talon," Dan DiDio tells CBR.
Writer and artist Walter Simonson discusses his upcoming time-spanning DC Comics original graphic novel "The Judas Coin," his foray into manga and other art styles, and more.
Doug Zawisza gives "Earth 2" #2 4 stars saying James Robinson and Nicola Scott "celebrate the building of the world, giving both long-term and new readers just cause and ample opportunity to join in along the way."
Writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti spoke to CBR News about their new DC Comics miniseries "Phantom Lady" and revisiting the Freedom Fighters in the New 52 DC Universe.
Doug Zawisza gives "Swamp Thing" #10 by Scott Snyder and Francesco Francavilla 4.5 stars, saying Francavilla's art "takes control of Snyder's story and makes it his own."
CBR Reviewer Greg McElhatton tackles the creative output of DC's "Before Watchmen: Minutemen," and decides Darwyn Cooke's first issue will "turn out to be one of the top-tier comics in the bunch."