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The full gamut of creators and editors from DC Comics Batman line team up to tell fans at Comic-Con what's ahead for the Dark Knight come September including Grant Morrison and Scott Snyder.
IDW has announced "Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes," a 6-issue mini co-produced with DC Comics. CBR News spoke with writer Chris Roberson about the October crossover.
DC Comics will hold a New 52 panel each day of Comic-Con, and the first was a spirited discussion of fans' concerns and hopes for the relaunch, as Co-Publisher Dan Didio, Paul Cornell, Cliff Chiang, and more faced their audience.
Warner Bros.’ "Man of Steel," the Zack Snyder-directed Superman franchise reboot, will open on June 14, 2013, rather than in December 2012 as widely believed. SPINOFF has details.
At DC's "Flashpoint" panel, Editor Eddie Berganza, JT Krul, Sterling "Spoiler" Gates, Dan Jurgens, and more creators spoke with fans at Comic-Con International about how everything will change—in a Flash!
One of the many questions surrounding DC Comics' September relaunched has been answered with the revelation of the identity of Lois Lane's new boyfriend. (It's not Jimmy Olsen.) ROBOT 6 has details.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio held a pre-con virtual panel on Facebook where he tackled fan questions ranging from the future of Archie's Red Circle heroes, Stephanie Brown's future and more.
DC Comics calls upon Joshua Williamson, Francesco Francavilla and Adam Hughes to bring Sony's Nathan Drake comic book debut to life in November's "Uncharted."
Panelfly debuted two years ago as an elegant comics app for the iPhone. Now, the early comics app returns as both a comics reader and a platform for multimedia storytelling.
CBR News has an exclusive look at art created by Alex Ross in preparation for Warner Bros.' big screen adaptation of DC Comics' Green Lantern mythos.
Artist J. Bone teams with former "Wonder Woman" writer Denny O'Neil to craft a throwback tale for DC Comics' "DC Retroactive: Wonder Woman - The '70s"
A brand-new, fast-paced take on the Man of Steel debuts in December as Grant Morrison describes his reinvention of Superman as a blue collar folk hero with Rags Morales in "Action Comics."
From the origins of DC Comics' relaunch to the bold story changes hitting Superman and the entire DCU, Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee share their grand plan for Comic-Con, advertising and beyond.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with exclusive previews of "Titans" #37 and "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" #9, in stores July 20th.
Dan DiDio on gay characters in the New DCU! The younger, brasher and more brooding" Superman! Captain America required reading! Yen Press' "Interview With a Vampire" adaptation! Plus more!
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the covers for August's "Green Lantern Corps" #63, the final issue of the series before the DCU's September relaunch.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in October, 2011, including every DC Relaunch title, the new Vertigo anthology "Unexpected" and more.
DC Comics has released the solicitation information for Superman titles releasing in October, 2011, including the second issues of "Action Comics," "Superman," "Superboy" and "Supergirl."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Matthew Sturges and Sami Basri's "Power Girl" #26, hitting stores Wednesday, July 20.
We spoke with editor Ben Abernathy about this summer's nostalgic look back at DC Comics' past with an exclusive look at the events "Green Lantern," "Superman" & "Justice League one-shots
Details about the Collector's Edition of the "Batman: Arkham City" have begun to surface, with full details expected to hit during Comic-Con.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Supergirl" #66 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and ChrisCross with an Amy Reeder cover. The issue hits stores July 20.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies" #2, which reveals the origins of the Atlantean and Amazon war.
DC Comics has released their fifth batch of solicitations for the week, this time focusing on the second issues of "Justice League," "Teen Titans," "Wonder Woman" and more!
Doug Zawisza gives Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke's "Green Lantern" #67 4 stars, saying, "It feels good to be excited about the Green Lantern Corps again."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Detective Comics" #879 5 stars calling Scott Snyder and Francesco Francavilla's story "a comic that makes you think and then scares you because of what it makes you think."
Comic-Con International has released the cover art for this summer's souvenir booklet, offering another look at Jim Lee's "Justice League" lineup.
Writer Tony Bedard pits Jaime Reyes against an alien menace in "Blue Beetle," the new series out in September as part of the DC Comics 52 title relaunch.
DC Comics has released cover images and solicitation information for its Green Lantern family of titles being released in October, including the latest from "Green Lantern," "Red Lanterns" and more.
The second wave of DC's relaunch sees novelist and TV writer Gregg Hurwitz redefine Oswald Cobblepot in "Penguin: Pain And Prejudice." CBR talks to Hurwitz about the series and more.
DC Comics will debut 6 pages from Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's "Justice League" in the free "DC Comics - The New 52" preview book hitting stores and Comic-Con on July 20.
Writer James Robinson spoke with CBR News about "The Shade," a 12-issue maxi-series spotlighting the anti-hero from the pages of "Starman" debuting in October from DC Comics.
DC Comics unveils the cover for September's relaunched "Green Lantern," revealing the newest member of the Corps in all their spoilerific glory.
DC Comics continues to hint at its October slate, focusing on its Edge line of books including "Stormwatch," "O.M.A.C.," "Blackhawks" and "All-Star Western."
Augie takes a look at DC Comics' October Bat-titles, wonders how much pro tweeting he's missing, ponders missing "Absolute" editions and looks at Comic-Con International's 2011 programming.
DC Comics continues to shed light on October-releasing issues, focusing on The Dark line of books including "Animal Man," "Swamp Thing" and a new James Robinson-scripted Shade series.