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DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #19, the final issue from Paul Cornell and Scott McDaniel with covers by Patrick Gleason and Gene Ha. The bizarre story of The Absence concludes February 12.
Today, DC Comics revealed another new piece of art from the highly anticipated "Batwoman" #1 while sharing more details from the series' creative team of J.H. Williams, W. Haden Blackman and Amy Reeder.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Red Robin" #19 by writer Fabian Nicieza with art and cover by Marcus To and Ray McCarthy. Red Robin falls into the world of the Unternet Wednesday, January 12.
Grant Morrison teases future team-ups and what's to come in the pages of his new ongoing series "Batman Incorporated," including the return of El Gaucho, Chief Man-of Bats and the debut of the Batman of Africa.
DC Comics has announced their "Batman Beyond" ongoing series will be available through comiXology, PSN and DCComics.com simultaneously with printed issues hitting store shelves, sharing the cover price of $2.99.
This week's PIPELINE touches on DC Comics’ new letters columns, Fantagraphics' upcoming Carl Barks hardcovers, more trouble in bookstore land, the unintended consequences of $3.99 day and date digital comics and more.
DC Comics has released an advance preview of "DC Universe Online Legends" #1 by Tony Bedard, Marv Wolfman, Howard Porter and Adriana Melo. The series, with covers by Ed Benes and Ryan Sook, debuts February 2.
DC has unveiled David Finch's cover for "Action Comics" #900 featuring the return of Superman to the title, which has been a Lex Luthor showcase for nearly a year, in a 50 page story by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Superboy" #3. The issue, written by Jeff Lemire and illustrated by Pier Gallo, features covers by Phil Noto and Dustin Nguyen and hits stores tomorrow, January 5.
Chip Kidd and his new "Shazam" book are the focus of this week's Pop!, with the writer/designer discussing the origins of the tome, the relevance of Captain Marvel and the likelihood of a Max Fleischer Superman album.
Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's legendary "Flex Mentallo" miniseries finally sees collected form in Fall of 2011 as Vertigo has announced a Deluxe Hardcover edition including special bonus materials.
A new promo image for the CW's long-running "Smallville" showcases the instantly recognizable Superman suit and signals the series' return to airwaves this January 29.
The "Hellblazer" writer will bring his brand of high concept storytelling to the DC Universe again in 2011 with a "Red Lanterns" series described as looking into "the boiling brains of his napalm-blooded corps."
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #17, written by Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi with art by Ivan Reis, Pat Gleason, Ardian Syaf and more. DC's event series continues Wednesday, January 5.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" #6 by Peter J. Tomasi, Fernando Pasarin and Cam Smith. Red and Green continue their quest together next Wednesday, January 12.
The fan forum at the back of DC Comics is back this year, and DC's Co-Publishers explain to CBR News exclusively how the move builds community, ties in with $2.99 and goes along with other big plans for 2011.
As the clock ticks down on 2010, CBR ranks the top ten stories that had readers, retailers and creators buzzing from the past 12 months from DC's restructuring to the advent of a major legal digital marketplace and more!
Writer JT Krul spoke with CBR News about his ongoing "Green Arrow" series, the title's upcoming arc tying into "Brightest Day" and what's to come for Oliver Queen once the Brightest Day ends enters it's twilight.
Reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "The Flash" #8 4 stars saying Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins tale of the Reverse-Flash gives readers a tale of "an extremely dangerous man, and one that is certainly mad to boot."
The peace-keeping Green Lantern from the original comic series makes his way to the big screen in a special tease from Geoff Johns' recent comics that's been making the rounds online.
Greg McElhatton gave "Detective Comics" #872 a 4 star review, calling the second installments of Scott Snyder, Jock and Francesco Francavilla's first story arcs "from start to finish...an excellent comic."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Gotham City Sirens" #18 by Peter Calloway, Andres Guinaldo and Bit with a cover by Guillem March. Zatanna and Talia al Ghul return on December 29.
The writer/artist behind DC's latest ongoing Batman series, David Finch swings by CBR to uncover what obscure heroes help drive the supernatural tone of "The Dark Knight" plus an exclusive preview of the first issue.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawiaza gave Paul DIni and Cliff Chiang's "Zatanna" #8 a 5 star review saying that as much as he's been a big fan and supporter of the series thus far, "with this issue, the bar has been raised."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #872. The issue, by writer Scott Snyder and artists Jock and Francesco Francavilla, hits December 29 with a cover by Jock.
Chad Nevett reviewed the second issue of "Batman, Inc.," giving the comic 4 stars while declaring that writer Grant Morrison and artist Yanick Paquette's work on the title is resulting in "just flat-out good comics."
Aaron Lopresti, Kevin Van Hook and Kevin Maguire spoke with us about their upcoming miniseries exploring the various facets of the DCU, from the depths of Earth's sewers to the far reaches of space.
DC Comics has released a preview of "The Flash" #8 by Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins with covers by Kolins and Stanley "Artgerm" Lau. The issue, a prelude to next year's "Flashpoint" event, hits stores Wednesday, December 29.
Scott Snyder, the writer helming DC Comics' namesake title, explained to CBR how a character from Commissioner Gordon's past and the villain challenging Dick Grayson's Batman both represent the same darkness of Gotham City.
DC Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at two new comics hitting the stands December 22 - the "Brightest Day" tie-in "Justice League: Generation Lost" #16 and "Teen Titans: Cold Case."
DC Comics has released a preview for "Power Girl" #19 by writer Judd Winick and artist Sami Basri. Kara enlists the aid of the JLI in this "Generation Lost" tie-in issue hitting stands Wednesday, December 22.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in March 2011, including the opening salvo of "War of the Green Lanterns," the latest from "Brightest Day" and more.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle's final issue of "Supergirl" a 4.5 star review, saying "the finale - 'The Day I Needed Supergirl' - makes for a nice reflection on the run of the series."
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive five-page preview of this Wednesday's "Batman Incorporated" #2 by writer Grant Morrison and artist Yanick Paquette.
Incoming series writer Phil Hester told CBR News that his goal during the course of his run on "Wonder Woman" is to firmly re-establish the Amazon princess in the upper echelon of comic book heroes.
In anticipation of next month's "Steel" one-shot, ROBOT 6's Sean T. Collins considers the character he calls "one of the most undervalued characters and designs in DC’s pantheon."
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "Batman" #705 a 3.5 star rating, saying writer/artist Tony Daniel's work on the series has resulted in "a solid, entertaining book [that] at the end of the day, is just plain fun."
In the holiday edition of CBR's regular talks with Geoff Johns, he let us know where we'll see Aquawar unfold, who's featured in "War of the Green Lanterns," what to look forward to in the Green Lantern film and more.
Tony Daniel spoke with CBR TV about his role on "Batman," the differences between creating a book for DC Comics and a creator owned series, working alongside Grant Morrison, the medical scare that threatened his career and more.
DC Comics has announced that the up-and-comer is moving away from his incoming run on the Made of Might's monthly series after one issue to focus on other work while writer James Peaty will replace him.