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We're a little more than a year away from the release of the "Green Lantern" movie, and it appears as though the official synopsis for the highly anticipated Warner Bros. film has hit the internet. SPINOFF has the details.
On the eve of Memorial Day weekend, DC Comics announced a series of one-shots which will celebrate some of the publisher's most illustrious war-themed comics. CBR News spoke with some of the creators involved. UPDATED
The writer behind "Streets of Gotham" and "Gotham City Sirens" swing by CBR's ongoing Bat-Column to explain what it takes to dig into villains like Hush, what hidden past will haunt Batman's future and how Poison Ivy will grow this summer.
DC Comics announced today that they will be resurrecting a number of their classic war-themed titles as one-shots in September, including "Weird War Tales," "Our Army at War" and more. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Nemesis: The Imposters" #4, the finale of the miniseries by Ivan Brandon and Cliff Richards with Daniel Luvisi on covers. The series concludes Thursday, June 3.
With the Ryan Reynolds film well underway, Warner Brothers and Cartoon Network are planning on a full scale Hal Jordan blitz with a new animated series set to follow the big screen movie's lead.
CBR spoke with Tony Harris who explained his unique process of delivering photorealistic art to "Ex Machina" and how he feels about closing the door on the Eisner Award winning series from WildStorm Publications.
A Warner Brothers executive is talking up Barry Allen as the next big DC film, but will he beat Aquaman to the screen and will Geoff Johns be at the starting line when it comes time to script?
DC Comics has just released penciled pages from the legendary Neal Adams' first issue of "Batman: Odyssey." The miniseries, written and drawn by Adams, will hit stores everywhere Wednesday, June 7.
Presenting all of the original strips in sequential order, the 200-page oversized "Wednesday Comics" hardcover hits comic book stores today. We spoke with Mark Chiarello about the impressive accomplishment.
Brightest Day is in full swing and DC Comics has released a 6-page preview of "Green Lantern" #54 by Geoff Johns, Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy. The issue hits stores tomorrow, May 26.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Gotham City Sirens" #12, written by Tony Bedard with art by Peter Ngyuen and a Guillem March cover. The issue goes on sale tomorrow, May 26.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Detective Comics" #865 by David Hine and Jeremy Haun with a co-feature by Greg Rucka and Cully Hamner. The issue hits stores tomorrow, May 26.
DC Comics has released a 6-page preview of "The Return of Bruce Wayne" #2, on sale this week from the creative team of writer Grant Morrison and artist Frazer Irving with covers by Irving and Andy Kubert.
Scott Kolins' original five-issue run on "Magog" has been cut to two with the title's cancellation, but he told CBR exclusively that DC Comics will publish a double-sized JSA one-shot to finish his epic story.
Jonah Hex in the JLA? The Man of Steel Returns? The season finale of "Fringe" featured a trip to an alternate reality where even the comics were a bit twisted.
With a brand-new tale starring Denny Colt and drawn by Kyle Baker to his credit, the legendary Harlan Ellison remembers his connection to The Spirit, his friendship with Will Eisner and the Spirit movie that never was.
CBR looks back with writer Matt Sturges following the first arc on the recently launched "JSA All-Stars" series and he teases what's still to come for the DCU's youngest society of legacy heroes in training.
The artist behind the all-caveman Batman adventure that kicks off "The Return of Bruce Wayne" opens up about his early Batman gigs, his personal criticisms of his own work and returning at last to "Tom Strong."
Writer JT Krul spoke with CBR TV about his future plans with Aspen, living up to Michael Turner's legacy, the change in direction he's currently helming on DC Comics' "Green Arrow," his time working on "Seinfeld" and more.
Jeff Lemire spoke to CBR about the new August-launching ongoing "Superboy" series he's writing for DC Comics, saying it will be based in Smallville during the first year, featuring several notable guest appearances.
After nearly six years, DC Comics efforts in manga publishign will close in July as CMX is the latest victim of the shrinking manga market, and CBR has official word from co-publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in August 2010, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Superman: Earth One," "Green Lantern" and more.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman: Streets of Gotham" #12, featuring stories by Paul Dini, Marc Andreyko, Dustin Nguyen and Jeremy Haun.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reviews four big releases from DC this week, including the first issues of "The Return Of Bruce Wayne," "Birds of Prey" and "Justice League: Generation Lost."
The star of Broadway's current hit Green Day musical "American Idiot" and the "Arrested Development" funnyman enlist as Union army officers out for modern justice in June's "Jonah Hex" movie.
As Quentin Turnbull, the Southern rebel villain of "Jonah Hex," the acclaimed actor discusses his origins with the picture, his collaboration on set and the driving factors of his comic book villainy.
DC's Teen of Steel is headed back to having his own ongoing series with the award-winning creator of "Essex County" along with artist Pier Gallo kicking things off in August's issue of "Action Comics."
The star of the outlandish adaptation of DC Comics' scarred-up bounty hunter spoke with CBR about earning his spurs in "Jonah Hex," how they'll update the Western and what friends he brought along for the ride.
Gail Simone spoke with CBR News about the relaunch of "Birds of Prey" with Ed Benes, what adding Hawk to the team means to the team and which major Bat-villain joins the fray. Here's a hint: This bird can't fly.
Morrison & Sprouse's "The Return of Bruce Wayne" #1 hit stores yesterday and Greg McElhatton gave it 4.5 stars saying "DC is smart to ship a second issue this month...I'm already itching for the next installment."
Eric Wallace's run on "Titans" kicked off with the "Villains for Hire" one-shot, featuring a new team of ne'er-do-wells led by Deathstroke. Things did not end well for the first hero the new Titans faced.
Director Jimmy Hayward and star Josh Brolin took CBR inside the set of their upcoming weird Western adaptation of the classic DC Comics anti-hero, explaining how they plan to upend the traditional Western genre.
Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis begin their highly anticipated run on "Booster Gold" this week with #32. We spoke to the fan favorite writing team about the character, the series, what to expect and more.
DC Comics has released a preview for "The Flash" #2, featuring the next chapter of "Dastardly Death of the Rogues" by writer Geoff Johns and artist Francis Manapul, with a variant cover by Ryan Sook. The issue hits stores this Wednesday.
THE BAT SIGNAL spotlights Grant Morrison as he begins the Dark Knight's history-spanning homecoming back to modern day Gotham City in the highly anticipated six-issue miniseries, "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne."
Writer Christopher Yost shared his thoughts with CBR about the stunning conclusion of his year-long "Red Robin" storyline, the development of the character of Tim Drake and his own departure from the series.
DC Comics has released Chris Sprouse and Karl Story's first four completed pages from the upcoming Grant Morrison scripted Dark Knight time-travel epic, teasing at how caveman Batman is born.
CBR kicks off a new monthly feature called DAYBREAK with Peter Tomasi, co-writer of the 26-issue series joining us for this installment and Geoff Johns, Tomasi's' co-writer, who talked about the rebirth of Aquaman.