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The DCU Senior Vice President - Executive Editor invites CBR into his office for a lengthy two-part chat covering "Blackest Night," the future of marquee characters from Superman to the Flash, and exactly what's up with Aquaman.
CBR News speaks with thrash metal icon Scott Ian about his two-part "Lobo: Highway to Hell" mini series, making the jump from music to comics, who he thinks should play Lobo in the forthcoming movie, and much more.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks in September, 2009. Total sales are up from last month, with DC Comics in the top comic spot with "Blackest Night" and "Buffy" leading the TPB charts.
The "Adventure Comics" incoming writer is crafting the title's first ever annual and has already penned a "Superman/Batman" annual slated for next summer, which will feature a character from "Batman Beyond."
In the second of our two-part series speaking with the artists behind the forthcoming "The Flash," Kolins talks about his return to Wally West's life, the new costume, drawing "speed," a certain evil gorilla Rogue, and more.
In the first of a two-part series speaking with the artists behind the forthcoming "The Flash," Manapul shares details about drawing Barry Allen instead of Wally West, shifting artistic gears for the new title, and more.
Andy Mangels explores the 12 Triumphs of Wonder Woman Day, the annual all-ages event benefiting victims of domestic violence. Wonder Woman Day takes place this Sunday in Portland and New Jersey, and fans can bid on original art online.
Matthew Sturges can't wait to start writing Earth's jerkiest hero, The Web, a character that mixes equal parts Han Solo and Tony Stark with a bit of Bruce Wayne for good measure - what's not to love?
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in January 2010, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Justice League of America," "Astro City: The Dark Age," "Joe the Barbarian" and much more.
The global economic crisis throws a wrench in the gears of the Ryan Reynolds- starring action epic, forcing the Warner Brothers to look for a new location to shoot Hal Jordan's first flight
With his first story arc having recently wrapped up, Miller spills the beans on the new Batgirl, speaking to CBR News about the cast, the cornerstone themes and the somewhat hasty exit of the previous Batgirl, Cassandra Cain.
Tony Bedard has been unleashing an epic battle in the opening story arc of the critically acclaimed "R.E.B.E.L.S.," and an upcoming crossover with "Blackest Night" should expose the title to a much wider audience.
DC's Ian Sattler was joined by Franco, Len Wein and others to drop a little knowledge and have a lot of fun on the last day of the Baltimore Comic-Con, teasing a new project from Wein, verifying more "Jonah Hex" collections & more.
Batman has guns. Black Canary is black. And Chop Chop is leading the Blackhawks. Welcome to Brian Azzarello’s pulp inspired DCU where the writer is the only one with superpowers.
From the new "Stand" series at Marvel event to DC's "Blackest Night" comics cavalcade to the reveal of the mystery villain behind "Image United," CBR brings all the news from one of the biggest mainstream comics events of the year. UPDATING
Saturday afternoon at Baltimore Comic-Con, DC Nation brought the news, announcements, Ketchup-flavored chips, and a naked Batman Mego down by the Nation’s Capitol. CBR has all the details.
Recently named as new co-writer of "Action Comics," alongside Greg Rucka, CBR checked in with Eric Trautmann to see where his head was at now that he's writing arguably the most important title in the history of comics.
At Saturday’s DC Nation panel, held during the Long Beach Comic Con, DC made two announcements with Didio & Tan on “The Outsiders” and an expanded “The Flash” title with Johns, Manapul & Kollins.
In this week's column, we look at the cast of the Wonder Woman Universe, both Amazonian and otherwise; who the characters are and how they've developed, how they fit into Diana's universe and, on a meta level, into ours as well.
An accomplished storyboard artist who worked on "Superman/Doomsday,” “Green Lantern: First Flight” and more, Sam Liu takes over the director’s chair for “Superman/Batman: Public Enemies."
Sony Online Entertainment has revealed their latest character design from the upcoming DCU Online MMORPG: Oliver Queen, aka Green Arrow. CBR has the screenshots & character sheets.
Writer Chuck Kim, whose career has spanned editing James Robinson and Tony Harris’ "Starman" to most recently working as a writer on NBC’s "Heroes," shares news about the new "Justice League of America 80-Page Giant."
Veteran TV writer Stan Berkowitz has a long history with DC’s animated properties and his latest project hits stores this week in the form of the direct to video feature, "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies."
CBR News talks with Kevin Conroy who reprises his role as Batman once again in the Bruce Timm-produced “Superman/Batman: Public Enemies” direct to DVD animated film, on sale later this week.
Carol A. Strickland joins CBR for a Friday edition of WONDER OF WONDERS to examine the convoluted history of Wonder Woman and provide her thoughts on how to clean it up while simultaneously building up and strengthening the character.
The Eisner Award winning writer shares details about his roster in "Justice League of America" and why superheroes like Cave Carson, Doctor Mid-Nite, Plastic Man and The Flash may be taking their turns for monitor duty too.
Paul Pope, who wrote and illustrated an Adam Strange strip for the weekly series, explains how he channeled Steve Ditko and Carl Jung to tell his story, and Mark Chiarello joins us with some final thoughts on “Wednesday Comics.”
CBR News catches up with Matthew Sturges and Freddie E. Williams II, the writer/artist team that will be bringing "JSA All-Stars" to comic books stores in December.
The British artist has confirmed he will be drawing “Batman and Robin” #10-12, following up preceding arcs by Frank Quitely, current artist Philip Tan and Cameron Stewart on the popular DC Comics title.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in December 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batgirl," "The Authority: The Lost Year," "Daytripper" and much more.
Brian Hibbs looks back at what Paul Levitz has meant to the Direct Market over the last few decades, and what his exit from DC's executive branch may mean, not only for DC Comics, but for the entire comic book publishing industry.
This week: Here comes the new DC, same as the old DC?; Original graphic novels - threat or menace?; lunatic fringes on the tea party doilies; plus APE, Bertolt Brecht, who's rich now, other notes and the Comics Cover Challenge.
The spotlight falls this week on the Superman strip DC chose to bring its high-concept "Wednesday Comics" to the masses via USA Today. Writer John Arcudi and artist Lee Bermejo talk to CBR about the Man of Steel.
The superstar writer behind “Blackest Night,” “The Flash: Rebirth,” “Adventure Comics” and “Superman: Secret Origin,” Geoff Johns is ready to come back for another round of Q&As with CBR readers, and he needs your questions!
Despite the waves caused by the formation of DC Entertainment, director Sylvain White confirms for CBR News that Frank Miller's "Ronin" is still coming to the big screen - just not panel for panel.
Cameron Stewart is illustrating the third arc of Grant Morrison’s bestselling “Batman and Robin” series, following Frank Quitely and Philip Tan. CBR News spoke with the artist about life in the Batverse.
The Main Man may be getting his own movie, and Keith Giffen couldn’t be more pleased. CBR News spoke with Lobo’s co-creator about the news that Guy Ritchie is to direct a movie based on the DC antihero.