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Peter Tomasi & Francis Manapul tell CBR about Batman's New God turn affects his war on crime and why he's finally confronting his greatest enemies.
The apocalypse is coming in "Book of Death," a new era for the Turtles begins in "TMNT," plus many others from DC, Marvel, Dark Horse & more.
We continue to count down your picks for the top DC Comics characters of all-time. We're now in the Top 20 -- come see who made it!
Take your Halloween costume to the next level with these makeup video tutorials on characters from Marvel, DC Comics and other franchise films.
Cara Delevingne's "Suicide Squad" character is the latest to star on her own magazine cover.
Zoom is here! But who is "The Flash's" mysterious evil speedster? We take a look at his comic book past in order to gain insight into his television future.
Will the metahuman Suicide Squad member make an appearance in Central City?
The long-awaited comic arrives in November, but the DC Comics Co-Publisher has shared an early look at his art from the series.
Commissioner Gordon lectures a New God-powered Batman in this preview by Peter J. Tomasi and Fernando Pasarin.
"Amazing Spider-Man" #2 is a real pleasure to read, "The Astonishing Ant-Man" #1 delivers a bright, funny introduction and many more reviews.
Flash, Green Lantern, Shazam and Superman take on a whole new energy in these stylish "Darkseid War" one-shot covers from Francis Manapul.
Actor Michelle Veintimilla spoke with CBR News about Firefly's showdown with Jim Gordon and hazardous stunts on the set of the Fox series.
The co-creator of Adult Swim's stop-motion satire discusses the show's third DC Comics special, the new season, and almost playing Nightcrawler.
Prepare for the series premiere of "Supergirl" on CBS by checking out these covers from the past 40 years of DC Comics.
We continue to count down your picks for the top DC Comics character of all-time! Today we look at #30-21 on the list!
DC Collectibles, Mezco, Sideshow Collectibles and Figures Toy Company all make theirs DC this week.
Jim Lee takes on the aged "Dark Knight" Batman and Carrie Kelley in the latest variant cover for "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1.
In honor of Silver Age legend Murphy Anderson's passing, revisit CSBG's piece examining the clever way he hid his signature in his books.
Murphy Anderson, a Hall of Fame artist best known for his work at DC Comics on characters including Hawkman and Zatanna, has passed away at age 89.
Marc Silvestri lent his talents to a new variant for Frank Miller's "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1, seen here in color and black and white.
Cool creators are recommending cool comics all month on CSBG, including "Arrow's" Marc Guggenheim recommending Mike Baron's "Flash" run.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo, DC's dynamic "Batman" duo, discuss the artist's upcoming hiatus, creating Mr. Bloom and what's next for them as a team.
The DC Comics Co-Publisher spoke with CBR about the legacy of Bob Kane, the anticipation level for "Dark Knight III" and the current Bat-books.
Check out CBR's photos of Zack Snyder and Jim Lee paying tribute as Bob Kane posthumously received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Director Zack Snyder talks to CBR News about crafting a new on-screen Caped Crusader for next spring's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio spoke with CBR TV about "Dark Knight III," Lee's return to "All-Star Batman & Robin" and DC Super Hero Girls.
Enjoy such classics as "Brightest Day, Sexiest Night" in this hilarious, but unfortunately fake, infomercial for "Love Songs of the DC Universe."
The Man of Steel may be down for the count in Capullo's "DKIII" variant homaging "Dark Knight Returns'" famous fight.
Producer David S. Goyer says the adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed comic has "a really fantastic" new scriptwriter.
Vertigo's new series "Clean Room" debuts, the spirit of the revolution returns in "The Shield," plus many more from Marvel, DC, Image & more.
Central City's new cop spoke with CBR on her and Barry Allen's romantic tension, coping with metahumans, and how she hopes to avoid Iris/Patty tension.
A look at the changes at DC Comics! Grand Rapids Comic Con warns about shady travel deals! Manga's big presence at New York Comic Con! Plus more!
Sideshow Collectibles has officially unveiled its Aquaman Premium Format Figure, which comes in two varieties: classic, or with the beard and harpoon hand.
Fraction & Zdarsky make "Sex Criminals" #13 another winner, "Batman and Robin Eternal" #2 continues the fast-paced fun, plus many, many more.
CBR takes a deeper look at DC Comics' January 2016 solicitations, ranging from the end of "Robin War" to the start of a new "Green Lantern" series.
Plus, "Dark Knight III" teases a world's Finest team-up, "Batman and Robin Eternal" continues and much more.
Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks' "Superman: Lois and Clark" #1 has "a viable concept... that has legs" in this debut issue.
The first episode of CBS' "Supergirl" isn't perfect but it is "a lot of fun," and has the potential to fly past its sometimes-shaky pilot.
Superman attempts to restore his powers, while Lana Lang and Lois Lane have it out in Tomasi & Mahnke's "Superman/Wonder Woman" #22 from DC.
In his latest spotlight on books released in 1987, Matt Derman examines the new "hoodlum" origin Robin was given after "Crisis on Infinite Earths."