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Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Alan Scott and Kai-Ro will appear on 25 new variant covers in celebration of Green Lantern's 75th anniversary.
Check out some design sheets by legendary Superman artist Curt Swan, teaching other DC Comics artists how to depict the Man of Steel's various expressions.
With "Constantine" officially dead and the show's sets taken down, star Matt Ryan took to Twitter to thank the fans for their support.
Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Emanuela Lupacchino's "Starfire" #1 takes "exactly the right tactic for this character, whose exuberance is infectious."
"Garth Ennis' script is the funniest he's been in ages and John McCrea packs every panel with hilarious details" in "All-Star Section Eight" #1.
The second week of titles from DC Comics' new initiative have arrived, and some major events took place in "Batman," "Earth 2: Society," "Starfire" and more!
A poster-like promotional image for CBS' "Supergirl" has surfaced, featuring Kara Zor-El (Melissa Benoist) flying high among the clouds.
After attending the new NYC con, Brett White reflects on the show's progressive panels and interviews the people behind two of them.
"Batgirl" co-writer Brenden Fletcher and artist Babs Tarr spoke with CBR TV about their book's old school vibe and what to expect after "Convergence."
With Jim Gordon beginning his Batman tenure today, CSBG spotlights five of the least memorable characters to have worn the cowl over the years.
Snyder says Bruce Wayne will return to his and Greg Capullo's "Batman," but not before a new supervillain wreaks havoc on Gotham and Jim Gordon.
"Batman" #41 "is a great opportunity and it feels like Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki are taking full advantage of it."
DC debuts its new Batman, "Secret Wars" barrels forward with "Ghost Racers," plus other previews from DC, Marvel, Image, BOOM! and many more.
Bruce Wayne’s tireless butler is at last taking his place alongside the Dark Knight, Robin and Nightwing as an ARTFX+ statue from Kotobukiya.
Dan DiDio tells CBR News that there are more stories stemming from "Convergence" on the way, bringing with them a clarification of the event's ending.
Dan DiDio talks to CBR about DC Comics' new slate of series, the significance of "Convergence" and the importance of having the publisher under one roof.
With "The Darkseid War" just starting, let's re-visit one of the New God's lesser-known fights, when he got mugged by a couple of punks in a back alley!
DC's "Batman Beyond" & "Midnighter" start strong, Marvel's "Secret Wars" keeps up its momentum, and "Archie" #666 is a wonderful tribute.
The release of DC Comics' "Midnighter" #1 has Joseph Illidge looking back on the relationships of gay comic book heroes.
DC's Chief Creative Officer talks the beginning of "Darkseid War," and how the event story ignited a love for Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters.
Steve Orlando and ACO "take a great deal of care to be inviting, and it pays off" in "Midnighter" #1.
Check out a preview of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #41, featuring the debut of an all-new Batman from DC Comics.
"Action Comics" #41 "may be tied into the overall 'Truth' storyline, but Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder continue to bring their own voice to the title."
The surviving heroes of Earth 2 help create a better Earth in DC's "Earth 2: Society" #1 by Daniel H. Wilson and Jorge Jimenez.
Writers and artists reveal what lies ahead for iconic characters like Superman, Constantine and Black Canary in the new DC Universe.
Writers for DC Comics' diverse line of Batman titles discuss the past, present and future of the Dark Knight.
ROBOT 6's Grumpy Old Fan continues his 30th-anniversary retrospective of "Crisis on Infinite Earths" with a look at the "Double-Size Shocker" Issue 7.
With "Midnighter" #1 now in stores, DC Comics celebrates global LGBT Pride Month festivities with a look back at some of its own milestones.
Dan Jurgens and Bernard Chang's "Batman Beyond" #1 "smoothly blends elements from both the current and future Bat-mythos."
Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda's "The Omega Men" #1 is "complex, but has a real game plan."
The latest take on DC Comics' ultimate outsider mixes alien conspiracies, Justice League battles and strange new characters.
The automaker debuted a commercial this week in South Korea that features Superman, Batman and The Flash -- and widespread destruction.
With the villains increasing in number on "Gotham," here are some allies that could provide James Gordon with some much needed backup.
Heath Corson and Gustavo Duarte's "Bizarro" #1 "will certainly hit the spot for readers jonesing for something different and fun."
The first titles from DC Comics' new initiative have arrived, and here's a look at major moments from "Justice League," "Action Comics" and more.
Dan DiDio and Jim Lee discuss the DC You initiative, and the publisher's drive to reflect real-world diversity in its comics.
In a new interview, WB exec Greg Silverman shares his take on the differences between DC and Marvel's film strategies, "seriousness" and more.
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #41 "is a grand new start, with revelations and jawdroppers aplenty."
CBR spoke with the veteran artist about expanding his writing roles with a dystopian gladiator epic and an underground reinvention of DC's Robin.
The long-awaited "Darkseid War" begins in Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #41, on sale June 3 from DC Comics.