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Joseph Illidge examines the Black male hero archetype through characters published by Image Comics, DC Comics and Marvel.
Following the departure of Brad Globe next spring, DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson will oversee the consumer products division.
Gabrielle Stanton explains that more swift-footed characters is a good thing, enhancing, not detracting from Barry's story. Plus, a new video promo!
The actor believes that the rockiness of the first season is behind the pre-Batman series, paving the way for a stronger Season 2.
Drawing comparisons to "The Office," the workplace comedy is set in the worst insurance company in America -- the DC Universe version.
The star discusses how he grew along with his character, Barry Allen, over the course of the superhero drama's freshman season.
A mysterious plot against the League is revealed, and Wonder Woman spars with Steve Trevor in a pair of clips from the animated film.
A new clip from the animated feature film asks, should the the League save the world - or rule it?
Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon discuss Season Two's increase in villains, Lucius Fox's role in Bruce Wayne's development and more.
Ciara Renee says now is the ideal time to change up the looks and ethnicities of our superheroes to reflect the modern world.
DC's Chief Creative Officer talked about trying to make "The Flash" the most comic book TV show and why he's never going to stop writing comics.
Will Matt Ryan bring John Constantine to Starling City? "Arrow" Executive Producer Wendy Mericle says talks are taking place to make magic happen.
After seeing footage from DC's upcoming "Suicide Squad," CBR rounds up the standout moments that to promise a very different comic book movie.
Jim Lee and Dan DiDio discuss DC Comics after the New 52, Frank Miller's latest Batman epic and legacy creators returning to the fold.
If the trailer for the Zack Snyder-directed "Batman v Superman" wasn't enough for you, check out video of filmmaker and cast in San Diego.
Warner Bros. Television has debuted a video reel featuring the new logo treatments for "Supergirl," "Arrow," "The Flash" and more.
WB/DC shows "The Flash," "Arrow," "Legends of Tomorrow," "Supergirl," "Gotham" and "Vixen" all get the spotlight Saturday night at Hall H.
The new "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" trailer dropped a few big reveals about the direction of the film, and we've laid them out here for you.
The trailer for Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is here, finally explaining the titular conflict. What did you think?
The Comic-Con trailer has arrived for highly anticipated film uniting Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman for the first time on the big screen.
During its Hall H presentation, the studio revealed that more than one Green Lantern is on their way to the big screen.
Geoff Johns, Marc Guggenheim, Mike Allred and more gather at Comic-Con to talk bringing DC Comics to film, TV and video games.
The "Batman v Superman" star will also star and direct in the movie.
New concept art for The CW's upcoming superhero team series adds fuel to speculation regarding Firestorm's status as a Legend of Tomorrow.
The dark reality's Superman concocts the perfect plan to ensure world peace -- whether the world likes it or not.
In addition to panels focused on new DC You titles and various non-comics project, DC Comics also unveiled 10 convention exclusive variants.
The CW's show lineup will get a little more super this October, when "Arrow," "The Flash" and a handful of other shows return with new episodes.
In addition to confirming Common's role in the DC villains film, a new rumor places Clint Eastwood's son in a different role than previously believed
DC Entertainment announces plans to bring back "Batman Day," a Bat-centric event celebrating all things Dark Knight, on September 26, 2015.
The one-time Superman tells CBR "I love being part of the whole Superman lore," and has nothing but praise for Melissa Benoist's Supergirl.
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.
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.
The animated prequel, developed by Warner Bros., DC Entertainment and Machinima, will launch its first season June 8.
After drawing widespread attention last week for its effort to block singer Rihanna from trademarking "Robyn," DC Comics has turned its attention to Gotham.
With interest in the never-shot "Justice League Mortal" at an all-time high, a new film hopes to look at the "Mad Max" director's "almost was" superhero film.
Since McConaughey has said he's open to starring in a superhero movie, here are some heroes he would be all right all right all right at playing.
A few new photos of the "Suicide Squad" set get up close and personal with Deadshot, Killer Coc and Scott Eastwood's as-of-yet unrevealed character.
In its new advertising campaign promoting diversity, DC Entertainment aims for its 24 new titles and 25 ongoing series to have "something for everyone."
A new photo and video provide an early glimpse of what we'll see when Jared Leto and Margot Robbie's characters clash onscreen.