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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.
General Motors has filed trademark applications that have fueled speculation that the company may roll out an automotive tie-in to "Dawn of Justice."
Our first look at the "Flash" and "Arrow" spinoff has arrived and it's packed with scenes that will make your jaw drop and fist pump.
CBS has released new photos from the show, along with the series' official synopsis and airtime.
"Merlin" alum Bradley James discusses Lowell's association with the evil Blaine and his readiness to one day succumb to full-on zombie rage.
Actor Rick Cosnett discusses his character's trauma at the hands of the Reverse-Flash, and whether it may ultimately push Eddie over the edge.
Green Arrow's quips fly nearly as fast as his weaponry in this exclusive look at the new animated film.
Based on the DC/Vertigo series, the drama finds the one-time King of Hell relieving boredom by helping the LAPD punish criminals.
Ahead of tonight's episode, Grodd and Detective West have a discussion about parents, guns and bananas.
Adam Beach and Jay Hernandez are confirmed as bringing Slipknot and El Diablo to life in director David Ayer's Warner Bros. movie.
In addition to "Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles," Machinima will produce an adaptation of "Dial H For Hero" and a reality show based on "Starman."
Ben McKenzie and David Mazouz discuss Season One with CBR, how Gordon and the future Batman's relationship has grown and how much further it has to go.
Another piece of art from "Dawn of Justice" has surfaced, this time featuring a new look at the film's Wonder Woman design.
Does the latest photo to leak from the set of David Ayer's film offer a first glimpse of Smith's supervillain assassin or a different character altogether?
Our first look at Smith's Deadshot, in his civilian guise of Floyd Lawton, has surfaced from the set of the David Ayer's-directed film.
Veteran writer Gerry Conway has written a public criticism for DC Comics' policies towards credit and equity of a main character on "The Flash."
Casey Gilly shares her hopes for DC Entertainment's new girl-focused initiative, and her concerns for where it could go off the tracks.
Following last night's consequential episode of "Arrow," Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim provides insight on the biggest reveals.
This fall, DC and WB will release digital content, TV specials, made-for-videos, publishing, toys, apparel and more designed just for girls.
Jada Pinkett-Smith's character sports an all-new, punk-inspired look as Fish prepares for the events of "Gotham's" final Season One episodes.
Will Friedle also discusses his time as "Batman Beyond," returning to live-action for "Girl Meets World" and the honor of working with Peter Cullen.
A cell phone recording of the anticipated 2016 release arrived online late Thursday, ahead of Warner Bros.' planned Monday debut.
Patty Jenkins, once on board to direct Marvel Studios' "Thor" sequel, has joined "Wonder Woman" following the departure of Michelle MacLaren.
Reports that the network has officially axed the fledgling DC Entertainment drama are premature according to showrunner Daniel Cerone.
Noted television director Michelle MacLaren, who was to develop and direct "Wonder Woman," has left the film due to creative differences.
The cast and crew discuss Bruce and Damian's relationship, why Talon is "Batman with no rules" and more. Plus, an exclusive clip from the film!