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Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado bring "a gorgeous new appearance" for the Metal Men in "Justice League" #28.
Superstar artist David Finch discusses "Forever Evil," the blockbuster event written by Geoff Johns, and his love for Batman and the Crime Syndicate.
With the League still out of commission, new heroes rise to fill the void in DC Comics' "Justice League" #28 by Geoff Johns & Ivan Reis, on sale Feb. 19!
The incoming "Superman" team of Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr. talk to CBR News about exploring "unknown territory" with DC's first superhero.
Klaus Janson discusses his role on the all-star "Superman" creative team with Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr., and shares a message to Frank Miller.
Broadway performer Carlos Valdes has been cast as Cisco Ramon -- better known as Vibe -- in the upcoming CW drama "The Flash."
DC has confirmed that Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. will be the next creative team to take on the Man of Steel in "Superman" this summer.
Leaked video screens and piece of artwork indicate Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. are slated to take over DC Comics' "Superman" title.
Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado's "Justice League" #27 brings a focus on Cyborg, delivering "a damn fine read filled with bombastic fun."
"Forever Evil" continues to rock the DCU as a barely functional Cyborg tries to stop the Crime Syndicate in "Justice League" #27 by Geoff Johns & Ivan Reis!
The second Blue Beetle plays a role in "Justice League" after "Forever Evil" ends, according to writer Geoff Johns. ROBOT 6 has details.
It's Wonder Woman vs. a Parademon horde in a new clip from the soon-to-be-released animated feature "Justice League: War."
Geoff Johns discusses what Lex Luthor brings as the surprising new leader of the Justice League, and comments on DC's busy TV slate.
In the wake of the Crime Syndicate's rampage across Earth, the Justice League finds itself with an unlikely new member: Lex Luthor.
Director Jay Oliva and producer James Tucker spoke with CBR TV about the upcoming "Justice League: War," DC's first New 52 animated feature.
Jeff Parker discusses writing DC Comics' post-Geoff Johns "Aquaman," picking up the threads from "Death Of A King" and heading into "Seven Seas."
The Crime Syndicate stalks Nightwing as "Forever Evil" blackens "Justice League" #25 by writer Geoff Johns and artist Doug Mahnke.
Grant Gustin, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg discuss Barry Allen's "Arrow" debut, and address Nightwing speculation.
Geoff Johns' final issue of "Aquaman" sets the stage for next year's "Justice League" event, "Rise Of The Seven Seas."
DC Entertainment chief creative officer Geoff Johns ends his writing "Aquaman" run with the conclusion of "Death of a King," on sale Nov. 27.
Batman deals with the guilt of Nightwing’s identity being revealed in the latest chapter of the DC Comics event by Geoff Johns & David Finch.
With DC’s roster of titles falling below the magic "52," ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant considers which characters might be called up to fill out the line.
With three issues down and four to go, Geoff Johns talks "Forever Evil" with CBR News, and what it's like getting in Lex Luthor's head.
DC chief creative officer Geoff Johns talks five of the DC Comics-based shows in development, including "The Flash," "Gotham" and "Hourman."
Geoff Johns and David Finch continue "Forever Evil" with "a sinisterly enjoyable entry in an already well-constructed event."
The trailer for animated feature "Justice League War," based on Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's first "Justice League" arc, shows the team coming together.
Paul Pelletier brings life to Geoff Johns' penultimate issue of "Aquaman," a story that's "one of the strongest within an already-impressive title."
Geoff Johns, Paul DIni, Guillermo del Toro and more explain what makes a great bad guy in a clip from "Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics."
Ultraman's origin features in a preview for the Crime Syndicate-themed issue of "Justice League" #24 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
Geoff Johns and David Finch continue their "Forever Evil" saga with the second issue, as the creative team expands the role of the Crime Syndicate and set up Lex Luthor for a greater role.
One day before "Forever Evil" #2 hits stores, writer and DC Entertainment chief creative officer discusses the miniseries' latest developments and what Captain Cold likes to do on his day off.
DC Comics has released a first look at "Forever Evil" #2 by writer Geoff Johns and artist David Finch. The Crime Syndicate continues their hostile takeover October 2.
Longtime Vancouver Sun editorial cartoonist Roy Peterson passes away. Victor Gorelick on his five decades at Archie! Interviews with Geoff Johns, Craig Thompson and Rachel Deering! Plus more!
Tony Bedard discusses his and co-writer Geoff Johns' DC Villains month one-shots starring Aquaman nemeses Black Manta and Ocean Master, the thought process behind fleshing out the character of Orm and more.
As he prepares to take over the series from Geoff Johns, writer Jeff Parker has plans to make "Aquaman's" world bigger with an expanded rogues gallery, new threats for king and country and plenty of shark punching.
As Villains Month enters its final round, DC Comics has released a preview for "Justice League of America" #7.4 featuring the return of Black Adam. Written by Geoff Johns and Sterling Gates, the issue hits Sept. 25.
Fourth annual Cincinnati Comic Expo kicks off Friday! Geoff Johns talks "Forever Evil" and Lex Luthor! Fred Van Lente on "Brain Boy"! Braden Lamb and Shelli Paroline on "Adventure Time"! Plus much more!
Writer Sterling Gates tells CBR about his upcoming Villains Month issues with a focus on Killer Frost, Black Adam in "Justice League" and the mysterious Secret Society in "Justice League of America."
Geoff Johns and David Finch usher in DC's newest line-wide event with "Forever Evil" #1, which contains some "truly impressive story work," despite some confusion as to the timeline of events.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant dives into DC Comics' latest event series, "Forever Evil," calling the first issue "a somber mix of the depressingly familiar, with a few flashes of innovation hinting at future improvement."