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"Batman: Arkham City" artist Carlos D'anda takes over interior art duties on "Justice League" #8. The issue, with a Jim Lee cover, features Green Arrow vying for membership in the DCU's premiere superhero team.
According to Diamond Comics' shipping lists for the next two weeks, "Justice League" #5, originally set to hit stores January 18, no longer has a release date. ROBOT 6 has details.
With a new arc starting in "Justice League" #7, Geoff Johns and Gene Ha discuss team dynamics in the current DCU, hint at a new villain who attacks the core of the characters and discuss more about the industry's #1 title.
DC Comics reveals the name of the enigmatic hooded figure who haunted the end of "Flashpoint" and every New 52 #1 issue with a promise for more from Pandora in 2012.
From Frank Miller and Roger Stern's Doctor Strange to the completed and never to be published Alan Grant and Frank Quitely Lobo mini, CBR wraps our list of infamous comic book no-shows with the final 15 titles.
Tim provides a series of deep and meaningful - and perhaps random - thoughts about "Justice League," "2000 AD," his return to podcasting, Michael Mann's "The Keep" and the early works of Alan Moore.
DC Entertainment and Diamond Book Distributors pull back the curtain on Jim Lee's "Justice League" t-shirt design for Free Comic Book Day 2012 with an homage image to a classic piece of JLA art.
DC Comics has provided CBR with the exclusive debut of Andy Kubert's variant cover for "Justice League" #4, Kubert's first published work since "Flashpoint" concluded in August.
Acclaimed artist Gene Ha filling in for Jim Lee on "Justice League" #7 and 8 is only the tip of the iceberg for recent creative shifts at DC Comics on titles that include "Men of War" and "Green Arrow."
DC Comics has released the first look at Jim Lee's redesign of Darkseid, the first major villain of Lee and Geoff Johns' New 52 flagship title, "Justice League."
The true star of "Batman Hush Unwrapped" is the artist whose work isn't included in the book: inker Scott Williams. Take a look at some sample panels with Augie and see how much an inker adds to the final comic product.
Doug Zawisza gives Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's second issue of "Justice League" 4 stars, saying the comic "does a good job mixing the [still-forming League's] personalities and action."
CBR spoke exclusively with DC Comics and Vertigo creators and editors at the official DC red carpet party at New York Comic Con, celebrating the successful launch of the publisher's New 52
This month, see comic book creators critique the work of other creators in the pages of the comics, like Frank Miller's Marv beating up Jim Lee's Deathblow or Joe Kelly "defending" Superman against the Authority!
DC Comics CCO and writer Geoff Johns spoke with CBR about his take on "Aquaman" and the mysteries of Atlantis, explaining exactly why people should care about the aquatic Golden Age character.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio spoke frankly with CBR News about the DC Relaunch, tackling topics from Wonder Woman's most recent reboot to the online controversy over Jim Lee's costume designs and more.
DC Comics has released Jim Lee's cover for his and Geoff Johns' "Justice League" #4 while providing CBR with the exclusive debut of Rags Morales' cover for the Grant Morrison-scripted "Action Comics" #4.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive look at the remastered re-release of Chris Claremont and Jim Lee's "X-Men" #1, re-colored by Thomas Mason.
Ending SHELF LIFE’s week-long look at "Voodoo," writer Ron Marz sits down with CBR to discuss the plot and characters of his new DC Comics series starring the former Wildstorm heroine while sharing exclusive art.
comiXology confirms a few fans received "Justice League" #1 before the issue's official release, but the accidental early availability was not the source of the pirated copy hitting torrent sites.
Amid a whirlwind signing tour in New York City, DC Comics new universe point men Geoff Johns and Jim Lee share their thoughts on making character king in the New 52 vanguard title, "Justice League."
With Jim Lee and Geoff Johns' "Justice League" #1 finally in stores and in fans' hands, CBR wants to hear your reaction to the first title of the New 52!
At the Midnight Madness release in NYC for DC Comics' first New 52 title, "Justice League," Jim Lee and Geoff Johns led a party that included Scott Snyder, Cliff Chiang, Dan Didio, Amy Reeder and a ton of fans.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio spoke with CBR News about the New 52 line-wide relaunch which kicks off today with "Justice League" #1 before expanding with 51 other titles, including DiDio's "O.M.A.C."
Showing up on the Pirate Bay and other BitTorrent sites before the issue hit stands, DC Comics' "Justice League" #1 is the latest comic release to raise questions about piracy and digital release dates.
The big day is here -- the DC relaunch begins with "Justice League" #1 by the superstar team of Geoff Johns & Jim Lee. CBR Reviewer Greg McElhatton has read it and files the first review of the book.
Batman meets Superman for the first time as Jim Lee and DC Comics release a double-page spread by the artist from "Justice League" #2.
The results of CBR's second survey on DC Comics' New 52 titles are in, and while big books like "Action Comics" and Scott Snyder's work made gains, the middle ground seems to have evened out as fans prepare for September.
PRESS RELEASE: Geoff Johns and Jim Lee Sign "Flashpoint" and "Justice League" at Midtown's Midnight Release
ROBOT 6 looks back at Titan Books' "Icons" spotlight tome as DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee's character redesigns hit the streets as part of the DC relaunch.
Jim Lee and David Finch help launch the first title of DC Comics "New 52" as they each present a vision of the Justice League featuring the new Big Seven and a Wonder Woman without her legs covered.
DC Comics Co-Publisher and "Justice League" artist Jim Lee spoke with CBR TV about the August-debuting flagship title for the DC Relaunch, the effect of digital comics on storytelling and much more.
Following criticism during Comic-Con about the lack of female creators working on DC relaunch titles, Co-Publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio have responded, promising more female talent will work on upcoming titles.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee used his DC Focus panel at Comic-Con to tease "Justice League" some more and confirm he isn't quite done with "All-Star Batman" just yet.
Lee and Hamner, the design architects behind DC's new 52, explain the new looks and stress the importance of collaboration during their panel at Comic-Con International.
The core of DC Comics executive team from Dan Didio to Bob Harras team up to talk about everything new in September as Geoff Johns reveals the mystery Justice Leaguer, Hawkman gets an arch-foe and much more.
Jim Lee & Paul Dini were joined by voice actors Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill & Stana Katic to discuss WB Games' upcoming "Batman: Arkham City."
An all-new "Justice League" #1 debuts in September, and DC's panel featuring the World's Greatest Superheroes saw lively discussion from Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, Dan Jurgens, Francis Manapul, and many more.