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A New York Times profile of Kevin Tsujihara notes that the series is expected to include a "Justice League" film.
Code-named Equinox, "Justice League United's" new hero is a 16-year-old whose power comes from the Earth and changes with the seasons.
DC Entertainment has reteamed with General Mills to include collectible editions of "Justice League" in specially marked boxes of Big G cereals.
Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado bring "a gorgeous new appearance" for the Metal Men in "Justice League" #28.
DC Comics' latest round of solicitations reveal a major "New 52: Futures End" addition, a new Power Ring in "Justice League" and more.
The first four issues of DC's weekly "Futures End" arrive in May, along with "Justice League United," "Superman: Doomed" and more!
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!
Darkseid tears apart the DC Universe's greatest heroes in an new, extended clip from "Justice League: War."
Flash meets Batman for the first time while an unimpressed Green Lantern dials up the snark in a new clip from "Justice League: War."
Wonder Woman singlehandedly destroys Darkseid's parademon troops in a new clip from "Justice League: War!"
Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado's "Justice League" #27 brings a focus on Cyborg, delivering "a damn fine read filled with bombastic fun."
With little in the way of advance hype, a new DC Comics-based direct-to-video animated feature arrived at Target stores this week.
"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.
"Batman Vs. Superman" and "Justice League" rumors abound, including Dwayne Johnson playing the villain in the latter.
Batman and Green Lantern meet for the first time in a new clip from Warner Bros. upcoming "Justice League: War" animated adaptation.
Director Jay Oliva and producer James Tucker spoke with CBR TV about the upcoming "Justice League: War," DC's first New 52 animated feature.
CSBG's Kelly Thompson explains her problems with the announcement that Wonder Woman will be making her screen debut in the upcoming "Batman/Superman" film.
DC Comics' long-hyped "Justice League 3000" debuts Dec. 11, from the writing team of Keith Giffen & J.M. DeMatteis and artist Howard Porter.
The Crime Syndicate stalks Nightwing as "Forever Evil" blackens "Justice League" #25 by writer Geoff Johns and artist Doug Mahnke.
Geoff Johns' final issue of "Aquaman" sets the stage for next year's "Justice League" event, "Rise Of The Seven Seas."
Copy of "The Brave the Bold" #28, introducing Justice League, sells for $120,000! Remembering Joey Manley. Dealing with professional jealousy! Plus much more!
Actor Jason O'Mara and voice director Andrea Romano discuss the upcoming "Justice League: War" animated film and O'Mara's turn as Batman.
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.
On Oct. 23, Constantine finds himself alone in a world corrupted by the Crime Syndicate - and under the control of J.M. DeMatteis and Mikel Janin.
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.
"Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" director Jay Oliva and writer Jim Krieg visited the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International to talk about the latest DC Animated feature and more.
DC Comics has released an early look at Mikel Janin's art from "Justice League Dark" #24, writer J.M. DeMatteis' debut on the title. The "Forever Evil" tie-in hits stores October 23.
CBR wraps our five-day "Scribblenauts Unmasked" DC Comics parody series with an image that homages not one, not two, but three covers, reinterpreting Ivan Reis and Joe Prado's "Trinity War" triptych!
In 1960, Starro invaded Earth, requiring the combined might of the Justice League to rebuff his mental domination. In 2013, "Scribblenauts Unmasked" homages the classic cover and CBR has the exclusive reveal.
Marguerite Bennett and Ben Oliver's "Justice League" #23.2 serves as an introduction to the new Lobo, "a sleek, clean character who looks more like a metrosexual galactic version of Skinner Sweet than the clichéd biker ruffian."
DC Comics has released a preview of the first appearance of the new New 52 take on the Main Man in "Justice League: Lobo" #23.2. The issue, by Marguerite Bennett and Ben Oliver, is on sale now.
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."
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for items shipping in December, including the latest on "Forever Evil," "Nightwing," "Harley Quinn" and more. UPDATED with new "Batwoman" solicitation.
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."
With "Trinity War" wrapped and "Forever Evil" just beginning, DC Comics senior editor Brian Cunningham details the role of the Crime Syndicate, and how the story will impact the rest of the DC Universe after it ends.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks at DC Comics' latest crossover, "Trinity War," which in turn sets up their next line-wide event, "Forever Evil." The question is -- does "Trinity War" stand on its own?