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There are 24 new series on the way from DC, and CBR has exclusive early details on "Justice League of America," "Bizarro" and more.
Moving beyond "the New 52," DC looks towards a "more inclusive and accessible" slate starting in June, with 24 new series joining 25 existing titles.
CSBG's spotlight on strange comics looks at a 1970 "Justice League of America" issue where Zatanna's teammates were a little too enamored with her.
CBR takes a spoiler-filled look at the multiple major ramifications this week's "Forever Evil" finale has on the landscape of the DC Universe.
Writer Jeff Lemire plays fantasy GM, cherry-picking "the craziest, most fun team" that he could for the April-launching "Justice League United."
Despero attacks and the Martian Manhunter and Stargirl are in his path in this preview for "Justice League of America" #13.
Firestorm's fallout sends Manhunter and Stargirl to San Francisco to save her family in "Justice League of America" #12 by Kindt, Barrows, Derenick & Silva.
Multiple DC Comics series, including "Superman Unchained," "Nightwing" and "Justice League of America" are scheduled to wrap this April. UPDATED with comments from Scott Snyder.
Jeff Lemire's upcoming "Justice League Canada" will introduce a new superheroine whose background and powers are tied to the Cree culture.
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.
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.
In a "Forever Evil" tie-in, Matt Kindt teams with Doug Mahnke & Christian Alamy for a "JLA" arc featuring Martian Manhunter and Stargirl on the run from the Secret Society with secrets to be revealed.
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's Villains Month kicks off for "Justice League of America" #7.1 with stories by Matt Kindt, Sami Basri and Carmen Carnero, who present "a nasty look into Deadshot's soul, and it's not a pretty place."
With only one issue of "Trinity War" to go, writers Geoff Johns and Jeff Lemire discuss the Justice League-centric story and how it leads to the impending DC Comics event "Forever Evil."
In light of DC Comics' "Justice League of America" transitioning to "Justice League of Canada" in the spring, we rank 10 of Canada's best comic book superheroes.
Canadian cartoonist Jeff Lemire is taking over as writer of "Justice League of America," sharing exclusive details with CBR about the series' shift to "Justice League of Canada," the new Adam Strange and more.
DC Comics is announcing today at Fan Expo Canada that "Justice League of America" will be renamed "Justice League Canada" next spring as the team relocates in the aftermath of Trinity War and "Forever Evil."
Jim Johnson gives Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire and Doug Mahnke's "Justice League of America" #7 4 stars, calling the latest "Trinity War" issue "a fast-paced pleasure" with "a thrilling and explosive cliffhanger."
A preview of "Justice League of America" #7 by Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire, Doug Mahnke & Christian Alamy has been released by DC Comics. The "Trinity War" rages on August 14 as Pandora seeks out Superman's archenemy.
Wrapping up the week, DC Comics has released new art from a vast array of Villains Month issues, including "Green Lantern" #23.1, "Justice League" #23.1, "Superman" 23.1 and more.
"Justice League" creators Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes alongside DC senior editor Brian Cunningham discuss "Trinity War" and its lead-in to "Forever Evil" at Comic-Con International.
"Trinity War" editor Brian Cunningham updates readers on the big picture behind the Geoff Johns-led DC Comics event from the surprising death to the mystery villains as the Justice League war continues.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents a preview of "Justice League of America" #6, chapter 2 of "Trinity War," by Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire & Doug Mahnke. The war continues July 17!
DC Comics has released Doug Mahnke's covers for "Trinity War" issues hitting stores in August, including "Justice League," "Justice League of America" and "Justice League Dark," which connect to form a single image.
DC Comics has released a semi-spoilery preview for Geoff Johns and Brett Booth's "Justice League of America" #5. Learn the fate of Catwoman when the issue goes on sale June 26.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Justice League of America's Vibe" #5 by Sterling Gates, Pete Woods & Sean Parsons. Vibe is targeted by Harley Quinn and the Suicide Squad June 19.
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book writers jettisoning plots and characters of those who came before them explores Grant Morrison cleaning house on the Justice League when he debuted his new "JLA."
DC Comics Editor Brian Cunningham gives CBR an inside look at "Trinity War," including which titles tie into the Justice League event, the shocking death that starts it all and looming battles with Secret Society & Shazam.
CBR's Steve Sunu explores what the shocking ending of Geoff Johns and Brett Booth's "Justice League of America" #4 may mean for the DCU's premiere super teams and the way fans view modern comics.
After teasing that he and his "Green Lantern" collaborator would reteam on "a new project later this year," Geoff Johns has made it official: Artist Doug Mahnke will join him on "Justice League of America."
This month, "Nightwing" artist Brett Booth steps in for a two-issue run on "Justice League of America." We spoke with him about the guest stint, leaving Dick Grayson and redesigning classic DC characters for the New 52.
DC Comics' long-awaited "Trinity War" crossover event kicks off in July as all three Justice Leagues clash under the watch of Geoff Johns and Jeff Lemire while the Trinity of Sin looks on.
Some as yet unseen clashes between the heroes of the DCU will debut in two of the April issues of the New 52 as "Vibe" and "Catwoman" both struggle against their gatefold cover reveals.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents previews of Geoff Johns and Jesus Saiz' "Justice League" #18 and "Justice League of America's Vibe" #2 by Johns, Andrew Kreisberg and Pete Woods, both on sale Mar. 20.
In “By the Numbers,” ROBOT 6 takes a look back at the events of the past five days … in numbers. This week, we focus on the success of DC Comics’ 52-cover gimmick for "Justice League of America" #1.
John Mayo analyzes the performance of "Justice League of America" #1 from an historical perspective, explains why "Vibe" could have benefited from more aggressive promotion and looks at "Hellblazer's" final years.
DC Comics' "Justice League of America" #1 broke the 300K mark and Marvel's "Uncanny X-Men" relaunch performed strongly as well, "Vibe" didn't shake up the charts and Alan Moore topped the TPB list.
DC's "Justice League of America" #1 garners more than $1 million in retail sales! Company helps creators fulfill Kickstarter orders! Publishing graphic novels in the Kickstarter era! Plus much more!
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco looks at the two major first issues DC Comics released this week, both written by the company's chief creative officer Geoff Johns. Find out what he thought!