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Doug Zawisza gives "Katana" #1 by Ann Nocenti and Alex Sanchez 4 stars, calling the series debut "a surprisingly good comic book with a strong female lead [and] stunning art."
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the May solicitations for the publisher's Justice League titles, including "Justice League of America" #4, "Green Arrow" #20 and more.
The DCU's newest iteration of the Justice League gets ready for action in a new "quick cut" page from artist David Finch for he and Geoff Johns' "Justice League of America" series.
CSBG's newest feature collects interconnected comic book covers, like the recent three-part Marvel NOW! "Avengers" cover from Dustin Weaver and Ed Benes' two-part cover for "Justice League of America #1."
Matt Kindt explains J'onn J'onzz' DCU status, his plans for the JLA leader and why a "Martian Manhunter" spinning out from a "Justice League of America" backup feature to an ongoing series would be his dream project.
DC Comics has released concept, promo and interior art for "Justice League of America's Vibe," the February-launching ongoing series from Andrew Kreisberg and Pete Woods.
DC Comics CCO Geoff Johns spoke with CBR News about his plans to build up everyone from "one-man Illuminati" Martian Manhunter to potentially powerful Vibe in his and David Finch's "Justice League of America."
DC Comics has released a first look at artist Alex Sanchez's interior art for "Katana" #1, along with comments by series writer Ann Nocenti. Katana's New 52 debut issue hits stores February 13.
With his latest novel, "The Fifth Assassin," writer Brad Meltzer finds the thread that links presidential assassins from John Wilkes Booth to Lee Harvey Oswald, launches his first sequel and give out decoder rings.
Nearly two-dozen cover images have surfaced online ahead of DC Comics' April solicitations, featuring new "Justice League of America" art, a provocative "Batman" cover and more.
In the final installment of CSBG's three-part 400th edition celebration, learn how Jackie Onassis was once the world's most famous comic book editor! Plus, the strange story of how Adam Strange first met the Justice League!
Following a marketing move that already made headlines, DC Comics is promoting its 53 variants for "Justice League of America" #1 as a state-by-state contest currently led by Texas.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the March solicitations for the publisher's Justice League titles, including "Justice League of America" #2, "Aquaman" #18 and more.
For 70 years, DC Comics' Oliver Queen AKA Green Arrow has delighted readers. CBR News examines the Emerald Archer's lengthy history from his Golden Age origins to his latest television romp in "Arrow."
"Arrow" executive producer Andrew Kreisberg talks about reimagining Cisco Ramone into a three-dimensional (and inter-dimensional) superhero in "Justice League of America's Vibe."
Writer Ann Nocenti spoke with CBR about launching DC Comics' "Katana" ongoing, her plans for the future "Justice League of America" member and her "relief" at leaving "Green Arrow" in Jeff Lemire's hands.
"Justice League of America" artist David Finch stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con 2012 to speak about his work on the upcoming DC series and his desire to direct live-action.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in February, 2013, including the latest from "Death of the Family," "Justice League of America" and more!
After "Justice League of America" #1, DC plans to reduce variant covers! Are variant's a good investment? How Toronto's The Beguiling has thrived! Impressions of the Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival! Plus much more!
With "demographics" becoming a hot topic after the U.S. elections last Tuesday, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks at the make-up of the Justice League over the decades.
DC Comics has released a first look at David Finch's "Justice League of America" #1 state flag variant covers, including New York and California.
's Augie versus Hurricane Sandy, writers versus artists, and DC Comics versus alternate cover starvation as Augie hunts for gas, reads "Groo"and weighs in on 52 "Justice League of America" covers.
Jeff Lemire discusses his and artist Andrea Sorentino's run on "Green Arrow," the effect the popularity of the CW's "Arrow" show has on his stories, dismisses rumors of his leaving "Justice League Dark" and more.
Writer Jeff Lemire takes on "Green Arrow" alongside "I, Vampire" artist Andrea Sorrentino beginning with issue #17 and dispels rumors of his possible "Justice League Dark" departure. UPDATE: New artwork and comments from Lemire.
In maybe the biggest gimmick of an era of numbers-increasing covers, DC Comics announced 52 variants for Geoff Johns and David Finch's "Justice League of America" #1 as well as two solo series for Vibe and Katana.
David Finch spoke with CBR about leaving "The Dark Knight" for the brighter world of "Justice League of America," working with Geoff Johns on developing characters like Stargirl and Vibe and the new approach to his art.
DC Comics announced at Fan Expo Canada today that writer Geoff Johns and artist David Finch will team up for "Justice League of America," due out in 2013.
Tim discusses his origins as a comic book reader and the two issues of "Uncanny X-Men" and "Justice League of America" that forever changed the direction of his life.
James Robinson spoke with CBR TV about his current Eclipso storyline in "JLA," plans for his 12-issue Shade series, creating an all new character for the Flashpoint universe and much more.
In the wake of its "Flashpoint" event, DC Comics will re-number its entire superhero line, debuting more than 50 first issues in September to introduce "a more modern, diverse DC Universe." UPDATED
DC Comics brought an array of creators to WonderCon to discuss what's to come in "Flashpoint," the ending of "Justice League: Generation Lost," "Justice League of America," "Green Arrow," "The Flash" and more.
"Supernatural" writer/producer Adam Glass spoke with CBR about writing the framing story for this spring's "JLA 80-Page Giant," his longtime love of the DCU, taking on the Legion of Doom in "Flashpoint" and more.
James Robinson discusses Doomsday making a mess of Blue Lantern Saint Walker's debut in "Justice League of America," the ongoing Eclipso story and why he loves writing his version of the World's Greatest Heroes.
Courtesy of the Hero Initiative, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at Dean Haspiel, Charlie Adlard and Jerry Ordway's covers for the "Justice League of America" #50 100 Cover Project.
Dc Comics Executive Editor Eddie Berganza returns to discuss how the Justice League's battle with Doomsday takes over their home base, tease big plans for Superman and show off some exclusive art from the battle!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reflects on the work Dwayne McDuffie did on DC's Justice League, noting he was "someone fluent in the language of superheroes, who used those skills to tell exciting, meaningful stories."
DC Comics newly minted Executive Editor explains how the "Reign of Doomsday" story grew from the initial pitch to a full DC Universe event while sharing James Robinson's JLA ambitions and an exclusive Dan Jurgens variant.
The Hero Initiative is teaming with DC Comics for the first time with 100 copies of "Justice League of America" #50 customized by artists including Alex Ross, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Tony Parker and more.
Greg McElhatton gave "Justice League of America" #50 3.5 stars, saying that James Robinson and Mark Bagley's story is "starting to sell the idea that these are characters who belong in the [Justice] League."
In the second part of a two-part DAYBREAK, award-winning writer James Robinson spoke about his two big NYCC announcements: his "Starman/Congorilla" one-shot and the forthcoming "Shade" 12-issue series.