Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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Aquaman first appeared on a U.S. cover in the Justice League's 1960 debut #1, but he graced Australian comic book covers for years. Wait, what?!
The drums of war between the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel begin to beat.
"Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok kick the pace up by filling 'Justice League' #48 with iconic moments for so many characters in the cast."
Geoff Johns & Jason Fabok's epic "Darkseid War" continues as the Justice League are forced to unite with the twisted Crime Syndicate.
Both Geoff Johns and artist Jason Fabok will depart the series, with Johns focusing on his 80-page "Rebirth" one-shot.
CSBG's latest instance of creators taking shots at other creators sees Dick Grayson and Donna Troy worrying about their legacy before the New 52.
An Easter egg from tonight's "Flash" revealed that major players from the DCU exist on Earth-2.
The second half of our look at superhero movies that could have been include J.J. Abrams' "Superman," Joss Whedon's "Wonder Woman" and more.
The next DC Universe Original Movie arrives in just a few short months.
Geoff Johns rounded up the Justice League of the DC Cinematic Universe in tonight's primetime behind-the-scenes special.
It's a busy month for DC Comics in April, with the "Darkseid War" story ending in "Justice League" and Superman crossover "Super League" starting.
CSBG has a massive library of top five lists, including their new addition, the top five worst Justice League members of all-time!
An Atlanta-based casting company posts a "GOTG" notice; Derek Wilson's original "Preacher" character will do more than recur and more.
"Geoff Johns finds a way to get in a few more character-focused moments, and Jason Fabok shows off his playful side" in "Justice League" #47.
Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "Justice League" #46 "is like holding 22 pages of legal fireworks in your hands."
The League has become Gods and Grail discovers a shocking truth about Wonder Woman in Geoff Johns & Francis Manapul's "Justice League" #46.
Keith Giffen spoke with CBR about the new, all-female team and his undying love for Supergirl, now flying to new heights thanks to her TV series.
The creators of the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes movies discuss adding new pieces to the toy box and the Cosmic Treadmill's comic potential.
Peter Tomasi & Francis Manapul tell CBR about Batman's New God turn affects his war on crime and why he's finally confronting his greatest enemies.
Every Superman from Christopher Reeve to Henry Cavill pop up in this epic fanmade teaser for a "Crisis on Infinite Earths" film.
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and The Flash team up for these business card holders and paperclips to make the workday a little better.
The cable network says its latest series to star DC Comics' biggest superhero team will most likely debut next fall.
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #44 "strings readers along with teases and hints early on but delivers a game-changing conclusion."
Meet Mr. Dooves, the smooth crooner with dozens of amazing cartoon theme song covers, all done a capella, including "Teen Titans" & "Justice League."
CSBG has an archive of notable dropped comic book plots, like how Wonder Woman joined Justice League Europe... only to never be seen again.
DC Comics will offer six exclusive variants next month at New York Comic Con, for issues including "Batgirl" #44, "Superman" #44 and more.
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #43 "is a gripping and tension-driven installment, raising the stakes and escalating the action."
The writer discusses how his and Travel Foreman's team is not like the regular League, and why he doesn't believe in upper- and lower-tier characters.
A mysterious plot against the League is revealed, and Wonder Woman spars with Steve Trevor in a pair of clips from the animated film.
A new clip from the animated feature film asks, should the the League save the world - or rule it?
Bruce Timm, Sam Liu and more discuss the origins and challenges of developing almost familiar but totally different characters.
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #42 "feels like it's providing a story that will eventually shape the future of a lot of characters."
DC's Chief Creative Officer talked about trying to make "The Flash" the most comic book TV show and why he's never going to stop writing comics.
Utilizing footage from a number of movies, this fanmade trailer is nothing short of spectacular.
CSBG collects plots writers go to over and over, and the latest looks at just how many times the Justice League's headquarters has been destroyed.
The October-launching books tie into the upcoming "Darkseid War" event and focuses on key players and their individual conflicts.
This new video from DC Entertainment celebrates every Justice Leaguer ever (or close to it), from Aquaman to Zauriel.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" comic book fights, CSBG examines when Catwoman took out a villain the entire Justice League couldn't defeat.
The dark reality's Superman concocts the perfect plan to ensure world peace -- whether the world likes it or not.
DC's Chief Creative Officer talks the beginning of "Darkseid War," and how the event story ignited a love for Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters.