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DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at September's Spoiler-riffic solicits for "Batman Eternal."
Scott Snyder, Tim Seeley, James Tynion IV, Jason Fabok and Dustin Nguyen discuss the epic scope of Batman's weekly series, with hints of what lies ahead.
Digital service will offer first three chapters of manga for free! A closer look at Shiftylook shutdown! Scott Snyder talks Stephanie Brown and Harper Row! Plus more!
Every year, some characters stand above the rest. CBR picks 14 characters we expect big things from in comics, television and movies in 2014.
Scott Snyder has announced the imminent debut of Stephanie Brown in the New 52, saying the much missed fan-favorite character will appear in "Batman: Eternal" as Spoiler.
Following our poll regarding which DC Comics heroes you want to see make their New 52 debuts in 2013, CBR breaks down the results with background info and how each one might fit into the current DCU.
In light of DC's reactions to questions about Stephanie Brown's announced appearance in the Smallville comic, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at the history of Batman's sidekicks.
Following some confusion at Friday’s Superman panel, DC Comics confirmed today that Stephanie Brown won’t be appearing as Nightwing in "Smallville Season 11." As rumored, she’ll be replaced by Barbara Gordon.
When asked by a fan in a Stephanie Brown costume if rumors of the character's removal from "Smallville Season 11" are true, the answers provided by Superman panelists were less than illuminating.
Publisher Filip Sablik exits Top Cow Productions! Library of Congress acquires works of seven cartoonists! Positive alternatives to "Waffles For Stephanie"! Dark Horse promotes Matt Parkinson! Plus much more!
Stephanie Brown will join the Dark Knight's first appearance in DC's digital-first "Smallville Season 11" #5 by Brian Q. Miller with art by ChrisCross.
Bryan Q. Miller spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL, reflecting on his run as the writer of "Batgirl" and discussing the end of Stephanie Brown's tenure as the female Caped Crusader.
Bryan Q. Miller discussed plans for the ongoing "Batgirl" series, including the current year's major arc, increasing Stephanie's support network beyond Gotham and what the "Death of Oracle" means for Team Batgirl.
The man who launched Stephanie Brown's career as Batgirl, Bryan Q. Miller spoke about the end of the first year of the heroine's self-titled series and moving Batgirl out of Gotham and into the greater DCU.
With his first story arc having recently wrapped up, Miller spills the beans on the new Batgirl, speaking to CBR News about the cast, the cornerstone themes and the somewhat hasty exit of the previous Batgirl, Cassandra Cain.