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Casting ex-superheroes Helen Slater and Dean Cain on "Supergirl" is the latest example of DC TV series recognizing previous genre actors.
Supergirl learns a deadly lesson and a new Superboy conspiracy arises in K. Perkins, Mike Johnson & Emanuela Lupacchino's "Supergirl" #38.
Mike Johnson and K. Perkins discuss their upcoming run on "Supergirl," set at Crucible Academy -- a cross between Hogwarts and a Star Destroyer.
CBR has the first look at colored pages from David Finch's "Wonder Woman" debut, plus a peek inside the first issue from the new "Supergirl" team.
The "Supergirl" TV series developed by "Arrow" executive producer Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler has landed a series commitment from CBS.
Which of our Supergirl picks do you think Greg Berlanti and Co. should be working to bring to television?
CBR explores which versions of Supergirl we'd like to see serve as inspiration for Greg Berlanti's in-development TV series.
Upon hearing that a TV series is in development, CSBG revisits its reader poll for the greatest Supergirl stories ever told!
CBR has the first look at Darwyn Cooke-illustrate variant covers for "Action Comics," "Grayson," "Justice League United" and "Supergirl."
As of November's "Supergirl" #36, writer Tony Bedard is off the series, with Mike Johnson returning alongside new co-writer Kate Perkins.
Augie revisits the ASL issue of "Supergirl," dives into the lawsuit over the term "Comic-Con" and looks at more of Todd McFarlane's Spidey.
Writer Tony Bedard tells CBR about "Supergirl's" time as a Red Lantern, her multiple crossovers and what befalls the Maid of Might in "Futures End."
CSBG takes another look at the bizarre Silver Age relationship between Superman & Supergirl, when the cousins made out to save the world (and trick Lois Lane).
CSBG takes a look at the time that Supergirl decides to find the perfect woman for Superman and discovers that the answer is... her?!?
With DC Entertainment's Diane Nelson expressing a desire to see more female heroes on-screen, CBR looks at who's ready to make the leap.
Tony Bedard and Emanuela Lupacchino will test Kara and her new Red Lantern powers like never before in "Supergirl" #32, on sale June 18 from DC.
"Justice League," "Superman" and "Harley Quinn" are among the final reveals for DC Comics' September "Futures End" 3D motion covers.
Charles Soule discusses his DC Comics slate, and how his current busy comic book writing schedule is "literally a dream come true."
With "All-New X-Factor" in full swing and a new "Spider-Man 2099" on the way, we choose the greatest stories in writer Peter David's lengthy career.
In the debut of their new feature on oddball comic book explanations, CSBG looks at how Supergirl gained the ability to change her hair color during the '80s.
Tony Bedard tells CBR about his contribution to DC's "Secret Origins," the series' implications for the newest Red Lantern and the role of the women in the El family.
Comic Book Legends Revealed: Supergirl's '80s Costume, Kirby's Fourth World Vs. "Return of the Jedi"
Did DC change Supergirl's look due to an early movie costume test, and did Kirby's Fourth World Saga ending change because of "Return of the Jedi?"
Robert Venditti and Charles Soule discuss their "Green Lantern/Red Lantern" flip-book issue, Supergirl as a Red Lantern and Guy Gardner's sweet mustache.
"Supergirl" writer Tony Bedard discusses the decision to grant Kara Zor-El a Red Lantern ring and his future plans for the Maid of Might.
"Morning Glories" writer Nick Spencer joined CBR TV in San Diego to discuss his return to work for hire, what he's learned from Jonathan Hickman, why "Secret Avengers" stands alone and more.
CBR and 5th Cell kick of Monday with our fourth exclusive "Scribblenauts Unmasked" DC Comics homage, this time reinterpreting the Georg Perez's classic "Crisis on Infinite Earths" #7 cover.
DC's Black And White Harley Quinn statue, Kotobukiya's Supergirl piece, Tomb Raider Minimates, a vinyl Maggie Simpson toy and a Daenerys action figure highlight this week's leading lady edition of TOYING AROUND.
DC Comics brought a stable of Superman creative talent to Comic-Con International, including Scott Snyder, Jim Lee, Scott Lobdell and more to discuss the Man of Steel's place in the New 52.
Writer Michael Alan Nelson talks with CBR News about tackling his DC Villains Month antagonist, Cyborg Superman, and how the character will soon come to be associated more with Supergirl!
WB Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have partnered with Sanrio for a new line of Hello Kitty items featuring the international marketing icon dressed as her favorite DC Comics heroes.
New "Supergirl" writer Michael Alan Nelson spoke with CBR about his debut issue, making Kara homeless, her rogues gallery and ongoing relationship with Power Girl, the Earth 2 version of herself.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at the solicitations and covers for Superman titles shipping in August, including "Superman Unchained," "Batman/Superman" and more!
What contest winning character was nearly a founding member of the All-New, All-Different X-Men and instead didn't appear in a Marvel comic for nearly thirty years? Plus, was Dobie Gillis based on Archie Andrews?
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at the solicitations and covers for Superman titles shipping in July, including "Superman Unchained," a Scott Lobdell "Action Comics" fill-in and more.
In the wake of Andy Diggle's "Action Comics" exit and Joshua Hale Fialkov leaving his "Green Lantern" titles, writer Nick Spencer recalled his similarly aborted plans for "Supergirl" in 2010.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at the solicitation information and covers for Superman titles shipping in June, including "Superman Unchained," "Batman/Superman" and more.
CBR spoke to incoming writer Michael Alan Nelson about his plans for DC Comics' "Supergirl," her Kryptonian outlook on life and what creative changes he aims to make on the book.
Did Supergirl creator Al Plastino draw months worth of "Peanuts" strips in case Charles Schulz got ill, or were the motivations behind the strips more sinister? And did an issue of "Cable" correctly predict Hurricane Sandy?
"Supergirl" writer Mike Johnson and "Superman" writer Scott Lobdell team up to discuss the "H'el On Earth" crossover event and its ramifications for the still-developing relationships of the New 52 Super-family.
At New York Comic Con 2012, DC Comics revealed a large gallery of preview images from upcoming issues of "Superman," "Action Comics," "Supergirl," "Superboy" and more, hinting at things to come for the Family of Steel.