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Writer Greg Pak speaks about "Batman/Superman," the mistakes made by the Earth 2 heroes and the upcoming crossover with "Worlds' Finest."
The heirs of Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster have asked for a rehearing of the ruling denying them a copyright stake in the character.
Jae Lee is back on "Batman/Superman" for the "First Contact" crossover with "Worlds' Finest." CBR has an exclusive first look.
Amy Adams says she'd like Lois Lane and Wonder Woman to be "teammates instead of adversaries" in the untitled 2015 "Man of Steel" sequel.
"Action Comics" writer Greg Pak discusses the new Lana Lang, the opening issues of his run and the humanity -- and insecurities -- of Clark Kent, AKA Superman.
The film commonly referred to as "Batman vs. Superman" has added Wonder Woman, to be played by "Fast & Furious" actress Gal Gadot.
"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.
Prolific artist Al Plastino, best known for his Superman work for DC Comics, has passed away after a battle with prostate cancer. He was 91.
Despite himself, and despite the art, ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco finds himself really enjoying DC’s digital-first series “Injustice: Gods Among Us.”
Come with CSBG back to 1965 and examine a touching (if odd) tribute to JFK by the Superman books.
Plastino asks court to order Heritage Auctions to reveal seller's name! Tokyo police have another lead in "Kuroko’s Basketball" threats case! Plus more!
The Ninth Circuit on Thursday tied up the loose ends in DC's long-running battle to retain the rights to the Superman character.
Writer Scott Snyder explains how the entire Superman cast plays a part in "Unchained" and why Wraith is a villain to be reckoned with.
More on saga of Al Plastino's art for “Superman’s Mission for President Kennedy”! The evolution of Kickstarter! Interviews with Seth, Bill Willingham and more!
Doomsday and Diana's family are two of the challenges Charles Soule and Tony S. Daniel set on our heroes in "Superman/Wonder Woman" #2.
"Girls" actor Adam Driver is reportedly up for the part of Nightwing in the "Man of Steel" sequel, though Warner Bros. has not commented.
A parody "Man of Steel: The Animated Series" video combines the morality and logic of the film with the tone of the cartoon with hilarious results.
The new creative team on "Action Comics," Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder, discuss Superman, the new characters populating their run and "Zero Year."
Ron shares his con diary from Cleveland Comic Con in a bonus column featuring a visit to the Superman house and time with Green Lantern collaborator Darryl Banks.
Universal Studios Hollywood has canceled its Bill and Ted Halloween Horror Nights show, which featured a Man of Steel who is a mincing gay stereotype.
A Warner Bros. exec addressed rumors of Wonder Woman and other DC heroes in "Batman Vs. Superman," plus Ben Affleck's controversial casting.
Showrunner Scott Gimple discusses the series tone, Clark Gregg teases Coulson's "Agents of SHIELD" resurrection, plus new "Arrow" clips and more.
The untitled "Man of Steel" sequel is set to film in Los Angeles this weekend, during halftime of an East Los Angeles College football game.
At New York Comic Con, DC Comics hosted a special panel for Superman's 75th Anniversary, with the world premiere of an animated short by Zack Snyder and Bruce Timm.
During DC Comics' Superman panel at New York Comic Con, writer Scott Lobdell announced the upcoming death of Superboy in the pages of "Superman," a statement supported by the issue's solicitation copy.
At New York Comic Con, comic book writers Scott Snyder, Greg Pak, Tony Daniel, Charles Soule and others discussed "Superman Unchained," the death of Superboy and plans for the Superman line of books.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR has an advance preview of "Batman/Superman" #5 by Greg Pak & Brett Booth. On Nov. 6, the Toymaster's plans turn deadly when his new video game becomes reality!
At the Las Vegas Comic Expo, writer Scott Lobdell talked about his work on "Superman," including the pitch that got him the job and how his feeling towards the Man of Steel have changed since he began writing the icon.
ROBOT 6 contributor Tom Bondurant looks back 20 years to DC Comics’ big event that rocked the summer of 1993: the 20-issue “Reign of the Supermen!” Has time changed his take?
Screenwriter David S. Goyer reveals "Man of Steel" is further into development than many may suspect while addressing fan pressure and who would win in a fight: Batman or Superman.
Acknowledging that he and director Zack Snyder knew the ending of "Man of Steel" would be controversial, screenwriter David S. Goyer explains why, in this case, Superman had to kill.
Tim chats with soon-to-be-superstar artist Aaron Kuder about what it's like to write and draw comics and how his upcoming "Superman: Parasite" Villains Month one-shot came to be. Plus, exclusive art!
Writer and "Arrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim discusses "Tears of Krypton," a three-part "Adventures of Superman" story asking some pointed questions about the DC Comics icon's origins.
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.
Following up on the Batwoman marriage controversy, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant discusses DC Comics’ apparent need to keep characters "relatively unchanged, which these days includes being young and unmarried."
In celebration of the release of "Scribblenauts Unmasked," WB Games, 5TH Cell and DC Entertainment has provided CBR with an homage parody cover for the grandaddy of all superhero comics: "Action Comics" #1.
Creative team Tim Seeley and Mike Norton explore the digital-first frontier with "Adventures of Superman" #21, with two stories containing "simple and rewarding" execution.
"Man of Steel" star Henry Cavill dropped in on "Sesame Street" to explain the meaning of respect to Elmo, the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs in a skit from the PBS series' Season 44 debut episode
Ben Affleck appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" to discuss how he became the next big screen Batman and why, despite warnings from Warner Bros., he wasn't fully prepared for Internet reactions to his casting.