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A slew of new titles will launch in the aftermath of "DC Universe: Rebirth," but there are still more we'd like to see.
In revealing that the Time Masters have been controlling everything, the show suddenly becomes about nothing
In the penultimate episode of the first season, one of the main cast meets an untimely end on a crucial mission for the team
The momentum comes to a halt with a flashback-heavy episode, along with the reversal of the Legends' most significant move so far.
The DC Comics-based CW series gets a second wind and justifies some of its clunkier emotional beats thanks to the Kaiju-style fight at its center.
With Ant-Man seen riding an arrow fired by Hawkeye in "Civil War," CSBG looks at which archer/shrinking hero duo first did the trick shot.
A simple story about an assassin killing the younger versions of the Legends gets bogged down by too much attempted melodrama,
Johnathon Schaech's makes a suitably intense Jonah Hex, but clashes with the Western campiness on a tonally uneven episode
Thanks to tension that eventually explodes, what's otherwise a filler-laden, villain-of-the-week episode becomes important in its final moments
While trying to break out of the Soviet gulag from last week, the Legends find themselves valuing compassion over strategy
A solid, if slow-moving, episode gives two of the series' best actors a chance to light up a Soviet night--one with charm, the other with gravitas
In the show's best episode so far, three missions feel self-contained, exploring the characters' demons as well as several different genre tributes.
Though still a little clunky, the second "Legends" episode figures out the best way to develop the characters: through its action sequences.
The pilot of DC's latest TV superhero epic more than delivers on the action, but doesn't yet let us get to know the characters as people.
The Atom is one of the main "Legends of Tomorrow" stars, and Brandon Routh's lovable billionaire inventor is at the center of this new video.
Oliver and Team Arrow look into who -- or what -- is behind Ray Palmer's disappearance.
Check out the first three pages from Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello and Klaus Janson's mini-comic from "Dark Knight III" #1!
Superman and the Atom are the focus of Frank Miller's first "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" cover, for the minicomic inside issue #1.
As Ray Palmer road-trips to Central City, Brandon Routh tells CBR the character finds himself energized by the positivity of the Scarlet Speedster and his pals.
The Atom (Brandon Routh) is in a rough spot in these new images from the next new "Arrow" installment, April 15's "Broken Arrow."
"Arrow" regulars Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) arrive in Central City in April 14's episode of "The Flash."
The "Arrow" and "Flash" world looks to expand, with a potential CW series starring Brandon Routh, Victor Garber, Caity Lotz and Wentworth Miller.
Oliver Queen is back in Starling City, but a lot has changed in his absence. "Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim talks the hero's return, Atom's powers and more.
It's been teased on the show for weeks, and The CW has released the first image of Brandon Routh in the full Atom suit on "Arrow."
An appearance by Shannon in "Dawn of Justice" could spell doom for Superman; "Sinister Six" promo artwork surfaces from Sony Pictures Brazil and more.
Find out how close Ted 'Blue Beetle' Kord came to filling the role Ray 'The Atom' Palmer does on "Arrow."
Brandon Routh's super-suit has been unveiled, along with the name behind the acronym and its previous - and very ominous - designation.
The 'first look' revealed in an international teaser, debunked as 'fake' by concept artist Andy Poon, appears to be taken from "Fallout 3."
Brandon Routh, star of "Superman Returns," has been cast as Dr. Ray Palmer, better known as The Atom, on the CW's "Arrow."
With a "Justice League" movie directed by "Man of Steel's" Zack Snyder officially happening, CBR explores who might join Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave DC Comics' "Giant-Size Atom" one-shot a 3.5 star rating, saying, "Throughout the course of this story, [writer Jeff] Lemire invigorates Ray Palmer with some much needed enthusiasm."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Giant-Size Atom," the one-shot concluding Jeff Lemire and Mahmud Asrar's back-up story serialized in "Adventure Comics. The one-shot hits stores March 2.
Writer Jeff Lemire's first foray into superhero comics comes to an end next week with "Giant-Sized Atom" and CBR News spoke with him about what's in store for the DCU's resident go-to science guy.
With "Sweet Tooth" Vol. 2 in stores this week, CBR News checked in with writer/artist Jeff Lemire to see what lies ahead for the nine-year old boy with antlers trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Jeff Lemire about his plans while working on DC Comics' Atom and Superboy, the future of "Sweet Tooth," his writing and plotting techniques and much more.
DC Comics has released a preview of this week's "Brightest Day: The Atom Special" featuring a story by writer Jeff Lemire and artist Mahmud Asrar with a cover by Gary Frank. The comic hits stores Thursday, July 8.
Jeff Lemire spoke with CBR about his exclusive deal with DC Comics, sharing details on why the time was right for this type of an arrangement, why he's so excited about co-writing "Adventure Comics" and more.
Eric Wallace's run on "Titans" kicked off with the "Villains for Hire" one-shot, featuring a new team of ne'er-do-wells led by Deathstroke. Things did not end well for the first hero the new Titans faced.
DC Comics has announced Jeff Lemire will be writing new Atom adventures featuring Ray Palmer, first in a one-shot and then as an "Adventure Comics" co-feature. We spoke with Lemire about the big news for the small hero.
Cartoon Network has provided CBR News with a clip from the January 30th episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" called "Journey to the Center of the Bat!" featuring the introduction of The Atom to the B&tB universe.