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CSBG's spotlight on strange comics looks at a 1970 "Justice League of America" issue where Zatanna's teammates were a little too enamored with 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.
CBR forecasts which mystic and monstrous DC characters could join the team in Guillermo del Toro's long-percolating "Justice League Dark" film.
"Wednesday Comics" artist Joe Quinones talks to CBR about his first full-length graphic novel, DC's "Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell" with Paul Dini.
With a "Justice League" movie directed by "Man of Steel's" Zack Snyder officially happening, CBR explores who might join Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.
Veteran writer Paul Dini shares insight into his and artist Joe Quinones' long-awaited original graphic novel, "Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell."
Zatanna returns to the world of DC Comics' "Smallville," and she's bringing John Constantine with her.
First announced in 2006, the "Black Canary and Zatanna" OGN from Paul Dini and Joe Quinones has an official release date of May 21, 2014.
With "Gotham" and "Constantine" both headed to TV, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at past TV shows based on DC Comics properties and contemplates what elements make a good one.
The DCU's most powerful magician, Zatanna, has been announced as the newest character to join NetherRealm Studios' "Injustice: Gods Among Us" fighting game.
DC Comics' popular magic wielder and part-time stage magician Zatanna is making the move from "Justice League Dark" to "Justice League" with July’s Issue 22, and she’ll bring with her a new costume.
Guillermo del Toro reveals more clues about "Dark Universe," a potential film involving DC Comics supernatural characters like Swamp Thing, Zatanna and John Constantine. It was previously referred to as "Heaven Sent."
After some initial confusion, Guillermo del Toro confirms that he and Warner Bros. executives "just discussing" a potential movie featuring DC Comics occult characters John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Zatanna and Deadman.
With Warner Bros. announcing plans to continue its development of the DC cinematic universe, CBR looks at the vast tapestry of the DC Universe's female heroes to see who could anchor their own franchise.
Cartoon Network has released stills and a video clip for this week's episode of "Young Justice" featuring Artemis and Zatanna's Halloween night on the town.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with exclusive previews of two new comics hitting stores on August 17 - the final issues of "Zatanna" and "Supergirl."
Peter Milligan spoke with CBR News about what the "dark" in "Justice League Dark" really means while sharing an exclusive look at art by series artist Mikel Janin.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawiaza gave Paul DIni and Cliff Chiang's "Zatanna" #8 a 5 star review saying that as much as he's been a big fan and supporter of the series thus far, "with this issue, the bar has been raised."
The "Gotham City Sirens" writer spoke with CBR 's BAT SIGNAL about moving in with the lovely ladies of the Batman Universe, his plans for Harley, Ivy and Selina, and the long anticipated return of Bruce Wayne.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at "Gotham City Sirens" #17, written by Peter Calloway with art by Lee Garbett and a Guillem March cover. The issue hits tomorrow, November 24.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Zatanna" #7 by Adam Beechen and Chad Hardin with a cover by Jesus Saiz. Magic happens Wednesday, November 17.
CBR's Greg McElhatton reviews "Zatanna" #1, the debut issue of the longstanding character's first ever ongoing series, and gives it 4 stars, saying of the Paul Dini and Stephane Roux comic, "there's a lot to like here."
Cartoon Network has provided clips and pics from this week's new episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold," featuring The Spectre, Phantom Stranger and Batman's father, Dr. Thomas Wayne!
Paul Dini spoke with CBR on what took so long for Zatanna's first ongoing series to come to fruition, what rules of magic he'll be implementing and how his real-life wife is an inspiration for the Mistress of Magic.
The backwards-speaking, fishnet-wearing magician of the DCU finally gets a start date for her long-rumored ongoing series as writer Paul Dini and artist Stephane Roux team up for "Zatanna" in May.
“The Killing Joke” artist extraordinaire Brian Bolland spins for us his worst convention experience, explains why he’s draws in digital, and reveals his next projects, including new Animal Man and Zatanna titles.