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The Best DC Comics Animated Series, Ranked
From "Teen Titans" to "Batman: The Animated Series," CBR ranks the greatest DC Comics-based cartoons of all-time.
What Was So Great About the DC Animated Universe? Just About Everything
A decade after "Justice League Unlimited" came to an end, we reflect on the greatness of the DC Animated Universe.
10 Cartoon Crossovers We Need to See in Comics
CBR serves up a wish list of potential crossovers, based on animated series, that need to happen in comics right away.
Mondo gives Bizarro his own ‘Superman: The Animated Series’ vinyl
Not to be left out, Bizarro receives in own limited-edition purple vinyl from Mondo, cut into the shame of his emblem, complete with backward "S."
Mondo’s Comic-Con lineup includes TMNT figure, Ant-Man poster
The collectible art boutique has revealed a sneak peek at its Comic-Con International exclusives, including the First Hellboy statue and a "Superman: The Animated Series" die-cut single.
Ed Asner Reflects on His Iconic Roles, From Lou Grant to Granny Goodness
Ahead of his appearance this weekend at the Hollywood Show, the seven-time Emmy winner talks with SPINOFF about his storied career.
JM DeMatteis on Animation, Storytelling & “Traumatizing” Young Viewers
JM DeMatteis discusses his animation work on "Justice League Unlimited," "Teen Titans Go!" & more, including story, form and traumatizing 8-year-olds.
Superman’s a pain in the neck in ‘Man of Steel: The Animated Series’
Although the Superman-doesn’t-kill controversy surrounding Man of Steel has died down significantly since the film’s June premiere, it will probably flare up a little with the Blu-ray release next week. …
‘Man of Steel’ meets ‘Superman: The Animated Series’
Whether you remain unconvinced by the theatrical trailer for director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel or you’re merely a fan of Superman: The Animated Series, you may enjoy this video …
History of the Superman Portrayals – Part 2
Alan Kistler concludes his exploration of the men that have played Superman, picking up after Christopher Reeve and going all the way up to Tom Welling in "Smallville."