When it comes to the Justice League, their offspring seem to pack more punch than them!
There has been a lot of news about the DCEU, but only the most hardcore fans know these secrets about (and around) the movie universe!
Comics are full of super powerful gods, but these 20 are so weak that we think you can take them down in a scrap (probably not)!
DC has some of all of comicdom's most powerful units, so we're ranking 15 of them from weakest to strongest.
Power comes in many forms, and these DCEU characters wield most, if not all, of it in the DC movie universe.
CBR reflects on 15 DC heroes and villains from the dreaded '90s that are either forgettable or have just been plain forgotten.
While Superman might come to mind as the DCU's most powerful heroes, his power doesn't even come close to that of these gods.
The DCEU has some of the most dangerous men and women in all of superhero movies, so we're ranking them in terms of how lethal they are.
The Source Wall's fissure continues to drive the Justice League, Titans and Teen Titans' adventures in our advance look at DC's August 2018 solicits.
The latest Justice League scribe for DC Comics, Scott Snyder, weighs in on the Joker's role as part of the first in-continuity Legion of Doom.
Lex will return to his traditional role as a supervillain in the pages of Justice League when the title relaunches under Snyder, Cheung and Jimenez.
Wonder Woman may be one of the most heroic characters in the history of fiction, but she's done some downright awful things during her life among men.
Batman may be a world class hero, but he's still kind of a jerk. Come learn about th sketchy things Batman can get away just cause he's the Batman!
The DCEU and the Nolan trilogy have some interesting contrasts, with their own strengths and weaknesses. But is one better than the other? CBR explores.
With the Legion of Doom about to become a major part of the DC Comics Universe, look back on their past comic book appearances over the years.
DC Comics' Justice League relaunch will introduce the Still Force, which has a connection to Flash villain Gorilla Grodd.
Scott Snyder dishes on some of the backstory behind the Ultraviolet Lantern coming up in Justice League.