CBR has the exclusive first look at Yanick Paquette's ("Swamp Thing") variant covers for "Justice League" #s 5-8.
Rob Williams, Jim Lee and Jason Fabok continue to align their "Suicide Squad" comic with its cinematic counterpart.
Julie Benson, Shawna Benson and Claire Roe's "Batgirl and the Birds of Prey" #1 is a good start to the ongoing series.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the covers and solicit info for the upcoming "New Batman Adventures/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" crossover.
CBR breaks down the highlights from DC Comics' November Previews, including "Green Arrow," "The Flash," "Super Powers" and more!
"Mother Panic" arrives in Gotham City, Robin meets Superboy, "New Talent Showcase" returns and more!
The cast of the villain-centric DC Comic film share their favorite scenes that were left out of the final cut.
Garth Ennis and Russ Braun explain how their "Hard-Travelin' Heroz" are unaffected by DC Comics' Rebirth -- whatever that is.
Catwoman and President Beth Ross (AKA Prez) are tackling the election in a special one-shot hitting stands in November.
This fan-made credits sequence for "Avengers" draws inspiration from Zack Snyder's "Watchmen," right down to the Bob Dylan track.
The hit CW series has cast Joey King as Magenta, a later addition to the Rogues during Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins' run on "The Flash."
Being a hero really does run in the family, whether you're part of Superman or Batman's inner circle -- or, in this case, both!
The League's battle to save Earth from mass assimilation takes an unexpected twist leaving readers wondering, who's right, and who's wrong?
Jaime Reyes' mentor will have a suit and some gadgets of his own when he returns in this month's "Blue Beetle Rebirth."
When Dick Grayson's latest mission for the Court of Owls goes south, the consequences could reverberate across several Bat-titles.
It's not easy being an Amazon princess, and it's even tougher to be her mother in Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott's "Wonder Woman" #4.
Attempts at synergy between comics and live-action often go awry, but DC's approach for "Supergirl" looks like it's going to work well.
The "I Am Gotham" finale reveals the fate of the city's newest heroes -- and foreshadows the death of a major Batman player.