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.
The classic "Teen Titans" tale by Marv Wolfman and George Perez is being re-interpreted in the pages of Christopher Priest's "Deathstroke."
CBR has the first look at a handful of variant covers accompanying DC titles this fall, by the likes of Fiona Staples, Shane Davis and more.
Remember when comic books had corner boxes on the covers? CBR does, and we spotlight some of the most historic (and clever) uses of the format.
Speaking to CBR ahead of his appearance at Fan Expo, the veteran voice actor revealed his excitement over the idea of making a cameo in a DC film.
A cryptic photo released by the Superman star hints at the black Superman costume we first saw in the "Return of Superman" storyline.
John Ostrander and Kim Yale's "Suicide Squad" changed the face of the DC Universe many times over - here are their ten greatest stories.
For "Suicide Squad's" Rick Flagg, the bright side to the negative critical reviews is a better movie going experience for the fans.
The "Shazam!" producer offers an update on the DC Comics-based film, which will star Dwayne Johnson as the villainous Black Adam.
Scott Lobdell and Dexter Soy's "Red Hood and the Outlaws" #1 focuses on Jason Todd, but organically builds the origin of the team.
As we prepare for the debut of Marvel's "Mosaic," we run down previous body-jumping comic characters, from Deadman to Parallax and beyond.
The flaws in "Batman: The Killing Joke" stand out more than ever a generation later, but so does its emotional impact in a changing social climate.
Momoa rocks a sweet guitar in a new photo, taken by director Zack Snyder, from the London set of "Justice League."