Robert Venditti, who has guided Aric of Dacia's adventures since Valiant returned, spoke with CBR about what to expect from the series' epic finale.
The 24-page digital comic by Christos Gage and Joe Bennett will feature Batman, Superman and the unveiling of the Man of Steel's new statue.
The "Batman v Superman" tie-in comics also feature Batman at work, Lex Luthor's skill at handling the press, Lois Lane's investigative skills and more.
With a new anthology and Dover's reissue of his first miniseries, Simmons' adventurer Arron Day -- aka Blackjack -- is back in a big way.
"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim explains how the digital tie-in to the hit TV series will resurrect some bad blood as the story races toward the S3 premiere.
Guggenheim tells CBR how Oliver Queen and his band of merry men will be looking to redefine themselves as the hit CW series enters its third season.
DC Comics will release "Arrow: Season 2.5" and "The Flash: Season Zero" as digital-first comic series in September.
"Five Ghosts" & "White Suits" writer Frank Barbiere opens the next phase of Dynamite's Gold Key relaunch with a family man gifted with godlike sci-fi powers.
Kieron Gillen catches CBR up on "Iron Metropolitan," which pits Tony Stark against the Mandarin's sentient rings and upcoming "Iron Man Annual."
Marvel and CBR celebrate Thanksgiving by sharing exclusive previews of "Inhumanity" #1 and "Iron Man" #19!
Dynamite has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at interior art from Greg Pak's "Turok: Dinosaur Hunter," solicitation info and two new variants.
Writer Kieron Gillen tells CBR about the fallout from "The Secret Origin of Tony Stark" and how it affects Tony Stark moving into "Iron Metropolotian."
Writer and "Arrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim discusses "Tears of Krypton," a three-part "Adventures of Superman" story asking some pointed questions about the DC Comics icon's origins.
CBR spoke with "Iron Man" writer Kieron Gillen about November's "Iron Metropolitan" arc which finds Tony Stark back on Earth, redefining the idea of future living and operating in the shadow of the Mandarin.
DC Comics has announced the writers and artists joining "Deathstroke" writer/artist Rob Liefeld on "Grifter" and "The Savage Hawkman" with a glimpse at Liefeld's new cover art.