DC Comics' world's finest couple reunite in an explosive preview of their new series by Steve Orlando and Fernando Blanco.
Following the recent tragedy in Orlando, Brett White advocates for Marvel and DC Comics to take their queer heroes to the next level.
As Rebirth retires DC Comics' New 52, CBR remembers a dozen great things to come out of 2011's line-wide relaunch.
Steve Orlando, ACO and Hugo Petrus conclude both the storyline and the series by pitting Midnighter against the Suicide Squad and Henry Bendix in "Midnighter" #12, and it's a shame to see it end.
What starts as a simple mission to steal an alien gun quickly spins wildly out of control in Steve Orlando, ACO, and Hugo Petrus' "Midnighter" #9, which introduces a foe who might just be able to stop Midnighter.
The nominations have been announced for the 27th GLAAD Media Awards, which recognize outstanding portrayals of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
It's a busy month for DC Comics in April, with the "Darkseid War" story ending in "Justice League" and Superman crossover "Super League" starting.
Hajime Isayama's hit manga sold nearly 8.8 million copies in Japan this year, a drop of almost 50 percent from 2013.
"Midnighter" #6 shows us what happens when a relationship gone public has consequences for loved ones, even as Steve Orlando, ACO and Hugo Petrus keep us guessing on what's next for our masked hero.
With DC Comics' DC You initiative four months in, CBR rounds up the titles that have lived up to their hype and more.
The new dynamic duo Midnighter and Dick Grayson return in "Midnighter" #4 by Steve Orlando and Stephen Mooney.