Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is one of the best adaptation of the DC Flashpoint comic. In some ways, this superhero movie is even better.
DC rebooted the entire universe with the New 52, leading to one of the darkest and most depressing eras in comics.
DC Comics' New 52 relaunch offered bold new takes on its famous superheroes that resulted in some of those character's best stories ever.
DC rebooted its universe with The New 52. While Batman, Superman, and the Joker all got makeovers, this era also introduced many new characters.
Popular toy and collectible manufacturing company Funko has unveiled two new Pop! figures based on characters from DC's New 52.
Since the "Suicide Squad" movie primarily draws from the Squad's New 52 adventures, CBR counts down their best comic book stories of the modern era.
As Rebirth retires DC Comics' New 52, CBR remembers a dozen great things to come out of 2011's line-wide relaunch.
CBR's Tom Bondurant provides an overview of major changes to DC's shared universe, from the Golden Age through "Rebirth."
Whether he's the Post-Crisis or Pre-Flashpoint Superman, this handy primer helps you prepare for the Man of Tomorrow's return for DC Rebirth.
Could DC Comics' "Rebirth" mean a return to the pre-New 52 version of the DCU? We look at the post-Crisis elements most ripe for a comeback.
Dan DiDio and Jim Lee both posted a cryptic new teaser on their Twitter accounts, containing only the word "Rebirth."
Steve Morris argues that comics' superhero universes could take a pointer from the story WWE wrestlers Bayley and Sasha Banks recently told.
Jim Lee and Dan DiDio discuss DC Comics after the New 52, Frank Miller's latest Batman epic and legacy creators returning to the fold.
DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio detail the inspiration behind the 24 new launches arriving in June, and responding to a changing readership.
Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr. chat with CBR about high-profile changes, the importance of The Daily Planet and Johns' decision to leave the series.
Jeff Parker discusses his "Convergence" books with CBR, employing forgotten events, Jack Kirby deep cuts, CC Beck homages and more classic DC nods.
With Harley's popularity at an all-time high, Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti reveal the book's origin and ponder the connection to its gleeful fanbase.