The classic "Teen Titans" tale by Marv Wolfman and George Perez is being re-interpreted in the pages of Christopher Priest's "Deathstroke."
With DC's "Rebirth" combining "Watchmen" and the "Man of Steel"-era Superman, we look at their shared beginnings and their possible hidden connections.
Aspen Comics has debuted its latest exclusive variant for DC Comics' "Rebirth" initiative: the Clown Prince of Crime by the late Michael Turner.
With more attention on the Suicide Squad than ever, DC Comics has chosen the right time to launch this exact version of the team during Rebirth.
Priest tells CBR why DC's pitch for him to write "Deathstroke" brought him back to comics, and his frustration with being labeled a "Black writer."
DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio sees monthly sales as essential to the publisher's long term health.
Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti explain that while the series will feature more DC Universe faces, "Harley Quinn" remains business as (un)usual.
In Tom King, David Finch and Matt Banning's "Batman" #4, an unexpected homage of the Eisner Award-winning "All-Star Superman" takes place.
Rob Williams and Philip Tan share the Squad's secrets, explain Killer Croc and Enchantress' romance, and President Obama's role in the Rebirth one-shot.
Hal Jordan's a Green Lantern once more, but what about the rest of the Corps? And how does Sinestro fit into the current GLC status quo?
DC's co-publisher breaks down exactly why labeling the publisher's Rebirth initiative a reboot is incorrect.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio & Jim Lee discuss the fan reaction to the "Rebirth" era, and shifting philosophies over the years.
Is a classic enemy, not seen since before "Flashpoint," responsible for Wally West's existence being wiped from the DC Universe's collective memory?
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio & Jim Lee tell CBR that it'll be a while before the story of "Watchmen" involvement in the DC Universe continues.