Pandora has been the New 52's most enigmatic figure, but that all changes when she gets the spotlight in Ray Fawkes & Daniel Sampere's "Trinity of Sin: Pandora," and DC has revealed pages from #2.
Writer Jeff Lemire speaks to CBR News about his creator-owned Vertigo miniseries "Trillium," his "American Vampire" anthology story and the visual delights of the 1920s.
DC Comics Editor Brian Cunningham gives CBR an inside look at "Trinity War," including which titles tie into the Justice League event, the shocking death that starts it all and looming battles with Secret Society & Shazam.
With Trinity War looming on the horizon, DC Comics has released several pages of Ivan Reis' art from "Justice League" #22, written by Geoff Johns and featuring the New 52 debut of a very different Doctor Light.
Following this morning's announcement of DC Comics' Villains Month, CBR has compiled a gallery of the animated gif representations of the event's 3D-motion lenticular covers. UPDATED 7:37 AM
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee spill more details on September's linewide Villains Month event, sharing an early look at the 3D animated covers.
Sporting a 3D-motion cover, "Forever Evil" spins out of the events of DC Comics' "Trinity War" crossover in September, as Geoff Johns and Dave Finch helm the New 52's first linewide crossover event.
Writer Ray Fawkes spoke with CBR about "Constantine's" role in the "Trinity War" event, and the challenges of beginning his solo run on the book in the middle of a major crossover.
This month, "Nightwing" artist Brett Booth steps in for a two-issue run on "Justice League of America." We spoke with him about the guest stint, leaving Dick Grayson and redesigning classic DC characters for the New 52.
Writers Ray Fawkes and J.M. DeMatteis discuss DC Comics' upcoming "Trinity War" Justice League crossover, the Trinity Of Sin and how they tackle their characters' religious overtones and origins.
In a surprise change, artist Gene Ha is taking up the reins for the Despero battle at the heart of next week's "Justice League" #20. CBR has an exclusive first look and first word of Ha's creator-owned future.
"Animal Man" writer Jeff Lemire speaks about killing Cliff Baker, the creepy villains of his next arc, how Buddy just missed being drafted into DC's "Trinity War" and co-writing the event with Geoff Johns.