CBR has the exclusive first look at Yanick Paquette's ("Swamp Thing") variant covers for "Justice League" #s 5-8.
Tim Seeley explains why change is the one constant in Dick's world, and how the character remains the same one fans love despite it.
Tim Seeley & Yanick Paquette build on past glories, celebrating pre-Flashpoint aspects of the character while setting the stage for all-new challenges and foes.
DC Comics has provided CBR with a half-dozen more character designs, including Tony Daniel's take on Wonder Woman.
Dick Grayson is back in blue! The former Robin returns to his superhero roots in first looks at DC Comics' "Nightwing: Rebirth" & "Nightwing" #1!
The "All-Star Superman" scribe also discussed his approach to Wonder Woman, his favorite character in the graphic novel and more.
CBR used the Lasso of Truth to force writer Grant Morrison to spill secrets about DC's highly anticipated OGN illustrated by Yanick Paquette.
Bruce Wayne is back in action in Snyder & Paquette's freshly released "Batman" #49, and it didn't happen the way you might expect. SPOILERS!
In Scott Snyder and guest artist Yanick Paquette's "Batman" #49, Bruce Wayne must face his past and decide who he really is.
"Injustice: Gods Among Us" writer Tom Taylor announced he'll collaborate with artist Robson Rocha for a "short run" on DC's "Batman/Superman."
DC Comics has released the cover art and solicitation text for Grant Morrison and Paquette's anticipated graphic novel.
The writer says he understands why Zack Snyder's take on the icon is so aggressive, but it's "not what William Marston wanted."
Yanick Paquette and Cliff Chiang provide covers for "The Multiversity: Ultra Comics," "Batman/Superman" and "Batman Eternal."
Henry Cavill and Amy Adams took a dousing while on the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" set, as the Ice Bucket Challenges keep coming.
Superstar writer Grant Morrison tells CBR TV about channeling inner demons in "Annihilator" and why he's been talking "The Multiversity" for years.
CBR has an exclusive first look at DC's monstrous October variants, including Ryan Ottley's "The Flash," Gene Ha's "New Teen Titans" & more.