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With six and a half months of the relaunch behind us, what's the next step for DC's New 52? Find out in this WonderCon 2012 panel!
The new SWAMP THING has debuted in the pages of DC's New 52, and the writer and artist behind his transformation explain.
Here's preview look at all the solicits from the SUPERMAN family titles coming from The New 52 in June 2012.
Here's preview look at all the solicits from the New 52 THE EDGE titles coming from The New 52 in June 2012.
Take an exclusive look at FRANKENSTEIN, AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E. #7, coming from DC Comics March 14, 2012.
DC VP's John Rood & Bob Wayne discuss DC's February 2012 sales figures and preview 2012 for readers.
Still have questions about DC's EARTH 2 & WORLDS' FINEST? Paul Levitz reveals more about DC's new Earth.
Jeff Lemire continues his critically acclaimed run on surprise hit Animal Man, and tells us about his second arc on the book.
Think you have DC's EARTH 2 figured out? Series writer James Robinson gives his first exclusive interview on the ongoing series.
SHAZAM! Don't call him Captain Marvel, as his lightning-infused and hooded look distinguishes him from his marvel-ous past.
Judd Winick stops by to talk about Catwoman, the way she's still growing, staying sexy, and crossing over into Night of the Owls.
Writer Scott Synder answers questions about the long-awaited return of SWAMP THING in March, and if it's Alec?
Check out this early look at THE FURY OF FIRESTORM: THE NUCLEAR MEN #6, from DC Comics Feb 22, 2012.
Completing our exclusive interviews about DC's teen-crossover THE CULLING with SUPERBOY, TEEN TITANS writer Scott Lobdell.
We take an exclusive closer look at the TEEN TITANS, SUPERBOY, LEGION LOST, THE RAVAGERS crossover "The Culling".
We talk with artist David Finch on writer Gregg Hurwitz joining BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT and winning back fan confidence.
We wrap up BATWOMAN Tuesday with a talk with co-writer W. HADEN BLACKMAN on the future of the DC title.
We continue our Tuesday spotlight of DC Comics' BATWOMAN, talking to rotating artist Amy Reeder about her approach.