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It's that last panel of the convention for DC Comics, where Jim Lee and Dan DiDio have a conversation with the fans.
Take a look at what's coming up in the Superman family of titles here at one of the last panels of the convention!
Join creators from across the New 52 as they reveal plans for upcoming storylines, discuss the latest developments and more from Comic-Con
Justice League: War was just announced on twitter as the first New 52 movie at DC animation, coming in 2014.
Trinity War kicks off officially with today's Justice League #22 and our Best Shots reviewer takes a look.
Take a look at Trinity of Sin: Pandora #1, plus some new story details, inside.
Greg Pak plans to bring Superman back down to Earth a bit, somewhat surprisingly in the book called Action Comics.
The first Arkham Asylum inmate and an Apokoliptic ball of fury are the newest villains introduced into the New 52 via the 'What's New' column.
Marguerite Bennett continues our conversation about her writing style and her love for Lobo's amorality.
The latest villain introduction from DC's blog is Anansa the Spider Queen, coming soon to Animal Man.
Batman: The Dark Knight has been doing the villain focus for months, revolving around a stubborn, obstinate Bruce Wayne.
Brainiac is coming to the New 52, and we have a new sketch that shows his evolution as a character.
The Villains take over in September 2013 at DC Comics, leading to the first line-wide crossover, FOREVER EVIL.
Take an exclusive look at THE MOVEMENT #2, from Gail Simone and Freddie Williams II.
Superman Unchained #1 hits stores in just two weeks, and we have all the variant covers from some comic book legends here!
Charles Soule takes over Red Lanterns in June, turning the team into 'bad people trying to do good things by doing bad things.'
Wrath and Scorn may be the latest Anti-Batman and Anti-Robin, but they are far from the first (of each). Here is a look at those that have come bef...
Kyle Rayner's a White Lantern for the long-term, and the Templar Guardians are sticking around. We talk to series writer Justin Jordan about their ...