Geoff Johns answers Newsarama's questions about DC's FLASHPOINT #1, including the Thomas Wayne surprise in this post-game interview.
DC's universe-changer is here, and we take a look through the first issue with some spoilery thoughts on how it all begins.
Colin Bell takes a look at the first issue of DC's big universe-changing event and finds it largely lives up to the hype!
With FLASHPOINT #1 in stores today, DC's latest teaser for the series proclaims that "Today the World Changes"
A coloring error in DC's FCBD FLASHPOINT preview issue has sparked on online conversation about diversity in comics.
One-page preview of DC's FLASH #12, written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Scott Kolins and Francis Manapul.
Our series on the FLASHPOINT tie-ins continues as Sterling Gates discusses his KID FLASH story featuring Bart Allen.
In other look into the world of FLASHPOINT, we talk with writer Tony Bedard about Emperor Aquaman.
In the start of a series about the world of FLASHOINT, we talk with BRIAN AZZARELLO about Batman, Knight of Vengeance.
DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio talks about the events and ramifications of the BRIGHTEST DAY finale.
It's the final issue of BRIGHTEST DAY, and Swamp Thing is back. Here's a preview of an finale.
Vaneta Rogers talks with the TINY TITANS creative team about June's "Flashpoint" issue. No really ... sort of.
Graeme McMillan looks at the comic book sales chart and asks why DC does so well at the top but not so much after.
It's a four-pack of day-of-release reviews, including GREEN LANTERN #65, AVENGERS #12, the debut of MARIJUANAMAN and more
"War of the Green Lanterns" continues in part 4 in GREEN LANTERN #64 and part 5 in GREEN LANTERN CORPS #59.
Nine of this past Wednesday's comics get the Best Shots treatment, including THE FLASH and SUPER SOLDIER ANNUAL
In a prelude to FLASHPOINT the origin of the mysterious Hot Pursuit is revealed. Here's a preview of THE FLASH #10.
FLASHPOINT, WAR OF THE GREEN LANTERNS, BRIGHTEST DAY ... July 2011 is event month at DC and here is their July 2011 solicitations.