Geoff Johns' co-writer Matt Kindt expands on why the MANHUNTER back-up feature in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA is key to the series and the New 52.
It's day-of-release reviews of the following: GREEN LANTERN #16, UNCANNY AVENGERS #3 and BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN #6
The second Justice League team is about to premiere, and we have a new interview with writer Geoff Johns about these relative unknowns.
RISE OF THE THIRD ARMY winds down as Simon Baz meets gets trained by B'DG in this GREEN LANTERN #16 preview.
Ivan Reis reunites with Geoff Johns as THRONE OF ATLANTIS begins, and David Pepose is pleased with the story's start
Geoff Johns answers questions about his JUSTICE LEAGUE-AQUAMAN modern-day war story crossover THRONE OF ATLANTIS.
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA's VIBE ongoing series writer Andrew Kreisberg acknowledges the elephant in the room and talks about his plans for the cha...
DC is doing 52 variants of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 the 50 states, plus Puerto Rico and DC and here's a first look
Is #13 lucky for AQUAMAN? How does the debut of Marvel's A+X fare? Those comics, the latest FATALE and more get reviewed
Reviews of freshly released books including JUSTICE LEAGUE #13 and HAWKEYE #3 with two books getting a 10/10
The head of Marvel TV talks about S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series, Wolverine comic AND has a run in with DC's Geoff Johns in Newsarama's NYCC Skybox.
The DC comics' writer and chief creative officer talks JUSTICE LEAGUE, SHAZAM and more.
Geoff Johns. Jim Lee. David Finch. Francis Manapul. Ivan Reis. Some of the biggest names in comics all here to talk about the Justice League line a...
AVX: VS #6 and GREEN LANTERN #13 both hit comic shops physical and online today, and both managed to please our reviewers
Fresh off his debut, new Green Lantern Simon Baz gets thrown into "Rise of the Third Army" in Green Lantern #13.
It's a double-shot of day-of reviews: JUSTICE LEAGUE #0, and the mainstream news-worthy ULTIMATE COMICS ULTIMATES #15
What's next for Wonder Woman after hooking up with Superman? Fighting her old nemesis Cheetah, as seen in these images.
The new art team for the premier squad of superheroes in the DC Universe is Ivan Reis and Joe Prado, but what does that mean for Jim Lee?