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‘Suicide Squad’ Is Sent to Save the Day for Warner Bros.’ DC Comics Movies

Now, both in the Warner Bros. executive suites and among legions of die-hard DC fans around the world, all eyes are on the bad guys to save the day.

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TV show ‘Lucifer’ Is Morbidly Fascinating and Perversely Entertaining

Fox has taken Lucifer, one of the most intellectually complicated and morally challenging properties in the DC Comics library, and made a TV show. Naturally, they turned it into a police procedural.

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Fantagraphics Artist Daniel Clowes Takes on Gender Inequality in Comics Establishment

Artist Daniel Clowes and his publisher Fantagraphics, unleashed a storm of media attention last week when they announced Clowes would be withdrawing his name as nominee for the prestigious Grand Prix d’Angouleme

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A Who’s Who and What’s What of ‘Gotham’s’ Second Season + Harley Quinn

Gotham Season 2 is subtitled “Rise of the Villains", as if the first season didn’t give us enough whacked-out baddies.

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‘Supergirl’s’ Melissa Benoist Flies Toward an Audience and Network Expecting Heroics

Supergirl may be pretty tired for a while if CBS succeeds in its marketing push.

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28 Jul 2015 // 3:15 PM

Meet the New Archie (and Still Love the Old Archie)

On July 8, Archie Comics launched a new Archie #1, replacing the previous Archie title that had run continually since 1943.

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David Dastmalchian Jumps From DC to Marvel in ‘Ant-Man’, and Meets an Idol in the Process

David Dastmalchian joins a small group of actors who have appeared in films from each of the two big competing names in comic books, DC and Marvel.

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Tres Bien! French Comic Books Hit the U.S. with Range and Creativity

The French are invading! (And they’re bringing comic books!)

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8 Jul 2015 // 4:28 PM

Hollywood, Well Much of It, Will Be Out in Force at Comic-Con

For the next four days, geek will be chic -- at least in the vicinity of downtown San Diego.

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7 Jul 2015 // 10:24 AM

Captain Comics: Americana, Horror Make for a Quality Mix

Writer Scott Snyder wants to scare you. And if you read Wytches Vol. 1, he’ll probably succeed.

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In Defense of the Infinite Universe in 'No Man's Sky'

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"The common cries of disappointment that surround No Man’s Sky stem from the exciting idea of an infinite universe clashing with the harsh reality of an infinite universe.

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