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Jeff Lemire Aims for a More Relatable Ollie in ‘Green Arrow’ [Interview]

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If you had a hard time liking the cocky, full-of-himself version of Oliver Queen that's been trotting around the DC Universe since the start of the New 52, take comfort. New writer Green Arrow writer Jeff Lemire -- of Animal Man, Sweet Tooth, Essex County and Best-of-the-Year book Underwater Welder -- felt the same way.

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New 52 Designs Aplenty Surface In Mattel’s DC Unlimited And Batman Unlimited Action Figure Lines

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Mattel's DC Universe Classics brand has been relegated from retail to the pricier Mattycollector subscription service, but plenty of compatible 6" superhero figures will continue to roll out in stores via the rebranded DC Unlimited and Batman Unlimited lines in early 2013. Among the figures headed to retail under the Batman Unlimited banner will be "New 52" versions of Batman and Batgirl,

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DC NOW! Panel: Dystopian DC Future in ‘Rotworld’, ‘Trinity War’, and Still No Wally West [SDCC]

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The third and final DC Comics panel of Thursday's San Diego Comic-Con schedule, covering a wide array of creators and topics, was moderated by VP - Marketing John Cunningham and featured Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder, Brian Buccellato, Scott Lobdell, Rob Liefeld, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and editors Bob Harras and Bobbie Chase. Cunningham clarified that the panel was titled "D

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Rob Liefeld to Take Over Three DC Comics Titles in May

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DC Comics announced on Friday that Rob Liefeld will be taking over three New 52 titles beginning in May: Deathstroke, which he will write and draw, replacing both writer Kyle Higgins and artist Joe Bennett; The Savage Hawkman, which he will plot, presumably replacing current writer Tony Daniel; and Grifter, which he will also plot, presumably replacing Nathan Edmondson.

This news comes after Liefeld's having replaced Sterling Gates as the writer of Hawk & Dove, which itself was one of the six New 52 titles conformed for cancelation e

Bizarro Back Issues: Commissioner Gordon vs. the Space Alien (1978)

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Who's the most normal member of Batman's vast supporting cast? Well, even during the most bizarre years of Batman's career -- the age of Bat-Mite and Bat-Hound, the Zebra Batman, King Batman the First, Rip van Batman, and travels to alien worlds and different eras in time -- at least one element of the Batman comic books remained relatively Earthbound: Batman's pal Commissioner James Gordon. Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson were zipping around the world

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‘A Toast to Green Lantern’ Says What Heroes Really Think (If They Were Awful People) [Video]

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Green Lantern is the latest comic book character to become the basis of a major motion picture, and his colleagues in the superhero community quite naturally wanted to take the famous space cop out to celebrate. But with so many deserving super

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Brightest Day 17: Longest Day [Review]

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It's been eight months since the first issue of Brightest Day. Now, if an actual day were to last that long, it would cause massive droughts, famine and heat waves on one side of the Earth while the other freezes and probably undergoes equal amounts of famine. In this

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DC Universe: James Robinson’s Accidental Hawkman Announcement, Fans Will Vote For the Leader of the Legion [NYCC]

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Today at the New York Comic Con, DC Comics Executive Story Editor Ian Sattler joined creators J. Michael Straczynski, Paul Levitz, James Robinson, J.T. Krul Shane Davis, Gail Simone, Peter J. Tomasi, Tony Bedard, Kevin Maguire and Nick Spencer on stage for a very lively discussion regarding future DC Universe projects.

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‘Batman: The Brave and the Bold’ on Wii is like Playing The Show. With Laser Swords. [Review]

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When I was out in San Diego for Comic-Con, one of the things I was most looking forward to was the playable verision of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" for the Wii that was set up at the DC Booth. After all, a video game based on the animated series that's essentially a sequel to the 1966 live-action "Batman," but expanded to the entire DC Universe? That's like

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LBFA Presents: The History of Hawkman Explained [Comic]

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There are an awful lot of characters in superhero comics, and in today's fast-paced world of retcons and alternate universes, sometimes it can be difficult to keep track of who everyone is, if that's still who they are, whether they're alive, or if perhaps it turns out they never existed at all

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