DC is bringing back several cult favorite characters back in a big way. In the beginning of 2016, DC will debut eight miniseries meant to enhance the DC Youniverse’s diversity. Len Wein will be writing a new take on the Metal Men, who were last seen in the pages of Swamp Thing #36. Coincidentally, Wein will also be […]
With DC Entertainment not ensconced safely in the petri dish of the Burbank studio world, THR’s Borys Kit delivers the Story of the Move with two videos of the DC library then and now. Trigger warning: images of Steve Korte holding a whip.
DC Entertainment announced the outlines of what they’ll be presenting at Comic-Con, with 19 panels covering all the lines from MAD to Morrison. And they’ll have a variety of variant covers available on different days, so you’ll have to stay alert to collect ’em all. • From iconic characters to emerging heroes, the expansive DC […]
Following a huge wave of complaints about Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Knight‘s PC Port performance, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has suspended sales of the title. These complaints included tales of sluggish performance and a total inability to get the game to work. Warner Bros. issued a statement on its community message boards last night: Dear Batman: Arkham […]
In their struggle to stay relevant in the technology-obsessed 21st century, many public libraries have turned towards e-book services to keep membership levels high. Historically, comic book publishers have been slow to embrace digital reading, with Dark Horse Comics only having joined Comixology this week. However, today DC Comics began its partnership with public library […]
Livewire, the ass-kicking electro-magnetic supervillain is coming to the DC You next month in Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr’s Batgirl #42. The character, who was created by Bruce Timm for Superman: The Animated Series, has received the Tarr hip-to-streets redesign treatment. She tweeted out a set of costume sketches earlier today. I’m pretty partial to the bottom center […]
Writer: Mark Russell Artist: Ben Caldwell Inker: Mark Morales Colorist: Jeremy Lawson Letterer: Travis Lanham Meet Beth Ross, the first teenaged President of the United States. In a nation where corporations can run for office, the poor are used as human billboards, and tacos are delivered by drone, our only hope is this nineteen-year-old Twitter […]
Every once and a while you come across some old files you don't remember. Here's an oldie but goodie (2004) from the… Posted by Dan DiDio on Monday, June 15, 2015 DC Entertainment co-publisher Dan DiDio is packing up his house and as he did with his office he’s sharing some of the historical items […]