For reasons both good and bad, the release of DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 is going to turn heads. And we’re here to tell you why.
In the wake of Batman Beyond‘s previous arc, Bruce’s old traumatic spinal injury has come back to haunt him. As the elder Batman recovers, the new generation of Bat, Terry McGinnis, decides to move into Wayne Manor to help his mentor. But as he aids Bruce and gives his batsuit an upgrade, an old foe comes […]
An advance look at a new Vertigo series from Tim Seeley, Stephen Molnar, Quinton Winter, and Carlos M. Mangual
The Brave and the Bold was one of the hallmarks of DC’s Silver and Bronze Age lineups. The classic title, which teamed Batman up with a number of different heroes from throughout the DC universe, is one of those concepts that’s always rich with possibility (particularly in how it utilizes the popularity of Batman to […]
Louie Hlad reviews this week’s DC Comics, including BOMBSHELLS: UNITED #6 and TRINITY #15.
The Dark Nights: Metal evil Batman tie-ins come to a conclusion as we discover the origin behind their ringleader…
The first reactions to the JUSTICE LEAGUE movie are in. Here’s what critics had to say.
If you read The Ankler, Richard Rushfield’s Hollywood insider newsletter you know every time he writes about whats up at the WB he refers to “the coming of the Telephone People”, aka the planned merger between ATT and Time Warner to make the biggest media company in the history of the universe, a gilded, crackling […]
Alex looks at NEW SUPER-MAN #17 and MISTER MIRACLE #4, entries in two of DC’s best series in a long time.
Bendis, the man who has defined the last 15+ years of Marvel continuity, the architect of the architects, is moving to DC. This morning, DC Comics took to Twitter to announce that they had signed an exclusive deal with comics writer Brian Michael Bendis. We’re so excited to start working with @BRIANMBENDIS! pic.twitter.com/v1tgsMaNTr — DC […]