The image features the classic Golden Age heroes in a familiar setting.
More of a direct continuation than a sequel, it’s a follow-up every bit as timely and relevant to the world we live in as the story that rocked comics in the 1980’s.
What secrets will the architect of the modern DC Universe unveil?
Manhattan really liked the ending of Infinity War.
Alex tackles the finale of DARK NIGHTS: METAL and the turning gears of DOOMSDAY CLOCK #4.
Rorschach encounters a different kind of comedian
The biggest surprise in the December Diamond-NA comics chart is not that DC has five of the top six comics (and six of the top ten), or that DC & Marvel are in a virtual tie for market share (DC edges out Marvel for dollar share, while Marvel edges out DC for unit share), or even that DC is maintaining strong sales of both Dark Nights Metal & Doomsday Clock.
We told you earlier that it sounded like Doomsday Clock was going bi-monthly? Geoff Johns tweeting about it is pretty much as official as you’re going to want. That’s his project and here’s what he had to say: A HUGE HUGE thank you for your patience with @1moreGaryFrank and I. We’re shifting #DoomsdayClock to bi-monthly. I […]
In June 2016, DC Comics kicked off the start of its Rebirth initiative. After a wave of criticism surrounding the way they have treated their characters’ rich histories since 2011’s New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to rebrand. They hope that by restoring their characters’ pasts, they will restore readers’ faith in them as well. […]
We’re not sure exactly what’s going on with the Doomsday Clock publishing schedule, but it sure sounds like something’s up. It all started yesterday when Newsarama tweeted: DOOMSDAY CLOCK Switching To Bi-Monthly Schedule https://t.co/Zupnof8Jqk pic.twitter.com/4fpbyexiNh — Newsarama (@Newsarama) January 22, 2018 A bit later they clarified: No, bi-monthly from #5 on. So #5 in May, #6 […]