The current writer of Justice League and Batman Who Laughs shares crazy stories from the past, plans for the future, and the real fears that have inspired his take on Batman.
As usual, visions of utopia in a superhero comic are built on a sinister foundation, just this time in the Sixth Dimension.
The five-issue miniseries is written by Jeff Lemire and illustrated by Michael Walsh.
How these two writers have taken on the entire DCU and lived to tell about it
Azrael is faced with a hard choice as Cyborg undergoes a crisis of his own
As many in comics would have told you over the last few years, if there’s one place where comics can definitely grow, it’s with younger readers. It seems that DC Comics has heard the message, as they’re launching DC Ink and DC Zoom, two new imprints targeted at young adult and middle grade audiences, respectively. […]
The artist and writer will also be limiting convention appearances and commissions going forward.
Plus, Tom King continues to play with form in BATMAN #62 while DC’s ongoing Justice League epic continues to explore layers of metaphor as Earth’s heroes cause/address new multiversal threats.
Writer Michael Northrop and artist Gustavo Duarte unveil the cover of their forthcoming collaboration for the new middle grade original graphic novel line, DC Zoom, which is due out in August.
Great. Caesar’s. Ghost.