The Man of Steel's battle with Green Lantern villain Hector Hammond leads him into a direct confrontation with the New God known as Orion in this first look at Scott Lobdell (Teen Titans) and Aaron Kuder's (Avenging Spider-Man) Superman #20. Check it out!
We were introduced to "The New 52" version of Reverse Flash in the shocking final moments of issue #19, but we get to learn a little more about him in this first look at Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's The Flash #20. Check it out!
Click here to see a preview of issue #20 of DC Comics' Batman: The Dark Knight from writer Greg Hurwitz and artist Szymon Kudranski.
Legendary writer John Ostrander takes over Aquaman from Geoff Johns for an interlude story featuring Arthur Curry's other superhero team, "The Others". Hit the jump for a first look at issue #20 of the series which goes on sale this Wednesday!
Geoff Johns brings his historic and critically acclaimed run on Green Lantern to an explosive end in this Wednesday's issue #20. Hit the jump for a first look at the "Wrath of the First Lantern" epilogue with artwork from Doug Mahnke.
The newest recruits to the Justice League (Firestorm, Element Woman and the Atom) find themselves facing off against Despero in this first look at Geoff Johns and Gene Ha's issue #20 as the seeds to "Trinity War" continue being laid down. Check it out!
Comic book writer James Robinson announced via his Twitter account that he's leaving the ongoing New 52 series Earth 2 and DC Comics with issue #16. Click to check it out!
The Tiny Titans spawned superteam Superpets make their dynamic debut on the small screen.
Count Vertigo made his small screen debut on the CW's Arrow not too long ago, and now DC are reintroducing him to their comic book universe with a brand new look courtesy of Green Arrow artist Andrea Sorrentino. Check it out!
The Batman movie that I never had faith in until I read the Script. I want the peoples opinions on what they think about this script.
DC animated characters: Joker and Harley Quinn, Powergirl and Green Arrow.
In this first look at Batgirl #20, Barbara Gordon continues to deal with the aftermath of the death of her brother by her hand and we are also introduced to a brand new FEMALE Ventriloquist. Hit the jump to check it out!
Jock is no stranger to the Caped Crusader after his run on Detective Comics and those awesome The Dark Knight Rises posters for Mondo, but the artist has now unveiled his fantastic variant cover for issue #21 of Batman. Check it out!
Legion of Superheroes and Demon Knights have been around since the very beginning of "The New 52", but DC has decided to cancel those along with new titles Dial H and Threshold. Hit the jump to read the solicitation details for their final issues this August.
The newest recruits to the Justice League (Firestorm, Element Woman and the Atom) find themselves facing off against Despero in this first look at Gene Ha's artwork from issue #20 of the series as the build up to "Trinity War" continues. Check it out!
The August 2013 solicitations for DC's Batman titles seemingly reveal that the Caped Crusader will succeed in his mission to resurrect his son...or do they? Hit the jump to check out the covers and details for all the books which will be on sale this summer.
An inked version of Doug Mahnke's triptych cover for the second part of "Trinity War" has been unveiled, and it features the Justice League, Justice League of America and Justice League Dark all racing towards...something! Check it out.
In the latest instalment of "What's New In The New 52", DC Comics has unveiled their redesigned version of Batman villain, Dr. Phosphorus. However, it sounds as if he'll be facing off against a certain femme fatale this time around! Check it out.
Celebrated comic book writer Grant Morrison touches on Man of Steel while promoting Wonder Woman: Earth One. But before addressing Superman, Morrison comments on the Mandarin twist in Iron Man 3.
At a press event in Burbank last night, Grant Morrison officially announced that he and Yanick Paquette will indeed team-up for original graphic novel, Wonder Woman: Earth One. Hit the jump for a first look at artwork from the book.
In need of recuperation after his latest defeat, the villainous Skeletor hides out on Earth but it's an Earth that's home to the greatest heroes and heroines of the DC Universe. He-Man vs Superman, who are you putting your money on?
She won't be going by the name Wonder Woman just yet, but Miller has exclusively revealed to MTV Geek that the iconic DC superheroine will make her Smallville debut in issue #16. Check out the teaser image after the jump.
After the huge success of Robot Chicken's first DC Comics Special it was really only a matter of time before we were treated to a follow-up. Well good news! A sequel to the Special will be released later this year, hit the jump for all the details!
Along with a very interesting (and revealing) interview with Batman/Superman writer Greg Pak, Newsarama have debuted four unlettered pages from the first issue, featuring stunning artwork by Jae Lee. Check them out after the jump.
In DC's latest 'What's New in the New 52', editor-in-chief Bob Harras introduces Cheshire into the New 52. The pre-New 52 version of the character was a Teen Titans villain, but now she'll have a connection to Jason Todd's past.