DC Comics are rereleasing Darwyn Cooke's The New Frontier as a Deluxe Edition collecting the six issue miniseries, plus, for the first time, a special #1 issue. Hit the jump to check out Cooke's brand new cover for the edition, which hits shelves February 2015.
Here's a new look at the much talked about new creative team taking on the Amazonian Princess, with these four pages featuring characters from all across the DC Universe. Hit the jump to check out some coloured interiors from Wonder Woman #36.
In this edition of Earth 2: World's End #4, Aquawoman finally makes her return to Atlantis just to see...my god. Meanwhile, the rest of our heroes are trying to find a way to stay alive! Hit the jump to check it out!
There's a lot going on in the DC Universe this January, and we've rounded up just 10 of the best looking covers with characters like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Green Arrow along with artists such as Greg Capullo, Bryan Hitch, and Jim Lee...
Following on from the news that Warner Bros. are planning a live-action Static Shock digital series, Flickering Myth reckon the studio are looking at Jaden (son of Will) Smith to fill the role of Virgil Hawkins, aka electrically-charged DC superhero Static Shock.
Which shows will keep on keeping on, which do I think are in developmental hell and which are in danger? check it out after the jump to find out.
Christopher Nolan was involved on the peripheral of Man of Steel while Jonathan Nolan was not involved at all. Perhaps one or both will return for one of the 11 upcoming DC Comics superhero films following Batman v Superman? Probably not.
Whoa, this was unexpected! According to Deadline, Warner Bros. are in talks for Jesse Eisenberg to make the jump from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to the Suicide Squad as Lex Luthor. It sounds like the villainous team just found its leader! Hit the jump for details...
Geoff Johns talks DC TV and Film and how they actually exist together...could we still have crossover of TV and Film stars?
The Marvel movies are obviously much lighter than the WB/DC movies. After all, Avengers had a bunch of jokes and funny stuff, while Man of Steel was the movie where Superman broke Zod’s neck. is being darker is a bad thing?
Tomorrow sees the launch of a brand new Bat-title, though this one's sure to be quite different from the rest -- it will focus on the inmates of Arkham Asylum making the move to a familiar location! Check out a preview of Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal's Arkham Manor #1.
These are the best of the best, that stem from the pages of the DC Universe.
Check out a neat cover by Cameron Stewart for the latest issue of 'Batgirl' set to hit shelves on January 14th, after the jump.
Click the jump to check out the awesome variant cover for Deathstroke #4 provided by artist Tony S. Daniel. The comic is set to be released in January 2015.
Check it out after the jump so you can get educated on the current and upcoming DC tv projects with this nice fan made info graphic.
Check it out as the Excellence of Editorials takes a look at the DARK movies in the DCCU or is it The Vertigo Cinematic Universe?
With DC's newest LEGO special airing on Cartoon Network later this month, DC All Access provides us with a new clip that features The Man Of Steel asking Batman if he wants to join the Justice League! Hit the jump to check it out!
Director David Ayer is currently doing press for his WW2 movie Fury, and Empire used the opportunity to quiz him about his next big project: WB/DC's supervillain flick, Suicide Squad. He doesn't give much away, but drops a few interesting hints as to what we can expect.
As the official announcements by DC/WB have been made, I take a look into the future to see what awaits and to the past to see what we got wrong.
Spinning out of Warner Brother's announced DC slate, DC plays the proverbial Lucy to Sony's Charlie Brown in this cinematic football gag.