Taking place in an alternate timeline which will be the focus of the upcoming Injustice: Gods Among Us video game, this first look at issue #2 of the comic book prequel features a Superman driven insane with rage and grief after the shocking events of last month's instalment! "Diana. I killed them..."
A former Boy Wonder and a femme-fatale magician were named DC Comics' most dateable superheroes in the publisher's Valentine's Day poll. One was a landslide victory while the other was a tightly contested contest. Continue on for the results.
DC will launch an ongoing series by writer Greg Pak and artist Jae Lee which will chronicle the "definitive story" of how the two heroes met in the New 52 universe. Read on for more details and check out some great artwork from Lee after the jump..
The artist, best known for his work on the likes of Amazing Spider-Man and Daredevil over at Marvel, has lent his unique talents to providing a special variant cover for Grant Morrison's final issue of Action Comics (issue #18, which goes on sale next month). Check it out!
Was the debut issue of Justice League of America, 'World's Most Dangerous' a great opening salvo or a grave misstep from DC Comics' Justice League line?
Throne of Atlantis concludes, Wrath of The First Lantern is in full swing Geoff Johns is debuting his Justice League of America, and his collaboration with Andrew Kreisberg in Vibe. Click here to take a look at my reviews for some of DC's biggest comics from the week.
In the wake of the Orson Scott Card/Superman controversy, DC have concluded the current Medusa story arc by having Batwoman propose to her girlfriend Maggie - but will the wedding take place? Check out some artwork after the jump.
The new creative teams for Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, Green Lantern: New Guardians and Red Lanterns have all been officially revealed by DC, while Larfleeze will also be getting his own solo series. Read on for details!
In Grant Morrison's penultimate issue of his run on Action Comics (on sale this Wednesday), how exactly Ma and Pa Kent died in "The New 52" continuity is finally revealed. "Never give up the fight to make this world a better place, son..."
Check out this preview for the final issue of Vertigo's Hellblazer starring John Constantine. After twenty-five years, Vertigo's longest-running comic book has one last scam from Constantine ahead of his New 52 solo series.
Thanks to USA Today, we have the first lettered preview of Geoff Johns (Green Lantern) and David Finch's (Batman: The Dark Knight) highly anticipated Justice League of America #1. "There's only one Justice League!"
Geoff Johns is stepping off the Green Lantern titles and occupying that availability will be a new solo series for Vibe. Check out this preview for the new JLA member that's being touted as the key to DC's multiverse.
The fallout from Death of the Family continues in "The Long Week" from Kyle Higgins and artists Juan Jose Ryp and Roger Bonet. Grayson appears to be reeling hard from the Joker's attack and the person most concerned is Damian? Check out this 5-page preview.
What does Catwoman need after confrontations with the Joker and Eclipso? A burglary of course. Check out this preview of Catwoman #17 from writer Ann Nocenti and artists Rafa Sandoval and Jordi Tarragona.
Comic Book fans, and more specifically, Batman fans, are split on if the ending of the Joker's rampage in "Death of the Family" was a cop-out, or if it indeed lived up to the hype with an ingenious and well-written plot twist. Here's my take on what went down in the story arc.
In this first look at Red Hood and the Outlaws #17, the fallout from "Death of the Family" continues as Jason Todd bids farewell to Gotham City and the rest of the Bat-Family. "Did you two really think I was going to get taken down by Joker AGAIN?"
Batman Incorporated #8 is apparently the latest book to leak early. The cover showcases a new take on a classic Batman cover. Click to find out the spoiler and the cover.
Writer Geoff Johns brings his Aquaman/Justice League crossover to an end with next week's issue #17 as the League find themselves unearthing a conspiracy AND battling the forces of Atlantis. Hit the jump for a first look at the issue!
The final chapter in Scott Snyder's superb "Death Of The Family" arc hit shelves yesterday, so we'll assume most of you have read it by now. But if you haven't, WARNING, every major plot point will be discussed in detail after the jump..
We saw the cover of this issue late last year and now we have a five page lettered preview of Constantine #1 from DC Comics. The news that Vertigo's longest running series was ending was met with a very mixed reaction, so will this one do him justice? Check it out!