What was known as "Five Years Later" now has an official name. Read on for official details about the new weekly series as well as its Free Comic Book Day prelude. And did you say BATMAN BEYOND?
The same man who let us know that GM is designing the new Batmobile is back with a little more information. Curious to find out what that is? Read on!
Eagerly awaiting Snake's next adventure? Today Konami released the cover art for both Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms. You can also find several new screenshots within this article.
Did you lament the recent cancellation of Legends of the Dark Knight in monthly print format? Or are you looking for something outside of New 52 continuity? Check out this lettered preview because this book may be up your alley.
Batman Beyond 2.0 writer Kyle Higgins sent out an interesting Tweet just hours ago. Terry McGinnis may finally get his own sidekick. Find out more within.
This week the Man-Bat arc comes to a close and the war with Apokolips heats up. Not only do I review these two new comics, I have also done my first retro review that Green Lantern fans may want to check out.
Bane is set to don cape and cowl in next month's Forever Evil: Arkham War #3. Read on for the first details and a glimpse of some artwork.
This week DC brings us two juggernauts and one scrappy pugilist. Find out which comic is which and how I scored them in these reviews.
We're about a month and a half away from DC's big celebration of Batman in Detective Comics #27. In this article you can check out Tony Daniel's variant cover, starting with pencils, then moving to inks, and finally with colors added.
If you like to read superhero stories set in World War II, then you're in for a real treat. Launching this February, The Royals: Masters of War promises to be the latest powerhouse in Vertigo's resurgence as the standard of mature comic book storytelling.
Harley launched her new solo series this week with a zero issue and DC has provided us with a first look at issue #1's interior art.
Harley Quinn has finally broken out on her own and debuts her new ongoing series this week. Is it worth a buy? Find out within.
Have you felt like you have been forgotten because you haven't upgraded to Blu-Ray yet? Well, I'm here to let you know that you haven't been with this full review of the standard definition home release.
This week Dark City is in full effect, Superman meets the family, and Smallville (sort of) ends. Read on to see what I thought of these three new comics.
Today MGM revealed in a press release that Ernst Stavro Blofeld can finally come home. Find more details within.
A new interpretation of the Boy Wonder will join the Batman mythos this January. Read on for the first details and a look at a preliminary sketch.
The third volume of Scott Snyder's Swamp Thing saga arrives in stores today. Read on for my take and why Swamp Thing makes me think of Power Station.
Are you Dream-ing of a white Christmas? If you're a fan of Neil Gaiman's groundbreaking Sandman work, then Vertigo Comics has the perfect gift for you.
In February these two titles will unite to tell a pivotal story for the Green Lantern corner of the DC Universe. Find out more details inside including which KRYPTONIAN will become a Red Lantern.
DC Comics is set to give two ladies the spotlight in their own one-shots this February. Within are an early look at solicits as well as cover art.
We have been graced this week with some comics that very much deserve some high marks. Just how high did I score them? Find out within.
Geoff Johns and an all-star team of artists have brought us the first collection of stories involving this new super team. Did this new take on a classic concept prove successful? Read on to see what I thought.
Vertigo's adaptation of the Quentin Tarantino film starring Jamie Foxx arrives in comic shops today. Read on to find out if the graphic novel was on target.
A preview for this week's issue of Earth 2 has been made available. Be forewarned that it contains a HUGE spoiler.
This week a new Dark Knight rises, Luthors do battle, and Neil Gaiman returns to Sandman. Read on for my take on these three new comics from DC and Vertigo.