Warner Home Video has provided the initial details and package artwork for the freshly-revealed Beware The Batman – Season One, Part One: Shadows Of Gotham DVD release, hitting shelves February 18th, 2014.
Continuing my series on "Comic Book Origins You Thought You Knew, But Really, You Didn't!" Here are three more amazingly popular comic book characters appearing in films and mainstream media to fill your Sunday afternoon with leisurely reading. Hit the Jump for Part II of this ongoing series.
Vertigo and DC Comics hired a team of comic creators to adapt the original draft of Quentin Tarantino's award-winning screenplay for Django Unchained, but as a comic book, is it any good? Find out my take on the adaptation after the jump!
Greg Pak (Action Comics) and Brett Booth's (Teen Titans) Batman/Superman #5 will not only be," printed in a special horizontal storytelling format", but will also feature the debut of an all-new Toymaster! Hit the jump for a first look at the issue.
The fourth installment of DC Comics' new web series, DC All Access features Dan DiDio, Teen Titans Go!, a Man of Steel blu-ray giveaway and more. Plus, news on David Ramsey's Arrow character Diggle, making the jump from television to the New 52.
Now that Carol Danvers goes by Captain Marvel, I guess we needed a new "Ms." on the block, and that's exactly what we're getting in Kamala Khan -- a teenager from New Jersey who also happens to be Muslim. Click on for the teaser pics and some more details.
Reiterating whether the studio aims for trilogies, Marvel's honcho talks about balancing story lines for new and existing characters in Phase two as well as Phase Three. Check it out after the jump!
We know that Marvel don't have the movie rights to the X-Men, but could they be rebooting the comic incarnations of The Inhumans to fill their role in the movie universe? The latest "Be Vigilant" Inhumanity teaser may well suggest so..
While Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman has very much focused on the battle between the Caped Crusader and the Red Hood, John Layman and Jason Fabok's Detective Comics #24 gives us an even better idea as to what exactly Detective Jim Gordon was up to during the events of "Zero Year"!
We knew about Gambit, Polaris and Quicksilver (plus many guessed correctly that Doug and Warlock were also on board) but now thanks to a scanned page from a Marvel Previews Catalogue, we have the name of the final member of Peter David and Carmine Di Giandomenico's new X-Factor team.
Swamp-Thing has completed his latest evolution, but will it be enough to take down Seeder once and for all? The solicitation promises a twist ending which will change everything, so hit the jump for a first look at Charles Soule and Jesus Saiz's Swamp-Thing #25!
Matt Kindt (Justice League of America) and Marco Rudy's (Swamp-Thing) Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #2 continues this Wednesday, and you can get a first look at the issue right here! And yes, this limited series features Peter Parker rather than the "Superior" Spidey...
Designed by renowned comic book artist Ariel Olivetti, Sideshow Collectibles proudly introduces the Apocalypse Premium Format(TM) Figure from their acclaimed Marvel collection. Take a look at some snaps and get all the details you need after the jump.
In the extra-sized Green Arrow #25, Oliver Queen finally returns from the island only to be plunged straight into the events of Batman's "Zero Year" in Gotham City! How will the vigilante cope with Killer Moth? Hit the jump for a first look at the latest issue of the critically acclaimed series!
In a flashback to 1969, we get to see both the original Nick Fury and The Winter Soldier in action! Hit the jump for a first look at Rick Remender (Uncanny Avengers) and Nic Klein's (The Winter Soldier) Captain America #13.