Vertigo for the DC Fan: Mark Sexton Introduces the Mad Max: Fury Road...
DC Comics Designer Series: From Page to Product
The DC Comics Designer Series is one of our more exciting, original lines of DC Collectibles. But it’s not without its challenges...
Exclusive Preview: Wonder Woman '77 Chapter 5
When waking up with no memory, except for her identity, what is Wonder Woman to do when even that is stolen? No one remembers Diana Prince, including her very own family. But Wonder Woman is about to learn the shocking secret behind this collective memory loss. Read "Who Is Wonder Woman? part 2 of 3: 'My Own Worsty Enemy'" to find out!
Convergence Confidential: Nightwing/Oracle
Both Nightwing and Oracle have risen from personal tragedies. Yet, with so much change in their lives, there has been one constant—each other.
Convergence Confidential: Batman and Robin
Like father, like son? Damian Wayne was raised to be a killer, but under the guidance of his father, has learned to walk a more heroic path. For the most part.
Convergence Confidential: Batgirl
From villain's daughter to vigilante, Stephanie Brown earned her way into the iconic role of Batgirl.
Midnight Reading: An Interview with Steve Orlando
You never know what's in store when the dark-clad vigilante known as Midnighter makes an appearance. So what can we expect when he gets his own series this fall? We spoke with the man who knows—series writer Steve Orlando!
Convergence Confidential: The Question
Renee Montoya had hit rock bottom before a chance encounter turned her life around. Now she puts her best face forward as the Question. Figuratively speaking.
The Roundup: Convergence Kicks Off
It's another big week for DC Comics and Vertigo fans, and we have previews of all our must-read comics, from the first full week of Convergence, to the latest Coffin Hill, to the hard-hitting action of Mortal Kombat X!
Convergence Confidential: The Titans
It's a hard life for a hero, and few epitomize that better than Roy Harper. Harper's quest for justice has cost him his love, his arm and most tragic of all, his child.