If you’ve visited DCComics.com this week, you’ve likely seen a few posts about how much we appreciate our fans. But today, there's one specific group of fans we’d like to talk to: parents. So, everyone else can get the heck out! Nah, we’re kidding. You can stay. After all, you might one day start a family of your own.
On Monday, we announced that the DC Comics Facebook page now has over a million likes. That’s a huge milestone, and we’re appreciative of each and every one of you who helped us cross it. Your support of DC comic books, films, TV shows, video games, collectibles and more has been both humbling and invigorating.
Earlier this week, we mentioned that Superman had gathered over 4 million likes on his official Facebook page. That’s an astonishing milestone, and we know that it could only have been possible with the support and love for the character fostered by all of you—the awesome Superman fans who have kept our favorite Kryptonian flying high for 75 years.
People are still talking about the aftermath of last week’s BATMAN, INCORPORATED #8, and we can certainly understand why. But if you were expecting an emotional breather after that shocking turn of events, think again. Last month marked the conclusion of the crossover storyline, “Rotworld,” but that doesn’t mean the story’s over.
Late last month, as a part of Green Arrow Week, we offered you a chance to win a copy of GREEN ARROW #17 with an original sketch cover by Jeff Lemire. To enter, all you needed to do was submit a photo of yourself (or a friend or family member) recreating the original cover of the comic.
A year ago, we launched new websites for DC Comics, Vertigo and MAD Magazine. Since then, you’ve been sharing your thoughts and opinions with us by leaving comments on the three sites, reaching out to us through our contact form, speaking to us at conventions, sending us smoke signals and carrier pigeons… Pretty much any way possible.
Mystery Inc. hits the slopes in pursuit of a ghost haunting a ski resort! But when a collision leaves the entire gang wearing casts, the suddenly immobile Mystery Inc. is forced to get creative in order to solve the case!
General Zod has escaped from the Phantom Zone … to open up a hot dog stand? Can Superman save Metropolis from the fiery footsteps of fifty-foot frankfurters?! Maybe—with the help of two very special Kryptonians! Plus, you’ll never guess who’s back and more evil than ever!