Last week, we gave you 5.2 Awesome Reasons to check out DC Comics' Digital First line, but in case you needed more convincing (we know, we know: how could you possibly need more after that amazing column, amirite?) DC Comics Digital is holding a special sale.
Welcome back for another installment of Preview Monday!
Welcome to What's New in The New 52 – where you, the fans, get a sneak peek at the stuff that crosses our desks. This little feature is a way to keep you all in the loop about what's new, different and exciting in The New 52 – whether it's a character design, cover, splash page or panel.
Ah, Krypton… Maybe it was a nice place to visit, but if you’re a human, you probably wouldn’t want to live there. And you definitely don’t want it returning and destroying all things we hold dear. Unfortunately, that’s more or less what’s happening this month in the Superman family of comics.
If you caught Blair Herter’s conversation with Geoff Johns in this morning’s new episode of “DC All Access” (or if you’ve been following the entertainment news over the past few months), you know that DC Entertainment currently has five television shows in development.
There's a new age upon us: an age of technology. An age where computers and tablets and smartphones have allowed us to advance as a species further than we could ever imagine. Seriously, we can take pictures of our food and share them with the world. We can tell people EXACTLY what we're doing.
Welcome, friends, to another edition of Caption This!, our monthly contest of captions and collectibles. We’re nearing the holiday season, and soon we’ll be decking the halls, drinking the eggnog and trying to convince Santa we’ve been good this year. (No, we weren’t playing rugby with that new Batman Black & White prototype! It broke on its own, we promise!)
Another Tuesday, another awesome new episode of DC All Access! This week, DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns talks to us about the five new DC TV shows that are currently in development.
Tomorrow, we get a glimpse into Batwoman’s past with BATWOMAN #25, a special Zero Year tie-in issue that also introduces new series writer Marc Andreyko.