Guess what, fans and friends? It’s time another amazing giveaway! We’re continuing our celebration of one million Twitter followers, this time with the help of our friends from DC Collectibles. They’ve assembled an amazing prize pack that has a little something for everyone, including this beautiful Joker and Harley Quinn statue that’s not yet available in stores.
Each week, DC Comics will be releasing a free—that's right, FREE—digital comic book issue featuring a sample chapter from one of our 25 Essential Graphic Novels as well as sample pages from the 2014 Essentials catalog. This week: Wonder Woman #1!
For DC Comics fans, Sunday was a big day for small screen news as The CW made some exciting announcements at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour. But if you were distracted by football and the Golden Globes and missed all the news, never fear. We’re here to bring you up to speed. Here are last weekend’s three big “gets.”
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read EARTH 2: WORLD’S END #14 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
For the newly united Justice League, the biggest threat comes not from within our world, but deep beneath the waves. In Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, an Atlantean warmonger declares the surface world his enemy, raising an undersea army with one purpose—to wipe out humankind.
Yesterday, we announced a week of giveaways in honor of reaching one million followers on Twitter. We told you the prizes would be must-haves for any DC Comics fan. Well, today we kick things off right with a copy of ABSOLUTE BATMAN, INCORPORATED.
Over the holiday season, DC Comics passed the one million follower mark on Twitter. That's quite a milestone for us, so we're throwing a week-long party to celebrate... and we'll be giving away a few awesome gifts.
Welcome back for another installment of Preview Monday!
For a certain generation of fans, actress Lynda Carter is Wonder Woman. Nearly four decades have passed since her show hit the air, but much like the Adam West Batman TV series before it, the classic Wonder Woman is back—as a brand new, digital first comic series.
Wow, is it really already 2015? What happened to 2014? I swear, the whole year seemed to pass in a flash.