Love and Robins: The History of Tim Drake and Stephanie Brown
TUESDAY ROUNDUP: March 20th
Steve Trevor gets reacquainted with the Justice League, Batman readies himself for the next round and Wonder Woman goes to…ahem, Hades in this week’s new batch of comics from DC. While we can’t make Wednesday get here any sooner (and if we could, wouldn’t you rather we skip all the way ahead to Friday?), we can make the wait a little more bearable by rounding up this week’s previews.
Exclusive Preview of DC UNIVERSE ONLINE LEGENDS #26
Tomorrow, all bets will be off in the climactic conclusion to DC UNIVERSE ONLINE LEGENDS. In this final battle of epic proportions, Superman, Batman and Lex Luthor will have to work together to fight Braniac, avenge their loved ones and save Earth.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY’s first look at JUSTICE LEAGUE #7
This week, JUSTICE LEAGUE kicks off a brand new story arc in issue #7 of the bestselling series.
WonderCon 2012 - Day Two
CON AWAY FROM CON DAY TWO: What a Saturday! Jam-packed with excitement, information and surprises, the second day of WonderCon had something for everyone as we attended panels, asked creators what their midnight snack of choice was and continue talking to the wonderful, passionate fans that we have.
BATMAN #6, BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT #5 and SUICIDE SQUAD #7 Go Back to Press
BATMAN #6 has sold out and will be going back to press for its second printing.
Exclusive Preview of TINY TITANS #50
For 49 issues, you’ve been captivated by the charm, unique style and humor in TINY TITANS.
WonderCon 2012 - DC Comics: All Access "Special Edition"
CON AWAY FROM CON: The afternoon’s discussions turned from the superheroes of the DC Universe to the big publishing event of 2012: Before Watchmen.
WonderCon 2012 - DC Comics: The New 52
CON AWAY FROM CON: The DC Comics-The New 52 panel, a monumental convening of both talent and fans, covered a lot of territory as moderator John Cunningham (VP, Marketing) talked the panelists and audience through the "Second Wave" of titles coming in May, what's continuing and what readers can expect in some of their favorite titles.