In addition to the monthly comics and graphic novels the DCU publishes on a regular basis, there's a ton of material out there featuring varied and entertaining interpretations of our characters. We thought it'd be neat to take a moment and spotlight a few.
The Mistress of Magic steps into her own ongoing series from writer Paul Dini and artist Stephane Roux, and none too soon.
It's Batman, Robin and Abuse struggling against the deadly clutches of Mr. Zsasz. With the lives of kidnapped children at stake, it's up to Gotham City's finest heroes to save the day, with a little help from writer Paul Dini and artist Dustin Nguyen.
BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #10 hits today.
We’ve shown only covers so far from the upcoming BIRDS OF PREY series, coming your way in May from writer Gail Simone and artist Ed Benes. It’s high time to remedy that. Click below for a few black and white pages from the first issue.
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In the aftermath of BLACKEST NIGHT and THE FLASH: REBIRTH comes the beginning of a new era for Barry Allen and the deadly Rogues. As Barry readjusts to life again, strange happenings explode across Central City that will lead to one of the most bizarre murder mysteries Barry will ever face in the upcoming THE FLASH #1.
As Batman springs his trap for the shape-shifting Durlan terrorist stranded on Earth, Superman and NRG-X battle out Round Two in the Fortress of Solitude, thanks to the team of writer Joey Casey and artist Ardian Syaf.
SUPERMAN/BATMAN #70 hits today.
Starting with the first issue of the new SPIRIT ongoing series, each issue will feature a SPIRIT: BLACK AND WHITE co-feature from the top talents around the industry. And what better way to kick things off than by having living legend Dennis O’Neil pair with artist Bill Sienkiewicz for a tale of Will Eisner’s creation?
Writer Bill Willingham and artist Jesus Marino up the ante as the war takes a turn for the worse for the JSA , with their foes firing up the super-power negating “Darkness Engine.” And what’s powering the thing? And why does it look so familiar to the heroes?
JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #37 hits 3/24.