Exploring the Amazon: Five Uniquely Different Wonder Woman Comics
“So this is what dying is like …”
Traci 13 has teleported all over the world trying to recruit help to stop her father from launching a satellite targeted to kill 118 million people.
Introducing The Horsewoman
[gallery link="file" order="DESC"] (Character designs by Gary Frank; DEMON KNIGHTS #1 interior art by Diogenes Neves and Oclair Albert)
Superboy vs. Superman
Last we saw the Young Justice team, they were making s’mores and telling stories over a campfire. In issue #6, the bonding and sharing continues as the gang reveals their origins to one another. Hear Dick Grayson tell the story of how he turned into Robin. See how M’Gann made her way from Mars to Earth.
Dan Jurgens on George Perez inking GREEN ARROW
[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"] This fall, a new era begins for Oliver Queen. We caught up with GREEN ARROW penciller Dan Jurgens about working on the series’ art with industry legend George Perez.
Wonder Woman watercolor by Jill Thompson As Seen at SDCC
The talented writer/artist Jill Thompson (Deliruim's Party: A Little Endless Story Book, Sandman) took to the stage in the DC Entertainment Booth on the last day of the San Diego Comic-Convention and awed the crowd with her rendition of Wonder Woman.
Love Is A Battlefield
The War of the Green Lanterns may have ended, but its bitter consequences linger throughout the universe. The relationship between Kyle Rayner and his girlfriend Soranik Natu has yet to recover since Krona enslaved the Corps and Kyle was spared from his manipulative mind-control.
The Beast That Ate A Thousand Power Rings
The events of “War of the Green Lanterns” has had more consequences than the Green Lantern Corps ever fathomed. As a result of the conflict, an ancient evil in the farthest reaches of the universe has broken free, consuming countless Green Lanterns in its wake, feeding on the vast energy of their power rings.