Exploring the Amazon: Five Uniquely Different Wonder Woman Comics
“August 31st is just the beginning” – Eddie Berganza: How FLASHPOINT #5 leads into DC Comics-The New 52
On August 31st, the fifth and final installment of Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert’s bestselling series, FLASHPOINT, hits stores. That day will also see the launch of DC Comics-The New 52, with the release of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s JUSTICE LEAGUE #1.
Introducing Lois Lane’s New Boyfriend, Jonathan Carroll
This week, everyone’s been talking about the new take on Clark Kent and Lois Lane’s relationship in DC Comics-The New 52 this fall.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products Awards The LEGO Group License
Bizarros in Love
When a mysterious girl arrives from another planet, the Titans discover the odd and wonderful Bizarro World. What is it? A square planet with Bizarro versions of everyone on our planet, of course. And what’s more, the Bizarro version of Superboy and the Bizarro version of Supergirl are in love. Or at least they will be after Beast Boy gives Bizarro Superboy his dating advice.
DC Entertainment - SDCC Day One Preview
We're less than a day away from the launch of San Diego Comic-Con and everything is coming together nicely. Over the last couple weeks we've been telling you all about the exciting plans we have both at the DC Entertainment booth on the show floor as well as the fantastic panels that have been lined up.
DC Entertainment’s Road to SDCC: San Diego Comic-Con Signings Schedule
San Diego Comic-Con officially kicks off today with its convention preview night. Over the course of the next few days, numerous DC Entertainment creative teams will be holding signings at the DC Entertainment booth. Come by to say hello and get your favorite writers’ and artists’ signatures on your books and DC Entertainment memorabilia. Check out the signings schedule below:
DC Entertainment’s Road To SDCC: Drawing Demonstrations Schedule
Throughout the course of San Diego Comic-Con, be sure to stop by the DC Entertainment booth to see some of your favorite artists doing drawing demonstrations on stage.
“Each decade, these characters represent our own best idea of what we'd like to be.” – Grant Morrison
As part of their extensive coverage of San Diego Comic-Con this week, USA TODAY has posted an article about the evolution of super-heroes. Specifically, how the evolution of super-heroes at this year’s convention are reflections of the times and society we currently live in.
“Who would want to stop this story enough to kill?”
A reporter working on a story about Batman’s true identity has been murdered. In addition to his own moral struggle over whether or not he is responsible, Batman must hunt the killer down and figure out why he’s so desperate to stop the story’s publication. Meanwhile, Clark Kent is assigned to finish the piece. But will Superman really reveal who Batman is to the world?