Suicide Squad is Now in Theaters
Who’s Who at DC Comics-The New 52: Mick Gray
Who’s Who at DC Comics-The New 52: Kyle Higgins
The Joker vs Clark Kent
SUPERMAN/BATMAN comes to a close as the Joker attempts to kill his second reporter: Clark Kent. Cautious not to reveal his true identity, Clark must defend himself without making his superhuman strength obvious. His only hope in doing this successfully? The Dark Knight.
Who’s Who at DC Comics-The New 52: W. Haden Blackman
Yesterday on THE SOURCE, you got a backstage pass into the insights and personal stories of some of the writers and artists working on the JUSTICE LEAGUE family in DC Comics-The New 52. Today, beginning with BATWOMAN’s W. Haden Blackman, get to know some of the writers and artists working on the BATMAN group books.
The Evolution of The Dark Knight
In the final issue of the current run of BATMAN, The Dark Knight’s past is illuminated. Featuring appearances by a wide array of classic characters including Robin, Catwoman, Batgirl, Nightwing, The Riddler, Jim Gordon and Superman, BATMAN #713 traces the evolution of The Dark Knight and Bat-family.
Who’s Who at DC Comics-The New 52: JH Williams III
Greg Capullo plus Sinestro = GREEN LANTERN #1's variant cover
Artist Greg Capullo is teaming with Scott Snyder for a highly anticipated run on BATMAN as part of DC COMICS--THE NEW 52.
New Heroes, New Villains, New Alliances and New Legacies
Mysteries deepen as secrets begin pouring out. Hidden identities begin to reveal themselves. Alliances form on both sides of good and evil. And as new villains launch attacks, new heroes will emerge onto the scene. This November, nothing is off limits.
Who’s Who at DC Comics-The New 52: Dan Jurgens