Lighting the Way: Green Lantern Alan Scott
Warner Bros., DC Entertainment and Cartoon Network Harness Power of Assets to Form DC NATION
Debuting in 2012 as a multi-platform franchise, DC Nation will be the exclusive home for original DC animation properties. Backed by the production, publishing and marketing resources of Warner Bros., DC Entertainment and Cartoon Network, DC Nation will be an on-air and online programming block populated with event programming, interstitials, exclusive behind-the-sce
This Just Happened: Justice League: Generation Lost #22
There are times when writing about the events in a comic book that one can’t say too much for fear of spoiling the story.
Doomsday's Bloodthirsty Quest Continues
The Reign of Doomsday continues in its third installment, “Eclipso Rising, Part Two: Mayhem.” With Eclipso’s powers spreading and mightier than ever, Blue Lantern Saint Walker joins the Justice League of America to help fight off Doomsday – who proceeds to crush everything and everyone in his way of finding Cyborg Superman.
Bane's Return to Darkness
When Bane was first introduced, he was one of Batman’s most notorious villains. Remember that whole broken back thing? Exactly. Since becoming a member of the Secret Six team, however, Bane has been a man of honor seeking his righteous path. But recent events have forced him to see the ineffectuality of his journey.
The War of the Green Lanterns Begins Here
If any Green Lantern were to be officially labeled the antithesis of the Guardians of the Universe, it would be Hal Jordan.
Supergirl's Mysterious New Enemy
Supergirl has faced off against her fair share of villains – Metallo, Clayface, and oh, some guy who goes by Darkseid, to name a few. But with the introduction of a new foe in SUPERGIRL #62, an enemy that promises to unleash havoc, Kara must be prepared for what could be one of her most dangerous battles yet.
From the Editor's Desk: Pat McCallum's First Impressions
A four-foot spy holding a bomb confronts me when the elevator doors slide open. He's one half of the Spy vs. Spy duo and they each bookend a wall's worth of Mad magazine covers-a half dozen in total, each blown up ten times their original size. It's the Mad magazine lobby, and while this floor has the best vending machines, it's not my stop.
Justice Society of America Celebrates 50th Issue
At C2E2 this past weekend, DC shared a lot of exciting news, including the announcement of JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA’s landmark fiftieth issue! JSA #50 will be extra-sized with a roster full of mega-talent contributors such as George Perez, Freddie Williams, Howard Chaykin, and Tom Derenick.