It may be going up a bit later than usual, but if you think we’d let this week pass without another patented (as soon as we remember to call the patent office) DC Week-In-Review, you’ve clearly been hanging out with B’dg because that is NUTS!
No, it’s been an unbelievable week for DC Comics fans, and if you don’t know why… Well, then you’re probably in the right place.
There's a new intergalactic villain in town: Relic. As a new era begins for Green Lantern, a new evil rises to face him. Check out the design by new GREEN LANTERN artist Billy Tan.
Something evil lurks under Gotham City and it wears the Joker's face.
The most important word in The New 52 is "New." We're always striving to keep things exciting, different and surprising - sometimes up to the last possible moment.
I'll get to that in a second.
Did we scare you? Shocks, surprises, twists and turns have been staples in comic book storytelling—nay, all forms of storytelling—since, well, forever. Nothing beats turning the page and gasping at a plot twist or revelation you didn’t see coming.
Fans who have been following the Injustice: Gods Among Us comic book digitally or in print discovered something on Tuesday when they began playing the video game—the story mode ties immediately and directly in with the comic.
No, you haven’t woken up in an alternate reality, the newest entry in the popular series of DC Universe Original Animated Movies is based on Flashpoint, the popular, continuity-shattering graphic novel by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert.
Not all of the hits in Injustice: Gods Among Us are the two-fisted kind. Available now digitally and on CD on April 23rd, Injustice: Gods Among Us – The Album features eleven tracks inspired by the new DC Comics video game.