We’ve been promoting Infinite Crisis for a while here on DCComics.com. But now that this exciting new DC Comics-inspired online game has entered open beta, we thought it made sense to take a step back for the sake of fans who may be new to this type of game.
DC All Access is back with another all-new episode. This week we’re hitting the mean streets of Starling City for an on-set interview with David Ramsey and other members of the cast.
Like many of you, we were eager to find out more about the upcoming Infinite Crisis comic, so we braved the untamed wilds of the Multiverse, crossing the darkened alleys of Gaslight Gotham, dodging attacks from Atomic Poison Ivy, reprogramming drones to protect us as we made our way through enemy territory…until we realized that we could just email Dan Abnett, the writer of the comic. So that’s exactly what we did.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN #6 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
When Forever Evil #6 finally revealed the identity of the hooded prisoner first seen and teased at during the finale of "Trinity War," we felt vindicated—but also completely and utterly shocked and surprised.
A fresh and feisty new episode of DC All Access debuted today with a visit to the awesome Arrow set, some Harley Quinn and Aquaman and the Others news, and a Cliff Chiang art lesson that left us with a cool cover illustration to give away. Here's how you can win it.
Infinite Crisis, from the creative powerhouse of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Turbine, is DC Entertainment’s newest online game. On Friday, the game entered open beta, meaning there's nothing stopping you from signing and playing for free right now. But you make sure to spend some time on DCComics.com this week as well, since we're going to be posting some pretty cool Infinite Crisis interviews and blog articles between now and Friday.
Now that’s how you rock a trench.
With production underway on Constantine, NBC’s new pilot from executive producers Daniel Cerone & David S. Goyer and director Neil Marshall, NBC, Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment have released the first image of series star Matt Ryan in character as John Constantine.