The Justice League is known for many things: uniting the World's Greatest Super Heroes under the banner of battling evil and upholding truth and justice; multiple incarnations throughout the various years featuring heroes from all across the DC Universe; even amazing animated programs and original animated films worthy of re-watch after re-watch even though you can quote every line by heart.
Welcome to Wednesday, DC fans and collectors! We’re celebrating the Justice League this week on DCComics.com, and all of us here at DC Collectibles wanted in on the action.
That’s right, action. As in action figures.
We'll keep it simple. You have no idea how big this little piece of art is...
DC All Access, the weekly webseries that takes you deep into the world of DC Entertainment, returns with brand new episodes next week. While we await the show’s return, we thought it would be fun to look back at some top DC All Access moments from 2013. Join us each day as we highlight some of DC All Access’s best moments—as chosen by you, the fans!
So did you miss us? We sure hope so because DC All Access is back with our first new episode of 2014. And what an episode it is! Dan DiDio joins Geoff Johns to make a major announcement—legendary artist John Romita, Jr. will be teaming up with Johns on Superman!
DC All Access returns tomorrow with an all-new episode hosted by the always enthusiastic Tiffany Smith and Blair Herter. We caught up with our two co-hosts while they were shooting this week’s episode and sat them down for a little conversation on all things All Access. Here’s what went down…
The Justice League takes to the screen tomorrow in Justice League: War, the latest film in the ongoing series of DC Universe Original Animated Movies. So we thought this was the perfect week to celebrate not just their latest animated adventure, but also the Justice League as a whole.
For months, fans the world over have been speculating who might be cast as the villainous Lex Luthor in the upcoming Superman/Batman film from Zack Snyder. Today, they found out, along with who will be playing the equally important role of Alfred Pennyworth, Bruce Wayne’s loyal butler.