When working in a business setting—even when that business entails publishing comic books featuring the World’s Greatest Super Heroes—one must usually hold to certain level of professionalism. We try not to geek out too much (we said try) even though sometimes we simply can’t help ourselves. That all said:
Psi War is coming. But the pieces building this puzzle have remained somewhat mysterious. Until now.
Rocketed to Earth from the doomed planet of Krypton, the baby Kal-El was found and raised by Jonathan and Martha Kent in Smallville, Kansas.
It seems to be the eternal question among DC Comics fans. Do you prefer Batman or Superman?
This week in ask DC Collectibles, we’ve decided to go a bit behind the scenes with our work on the Man of Steel statues, so all of your action figure questions with have to wait until next time!
Before we get to it however, one of them (the Jor-El statue) was just seen on Late Night with Jimmy Kimmel!
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Things got off to a great start on Tuesday at E3, with long lines for Batman: Arkham Origins demos and fast and furious Infinite Crisis showdowns involving both professionals and expo attendees. Here’s a snapshot of E3’s first day…
Welcome to week nine of What's New in The New 52 – where you, the fans, get a sneak peek at the stuff that crosses our desks. This little feature is a way to keep you all in the loop about what's new, different and exciting in The New 52 – whether it's a character design, cover, splash page or panel.
A super hero known for his strength and power of flight deserves a strong, soaring soundtrack, and if you’ve heard the snippets of Hans Zimmer’s score for Man of Steel in the recent trailers, you know that he’s delivered a suite of music that has every chance of proving to be as iconic as the Man of Steel himself.
So…notice anything different on the DC Comics website today?