It’s Batman’s 75 Anniversary, and between his upcoming adventures on the big screen (in the now filming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), small screen (as a young boy in this fall’s Gotham), video game consoles (in Batman: Arkham Knight and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham), animation (Batman: Assault on Arkham) and multiple ongoing comic books (including his very first weekly, Batman Eternal), it’s going to be a big couple of years for the Dark Knight. But that’s okay, he’s used to it.
Comic-Con may officially take place in San Diego, California, but with giveaways, star appearances, two spectacular experiences and one blockbuster Hall H panel, the city on everyone’s mind will be Gotham.
San Diego Comic-Con always brings its fair share of surprises, but if there’s one thing that we know for certain, it’s that people are going to be talking about it all weekend. Here's how to make sure your DC Comics tweets get noticed.
Over twenty hot artists from DC Comics, the tattoo art scene, the graffiti world, and the edge of cool have all been given the ultimate blank slate—a white latex reproduction of Batman’s famous cowl and cape. Each will bring his or her own unique sensibility to decorate this piece however they see fit in Cape/Cowl/Create, a remarkable art exhibit coming to San Diego Comic-Con.
Cat Staggs is one of the coolest artists around right now, known to DC readers for her work on special editions of Smallville, The Vampire Diaries, as well as Phantom Lady. Now she brings her unique style to an American icon in the digital-first Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #1.
If you've never been to San Diego Comic-Con before, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Between the panels, signings and giveaways, there's A LOT going on. So what's the secret to SDCC success? We look to a comic convention veteran for answers--DC All Access co-host Tiffany Smith!