If you’re already familiar with our Con Away From Con convention coverage, you know that our exclusive videos featuring DC Comics talent and fans are always a big part of it. Some of these are official announcements—such as Neil Gaiman’s announcement last year that he’d be returning to the world of Sandman for a brand new miniseries. However, many more of these are exclusive “5.2 Question” interviews, “DC University” videos or Con Away From Con moments that you won’t see anywhere else.
San Diego Comic-Con kicks off this week, and from the opening of the Preview Night showroom on Wednesday to the final announcement on Sunday evening, DCComics.com will be helping you stay on top of all the exciting DC Comics news through our Con Away From Con coverage. However, this year we’re giving you more opportunities to participate from home than ever before. Provided you’re on Twitter, that is.
Welcome to DC Entertainment's official San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Con Away From Con page! Throughout Comic-Con, this page will be your home for breaking news from DC Comics and Vertigo, exclusive videos, panel coverage and more.
The conclusion of E3 was almost as exciting as its beginning for fans of DC video games. Awards were won, Scribblenauts Unmasked's Maxwell continued to steal the show and DC Universe Online made an exciting new announcement. Here's a look at the show's final two days...
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…
This year, DC Comics fans can look forward to an unprecedented number of new videogames starring their favorite heroes and villains. From the dark, story-driven action of Batman: Arkham Origins to the team-based online combat of Infinite Crisis to the all-ages puzzle-solving of Scribblenauts Unmasked – A DC Comics Adventure, there’s a DC Comics game for all gamers, and every one of them will be on display at this week’s E3.
The Night of the Owls may be over, but if anything, things are only getting darker for Gotham's guardians. Unfolding in the pages of nearly every Bat-title, "Death of the Family" promises to have Batman fans talking for months...at least when they're not turning pages nervously, perched on the edge of their seat. The Joker has returned, and tragedy may once again be in store for Bruce Wayne and his friends and allies. But when will it strike, and to whom? The only thing we know for certain is that Gotham will never be the same.
As Co-Publishers of DC Entertainment, Jim Lee and Dan DiDio are the driving force behind the great comics and graphic novels coming out of DC today. In this always popular panel, the two leaders invite fans to share their questions, concerns and comments with them regarding DC Comics and the great characters we all know and love. If there are questions in the audience about DC COMICS - THE NEW 52, Before Watchmen, DC Digital, original graphic novels like Batman: Earth One or anything else, they're about to get answers.
What does it take for some of the biggest heroes in all of comics to come together? Apparently, it takes a Justice League panel.
Has it really been ten years since we were first introduced to Snow White, Bigby Wolf, Rose Red and all the residents of Fabletown? It has indeed, and what a journey it's been. Through more than 120 issues, numerous graphic novels, multiple Eisner Awards and a highly-acclaimed spin-off or two, the cast of Bill Willingham's beloved fantasy series have come to feel like good friends. Fortunately, while the years have brought changes to Fables, the one thing this comic book series hasn't done is slowed down.