We spent a good part of last week talking about Injustice: Gods Among Us here on DCComics.com. And of course, that came right on the heels of a number of awesome game trailers, a recent 5.2 Reasons column on the game and of course the massive 10-week Injustice Battle Arena.
He’s one of the most brilliant and dangerous villains in Batman’s rogue’s gallery. He’s stolen millions of dollars in cash and valuables, and has collaborated with some of the most vicious criminals in Gotham, including Catwoman, Hush and the Joker. And now, we encourage you to trust him with your most important and sensitive information and files.
His brand new MIMOBOT flash drive, that is.
On Monday, we announced that the DC Comics Facebook page now has over a million likes. That’s a huge milestone, and we’re appreciative of each and every one of you who helped us cross it. Your support of DC comic books, films, TV shows, video games, collectibles and more has been both humbling and invigorating.
Late last month, as a part of Green Arrow Week, we offered you a chance to win a copy of GREEN ARROW #17 with an original sketch cover by Jeff Lemire. To enter, all you needed to do was submit a photo of yourself (or a friend or family member) recreating the original cover of the comic.
Earlier this week, we mentioned that Superman had gathered over 4 million likes on his official Facebook page. That’s an astonishing milestone, and we know that it could only have been possible with the support and love for the character fostered by all of you—the awesome Superman fans who have kept our favorite Kryptonian flying high for 75 years.
Superman has defeated villains like Lex Luthor and Brainiac, survived his home planet’s destruction and kept ours safe from harm for over eighty years. Batman has defeated armies of undead assassins, kept some of the most destructive criminals in check and fought otherworldly threats alongside the Justice League—and he does all this without super powers.
And yet, neither of them could have achieved their most recent accomplishments on their own. They needed each and every one of you.