Shado teaching Oliver how to aim. Slade Wilson mentioning he likes swords. The vigilante telling Moira Queen that she’s failed the city. Huntress raising a crossbow for the first time. The final fight between the vigilante and Dark Archer.
SPOILER ALERT: The following contains plot points from Saturday’s Batman Beyond 2.0 #3. Read at your own risk!
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HEY THERE, CORPORATE SHEEP! STAN LABOWSKI HERE. MAYBE YOU KNOW ME BETTER BY THE NAME THAT THE CORRUPT MEDIA LIKES TO CALL ME— “MAD STAN!”
What's "Clark Kenting"? It's the act of taking your glasses off in the most dramatic way possible, and for the next few days, it can win you a copy of the Man of Steel Soundtrack Deluxe Edition.
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.
This summer, Superman returns to the big screen. But before that, he’s heading to Hot Topic.
Hot Topic will be the exclusive home of the new Man of Steel teaser tee—the first official Man of Steel shirt to hit the market. Featuring the film’s modern take on Superman’s iconic glyph, you can find the new shirt in Hot Topic stores or online at the Hot Topic website on March 25th.
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.
This month, the Emerald Archer entered a new era with GREEN ARROW #17, which marked the debut of the acclaimed new creative team of Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino. If you’ve read it, you know it brought both a change in tone to the series as well as the start of a gritty, street-level Green Arrow story that promises to reveal much about Oliver Queen’s past.